Writing & Poetry Tuesdays

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NEW BOOKS FROM PathwaysARTS PARTICIPANTS


Jennifer Smith Turner — Child Bride, receives national recognition through the NEW YORK CITY BIG BOOK AWARD®!

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WE CONGRATULATE FAN OGILVIE ON ANOTHER BOOK OF POETRY PUBLISHED.

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Barbara Peckham’s new book has been published.
Click here to buy it!

Barbara reads chapters from her book most Tuesdays at our regular zoommeeting.
Come visit or check out her readings so far here


We congratulate Amarylis Douglass on the publishing of her book,
‘Fellowship Of The Rain’

Winner of the 2020 Blue Light Press Award, this book is the product
of a four-year project; poems “of witness to the epidemic of homelessness,”
“unforgettable portraits of Americans… for whom
the word recovery has not applied,” those who find a place to sleep
each night, outside.
Proceeds from the sales will be shared with “Street Roots”,
in Portland, Oregon

Available on Amazon

CLICK TO SEE VIDEOS OF AMARYLIS’ READINGS AT PATHWAYS

Available here on Amazon


Watch this Video From Gyn McAllister who writes of waking up as a cockroach in her own apartment

Video Companion to the Single “Noticed,” from Blue, Blue Box, by Rachel Elion Baird. This is a parody on a Spaghetti Western. In the hands of women, we make love, not war, or maybe, we just dance…
Many thanks to all in this video. It was an amazing and fun process with talented filmmakers, wonderful cast and crew, a real cowboy and his amazing horse.



PROMPTS FOR OUR ZOOM WRITING & POETRY READINGS ON JUNE 16th

The little things that run the world

With well over one million known species, insects and other invertebrates eclipse all other forms of animal life on Earth. Invertebrates are essential to the reproduction of most flowering plants, including many fruits, vegetables, and nuts; they are food for birds, fish, and other animals; they filter water and keep our rivers and streams pristine; and they clean up waste from plants and animals. They truly are “little things that run the world.”
Xerces.org


Coming Next …More episodes of
Imagined Gardens, OceanScapes & LandScapes;