Monthly Archives: September 2009

New Oregon Interview Series Book Night

Audio podcasts up now. Portland writers Jon Raymond, Monica Drake, and Ben Moorad with host Nora Robertson. — plazm blog has moved to http://blog.plazm.com — — plazm design studio: www.plazm.com — — plazm magazine & blog are now published by … Continue reading

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Finally! After All These Years, the Big Award We Have Been Pining For.

Notice the bling. Here’s a link to the “press release.“ — plazm blog has moved to http://blog.plazm.com — — plazm design studio: www.plazm.com — — plazm magazine & blog are now published by new oregon arts & letters: www.neworegon.org —

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Doug Fir Fiction Award Deadline 9/8

Every Story Begins Somewhere At The Bear Deluxe Magazine, the Pacific Northwest environmental arts publication, many short fiction stories and their authors find first recognition through the Doug Fir Fiction Award. Now in its third year, this annual contest celebrates … Continue reading

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Crock – the Motion Picture

As part of PICA’s TBA festival, Crock – the Motion Picture is getting a fresh showing tomorrow night. Plazm editor Jon Raymond and co-conspirator James Yu record live commentary with interjections from cast members and special guests on September 5th. … Continue reading

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Scion Installation 5 LA

Scion Space Presents:Installation 5 | Scion Art Tour: Self Portrait September 12th – September 30th, 2009 Featuring 44 Self-Portraits by: AJ Fosik, Alex Hornest, Andrew Schoultz, Angela Boatwright, Asylm,Blek le Rat, Christina M. Felice, Codak, David Choe, Edwin Ushiro, elYem, … Continue reading

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Graffiti Archaeology: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

I totally forgot about this site until I came across it again today… still just as cool. Unearth the archaeology of a variety of graffiti walls, layer by layer over the years.Dig in here. — plazm blog has moved to … Continue reading

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