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Monthly Archives: April 2018

found poem: read

found poem © j.i. kleinberg ~ read
found poem © j.i. kleinberg
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found poem: Moon

found poem © j.i. kleinberg ~ Moon
found poem © j.i. kleinberg

found poem: writing

found poem: No hiding

found poem: Nothing

found poem: in the grave

found poem: even the stone

found poem: my yard

found poem: his was

another one!

Rise Up!

found poem: People

found poem: our Facebook

found poem: in the culinary

found poem: translator

Whatcom Women Words and Work

You are invited to attend a free Whatcom Advocates presentation by four artists/poets on Thursday, April 12, 2018, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm, at the Whatcom Museum/Old City Hall (pictured), Rotunda Room.

Sheila Sondik, Anita K. Boyle, Nancy Canyon, and J.I. (Judy) Kleinberg will share their work, processes, and inspiration. For bios and additional information, see the Whatcom Museum event page.

collected!

Very honored to have nine of my found poems published in the final, celebratory issue of Vine Leaves Literary Journal. The pieces are reproduced beautifully, each taking up a full page, right at the center of the 220-page hardcover volume. (Vine Leaves previously published seven of my found poems in Issue 13, and two in The Best of Vine Leaves Literary Journal 2015.)

Special thanks to publisher Jessica Bell. The Vine Leaves Literary Journal may be finished, but Vine Leaves Press is still alive and Jessica is going strong as lead singer for the dream-pop group, Keep Shelly in Athens, and recording and performing as a solo artist under the name Bruno.

found poem: technology

Prowl!

Very pleased to be a panelist at this weekend’s Inland Poetry Prowl in Ellensburg, Washington, joining an impressive roster of poets who will read, rant, and rave between Friday night and Sunday morning.

Ellensburg is compact and charming, situated in central Washington’s rolling wheat country, and replete with late 19th century charm (including, quite wonderfully, a Kleinberg building).

Events are entirely free (well, except for books and food). Please join us!

found poem: kiss

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