Tag Archives: SpeakEasy

SpeakEasy 20!

We’ve added a SpeakEasy 20 page introducing the poets and the three workshops. Have a look and please join us on Saturday, December 2, 2017. Advertisements

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Tonight: SpeakEasy 19

In this time of post-truth and false news, SpeakEasy 19: Poems of darkness, Poems of light, will provide some honest and heartfelt words of clarity and wisdom. Saturday, April 8, 2017, 7:00pm Mount Baker Theatre Encore Room, Bellingham. Admission is … Continue reading

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SpeakEasy 18: Voices of the Poetry Marathon

The Poetry Marathon challenges participants to write (and post) 24 poems in 24 hours (or 12 in 12 hours). Originated and organized by Caitlin Thomson Jans and Jacob Jans, writers and web publishers living in Cascadia, The Poetry Marathon is … Continue reading

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SpeakEasy 16!

Please join us at the Mount Baker Theatre Encore Room for SpeakEasy 16: Fresh Minds New Words on Sunday, April 12, 2015. Each SpeakEasy reading takes a different approach to poetry and this one is no exception. Produced in conjunction … Continue reading

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SpeakEasy 15 poems posted

Following last weekend’s successful SpeakEasy 15, we had a number of requests for copies of the poems. They are now posted on the SpeakEasy 15 page. Enjoy!

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SpeakEasy 15

SpeakEasy 15: Poems and Prayers for the New Year will give voice to the hopes, beseechments and visions — both personal and global — of a select group of regional poets. Founded in 2009 and produced in Bellingham by Luther … Continue reading

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April 24

Please join us tonight for SpeakEasy 14: String Theory. Five poets “string” together poems based on a common element from the preceding poem — theme, topic, word, phrase or style — that gives birth to the idea within the next … Continue reading

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