Blood Flower, February 1, 2015
Wild In The Plaza of Memory, 2012
Crazy Love, 2009
Scattered Risks, 2005
One Legged Dancer, 2002
Finding Peaches In The Desert, 2000
Order Books at:
Antigone, Maria's, Elk River, Union
Street & Powell's Books & from the author.
Southern Book Fair, Nashville, TN
Guaymas, Mexico during full moon
Reading at Lone Star State College hosted by Melissa Studdard in Houston in 2015.
OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM ENDS
A bluebird slips between electric wires,
and I remember waking to the radio static
of the Vice President
saying there was no choice but war,
but there were no plans for war, a confabulation
confusing as the tongue of a captive raven, split
so he’ll talk to amuse the neighbor
who nursed the raven back to health
after it was hit by a car in the street
and now keeps it caged in a backyard
where it has learned the price of being saved.
from Blood Flower
Pam's poem, "Green Flame," featured by the Academy of American Poets in Poem-A-Day Series curated by Joy Harjo on April 15th. www.poets.org
Earth Day Celebration Reading with Joy Harjo, Naomi Shihab Nye, Jane Hirshfield, William Pitt Root, hosted by Kai Coggins on Open Mic on Earth Day, April 22nd, 7 p.m. CDT and 5 p.m. PDT.
Pam's poem, "No April Fools," featured by Black Earth Institute for their Writers Respond to the Pandemic Series the entire month of April. www.blackearthinstitute.org
Pam reads her poem, "No April Fools," at Poetry Open Mic, New York City, April15.
Writing the Wild Poetry Intensive Ghost Ranch, New Mexico last week of June. go to www.ghostranch.org for info
Pam reads and gives a political poetry writing workshop via Zoom for the Tucson Poetry Festival on April 18th at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. PDT.
Poetry Workshop at Elk River Writers Conference, Chico Hot Springs, Montana August, 2020.
Poetry Reading at University of Utah Music Department, October 3, 2020
Pam's new collection of poems, REFUGEE, will be published by Red Hen Press, Los Angeles, California!
Pam was Guest Editor for About Place Journal: Dignity as an Endangered Species in the 21st Century. Read this phenomenal collections at www.aboutplacejournal.org