Christine Deavel has published poems and essays, including the poetry collection Woodnote (Bear Star Press, 2012), which received the Washington State Book Award. From 1995 to 2016, Christine, along with her husband, J.W Marshall owned and operated Open Books, the poetry-only bookstore in Seattle.
She is a patient and family liaison at Seattle’s Harborview Medical Center.
Vicinity | Memoryall is her first play. You can listen to her sing her song, What the Moon Knows as part of the audio download for the book. She also appears in our film about Mary’s Dust along with Melinda Mueller, Laura Da’ and Kathleen Flenniken.
We are an independent press in Seattle, Washington. We publish collaborations between poets and artists of all types. We also have an interest in publishing contemporary Argentinian poetry in translation and supporting writers with an interest in Argentinian culture and Jewish history in Latin America. Gay-owned and queerly run.
RT @ecotheo Our Spring issue will focus on Adoration. From the Latin, toward the gold, what we adore shows up in our musings & makings, homes & yards, politics & preoccupations. We look forward to seeing what you adore through February 15, 2021. Full guidelines here: ecotheo.org/homepage/submi…
@andyengelson@cathymcmorris@RepNewhouse I have a lot of friends willing to chip into a legal fund to get them removed from office and to make them weep for the day they decided Trump & his conspiracy was more important than democracy. Fucking traitors.
@andyengelson KEEP AT IT! 😂 Lord, nothing like some rage tweeting on a Friday night. And serious questions: CAN CITIZENS OF WA STATE SUE @cathymcmorris@RepNewhouse for disenfranchisement? Because I want to make those seditious bastards lose their damn money.
RT @thebigsparrow@EntreRiosBooks IN THE MECCA: Gwendolyn Brooks. Reviled at its time, it is painfully prescient about the streets today. Brooks was writing in her "I'ma mess with TS Eliot" blank verse mode and it makes you think about what America perceives a "wasteland" to be today.