Poets Colin Corpe & Glenna Cooke Green Lake Library Saturday July 14 4-5:30 pm Presented by PoetsWest!

Green Lake Branch Seattle Public Library 7364 E Greenlake Dr. N.    4-5:30 pm Free: Come early to sign up for the Open Mic Host: Rayn Roberts Colin Corpe will read new work.             Glenna Cooke’s new book is “Thresholds”               Special Guest Melanie Reed with […]

The Seattle Star is a Neutron Star

http://www.seattlestar.net/ Neutron Stars: If a star has between 1.35 and 2.1 times the mass of the Sun, it doesn’t form a white dwarf when it dies. Instead, the star dies in a catastrophic supernova explosion, and the remaining core becomes a neutron star. As its name implies, a neutron star is an exotic type of […]

On The State of World Affairs and Other Madness

The cat chases its tail, the dog whimpers in sleep, The heart skips a beat… It’s not a nightmare, not a movie, a TV show. Wake when you will, but where will you be, in bed alone, In the den, your unknowing hand holding a gun, At your desk starting at nothing? It doesn’t matter— […]

Semi-Automatic Poem

Fucked up so right no pain but the ratchet of the night tightenin’ so tight so far out I can’t do the heady philosophy-faith-politics a bullshit trinity– Blow me away ta nothing? Yo i ain’t ready for no lead in my ass so i ain’t buying what the right-wing means i ain’t havin’ no fist fight […]

Lawrence Ferlinghetti Part I

PoetsWest Monthly Radio Program: For Monday 07 May 2018 6:00 p.m. (PST)     KSER 90.7 FM on The Road Home from Everett, WA. The broadcast is available via streaming by going to http://www.kser.org/ PoetsWest #112: Lawrence Ferlinghetti Part I                 (29.06 minutes) Reading from A Coney Island of the Mind Poems #1 through #16 […]

Spindrift Literary & Arts Journal 2018

Spindrift Literary & Arts Journal 2018 It’s back from the bindery & it is stunning!  Join us for the release celebration: Tuesday, May 8, 11 am to 6 pm @ The Visual Arts Center 2000 Building Shoreline Community College My Poem “Elegy for Phil Hayes” appears in it, so I’ve been asked to read. Elegy for Phil Spindrift […]