Radial Bloom Awarded Kirkus Star
Brilliant, at once dense and ethereal; rewards multiple readings.
UM English Faculty Member Wins National Poetry Contest
The Phi Beta Kappa Society, the nation’s oldest academic honor society, asked for poems to reflect a favorite discipline in the liberal arts and sciences. Amy Ratto Parks, UM’s assistant director of composition in the English department, chose a middle school Latin lesson for the backdrop of her poem “Verb of Being,” and the society members selected it as the winner
Pictures Of Poets
What began as a personal project of large scale portraits, Pictures of Poets quickly evolved to become a state-wide initiative. Originally inspired by artist, Chuck Close and British photographer, Platon, Spokane photographer, Dean Davis found additional inspiration after attending a poetry reading at the 2017 Spokane Arts Awards. Davis created a multi-disciplinary, multi-media experience showcasing both the portraits and poetry
Amy Ratto Parks And The Lover She Can't Forget
The following highlights are from a conversation with Amy Ratto Parks about her mosaic novel, Radial Bloom
The Song We Say We Do Not Sing
Selections from the anthology Verde Que Te Quiero Verde: Pomes After Federcio Garcia Lorca
Two Poems By Amy Ratto Parks
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Song For The Persistence Of Light
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