Local Pacific NW Area Links
ArtsWA – WA129
To learn more about the new Humanities Washington poetry anthology, “WA 129,” click on this link. The anthology is a project developed by State Poet Laureate Tod Marshall and features poems by 129 state poets. That’s one poet for each year that Washington has been a state.
American Life in Poetry provides newspapers and online publications with a free weekly column featuring contemporary American poems.
A Poem Emporium – (206) 633-0811
2414 North 45th Street
Seattle, Washington 98103
Tuesday – Saturday 11-6, Sunday 12-4
A directory of poets and poetry in the Pacific Northwest.
Take a bullet. Make a song. ~ Jim Bodeen
Bridging global and local issues through the arts — publishing collaborations between artists and communities since 2006.
Meet your next favorite book.
An annual week-end long poetry prowl, held each spring in historic downtown Ellensburg, featuring guest readers, craft talks, open mics, and a book fair. We cordially invite you to immerse yourself in metaphor.
with Garrison Keillor (Prairie Home Productions, LLC)
A collective of poets and poetry-lovers in the shrub-steppe of Central Washington.
Yakima area Links
The Seasons Performance Hall has been in continuous use as a performance and arts facility since the fall of 2005.
Inklings Bookshopis a community bookstore offering a variety of subjects: fiction, children’s board books, picture books and early readers, young adult, travel, science, art and more.
Special & Seasonal Links
This special link highlights the Academy of American poets newsletter (from poets.org)and several poets thoughts.
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