On February 6, Poet William Mawhinney presented his farewell as the 13-year host of the Port Townsend Washington Northwind Poetry Reading series. At the start of National Poetry Month, his message will inspire all of us to listen to poetry read by poets, and perhaps a few who might want to create or help with … Continue reading →
About William Mawhinney
William Mawhinney retired from Ratheon and began leading monthly poetry circles at a local library. Now in the NW, he organizes and hosts the Northwind Reading Series in Port Townsend and performs poetry in local retirement homes. His collections are Songs in My Begging Bowl and Cairns Along the Road. Email him to order: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week during National Poetry Month, William Mawhinney offers us an account of the way sound is at the root of his poetry practice. His books, Songs in My Begging Bowl, which appeared in 2002, and Cairns Along the Road, which appeared in 2009, are both available through him for $10 each. To order, email … Continue reading →