Pam Carter returns to canine imperatives, humor being the spice of a dog’s life.
As of Sunday 11 November 2012, Seattle boasts one of the U.S.A.’s two museums of artist stamps (artistamps). The inaugural MOA exhibition includes work by dozens of artists—two cabinets full of stamps, framed pieces, easel folios, and posters which Dogfish of Tui Tui has amassed over the last four decades.
Pam Carter puts on a tinfoil hat and channels Leilani Mae Jesperson in her latest poem.
Pamela Hobart Carter’s latest poem, about communication, connection and isolation.
she leaves the father eternally immersed in research,
the mother who lines windowsills with silent ferns,
plies them with silent care,
her children too
You will remember the eagerness of the artists to discuss their methods. You will remember the expectant and light mood of the crowds. And you will decide to return for another Third Thursday in this northern neighbor town.
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