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To Soak in a Word Bath [cross-posted from Jane’s Stories]

by Tamara Kaye Sellman

This past Monday, I went to see my friend, Deborah Poe, read at the Richard Hugo House with her former instructor Bruce Beasley, a well-known poet and literary instructor from Bellingham, WA.

Deborah had to fly in for the event, for she now lives in New York state, though she’s more likely to call the Pacific Northwest her stomping grounds, since she’s spent so much of her life here.

Deborah and I don’t go way back, but we share one commonality that’s likely to seal our friendship for years to come:


Original image: Deborah Poe at Richard Hugo House Jan 2009, ©2009 Tamara Kaye Sellman. All Rights Reserved.
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