Pacific Northwest poet Timothy Pilgrim welcomes you!
Below, sample a new poem (changed every few weeks).
Pilgrim published poems (linked above too) has over 300 published poems, each accompanied by one of his photos.
A new book of 33 Pilgrim poems titled Mapping water is available online at Flying Trout Press and at Bellingham stores like Village Books and the gift shop at Whatcom Museum. The cover is pictured below at the right.
Along with fellow writing-group poets Chuck Luckmann and Paul Piper, Pilgrim has published Bellingham Poems (cover shown below left). The book, also from Flying Trout Press, is available from the same sources.
Pilgrim's work is also included in Noisy Water, an anthology of Whatcom County, Wash., poets (Other Mind Press); Poetry Walk: The Second Five Years (Poetry Walk Press); Idaho's Poets: A Centennial Anthology (University of Idaho Press); Tribute to Orpheus II (Kearney Street Books); and Weathered Pages: The Poetry Pole (Blue Begonia Press).
Newer unpublished poems are available at Pilgrim new unpublished poetry (also linked above).
Unpublished poems from a while ago can be found at Pilgrim older unpublished poems.
See more of Pilgrim's photography and the work of writer and editor, Carolyn Dale (his wife) at Carolyn Dale -- writer and editor.
Stories of the pioneer life of the family of Ella P. Jordan Dale -- called Memoirs: Life on the Farm for the Seven Jordan Sisters 1890-1919, and edited by Dale -- can be purchased as an e-book from Smashwords.com (where the Kindle format is available), BarnesandNoble.com, nationalbookstore.com, ebookmarket.org, ibooks at Apple and others.
In addition, as emeritus associate professor, Pilgrim offers information about the rich in America getting richer, government lies and propaganda, fake journalism, and a potpourri of media criticism -- as well as links to dozens of ALTERNATIVE MEDIA -- at his Western Washington University site, Timothy Pilgrim -- poet and teacher.
Enjoy -- and thanks for visiting!
New Pilgrim poem
In whackBevy, plethora, array, row --pattern, barely controlled, like sexy solar panels, a long line, each laid back, eager to excite the grid, hot to go. Or, mountain spring, simpatico, pent up, pooled, ready to flow. Downstream, a lithe wildflower, in whack, about to discovershe has been sighing of thirst. Timothy Pilgrim
(copyrighted photo by Eugene Dale: Timothy Pilgrim)
Site updated May 2016