APRIL IS NATIONAL POETRY MONTH!
oin us as we circle in a beautiful space, enjoy tea + raise our voices to share in the healing force of poetry.
Sat Apr 21 // 7–9 pm
$5 suggested donation, open to all
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Bring up to 10 minutes of your original poetry. We’ll equally divide reading time between attendees. There will be a guided meditation offered at the end of our circle for those who wish to stay and meditate with us.
North Portland Yoga
55 NE Farragut St. Portland, OR 97211
Ash Good was born in Paradise, California, and raised in a small Oregon mill town. She is the author of These Things Will Never Happen Quite Like That Again (LettersAt3AMPress 2017) and Years Grew a Keloid (chapbook 2014). Ash Good is a poet, priestess, threshold crossing guide and somatic instructor serving life-force at the intersection of story telling, ritual, mindful movement and energetic touch. She lives in Portland, Oregon. www.ashgood.com/poetry
Kassandra M. Lighthouse graduated from the University of Utah—where she served as the senior poetry director for the undergraduate literary magazine—with an honors degree in English before moving to the Pacific Northwest. She has been published in From Sac, Blue Lake Review, and Mapping Salt Lake City. As her electric, resonant style trapezes from genre to genre, her work explores what it means to be alive, have perspective, and engage existence itself.