Poet Tess Gallagher shares a portion of her essay, “Two Northwests” with the audience at Railroad Bridge Park’s amphitheater on July 25, flanked by some of the poets published in the new book, “Keep a Green Bough: Voices from the Heart of Cascadia.” “Keep a Green Bough” was published this summer by Empty Bowl press and its “Madrona Project” journal of prose and poetry. Its pages travel, in words and visual art, around the Pacific Northwest to the traditional lands of the Coast Salish and other native tribes. Sequim Gazette photo by Emily Matthiessen

Poet Tess Gallagher shares a portion of her essay, “Two Northwests” with the audience at Railroad Bridge Park’s amphitheater on July 25, flanked by some of the poets published in the new book, “Keep a Green Bough: Voices from the Heart of Cascadia.” “Keep a Green Bough” was published this summer by Empty Bowl press and its “Madrona Project” journal of prose and poetry. Its pages travel, in words and visual art, around the Pacific Northwest to the traditional lands of the Coast Salish and other native tribes. Sequim Gazette photo by Emily Matthiessen

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Poet Tess Gallagher shares a portion of her essay, “Two Northwests” with the audience at Railroad Bridge Park’s amphitheater on July 25, flanked by some of the poets published in the new book, “Keep a Green Bough: Voices from the Heart of Cascadia.” “Keep a Green Bough” was published this summer by Empty Bowl press and its “Madrona Project” journal of prose and poetry. Its pages travel, in words and visual art, around the Pacific Northwest to the traditional lands of the Coast Salish and other native tribes. Sequim Gazette photo by Emily Matthiessen

Poet Tess Gallagher shares a portion of her essay, “Two Northwests” with the audience at Railroad Bridge Park’s amphitheater on July 25, flanked by some of the poets published in the new book, “Keep a Green Bough: Voices from the Heart of Cascadia.” “Keep a Green Bough” was published this summer by Empty Bowl press and its “Madrona Project” journal of prose and poetry. Its pages travel, in words and visual art, around the Pacific Northwest to the traditional lands of the Coast Salish and other native tribes. Sequim Gazette photo by Emily Matthiessen

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