John M. Tarrh - composer and consultant, has put Puget Sound Poetry Connections Founder Connie K. Walle's poem, "Write Me a Love Poem" to music.
" I've just discovered a wonderful poet, Connie K. Walle. Her book, What's Left, is full of touching, heartfelt poems. I've set one of these for solo soprano and piano in honor of my wife's sixty-fifth birthday. It's called Write Me a Love Poem. Click here for an audio recording of the song, and here to see the score. I plan to set more of Connie's very special poems to music."
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
To read more, go to: http://quillandparchment.com/archives/Dec2019/push.html?fbclid=IwAR1cdfjkjbkDCdmFeGrV7_VIWVuxnt_HR0ecA7C2xThJOCcoNbR3mzFvJlsClick here to edit text
Puget Sound Poetry Connection seeks to connect poets with active poetry groups in our region.
Below are links to other poetry groups in the Puget Sound;
Local Literary Events
Open Mics ~ Readings ~ Workshops
Colloquy lures readers and writers out of
hiding, to connect and conspire.
Come imbibe in roasted bean concoctions, craft brews and vino varietals as we gather to listen to writers narrate their tales.
3rd Wednesday 6:00-8:00 pm 300 5th Ave SW, in downtown Olympia
The third Wednesday of every month poets and poetry lovers gather at Traditions Café, to celebrate well-crafted writing that touches a range of emotion. These readings are sponsored by the Olympia Poetry Network, an organization that has been around over 25 years
First Monday of each month at 7 p.m.
Downtown Auburn Rainbow Café
112 East Main Street Auburn, WA 98002
Featured writer followed by open mic poetry