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Six Steps to Submission

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Sherry Wellborn

April 13, 2020

Now is a great time to pull out your recent poems or prose and submit them for publishing.

Stay Homa Trio

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Sherry Wellborn

April 2, 2020

These Barcelona roommates are making music about our "confination."

Ugandan Musician-Turned-Politician Bobi Wine Releases Coronavirus PSA Song

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Sherry Wellborn

March 28, 2020

CANCELLED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS Hank Alley Offers Lecture at the Baker Center

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Sherry Wellborn

March 7, 2020

Hank Alley will give a lecture, "D.H. Lawrence's The Rainbow:  The Evolution and Censorship of a Novel of Marriage" at the Baker Center

Karen Locke Memorial at Tsunami Books

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Erica Goss

January 23, 2020

Friends and family of Karen Locke (1945-2018) gathered at Eugene’s Tsunami Books on Sunday, January 12. A stellar line-up of local poets, including Laura LeHew, Jenny Root, Quinton Hallett, Ingrid Wendt,

Eugene Weekly's Winter Reading Issue

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Jenny Root

December 17, 2019

The Winter Reading issue of the Eugene Weekly is out

Daryll Lynne Evans of Wordcrafters

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Joan Dobbie

October 26, 2019

Originally from Colorado, with a Perdue MFA in Fiction, Daryll Lynne described her own writing in this way, "In school I worked with a theater company and wrote a few plays

Scott Landfield of Tsunami Books

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Joan Dobbie

October 1, 2019

Link to audio:  https://youtu.be/KET8chWxG8Y

 

Scott L.: My Dad was the editor in chief of the local newspaper, and three times a week he would do a radio show on a local radio station interviewing people, talking about what was going on in our small city. He had a great voice

Coming Soon From Uttered Chaos Press: Joan Dobbie's New Poetry Collection

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Erica Goss

May 30, 2019

On a cold, wet January evening in 2018, Eugene poet Joan Dobbie read from her manuscript, “Stone Poems,” at Poetry for the People. Poem after poem filled the room with the story of a love affair in which two people try their best but can’t seem to avoid hurting each other, as in these lines from “Two Stones or One Stone:”

 

Both stones were brittle and hard.

Bouncing, they struck one another.

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