Oregon Literary Review video: Henry Hughes & Clemens Starck read and discuss poetry at Wordstock October 10.
Western Oregon Journal discusses Henry Hughes’ work: “Scribbler of scenes: Dr. Henry Hughes’s Moist Meridian highlights the poetry of everyday lives.”
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Men Holding Eggs one of the Oregon State Library’s “Oregon Poetry 150” books for 150 Years of Statehood
Oregon 150 Poetry Book List: 150 Books for 150 Years of Statehood
In celebration of Oregon’s sesquicentennial anniversary, Poetry Northwest and the Oregon State Library are announcing your nominated list of 150 outstanding Oregon poetry books — one for each year of statehood. The Oregon Poetry 150 books range in style and subject matter, and include poets both well-known and newly emerging — and this grass-roots list has been entirely created by poetry readers from throughout the state.
See the list here: Oregon 150 Poetry Book List
From Moist Meridian