Lane Community Writers Series / 5:30 p.m., Thursday, December 1, 2016 / Room 421, LCC Downtown Campus / 101 West 10th Avenue, Eugene OR

C. Steven Blue — Howard W. Robertson — Janice D. Rubin

C. Steven Blue is a multi-media performance poet and a producer and host of poetry events. He has been published in over a dozen countries. He has been interviewed on television, radio, and in literary magazines.  His work appears in countless journals and anthologies, both in print and online.  His publishing company, Arrowcloud Press, has published the work of other poets, anthologies for the Oregon Poetry Association and the City of Eugene, and six of his own books. He is the pioneering author of the first ever chapbook published as a Facebook page:

Howard W. Robertson is a poet and fiction writer who lives in Eugene, Oregon.  He has published ten books of poems, including Hope Speaks in 2016, and two books of fiction, including Hyperzotica in 2015.  He received Atlanta Review’s International Merit Award in 2014 and won the Sinclair Poetry Prize in 2009.  His poems have been anthologized often, including in Literal Latté: The Anthology in 2008, and his poems and stories have been published in many literary journals, most recently in Yellow Medicine Review and Setting Forth

Janice D. Rubin is a vocational rehabilitation and career counselor.  She received the M.S. in Community Development & Human Services and the B.A. in English Literature, both from the University of Oregon.  Her poems have been published in Tiger’s Eye, Glass, Flutter Poetry Journal, Arabesque and The Quizzical Chair Anthology.  She was nominated for the Pushcart Poetry Prize in 2008. Her chapbook titled Transcending Damnation Creek Trail & Other Poems was published by Flutter Press in 2010.  She is working on her second book of poems, a full collection.

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