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If anyone wants to make their own mid-century clothing, the Albany store can help you out! #vintagefashion

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Gramma Poetry Book Launch at Mother Foucault's

March 21, 2017, 7:00pm - March 22, 2017, 12:00am

HELLO PORTLAND! Please join Gramma to celebrate the releases of its first two full-length books : UGLY TIME, by Sarah Galvin (Seattle), and COMMUNITY GARDEN FOR LONELY GIRLS, by Christine Shan Shan Hou (Brooklyn). Portland Gramma family members Stacey Tran, Shayla Lawson, and Patricia No will also delight us with their words. **FREE + OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. BOOKS ON $ALE. JOIN US IN SOLIDARITY AND LOVE.** SARAH GALVIN is the author of a book of poems, The Three Einsteins (Poor Claudia, 2014) and a book of essays, The Best Party of Our Lives (Sasquatch, 2015). Her poetry and essays can be also found in The Guardian, io, New Ohio Review, Vice Magazine, and Pinwheel, among others. She is a regular contributor to The Stranger newspaper. She is a winner of the 2015 Lottery Grant, a 2015 James W. Ray award nominee, and was considered for what would have been the first Radio Flyer Wagon DUI in Washington State history. CHRISTINE SHAN SHAN HOU is a poet and artist based in Brooklyn, NY. Publications include “I'm Sunlight” (The Song Cave, 2016), C O N C R E T E S O U N D (2011), a collaborative artists’ book with artist Audra Wolowiec, and Accumulations (Publication Studio, 2010). christinehou.com STACEY TRAN is a writer from Portland, OR. She curates Tender Table, a storytelling series about food featuring POC, queer, femme voices. Her work can be found in The Fanzine, diaCRITICS, GRAMMA, and The Volta, among others. Wendy's Subway is releasing her first chapbook, Fake Haiku (February, 2017). staceytran.com SHAYLA LAWSON is the author of I Think I'm Ready to See Frank Ocean (Saturnalia Books, 2018). She has written for Salon, Guernica, & ESPN. She is a former Scholar-in-Residence at the Giorgio Cini Foundation of Venice, Italy and a 2017 MacDowell Fellow. PATRICIA NO is a writer, editor, and publisher in Portland, OR. She is the co-founder of Publication Studio and is an editor at Weekday, an annual literary magazine.

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Some of the new books we have in the shop this week!

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Williams and Bartlett, poets not pears, 3/16 at backstory books

March 16, 2017, 6:30pm - March 16, 2017, 10:00pm

Aside from this being a reading of two fine poets, there’s the portentous connection that ‘Williams” & ‘Bartlett’ are two names of the most common variety of pear. So I feel the energy connections happening at this poetry pearing will be revalationary, and that’s not even considering what biological entities the 6 open mike-less readers will represent. Door opens at 6:30, words fly at 7. John Sibley Williams is the author of nine poetry collections, most recently Disinheritance, and he’s edited two Northwest-themed poetry anthologies. A seven-time Pushcart nominee and winner of various awards, John serves as editor of The Inflectionist Review and works for a local book publisher here in Portland. Sarah Bartlett lives in Portland, OR. Her debut poetry collection, Sometimes We Walk With Our Nails Is Out, was released in 2016 from Subito Press. She is the author of two chapbooks, My Only Living Relative, from Phantom Books, and Freud Blah Blah Blah, from Rye House Press.

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My choice author for "female writers you probably HAVEN'T read but SHOULD read"! Not only was she a pioneer for her race & gender, Butler, along with a few other writers, changed science fiction for the better. Without Butler we might not have seen black women in SFF until much later! #internationalwomensday #womenyoushouldhaveheardof #bookstagram #octaviabutler #mustread #sciencefiction #sff

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