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Packed to the gills with poets: Salty wordsmiths wash up  in Astoria for FisherPoets
JOSHUA BESSEX — The Daily Astorian
Packed to the gills with poets: Salty wordsmiths wash up in Astoria for FisherPoets
More than 80 salty wordsmiths from around the U.S., British Columbia and Finland washed up in Astoria this weekend for the FisherPoets Gathering.

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