A thousand years from now, due to a series of massive continental floods, there will be no good reason to write letters. I will be suffering greatly, and I will have a waterproof box to keep my letter writing supplies. My mother will live in a bungalow deep
The day I uncapped the bell jar your absence rang loud in my ears The roaring sound laid waste to everything in it’s wake Forcing me into hibernation When I awoke I closed my hands into fists Clenched my jaws until they ground my teeth to a powder
As part of Cascade Campuses “Common Hour” experiment, all are invited to a lecture and reading of poetry from the First World War. Tony Greiner, a librarian at the campus, will give an overview of English-language poetry from the war, and volunteers will stand and read some of
When taking aim at drug and gang violence no one is an innocent bystander. This sentiment is reflected in the portrayal of events that took place in the media after the shooting death of Eric Jacob Takemoto, a 30 year old PCC student, as reported by The Bridge
CASCADE Wednesday March 5th, 2014 March is Women’s History Month! To celebrate, the Cascade Campus Women’s Resource Center is hosting a Spoken Word event honoring women of character, courage, and commitment. This celebration of women’s lived experience will take place this Wednesday from 4:30-8 pm in the MAHB
Portland, Oregon–I had the pleasure of attending the book launch for Justin W. Price’s newly published book Digging to China. I got to sit down with Justin in December and interview him about his book which at the time was an ebook. Recently his book got picked up
Justin Price, author of the recently published eBook, Digging to China, and Rock Creek The Bridge editor talks to Grace Morlock about his collection of poems. Author Justin Price is turning to the internet to build a fan base and to turn the literary world on its ear.