J.W. Marshall‘s Meaning a Cloud received the Field Poetry Prize and was published by Oberlin College Press (2007). His poems and essays have appeared in numerous publications. From 1995 to 2016, he and his wife, Christine Deavel, owned and operated Open Books, the poetry-only bookstore in Seattle.
Our interest is in collaboration. Not only between poets and the arts, but in the act of translation.
We publish full color collaborative work and are planning on publishing translations of contemporary Argentine poetry as well as supporting writers with an interest in Argentinian culture and Jewish history in Latin America.
@RepJayapal Where is this list of corporate employees on Medical? I want to see it. I want to know...becuase YES YES YES corporations are raking in massive $$$ by not paying living wages or benefits to employees AND WE THE CITIZENS ARE PAYING INSTEAD!!! What Bezos makes in a day is obscene.
Look at this book! These can be tough to find, but a VERY EASY set to look at is Horsethief Lake State Park near The Dalles. It's windy and hot in the summer there— but also go windsurfing! twitter.com/UWAPress/statu…
My husband often gets on my case for rage tweeting from our "business" account... but honestly, LEFTIST QUEER POETRY PRESSES SHOULD BE RAGE TWEETING.
I am also going to stop for today and finish my currant jam. I can't think about our books. Today is so alarming. pic.twitter.com/DQ6rbnLWxZ
@TNBlueWave@joncoopertweets I graduated Clarksville HS 1988 & left TN the very next day— knew I could not have life of dignity there— but now coming back for tech conference in late Sept & can't wait to volunteer with @PhilBredesen for three days to DEFEAT that anti-gay horror, @MarshaBlackburn!!!