A poem plus commentary by Ingrid Wendt is on the website 99 poems for the 99 percent: http://99poemsfor99percent.blogspot.com/2012/02/memorymemorial-ingrid-wendt.html
The Oregon Poetry Association website has another poem by Ingrid, with commentary, from the same sequence in her book The Angle of Sharpest Ascending. http://www.oregonpoets.org/ Ingrid will be keynoting the Spring Conference of the Oregon Poetry Assn. on April . A favorable review of Ingrid’s new book, Evensong, is online athttp://issuu.com/gently_read_literature/docs/grl_dec Ingrid alerts readers to one glaring error: the poem “Valse Triste” is not about her relationship with her husband, Ralph! Ingrid’s upcoming presentations include keynoting the Oregon Poetry Association’s Spring Conference, April 20, 8:15-9:00, at Clackamas Community College, 19600 Molalla Ave., Oregon City, OR, in the Gregory Forum Building. To download a campus map go to http://www.clackamas.edu/documents/campusmap.pdf. The subject of Ingrid’s talk will be “collaboration.” She will also be giving a reading at Portland State University on Thursday, April 26, with Tod Marshall, at 6:30, in Smith Center Room 238. Ingrid has recently returned from Washington, D.C., and the 4-day Split This Rock poetry festival (Poems of Witness and Provocation), where she participated with poet Joan Dobbie, from Eugene, Naomi Shihab Nye, Alicia Ostriker, and several other poets, in a reading from the forthcoming anthology, Before We Have Nowhere to Stand: Israel/Palestine: Poets Respond to the Struggle, co-edited by Joan Dobbie and Grace Beeler, forthcoming from Lost Horse Press. Ingrid, Joan, Grace, and many others read a group poem in front of the Supreme Court Building on Friday afternoon, March 23. Ingrid also participated in four readings at the 2012 annual conference of the Associated Writing Programs (AWP) in Chicago, at the end of February: Truman State University Press poets; poets from Pecan Grove Press; poets published by WordTech Editions; and poets appearing in the literary journal Adanna.