PSPC is Now on ZOOM
We are happy to announce that our monthly open mic poetry sessions will resume on "ZOOM". Our next "ZOOM" meeting will be Friday, December 11th at 7:00 pm.
Topic: "Poetically Speaking" PSPC open Mic reading
Time: Dec 11, 2020 07:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
ZOOM LINK: ( TBD)
We invite you to share several poems (one page each or two pages max)-- using the "Share Your Desk Top" feature of ZOOM
Call for Members Submission to PSPC Chapbook
Puget Sound Poetry Connection plans to publish this fall our own chapbook from the best unpublished writings of our subscribing members.
We invite all our members to be a part of this chapbook by submitting your work.
Puget Sound Poetry Connection board member and poet Michael Magee will be the editor of our chapbook supported by board members: Carl Palmer, Benjamin Olson, Robert Hasselblad, Bob Toohey, and board President, Connie Walle.
OR send by postal mail to:
220 Tacoma Avenue South #104,
Tacoma, WA 98402 Ph. (253 272 0415)
The Puget Sound Poetry Connection is pleased to announce our distinguished reader for the month of March is David D. Horowitz. The reading will be on Friday, March 13th, at 7:00 pm.
David founded and manages Rose Alley Press, which primarily publishes books of Pacific Northwest poetry. His poems have appeared in Raven Chronicles; Terrain.org; Candelabrum; The Lyric; The New Formalist; The Asses of Parnassus; Here, There, and Everywhere, and many other journals and anthologies. His essays appear quarterly in the online journal Exterminating Angel. Through Rose Alley Press he has published seventeen titles, including his own latest collection, Cathedral and Highrise, and three poetry anthologies, the latest of which is Footbridge Above the Falls. He frequently organizes and hosts poetry readings in and around Seattle, and his website is www.rosealleypress.com.
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