“BAFS Summer Poetry Camp Intro Weekend Recap and What’s Next!” by Cicada Musselman

The first weekend of Beyond Academia Free Skool Summer Poetry Camp has passed and it was a mixed bag of emotions... June 30th A riotous inspiring good time reading Richard Brautigan’s June 30th, June 30th on Pearl Street with Rob Geisen. July 1st Outside at Boulder Writers Warehouse along the North Boulder Farmers Ditch, the …

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“I Wouldn’t Be Here If It Weren’t for Jack Collom” by Jonathan Montgomery

Jack Collom passed away on July 2nd, 2017 at the age of 85.  Here's a link to the Daily Camera's write up on him  I wrote the following acrostic for Ellie Swensson's Turnout Zine this spring while taking Jack Collom's final Eco Poetics class.     I Wouldn’t Be Here If It Weren’t for Jack Collom   I don’t …

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“Roseanna Frechette vs. Your Stupidly High Rent and Other Bohemian Concerns” by Jonathan Montgomery

The Madwoman I remember a Bohemian Concern I had back in September 2011. I was doing my first feature at the brand new Innisfree Poetry Bookstore & Café and needed to blow the audience away. So I turned to my trusty poetry allies for help, like Marcus If. “I need you to be The Beast …

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“When You Wish Upon a Star: A Constellatory” by Eric Raanan Fischman

On Sunday, March 12th, the Boulder Office of Arts and Culture and the Boulder Writer's Warehouse, the latter headed up by area poet/celestial witch goddess ellie swennson, collaborated in the dedication of a piece of public art. I had spent the early part of that day at Frozen Dead Guy Days in Nederland for the …

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“Why Does Art Matter?” by Jonathan Montgomery

The following article appears in the first edition of Turn Out, a new zine of poetic journalism edited by Ellie Swensson of Boulder Writers Warehouse.  The bi-monthly (every other month) publication is funded by the City of Boulder Office of Arts + Culture, and aims to give exposure to local creative projects and events.  This edition also includes …

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The Women’s March, Feminism, and Empathy by June Lucarotti

“Do you want to come to The Women’s March?” “I’m a guy.” Feminism is not about excluding men. Let’s just get that out of the way. It’s not about exclusion, period. I went to the Women’s March with a man. And with an observer’s eye. At a Boulder Writers Warehouse (BWW) meeting earlier in the …

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The Howloween Boulder Writers Warehouse Fundraiser Party by Urwill Rocks!

Have you been to the Boulder Writers Warehouse yet!? This is the coolest place to find resources for local writers.  Located in the Boulder Creative Collective at 2500 47th St (off east Pearl St, site of the old 303 Vodka distillery), they host writing workshops, meetings, hangouts, events and more.  It can also just a nice …

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