Events for February 26, 2017 through April 28, 2017
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Eli Jaxon-Bear discusses Wake Up and Roar: Satsang with Papaji
Wake Up and Roar offers the reader an opportunity to awaken, here and now, regardless of background, practice, or personal circumstance. Blending humor, logic, and eye-opening storytelling, Papaji extends a gracious wisdom that speaks to the earnest seeker investigating the nature of mind, enlightenment, and […]Find out more »
Victor Lodato discusses Edgar and Lucy
Edgar and Lucy is a page-turning literary masterpiece—a stunning examination of family love and betrayal. Eight-year-old Edgar Fini has survived a terrible accident, of which he remembers nothing. When Edgar meets a man with his own tragic story, the boy begins a journey into a secret wilderness where nothing […]Find out more »
Beckie Elgin discusses Journey: The Amazing Story of OR-7
All ages are invited to join author Beckie Elgin for a discussion about wolves and a reading from her book, Journey: The Amazing Story of OR-7, the Oregon Wolf that Made History.
After traveling thousands of miles, Journey settled in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest along […]Find out more »
Kate Riley discusses Launching Vee’s Chariot: An End of Life Tale
Author Kate Riley will read excerpts from her book, Launching Vee’s Chariot: An End-of-Life Tale. Kate encourages her audiences to raise questions about the intimate bond formed with Vee, her mother, as she neared the end of her life. As an international story consultant, […]Find out more »
Rabbi David Zaslow discusses Reimagining Exodus – A Story of Freedom
The biblical Exodus is the most influential freedom story ever told. It has served as both an inspiration for Puritans, American revolutionaries, abolitionists, Mormons, the modern civil rights movement, and revolutionaries the world over. In Jewish tradition, the Exodus is also applied to the […]Find out more »
Stephen Gray discusses Cannabis and Spirituality In the authoritative new book Cannabis and Spirituality: An Explorer’s Guide to an Ancient Plant Spirit Ally, editor Stephen Gray and 17 other influential voices reveal the remarkable potential of cannabis as a spiritual medicine when used skillfully with intention. Stephen will speak about the key ideas in the […]Find out more »
Poetry Reading with Barry Kraft Barry will be reading some of his favorite selections from centuries of poems that celebrate Nature and the natural world!
All events are FREE and open to the public.
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Poetry Reading with Pepper Trail, Amy Miller, Quinton Hallett, Laura LeHew and Catherine McGuire The reading will feature contributors to a new anthology called The Absence of Something Specified. This collection contains variations on the broad theme of drought. According to the introduction, “Drought has become an everyday word, and as we cope with the […]Find out more »
Susan Conrad discusses her book Inside : One Woman’s Journey Through the Inside Passage
INSIDE: One Woman’s Journey Through the Inside Passage is a Northwest story, about landscapes that are still rugged and untamed, about finding solitude in a world designed not to grant it, and about finding a strong connection to the natural environment, […]Find out more »
Poetry Reading with The Applegate Poets –
Paul Tipton, Lynette Bullard, David Shiah, Beate Foit, Anna Elkin, Christen Weber and Tressi Albee
The Applegate Poets came together almost three years ago with the encouragement of Lawson Inada, former Poet Laureate of Oregon, who visited the Applegate Valley during Poetry Month in 2014. Some of the […]Find out more »
Poetry Reading with Carlos Reyes and Vince Wixon
Poet and translator Carlos Reyes lives in Portland, Oregon. He is a traveler and whether he journeys to Alaska, Ecuador, France, India, Ireland. Panama, or Spain, those travels inform his poetry. Latest publications: Pomegranate, Sister of the Heart (2012), Poemas de amor y locura / Poems of […]Find out more »
Poetry Reading with More of The Applegate Poets –
Lisa Baldwin, Jane Rubin, Haley May, Ni Aodagain, Diana Coogle, Joan Peterson and Kristi Cowles
The Applegate Poets came together almost three years ago with the encouragement of Lawson Inada, former Poet Laureate of Oregon, who visited the Applegate Valley during Poetry Month in 2014. […]Find out more »
Poetry Reading with Heather Altfeld, Troy Jollimore and Allan Peterson
Heather Altfeld’s first book, “The Disappearing Theatre” won the Poets at Work Book Prize, selected by Stephen Dunn. Her poems appear in Narrative Magazine, Pleiades, ZYZZYVA, Poetry Northwest, and others. She won the 2015 Pablo Neruda Prize for Poetry with Nimrod International Magazine of Poetry […]Find out more »
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