Henry Alley Reads in Portland on 9/13/2019

Roving Park Players Present ROBIN HOOD

ROBIN HOOD Outlaw of Sherwood

is an original adaptation by RPP director, Laura Robinson, of the classic tale of taking a stand in the face of great adversity! ROBIN HOOD delivers adventure, humor, romance, peril—something for everyone!  Bring the family as the Roving Park Players head into the Greenwood in August 2019!  #rpp2019intothegreenwood

Performances are FREE and will be outside, rain or shine (canopies are provided), with a show time of 6:00 pm, at the following venues:

August 8 @ Willamette Oaks Retirement Community, 455 Alexander Loop, 97401

August 9 @ Owen Rose Garden, 300 N Jefferson, 97401

August 10 & 11 @ Meadow Park, 851 Mill St, Springfield, 97477

August 15 & 16 @ Petersen Barn Community Center, 870 Berntzen Rd, 97402

August 17 & 18 @ Maurie Jacobs Park, End of Fir Ln, (off River Rd), 97402

Call 541-556-9686 for more information.

Oregon Poetry Association Conference

Here is a message from the Oregon Poetry Association:

OPA 2019 Conference Registration and Workshop Descriptions

Join us for our fall conference and annual membership meeting September 14th and 15th at the Salem Convention Center!

Registration Early Bird Postmark Deadline August 12. Download and print the registration form below.

$85.00 Member – $105.00 Non-Member – $60.00 student

After August 12 – $105.00 Member – $125.00 Non-Member – $60.00 student

2019 Conference Registration Form

Our conference theme, “Our Common Life,” is highlighted by this year’s keynote speaker, Penelope Scambly Schott, with her topic The Personal Iin the Community of We.She says, “Skim through any contemporary poetry journal and you will find lots of poems written in first person singular. Some are persona poems but most are the poet’s own voice describing that poet’s own experience. How does the “I”poem relate to our shared world?”

Submitted by Shirley Marc, OPA president

oregonpoets.org

Poets’ Corner @ Lane County Fair

Oregon Poetry Association – Fall Conference

The Oregon Poetry Association’s fall conference is in Salem, September 14-15. Registration and schedule will be up soon on the OPA website, oregonpoets.org. The program includes workshops, presentations, and readings.

    At the general membership meeting during the conference, four Board positions will be filled. This is an invitation to consider becoming a Board member. Both LLG and OPA share a number of aims and can certainly benefit from close connections.

    Please browse OPA’s website to see its various offerings. Please become an OPA member, to support poetry outreach through the state and to student poets. Members receive discounts for contests and conferences.

    Comments? mulpop@efn.org

MATADOR REVIEW Seeks Submissions

Alternative art and literature magazine The Matador Review is accepting submissions for the Fall 2019 publication. Matador Review publishes poetry, fiction, flash fiction, and creative non-fiction, inviting all unpublished literature written in the English language (and translations that are accompanied by the original text) as well as many forms of visual art. The call for submissions will end August 31.

The Matador Review is an online literature and art quarterly based in Los Angeles and Chicago. Founded in January 2016, our purpose is to promote “alternative work” from both art and literature, and to encourage respect for online publications. In each issue, we offer a selection of work from both emerging and established artists, as well as exclusive interviews and book reviews from creators who are, above all else, provocative. Recent contributors include Damian Van Denburgh, Rachelle Cruz, Heidi Seaborn, Jeremy Radin, Marguerite L. Harrold, and others.

Submission information can be found at www.matadorreview.com/submissions

The Poets’ Corner @ Alton Baker Park