Tag Archives: Gary Geddes

Convergence Writers’ event provokes thoughtful writing

It’s clear from daily news headlines from around the world that we’re living in a fractured time, a time when politicians and extremists exploit the divisions between us. This year’s Convergence Writers’ Weekend theme, ‘We Will Not Be Separated,’ aimed … Continue reading

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Convergence Writers’ Weekend a Unique Opportunity

by Sean Arthur Joyce and Tom Wayman The deadline is fast approaching for the chance to have your imaginative writing responded to by one of Canada’s best known activist authors at the 4th annual Convergence Writers’ Weekend in beautiful New Denver, … Continue reading

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Giving Imaginative Shape to Vanishing Legends: The Poetry of Gary Geddes

A review of What Does a House Want? by Gary Geddes, Red Hen Press, Sacramento CA, 2014 “…giving imaginative shape to vanishing legends, mine and yours.” Gary Geddes: The Writer as Witness, from Out of the Ordinary—Politics, Poetry and Narrative, … Continue reading

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