Loading…
Welcome to the 6th Annual Ashland Literary Arts Festival! This year’s event focuses on independent story and thought throughout the entire Cascadia region, celebrating not only books, but all forms of expression: literature, poetry, journalism, art, lyrics, comics, film, and documentary. We invite you to come on in, explore the festival schedule, and find the stories that speak to you!

Sign up or log in to bookmark your favorites and sync them to your phone or calendar.

Film [clear filter]
Saturday, October 28
 

10:30am

Timberline Review: Cinema Poetica
Cinema Poetica, the announcement of what short films about poetry have won the CP prize, with viewings of the films. “CINEMA POETICA is an emerging short-film genre. CINEMA POETICA is a film festival celebrating the cinema of poetry.” 

Moderators
TR

Timberline Review

Timberline Review
The Timberline Review is a publication of Willamette Writers, the largest writing organization in the Pacific Northwest. Founded in 1965, Willamette Writers celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2015. The literary journal took hold as a way to celebrate that legacy, and we’re still... Read More →

Saturday October 28, 2017 10:30am - 12:00pm
Room 117 Hannon Library First Floor

12:30pm

Timber Curtain

Timber Curtain: In which a Victorian House is torn down and a poem goes up in its place; in which we read from a new book and screen clips from a new documentary film that goes with the book; in which poetry is depicted as a flimsy architecture subject to renovation and exploration.

Two and a half years ago, news broke that the Pacific Northwest building boom would claim the old Victorian that housed a beloved literary center—Richard Hugo House. In response, Hugo House co-founder Frances McCue launched the documentary Where the House Was, the narration for which became the poetry collection Timber Curtain (Chin Music Press, 2017). Join McCue for selections from the forthcoming film, speculations about ghosts, and renditions of “facademies,” the practice of inserting a new building into the facade of an old one. McCue reproduces this in poetic form and will show visuals to accompany her reading.


Speakers
FM

Frances McCue

Poet, Essayist, Chin Music Press
Frances McCue is a poet, essayist, reviewer and arts instigator. From 1996-2006, she was the founding director of Richard Hugo House in Seattle. In 2011, McCue became the first writer to win the Washington State Book Award for one book (The Bled, a poetry collection from Factory Hollow... Read More →


Saturday October 28, 2017 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Room 117 Hannon Library First Floor