Month: March 2020

In These Voices by Sherri Levine, Reviewed by Paul Telles

In These Voices by Sherri Levine The Poetry Box (August 29, 2018), 42 pp $12 ISBN #: 978-1948461115 Available at: https://thepoetrybox.com/bookstore/in-these-voices True to its title, Sherri Levine’s In These Voices deftly explores personae ranging from a squirrel to an English teacher to ruminating lovers and parents. Throughout this collection of 22 short poems, Levine employs …

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OPA Congratulates Cascadia 2020 Winners!

Division I : K-2 All poems in this division came from 2nd graders in this class: Scouters Mountain Elementary 10811 SE 172nd Ave. Happy Valley, OR 97086 Teacher—Stephenie Rhea Abbie Johnson Azam Yusuf Corbin Kassab Elsa Witkowski Scarlet Herzog Division II: 3-5 Christian Graham, 3rd grade Keating Elementary 41964 Miles Bridge Road Baker City, OR …

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Call for Conference Session Proposals for the Fall OPA Conference Clear Vision: 2020

Saturday, October 10, 2020 Valley River Inn, Eugene, OR  Submissions accepted between May 1 and June 1, 2020 Please submit a session proposal which includes the following: – Title of workshop or presentation – Presenter name – Short bio of 75 words or less (to be used, if accepted, for the program). – Your qualifications …

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The Rhythm of It, Poetry’s Hidden Dance by Anita Sullivan, Reviewed by Katie Eberhart

The Rhythm of It, Poetry’s Hidden Dance by Anita Sullivan Shanti Arts Publishing, 2019, 118 pages, $14.95 ISBN: 978-1-951651-03-9 (softcover) Available at http://shantiarts.com Author web site: https://www.anitasullivan.org The Rhythm of It, Poetry’s Hidden Dance by Anita Sullivan is a collection of essays brimming with ideas that accompany the author’s mindful and body-movement exploration of poetry. …

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