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Sunday, October 6 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Windfall Showcase

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Barbara A Drake

Bio: | Barbara Drake’s books and chapbooks of poetry include Driving One Hundred, Love at the Egyptian Theatre, What We Say to Strangers, Life in a Gothic Novel, Bees in Wet Weather, and Small Favors.  She is the author of a memoir, Peace at Heart: an Oregon Country Life, an Oregon Book Award finalist in 1999, and Writing Poetry, a widely used college textbook in print since 1983. | Born in Kansas in 1939, Barbara Drake... Read More →
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Michael McDowell

Bio: | Michael McDowell currently writes poetry mostly about “a sense of place” and prose mostly about nature and landscape writing. His poetry appears regularly in Windfall: A Journal of Poetry of Place, which he has co-edited with Bill Siverly since 2002. His prose about nature and landscape writing has appeared in the anthologies The Ecocriticism Reader, Reading the Earth, and Fifty Key Thinkers on the Environment. A... Read More →
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Penelope Schott

Bio: | Penelope Scambly Schott is the author of a novel, six chapbooks, six full-length collections of poetry, and four historical narratives in poetry.  Her verse biography A is for Anne: Mistress Hutchinson Disturbs the Commonwealth received the 2008 Oregon Book Award for Poetry. Her collection Crow Mercies (2010) got the Sarah Lantz Memorial Award from Calyx Press. New in 2013 are Lovesong for Dufur and Lillie Was a Goddess... Read More →
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Bill Siverly

Bio: | Bill Siverly was born and grew up in Lewiston, Idaho, and he has lived in Portland, Oregon, since 1972. He holds a Master of Arts degree from San Francisco State University. He taught Native American and World literatures, composition, and creative writing at Portland Community College for twenty-five years. Bill has published five books of poems: Parzival (Press-22, 1981), Phoenix Fire (1987), The Turn (Windfall Press, 2000... Read More →


Sunday October 6, 2013 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Oregon Arts Commission Poetry Stage OCC, D-133

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