Poets Cruise to Cascadia Poetry Festival 2014

Kim Goldberg
March 22, 2014

Clipper Heading for Cascadia Poetry Festival, happening May 1-4 in Seattle? Join a bunch of us on the Poets Cruise aboard the Victoria Clipper passenger ferry, departing downtown Victoria on Wednesday, April 30, at 6:00 pm. We will arrive in downtown Seattle at 8:45 pm.

Kick off a fantastic weekend of bioregional poetics with a gorgeous 3-hour ocean cruise among your fellow poets.

Ferry fare is $117 round trip, if you book in advance. Just book your ferry ticket for that date, and we will all meet up on board.

Rates and schedule here: http://www.clippervacations.com/schedules-fares/

And the Festival Gold Pass for taking in all 4 days of the Festival is just $25. Festival schedule here: http://cascadiapoetryfestival.org/

Here are a few of the poets who will be aboard the Poets Cruise on April 30. If you plan on joining us (and we hope you will!) and you would like your name and photo added to this posting, leave a comment for me.

About Kim Goldberg

Kim Goldberg is an award-winning poet and journalist and the author of 7 books. Latest titles: UNDETECTABLE (her Hep C journey in haibun), RED ZONE (poems of homelessness) and RIDE BACKWARDS ON DRAGON: a poet's journey through Liuhebafa. She lives in Nanaimo, BC. Contact: goldberg@ncf.ca
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3 Responses to Poets Cruise to Cascadia Poetry Festival 2014

  1. Hi Kim. Okay, count me in on the ferry ride. It’s going to work! Linda

  2. Pingback: Cascadia Poetry Fest Starts Thursday | SPLAB

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