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room, every neighborhood we pass through is blossom-full, the air is
clean and crisp, the light is lovely and oft-shifting (glinting so
magnificently off magnolias and green, bouncing off white blooms) ...
we've met delightful people at shows and homes and restaurants, and
are thrilled by the proliferation of lush community gardens.
This afternoon we performed at University of Washington, thanks to the
great organizing work of Kai Kohlsdorf, who read from his essay
"Resexing Trans" from make/shift no. 6. We were also joined by Laura
"Piece" Kelley, whose poetry selections resonated beautifully with
Hilary's film, both speaking of seedballs and outsider vision enacted
with joy and fun fashion.
And it was great to see recLAmation, Mattilda's and Gina's All That
Sheltering Emptiness, and Lex Gumbs's To You Who Understand in a
theater space with a big screen and deep darkness.
Tomorrow, we're gonna check out a city park that's home to dozens of
permaculture projects, the Cascade People's Center and P-Patch, and a
local farmers' market before our evening show at Left Bank Books. --Jess