Harold Johnson and Robert A. Davies will give a poetry reading at Kenton Library
(8226 N. Denver Ave., Portland) 7-8:00 PM on Tuesday, April 22. Free.
Johnson was born in Yakima, Washington, and has lived in Portland for
the past sixty-two years where he has practiced music, visual art, and
writing. His poems have been published in numerous small journals and
anthologized in From Here We Speak: Poetry of Oregon, New Poets of the
American West, Millennial Spring: Eight New Oregon Poets, Portland
Lights, and Millennial Spring: African-American poetry of the 21st
Century. He has co-edited the journal Fireweed and has a volume of poems
forthcoming from Many Voices Press. Johnson's reading will include
recent and older works.
Robert A. Davies lives in Portland, Oregon. He has published widely in the Little magazines and more recently in CounterPunch.com, Windfall, Subtopian and Dissidentvoice.com.
He was co-editor of Mr. Cogito magazine for more than 20 years, has
published TRACKS IN OREGON (a finalist for the Oregon Literary Award),
TIMBER, SOMETIMES SUBVERSIVE, MELONS and MENDELSSOHN and BLUFF HOLLOW. H
will be reading mostly from the last 3 books. email@example.com