The Poetry Box LIVE – August Edition!
Aug 13, 2022 @ 4:00 PM (Pacific) / 7:00 PM (Eastern)
- Cathy Cain (Oregon), author of THE WEIGHT OF CLOUDS
- Annette Gagliardi (Minnesota), author of A SHORT SUPPLY OF VIABILITY
- Rachel Barton (Oregon), author of THIS IS THE LIGHTNESS
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Meeting ID: 890 8045 0851
ABOUT THE POETS
Poet and artist Cathy Cain is the author of A Shape of Sky (2021) and Bee Dance (2019), both from The Poetry Box; and Empty Space Places You (Finishing Line Press, 2018). Her honors include the Kay Snow Paulann Petersen Award for Poetry; the Edwin Markham Prize for Poetry; and a First Place from the Oregon Poetry Association poetry contest. Cain’s poetry has appeared in The Poeming Pigeon, Reed Magazine, Verseweavers, VoiceCatcher, and in /pãn| dé | mïk/ 2020: An Anthology of Pandemic Poems.
Cain taught in the public schools for over thirty years. She is the lucky wife of a sweet man, and the mother of two fine sons. She lives with her husband near Portland, Oregon.
You can order Cathy’s new book HERE
Annette Gagliardi is a Minnesota writer, author most recently of Proper Poems for Ladies…and a few naughty ones, too! She is a contributor and co-editor of Upon Waking. 58 Voices Speaking Out from the Shadow of Abuse, 2019. Annette has poetry published in Motherwell, Wisconsin Review, American Diversity Report, Origami Poems Project, Amethyst Review, Door IS A Jar, Trouble Among the Stars, Poetry Quarterly, Sylvia Magazine, and many other online and in-print magazines. Find more of her work at https://annette-gagliardi.com.
You can order Annette’s book HERE
Rachel Barton grew up in the woods of northern Indiana which has greatly influenced her poetry and provided her a sense of connection to the planet. She comes from a large family which has informed her sense of community. She was able to study literature and creative writing as an undergraduate (WVU), the visual arts as a graduate student (WVU and The VAC in Anchorage), and, much later, teaching for a master’s degree (WOU). She entered the Oregon Writing Project in 2009 and co-facilitated the OWP’s poetry intensive the following summer. She used this model of “writing within a community of writers” in the classroom, the community college, at regional conferences, and in private classes. Currently, she edits her own Willawaw Journal, an online journal for poetry and art. She also serves as associate editor for Calyx and Cloudbank magazines.
Barton’s poetry has been published in the Main Street Rag, Whale Road Review, Moon City Review, VoiceCatcher, Mom Egg Review, CIRQUE, Oregon English Journal, and in many other journals. She has published short stories in BeZine, Blue Cubicle Press, Kindred Journal, and Clackamas Literary Review. More at RachelBartonWriter.com
You can order Rachel’s new book HERE