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.
Vicinity | Memoryall is his first play.
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A review for "Vicinity/Memoryall" has come in @dramainthehood and, honestly, it's not "GREAT!"— but hurrah for thoughtful reviewers going out to theater. You still have one more weekend to go make up your own mind about this play!
The story of the trunks that hold up the bar at 18th and Union Art Space is fantastic. Real Seattle history in there with Jessie Hass and New City Theater. Tickets to the final weekend of "Vicinity/Memoryall" can be found at Brown Paper Tickets: bit.ly/2NtusV5pic.twitter.com/qa13KTA15f