Opportunities: Poetry Workshops; Critique Groups; Calls for Submissions; Contests; Fellowships etc

In Klamath Falls Saturday July 28:


Free Literary Elements in Songwriting Workshop

List of Regular Readings in Portland Area

 List of Regular Readings in Portland area



The “Show and Tell Gallery” series hosts Featured Readers at 7 PM, & an  OPEN MIC Reading at 8 PM at at Three Friends Coffee House, 201 SE 12th Avenue, Portland


Calendar of Poetry Events and Readings

Soapstone Calendar of Literary Events and Readings-- Updated Every Two weeks


NEW in KBOO music library May 25, 2015

Anti-Flag American Spring Spinefarm Alt Rock
Easter & Totem, The The Sum Is Greater Than Its Parts Ss Alt Rock
Flyying Colours EP X 2 Shelflife Alt Rock

KBOO 2015 Mission and Vision Survey- Results are in!

Dear KBOO members,

Thank you for participating in KBOO's 2015 Mission and Vision survey! We received close to 100 responses total! Some clear themes are already emerging but we still need your help to make sense of the results and delve deeper! Please, consider joining us on Saturday, May 30th, 2015 from noon to 4PM for a KBOO Mission and Vision retreat for members!

At the retreat, we will discuss the findings of the survey and engage in conversations about the legacy and future of this great community resource!

KBOO does not have an official mission and vision statement and we need this tool to help guide our community and express, in a few sentences, who we are.

05/14/15 episode of Pandæmonium

05/14/15 episode of Pandæmonium is up

Chapter XLIV: Lost in Transcription (part 2)

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Rethinking the school-to-military pipeline

A version of this is part of the Old Mole Variety Hour  for 25 May 2015

Today is Memorial Day, so we're talking about memory, and the military, as well as about education and labor. All of those institutions arose in their modern disciplinary forms in the 18th century, along with the rise of capitalism. The process of disciplining bodies through the school, the army, the factory, were all parts of the process of extracting maximum surplus value from the populace. But what begins as a series of closed systems has now become an assemblage of techniques of control that interpenetrate and overlap. Take, for instance, education and the military.

Special Programming: EARNEST LOVERS release party!

Starting at 9pm on, we'll be at  The Secret Society ro bring you the fantastic sounds of Cahalen  Morrison & Country Hammer from Seattle, The Earnest Lovers, and  Doug & Dee from The Midnight Serenaders.

NEW in KBOO music library May 18, 2015

Ceremony The L-Shaped Man Matador Alt Rock
Chappo Former Future Self Rouse Alt Rock
Crocodiles Boys Zoo Alt Rock

04/30/15 episode of Pandæmonium

04/30/15 episode of Pandæmonium is up

Chapter XLIII: Lost in Transcription (part 1)

episode information


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