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  • Lie Your Ass Off: A Poetry Workshop With Michael Haeflinger

    Lie Your Ass Off: A Poetry Workshop With Michael Haeflinger

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  • Poetry as Activism

    Poetry as Activism

    Sure, the media hype surrounding national and local protests for social justice has died down, but the issues are still present, the protests continue, and our conversations about our roles as artists and community members in this collective struggle continue to deepen. As part two of a collaboration with Write253, a youth literary arts non-profit…

  • Poetry as a Tool for Self-Healing

    Poetry as a Tool for Self-Healing

    Everything is a mess nowadays (we’re looking at you, COVID-19, rampant and continued racism against BIPOC , the unsettling state of local and national economy, zealous over-policing, etc.) and it can feel incredibly overwhelming to just get out of bed some mornings and trudge through the day. For some of us, though, poetry and art…

  • Good-Ass Hot Chicken ft. José Olivarez and Britteney Black Rose Kapri

    Good-Ass Hot Chicken ft. José Olivarez and Britteney Black Rose Kapri

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  • We Made the (Paper) Cut!

    BCP is always grateful for a nod of approval from fellow movers and shakers in Tacoma, and this month, in particular, we’re happy to report making it into Move To Tacoma’s newest article, “10 Ways to Get Involved in Tacoma’s Writing Community“ Read the article above to learn more about stellar literary organizations in T-Town,…

  • Listen to the Poem!

    Yes, I did get that from Write253’s Louder Than A Bomb Tacoma poetry slam, but listening to poetry and truly hearing the messages authors are conveying is more important than ever as our country continues to divide itself along political and racial lines. Despite our national division, I see poets, authors, musicians and artists trying to…

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