Tonight in Bellingham!

October 22, 2016

Mount Baker Theatre

It’s not often that this particular blogger steps out from behind the veil of anonymity, but if not now, when? I am the very grateful recipient of the 2016 Ken Warfel Fellowship, established to distinguish and reward those poets who, like Ken Warfel, have made substantial contributions to their poetry communities. This blog, The Poetry Department, which I launched in July 2010 (today’s post is the 2,253rd), is a significant part of that contribution.

It would be an honor and a pleasure to see you in the audience this evening, Saturday, October 22, 2016, at the award ceremony. The doors open at 6:45pm and events get underway at 7:00pm. Please join me at the Mount Baker Theatre, Encore Room, 104 North Commercial Street, Bellingham, Washington. (Use the Champion Street door to enter the Encore Room.) Hope to see you there!


8 Responses to “Tonight in Bellingham!”

  1. lynngeri Says:

    Congratulations jik,

    I am moving to Bellingham mid November, so have been getting your blog. I can’t be at the award ceremony physically, but I will be there in spirit… thanking you for this wonderful poetry blog.

    Warm regards, Lynn Geri

  2. Judy, this award is so well deserved. Congratulations! Press on with YOUR writing! Sincerely, Andy

  3. susanissima Says:

    Judy, break a leg tonight! You are so deserving of this award. Congratulations!

  4. Sandra F. Lucke Says:

    Really like this news, congratulations Judy. I hope your award, evening and supporters attending have you feeling appreciated and honored. You’re the best.

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