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Jewish Voices, Readings by Oregon Jewish writers and poets

Started in 1999, and organized by writer Willa Schneberg, this annual event features readings by prominent Oregon Jewish poets and writers. The writers in the 2020 program, who span a range of genres including fiction, poetry, non-fiction, and essays, will share selections from their work in a virtual reading on Zoom.  October 27, 6:30pm, Jewish …

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Eleanor Berry seeks poems for Salem Art Center windows UPDATED

Dear poets, Earlier this year, the Mid-Valley Poetry Society proposed to the Salem Art Association that poems be displayed on trees in the Oregon oak grove in Bush’s Pasture Park. That idea proved unworkable, but SAA;s Community Arts Education Director, Kathy Dinges, has instead asked the MVPS for poems by Oregon poets to be put …

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Oregon Poet Wins Award – Is set to Judge International Contest

Oregon Poet Adam Levon Brown has won the 2019 Blue Nib Chapbook Award. Out of nearly 450 entries, his chapbook, “Incidents” placed first. As well as the award, Brown was allotted 500 Euros as his prize. In the same week, Brown was named the judge of the 2019 Into the Void Magazine Poetry Prize Contest. …

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Don Colburn wins national contest for chapbook due out in March

Main Street Rag Publishing Company will publish my book “Mortality with Pronoun Shifts,” which won the 2018 Cathy Smith Bowers Poetry Chapbook Prize. Cathy Smith Bowers, former Poet Laureate of North Carolina, was the final judge. “I loved this book from the get-go,” she said of the winning manuscript. “The title itself is a brilliant …

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