Poetry of Vocation and Avocation Resonates
Bill Eville
Paul Dawson's first book of poetry is called Musings of an Old Man. It is guided by a narrator who does not look away from life’s hardships, and instead embraces them head on, with a curiosity and compassion all his own.
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Sign Me Up
Steve Ewing
One day on the bench in front of the Dock Street Coffee Shop Bob Hathaway said “When my maker comes for me I want him to find me out on the flats.”
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In Telling Story of Refugees, Poet Uses Art to Hit the Heart
Katherine Gianni
Justen Ahren's multimedia show is called After The War For The Valley and follows the stories of three refugees with a focus on migration and displacement.
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Coo
Steve Ewing
I remember Coo from boyhood summers with his large extended Italian family renting down the street from us
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Knock Wood
Conrad Neumann
He eased out of the right side of the bed.
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Quansoo Thanksgiving
Adam Moore
Invisible to me, but not to Bill Austin, surveyor, who spies each little rill, And ridge and ditch and remnants of a fence
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September
Don McLagan
From the north, wind clears the laze of summer, seaweed collects on the windward shore and squishes cold under bare feet.
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Sometimes Art Carries a Heavy Burden
Louisa Hufstader
Pathways Projects relocated to the Tisbury Waterworks Sunday for a multimedia performance that brought together poetry, music and visual art.
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A Flight of Fancy Landing at Deep Insight
Louisa Hufstader

With cheers, laughter and sighs, Billy Collins was welcomed back to Featherstone Center for the Arts Tuesday.

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The Oxymorons Walk Among Us
Arnie Reisman
Just because we hear music Doesn’t mean we have rhythm
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