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Suspended by rope from the eaves the feeder hangs between me and the morning sun. Shadows dance across my newspaper as three chickadees, dart between… Continue reading
A poem by Miriam Wagoner.
“Roughly for the North” scratches the same itch as a favorite, devastating breakup album.
The work artists loved in 2018.
A holiday poem.
A poem submitted by reader Jack Campbell.
A poem submitted by reader Amy Pinney.
After delivering three caustic poems en route to the eighth annual Woosh Kinaadeiyí Grand Slam title, Michael Christenson was all smiles. The night and the… Continue reading
C’mon and slam. Woosh Kinaadeiyí Poetry Slam will hold its eighth annual Grand Slam 7 p.m. Saturday at the University Alaska Southeast REC Center, at… Continue reading
For the first time in 26 years, an Alaska Women Speak reading was held in Juneau. Alaska Women Speak is the name of both a… Continue reading
Dogs, weather, anagrams to loving husbands — Audrey Kohler wrote about it all. Kohler, a Juneau poet, was at Downtown Dames for First Friday taking… Continue reading
The end of Tracy K. Smith’s reading in the Father Andrew P. Kashevaroff building sounded more like the wrap up of a comedy set than… Continue reading
If you’ve ever wanted to talk to a poet laureate, your chance is coming up. Wednesday, Aug. 29, U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith will… Continue reading