Kaia Sand, Dana Hynes, Donna Prinzmetal, Judith Pulman, Dan Raphael, & Rob Freedman Readings in various genres by instructors in the Multnomah Arts Center Literary Arts Program
Poetry on the Piazza -- Judith Pulman, host Director Park SW Park & Taylor ***
Tuesday, July 24, 7:00 pm
Kyle Schlesinger, Robbie Dewhurst, Cindy St. John Three visiting poets, hosted by one of Portland's newest specialist booksellers Division Leap -- Gallery, Rare Bookstore, and Publisher
425 SE 3rd #303 (Oak Street Bldg.)
Wednesday, July 25, 7:30 pm
Rodney Koeneke, Eileen Joy, David Hadbawnik, Dan Remein, Jen Coleman, & Mark Owens Wordsmirch, hosted by Chris Piuma, with visiting writers (in town for the New Chaucer Society conference) and local favorites Mother Foucault's Bookshop
523 SE Morrison
Thursday, July 26, 7:30 pm
Cindy St. John, Lindsay Allison Ruoff, & music by Chanticleer Tru
Escritorio Publico / Plaza of Public Writings Based on the Plaza de Santo Domingo in Mexico City, the public will be invited to work with the plaza’s scribes to turn a plea, pledge, rant, declaration, seduction, or curse into a letter, lyric, poem, song, prose, or other creative work; also instant bookmaking and performances
Poetry on the Piazza -- Rodney Koeneke and Jen Coleman, hosts Director Park
Peaches and Bats #10is a hand-sewn zine with a letterpress cover, 64-pg. laserprintered interior and foldout color poster insert. It costs $5. You can order it by Paypal here or arrange to trade for your chapbook or magazine by sending an email to peachesandbats AT gmail DOT com.
Peaches and Bats #9 is also available in Olympia, Washington at Orca Books; in Portland at Division Leap Books, Powell's City of Books, and Reading Frenzy; and through Ms. Valerie Park Distro.