from my email of a bulletin board about the recent reading at the Phoenix in memory of Eugene--
"Hi Layne, It was very cool to hear a whole raft of fine poems, from one excellent poet after another. The audience was small, however. Doesn't Petaluma support its poets? (Well, that might be the same story a lot of places.)
"What about PoetPrism? Is it still going? I still have a poem I'd like to send around...if I get another invitation to join.
"Hope you're doing well.
"Best, Clive [Matson]"
Clive, how did this night go? We'll miss our poet friend. Layne -----
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From: "Clive Matson" email@example.com
Sent: Saturday, September 24, 2005 9:39 PM
Subject: Po: Poets Against the War Sunday September 25 in Petaluma
IN MEMORY OF EUGENE RUGGLES Poets Against the War 4pm to 7pm Sunday, September 25 Sam Hamill [did not show] Geri Digirono,Clive Matson, Andrena Zawinski, Martin Hickel, Prartho Sereno,Gerald Nicosia, Joyce Jenkins[did not appear] Dancing Bear [not present, as far as I saw] Lucy Lang Day and others Open reading at 6pm
Phoenix Theatre 201 Washington Street Petaluma, California (707) 762-3566 (Take 101 North to Petaluma Washington Street Exit Go west on Washington two blocks past Petaluma Boulevard)
Funds donated will be used to help publish Ruggles' last collection of poems, "Enough."
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