Month: June 2018

Open Call to Oregon Poets

OREGON POETS PLEASE NOTE: Although the deadline below is past, the editors are taking submissions by invitation from Oregon poets. Please be sure to include “Oregon Poet” in the subject line. Contact Rayn Roberts, [email protected] or download flier below.   [gview file=”https://oregonpoets.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/Lands-Ed-flier.pdf”]

2018 Spring Contest Winner: 1st Place, Theme–Borders and Boundaries

Cross-Country Bus by Charlotte Abernathy   Miles beyond midnight, beyond another state line, past service station signs glaring from high pylons, beyond remnants of a weary town, one last overhead reading light clicks off. In the dark, drowsy voices merge with the droning motor, the roaring tires. Cold window glass rumbles hard against my forehead …

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2018 Spring Contest Winner: 2nd Place, Theme–Borders and Boundaries

Muggins Discovers His New Boundaries by Dave Harvey   Full of years when we moved here, he took to the back yard like an old soldier, patrolled his post, lolled in the summer sun (working on his kitty-tan).   Then a foreign cat came in, and Muggins, deep-dyed chauvinist about foreign cats, launched a silent …

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