Upcoming readings in 2017
- October 8, Stonehenge Studio Poetry Series with Amanda Turner, 3508 SW Corbett Ave, Readings at 7 and open-mic at 8pm.
September 21, 2017 Thursday, at Backstory Books as part of the “Fo Po” series, 6010 SE Foster, 7pm
July 27, Another Read Through Bookstore, 3932 N. Mississippi, Portland. 7-8 pm
June 22, 2017, 6:30-8:30 pm as part of the Phantom Drift Ensemble Reading at Milepost 5 Chapel at 8155 NE Oregon In Portland, Oregon.
May 6, 2017, 2-4 pm at the Pond House ( 10660 SE 21st Ave, Milwaukie, Oregon). A lovely venue for the reading launch of Poeming Pigeons spring garden issue.
March 19, 2017 at the White Dog Salon, 3pm. Poets whose work appears in the anthology The Absence of Something Specified share reading of their poems and other poems from the collection.
December 4, 2016, as part of a readingby five women poets, The Feral Poets, at the Thurman Street Library in Portland in the Free-Range Poetry program. Other readers Shawn Aveningo, Cathy Cain, Carolyn Martin and Pattie-Palmer Baker.
November 13, 2016, 5pm at Ford Food & Drink (2505 SE 11th Ave ), Portland, Oregon as part of the Poeming Pigeon’s launch of the fall poetry of music issue.
August 25, 2016, Another Read Through bookstore, 3932 N. Mississippi Avenue, Portland, Oregon Tricia Knoll and Nancy Slavin read from their poetry collections about life on the Oregon Coast, 7-8 pm
June 6, 2016 at the Thurman Street branch of Multnomah County Library reading from Ocean’s Laughter and joining poets Tom Hogan and Tiel Ansari as part of the Free-Range Poetry series.
April 20, 2016 Ford Food & Drink for the book launch of the Poeming Pigeon’s Doobie or Not Doobie. C
April 14, 2016 at Another Read Through Bookstore (3932 N. Mississippi in Portland) with other poets from VoiceCatcher.
April 5, 2016 Reading at O’Connors Irish Pub (in the Vault)
Multnomah Village area of Portland as part of the Attic Institute’s reading for people who won part of their winter writing contest.
March 16, 2016 as part of the “Show and Tell” series at Sounds Grounds Cafe at 3701 SE Belmont reading from Ocean’s Laughter.
March 5, 2016: 7-9 pm Tsunami Books at 2585 Willamette Street in Eugene, Oregon. A great group of women reading poetry in Celebration of National Woman’s Month.
November 8, 2015 A reading from VoiceCatcher: a journal of women’s voices & visions as part of the Stonehenge Poetry Series at Stonehenge Studios, Tricia read with poets Cathy Cain, Juleen Johnson, Darla Mottram and Jennifer Kemnitz.
November 2, 2015 The launch of The Poeming Pigeon: Poems about Food at Ford Food & Drink Portland, Oregon. Featured poets included Carolyn Martin, Claudia F. Savage, Dan Raphael, Elizabeth Moscoso, Cathy Cain, Helen Kerner, Linda Ferguson, Nathan Tompkins, Paulann Petersen, Tammy Robacker, Shawn Aveningo, Terri Niccum, and Tricia Knoll.
November 4, 2015 from 7 to 8:30pm, the Milwaukie Poetry Series isponsored a sampling of the voices from Of Course, I’m a Feminist! with a feminist theme. Scheduled readers — Judith Arcana, Tricia Knoll, Sharon Wood Wortman, Carter McKenzie, Ila Suzanne, Brittney Corrigan, Pam Crow, Gail Barker and Shawn Aveningo
July 13, 2015 at Sounds Grounds as part of the Show & Tell Gallery — gardening poems!
April 10, 2015 at TaborSpace (54th and SE Belmon). Tricia will be reading with a panel of poets who contribute to Cirque Journal – A Literary Journal for the North Pacific Rim.
April 20, 2015 at Glyph Cafe, 804 NW Couch Street, Portland as part of a VoiceCatcher program that will include poems by Tricia Knoll, Barbara Lamorticella, Hannah Sims, and Helen Kerner.
March 8, 2015 at TaborSpace (54th and SE Belmont). Tricia will be one of a group of poets reading to celebrate International Women’s Day sponsored by Soapstone.
January 20, 2015 at Milepost 5, (Sponsored by Elohi Gadugi Journal). Tricia read from Urban Wild and her work in progress, The Ocean’s Laughter.
November 10, 2014, Ford Food + Drink, Portland, Oregon 97202 Tricia read poems at the book launch of Keeping It Weird — Poems & Stories of Portland.
Tricia has a voice disability known as spasmodic dysphonia (SD). What some describe as a “strangled” voice she prefers to think of as edgy. Her SD does not prevent her from giving poetry readings with great enthusiasm. Several poems about spasmodic dyphonia appear on the online journal section of this site. Two of her posted poems, “Crabby Apples” and “If We Crack, Let’s Do It Together” include recordings of her reading of these poems.