Recently Published Poetry
Summer Creek
The Origami Poems Project selected six of my poems inspired by Summer Creek -- which runs through Beaverton and Tigard, Oregon -- for a microchap 'zine. You can download Summer Creek, print it, and follow the instructions to fold it for your own personal copy. Thanks to the talented Lauri Burke for the beautiful cover art.

The Origami Poems Project publishes microchaps, groups of poems arranged on single sheets of paper. The papers fold origami-style into palm-sized 'zines containing six pages of text.

Upcoming Appearance

The Hour That Stretches
Sunday, April 28, The Hour That Stretches features F.I. Goldhaber, Kelley Baker, Red O'Hare, Jonathan Oak, our host, Edward Morris, and more.

Inspired by Indonesian folklore Harlan Ellison described in his story "Eidolons" and Hour 25, an '80s radio show on Pacifica Radio in Los Angeles which Ellison co-hosted with Mike Hodel (and which was the setting of his short story "The Hour That Stretches"), the monthly showcase welcomes genres not normally included in spoken word events. Join us for an amazing evening of spoken word from 7 to 10 p.m. at Ford Food and Drink, 2505 SE 11th Avenue, Portland.

Northwest Local Author Fair
Area authors will sell and sign books on Saturday May 25 at the Northwest Local Author Fair. Come visit me and other authors from Beaverton and surrounding communities, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Beaverton City Library, 12375 SW 5th Street, Beaverton, OR 97005.

I will have a few copies of the limited edition of What Color is Your Privilege? (available only at my appearances and to subscribers of my newsletter) for sale. What Color is Your Privilege?, my fifth poetry collection, opens "a window on the suffering many are privileged to ignore."

In addition, I will have signed microchap Summer Creek 'zines from the Origami Poems Project which include six of my poems inspired by Summer Creek -- which runs through Beaverton and Tigard, Oregon.

The library is across the street from the Beaverton Farmers Market (open 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.) so come early to grab breakfast and fresh produce before the author fair..