Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Cholla Needles Joins the "Zoom" Party!

Cholla Needles Presents Featured Poets Live On-Line

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(free - no personal information required)

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1/2 hour a week! All Free, All Fun! 

Celebrate the continued publication 
of Cholla Needles during these "sheltered times"

Mark your calendar for 
every Sunday online at 3PM 
till Covid retires!

1st week: Open Reading Aug 2 3-3:30
2nd week: Cynthia Anderson Aug 9 3-3:30
3rd week: John Brantingham Aug 16 3-3:30
4th week: Miriam Sagan Aug 23 3-3:30
5th week: Peter Jastermsky Aug 30 3-3:30
6th week: John Sierpinski Sept 6 3-3:30
7th week: Romaine Washington Sept 13 3-3:30
8th week: Allyson Jeffredo Sept 20 3-3:30
9th week: Francene Kaplan Sept 27 3-3:30
10th week: Mark Evans Oct 4 (time to be announced)
11th week: Cindy Rinne Oct 11 3-3:30
12th week: David Chorlton Oct 18 3-3:30
13th week: Enid Osborn Oct 25 3-3:30
14th week: Lisa Mednick Powell  Nov 1 3-3:30
15th week: George Howell Nov 8 3-3:30
16th week: Kendall Johnson Nov 15 3-3:30
17th week: Noreen Lawlor Nov 22 3-3:30

More To Come!!

  "In time of crisis, we summon up our strength.
  Then, if we are lucky, we are able to call every resource, every forgotten image that can leap to our quickening, every memory that can make us know our power. And this luck is more than it seems to be: it depends on the long preparation of the self to be used.
  In time of the crises of the spirit, we are aware of all our need, our need for each other and our need for our selves. We call up, with all the strength of summoning we have, our fullness. And then we trun, for it is a turning that we have prepared; and act. The time of the turning may be very long. It may hardly exist." Muriel Rukeyser, The Life Of Poetry (1949)

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