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Camille Perry comes from the mountains of the Big Sky State, but, drawn by the allure of food carts, “the dream of the 90s” and weirdos like herself, has crept closer to the coast and now calls Portland home.
Originally moving to Oregon to work professionally in theater, she found a new calling on the stages of poetry readings in December 2011 with Stone Soup Reading Series. She has also featured with Ink Noise Review, Verse in Person, and Poetics Corvallis. Her self-published chapbook, Quaking, was released in 2012 and she is currently working on her second manuscript.
Eugene Smith is a British/Korean singer/songwriter who plays in a rock band called “Millstone Grit” as well as solo acoustic performances. Eugene Smith formally played gigs in Busan before moving to Portland in 2013 and his all original sets are influenced by groups such as the Beatles, Iggy Pop, David Bowie and Nirvana.
Nathan Tompkins is a poet living the Portland area. Thanks to his pro-active, literary mother, by the age of 9 Nathan was reading Frost, Noyes, Coleridge, and Poe. At 14, Nathan realized he could write, too, and wrote horror and fantasy. He began writing poetry at 15. Nathan’s poems have been published in the Bellwether Review, an annual published by PCC-Rock Creek. This month will see more work featured, in Ghost Town Anthology by Printed Matter. He also has a chapbook out called Junk Mail of the Heart, with another couple to be released soon, all by Pub Rejects Press. When he’s not writing, Nathan enjoys photography and studying to be an IT nerd at PCC.