Missoula Writing Collaborative http://mtpr.org en Robert Lee & Ashley http://mtpr.org/post/robert-lee-ashley <p></p><p>4/15/14 &amp; 4/16/14: This week on "<a href="http://www.reflectionswest.org/index.php" target="_blank">Reflections West</a>:"</p><p>Robert Lee reflects on his experiences teaching poetry in a fishing town in Alaska. He pairs his thoughts with a poem by an elementary student from Hydaburg.</p><p></p> Wed, 16 Apr 2014 01:00:00 +0000 Beth Anne Austein 17104 at http://mtpr.org Robert Lee & Ashley Kid Writers Read Their Stories and Poems, LIVE, This Afternoon http://mtpr.org/post/kid-writers-read-their-stories-and-poems-live-afternoon <p><span class="rwRRO">Margie Dougherty-Goodburn and several kids who participated in recent workshops through the <a href="http://missoulawritingcollaborative.org/" target="_blank">Missoula Writing Collaborative</a> will be in Studio A this afternoon during Pea Green Boat (4 - 5 p.m.). They'll take turns reading their stories and poems and talk about the process of writing.</span></p> Thu, 06 Mar 2014 16:00:47 +0000 Chérie Newman 15819 at http://mtpr.org Kid Writers Read Their Stories and Poems, LIVE, This Afternoon "A Poem for the End of Summer" http://mtpr.org/post/poem-end-summer <p>All the cracks swerve up the<br>tree making it look old and<br>realistic. Its small leaves swaying<br>and shriveling in the hot sun. When<br>I look at the tip of the tree, the leaves<br>are tiny green dots, but up close I can see veins<br>running down each<br>and every leaf. The sun shines<br>through the leaves creating spots<br>and dots of sun on the grassy ground.<br>One branch multiplying into another<br>creating fractals and patterns of<br>all sorts. You can imagine<br>the root extending into the ground<br>making the tree stable and balanced.</p> Mon, 26 Aug 2013 12:05:00 +0000 Brenna O'Connor 6936 at http://mtpr.org "A Poem for the End of Summer"