Timothy Pilgrim -- Pacific Northwest poet (see TimothyPilgrim.org )
professor emeritus of journalism (Ph.D. Washington, 1989) at Western
Washington University (WWU) -- welcomes you.
All his published and accepted poems (over 300 so far) --
with unpublished poems -- can be found
at the home to his creative work: TimothyPilgrim.org .
A number of
are also linked at the left -- as is information from WWU
journalism courses Pilgrim taught.
A book of Pilgrim's poems, Mapping water, is available
from nonprofit publisher Flying Trout
Bellingham Poems, published in 2014 and featuring
along with co-authors Paul Piper and Chuck Luckmann, is
available from Flying Trout Press (dedicated
education about fragile X -- see the link above) and in Bellingham
Just below, Pilgrim updates information about greed in America and
free press abuses by government.
Also provided are many dozen non-mainstream media
links, as well as a potpourri of media criticism (with many compelling
YouTube video links).
Want to see who visits this site -- and how many? Try this link --
Usage statistics for Hope
& Pilgrim. Worldwide usage stats are available there too by
clicking on any
month and scrolling to the bottom.
Thanks for visiting!
"What we need in the United States is not division. What we need in the
United States is not hatred. What we need in the United States is not
violence and lawlessnes but is love and wisdom and compassion toward one
another and a feeling of justice toward those who still suffer in our
country, whether they be white or whether they be black." --
Bobby Kennedy, speaking on the night of MLK's
"Growth for the sake of growth
is the philosophy of the cancer cell." -- Edward
"The great thieves
punish the little ones." -- Thomas
"It's time to stop letting corporate power make the most important
decisions our planet faces."-- Bill
"The liberty of a democracy is not safe if the people
tolerate the growth of private power to the point where it
becomes stronger than the democratic state itself. That in its
is fascism -- ownership of government by an individual, by a
group or any controlling private power." -- Franklin
Since 1776, the U.S. has been involved in warfare during 222 out of 240
years -- That's 93% of the time.-- Washingtonsblog.com
Similarly, during the 3,400 years of recorded
history, humans have been at been engaged in warfare for 92% of them.-- New York Times
U.S. war efforts in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan have cost about $4
trillion over the past decade. -- the Eisenhower
"Every minute, the United States government spends $1.2 million on the
military." -- oneminuteforpeace.org