Art. Culture. Contemporary Thought.
This post originally appeared on the ARTSblog for Americans for the Arts. PDX, Stumptown, the City of Roses, Portlandia, Bridgetown. All of these offer a glimpse into my “second-tier,” west … Continue reading
I’ve decided to publish my daughter’s first official poem! Here it is, by Kaya (age 6), with color and illustrations.
I first met Afaa Weaver at a writing conference in Tucson where he critiqued a handful of my poems. I might sum up his advice for me with one word: … Continue reading
My story “This Heat” was featured in the last issue of the New Purlieu Review. Here’s a clip: The road led us away from the river, due north, down a … Continue reading
Barbara Henning is the author of three novels, Thirty Miles to Rosebud, You, Me and the Insects, and Black Lace. Her books of poetry include Cities and Memory, My Autobiography, … Continue reading
Spilled soy sauce and music by Woody Shaw: “Love for the One You Can’t Have.”