I just live here. Way easier to just say fudge it and solicit well-known writers, to publish the work of your buddies. Who wants to talk about line breaks or narrative arc at a bar? And chalk it up to whatever you want—food carts or fixed gear bicycles or fancy coffee or the social acceptance of scruffy beards on upper-middle-class-middle-aged-men—PDX, OR is a city that is perpetually in the news these days.
Portland is a great city for a writer to live in, but every city is a great city for a writer to live in; you just have to work on what, day after day, you are attempting to do to the best of your abilities.
Competition in the arts also exists, and writers measure themselves accordingly. Make the books look as nice as possible or not. And my third, which is essentially what I wrote back to her: Dos, Estlin Cummings, Bishop, Scott.
I might be wrong. Say it proud, with a badge in your mouth. Have you heard the word clique? What have I done to foment more critical, craft-based literary discussions among my fellow PDX writers?
There are no jobs and it rains all the time. I like talking about artistic technique, about style, structure; doing so with writers of both similar and dissimilar minds from my own has drastically affected the way I receive, consider and understand different types of writing.
Nor, I think, was anyone else. Everyone also wants to publish poetry in The New Yorker. So if you feel screwed over in some way, if you feel underrepresented and rejected for no reason, start your own press.
In this case that somewhere she was thinking about was Portland. This means simply that you are involved and give a shit enough to be involved, and people recognize that. Social tolerance and acceptance is easy to find in Portland. In various ways, good and bad, that might be important.
Solicit and publish whoever you want. Social media the shit out of them, etc. Nothing, in all honesty. I miss those talks and discussions. Many of the places I got accepted I had emailed with someone there or even met them.
None so far as I was concerned. The scene is just that people are creating. My first impulse was to say: Do I even have time for what I want?So what is it about this city that's different from other urban destinations?
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We’re talking about Portland, Oregon, here, not Portland, Maine. (Although mad respect to PDX, ME, home of the Portland Seadogs, the best minor league baseball team in the history of the universe). I have spent about % of my life in the city of Portland, but I have to say that it was the most enjoyable % of my life.
I will move to Portland one day or I will die trying. But there are four things that strongly militate against me being a good Portland resident: 1. I couldn't grow a full beard if my life depended on it (damn Asian genes!).