Alaska Poets in Winter ~ 2013

Seattle-Saginaw: The Reach of Theodore Roethke
Defiance Street
CIRQUE - Book Fair Signing - AWP
Blue Moon for Poets Reading
Poetry Parley
Poets in Winter - The Series
Alaska Poets in Winter ~ 2013
Alaska Poets in Winter ~ 2013 - Morgan
Alaska Poets in Winter ~ 2013 - Emily Wall
Live & Moving, 2012
Amazing M-P
Spenard Jazz Festival
Kleven as poet
Creative Process
Fremont Show
"Like This" -- in production
HeartWorks Press
HeartWorks Press Catalog
Mike's Vita
Aniak dances
Poems on the Fly 2010
Poem at Christmas - 2009
"To the Moon" - Roethke
Roethke Score
Roethke - Running commentary
Roethke Poetry
Roethke film - Raw footage
"To the Moon! Credits
Poster - The Making of Roethke tribute
T-Shirts and more for Roethke
Production Stills
"Plotting" Midnight Sun Cafe
Naked Seattle - Fremont Solstice
BHS Class of '63



John Morgan


Emily Wall

Also, Cirque news
(click cover for cirquejournal.com)


Alaska Poets in Winter
An annual on-line chat
Facilitated by
poet and editor 
Sandy Kleven 

Click photo for poems from
John Morgan.
Click photo above for
three poems from
Emily Wall's collection, Liveaboard.

The Andy Hope Award with
Vivian Faith Prescott

Read more about
John Morgan, below.


Forms of Feeling by, poet, John Morgan


Spear Fishing on the Chatanika
Click covers to find these
titles on Amazon.


Liveaboard, by Emily Wall
Click the cover image,
above, to go
to Liveaboard
on Amazon.

Emily Wall

Emily Wall is a poet and Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Alaska Southeast in Juneau. She has been published in a number of literary journals in the U.S. and Canada. She has two books of poetry, Liveaboard (2012) and Freshly Rooted (2007) both published by Salmon Poetry.

Chat with both poets,
Sunday, February 24, 1 - 3 pm

Learn more about
Poetry Parley
a free poetry event
every 3rd Wednesday at
Out North Contemporary Art House


Parley Facilitator,
DC MeKenzie reads, below.



John Morgan

John Morgan has published four books of poetry, most recently Spear-Fishing on the Chatanika: New and Selected Poems, as well as a collection of essays, Forms of Feeling: Poetry in Our Lives. His work has appeared in The New Yorker, Poetry, APR, The Paris Review, The Alaska Quarterly Review, Cirque, The New Republic, and many other journals. Morgan studied with Robert Lowell at Harvard and won the Academy of American Poets’ Prize at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. He moved to Fairbanks in 1976 to teach in the Creative Writing program at UAF. In 2009, he served as the first Writer-in-Residence at Denali National Park.


3978 Defiance Street

Anchorage, Alaska 99504

Link to CIRQUE @ AWP