Archive | December, 2009

Making a Poem out of Dionysus

Making a Poem out of Dionysus, Pneumatology, Equanimous, and Boobearalicious:  The 16th Annual Woodland Pattern Poetry Marathon & Benefit  by Julie Strand   On Saturday January 30th, 2010 from 10am-1am Woodland Pattern will host it’s 16th Annual Poetry Marathon and Benefit. This year’s Marathon is EXTRA special because it will be the Kick-Off Event to […]

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New Years Events

NEW YEAR’S EVE FESTIVITIES compiled by Tess Reiss Kids and grown ups can ring in the new decade right here in the neighborhood (or nearby) with ice skating, fireworks, and parties under the silvery full moon. Make the rounds on New Year’s Eve and then bring your camera to the Polar Bear Plunge on New […]

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 by Anne Kingsbury For the Dishwashers All things are one If heart delight in working, if hands join the world right. Wendell Berry, 1982 after noon meal and  before Woodland Pattern reading

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What I’ve Learned

by Karl Gartung A talk at the Chicago Poetry Project, Tuesday, October 20, 2009  Preface: I’ll write here on what I’ve learned, or more accurately what I am learning since any state of knowledge for me is strictly provisional. My motto: I can’t share what I know, so must share what I am learning. I […]

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