Puget Sound Poetry Connection announces the distinguished poet for January is Mare Heron Hake.
Mare Heron Hake is a local published poet and editor, living and working in Lakewood. Her degrees include B.A.s from the University of Washington in both Creative Writing and in Literature, along with an MFA from NILA. She is the Poetry Editor, as well as co-Owner and co-Publisher, of Tahoma Literary Review, an independent literary magazine with international readership published thrice annually. Mare is also a co-founder and organizer of the Red House Writers, a biannual educational weekend. When not editing, writing poetry, or organizing, she reads across genres, tries to jog, and loves her complicated family including an older dog named Pinecone. Mare’s most recent work can be found in Gyroscope Review, Raven Chronicles, and Terrain.Org.
Please come and join us on Friday, January 10th for a night of wonderful poetry.
Congratulations to our PSPC founder and President Connie Walle on her recent nomination for the Quill and Parchment Pushcart Prize Nominees for 2019:
Well Done, Connie