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Summer hoops: off-court chillin'!!

Summer basketball camp is about far more than wins and losses.

Take a look at the previous article and you’ll get a rundown of how the Coupeville High School girls squad did (scores, stats, etc.) on the court at a recent four-day jaunt to Ocean Shores. 562 more words

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Take it to the hoop!!

If you open the gym, they will show up.

Coupeville High School (and its basketball teams) played host to the annual Hoopaholics basketball tourney/fundraiser this weekend. 137 more words

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Genève Chao reviews "The Missing Museum" by Amy King

Amy King’s irascible and incantatory sprawlfest, The Missing Museum, which won the 2015 Tarpaulin Sky Prize (a fact which alone makes it the Heavyweight Champ of World Poetry as that year’s TS Prize anointed literal dozens of books of astonishing breadth and beauty as finalists and semifinalists), begins with a one-poem prologue/manifesto, the beautiful, frustrating “Wake Before Dawn & Salt the Sea,” which reads like a sonnet that refuses to restrain itself to quite the syllables required and yet still manages to convey precision and restraint, and which tells a reader everything about poetry: explicitly, that it is useless, it is fuckworthy, it is love; implicitly, it is the only choice that can be made by this glib, driven, passionate, jaded speaker, or anyone with any intelligence and heart. 779 more words

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"They aim to please!!"

Not so fast, Eagles.

Klahowya might have been feeling pretty good, having pushed the Coupeville High School JV girls basketball squad to the final seconds in a two-point loss Tuesday, but Saturday was a far different story. 442 more words

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She's the King of the world!!

It’s good to be the King.

Every school needs a coach who is absolutely indispensable, willing to take on any and all jobs while showing a special skill at shaping young hearts and minds. 363 more words

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Mayday Magazine

photography by: Kelli Connell

So pleased to be part of a group of LGBT writers in this issue of Mayday Magazine edited by Chase Dimock and Amy King. 34 more words

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Voices of Bettering American Poetry Interview

What’s the earliest experience, or a stand-out experience, you can remember that made you realize that you can be yourself, write as yourself, and write about issues that matter to you? 348 more words

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