Kaia Sand is the author of Remember to Wave (Tinfish Press 2010), a book that is also a walk Sand leads in North Portland investigating political history and current goings-on. She is the author of the poetry collection interval (Edge Books 2004) and coauthor, with Jules Boykoff, of Landscapes of Dissent (Palm Press 2008). She recently embroidered an eight-foot dropcloth poem, which is represented as a broadside for this year’s Dusie Kollektiv. Sand curates Econ Salons, a format blending economic talks with cultural performances. She recently created the Happy Valley Project, an investigation of housing foreclosures and financial speculation that included a magic show, A Tale of Magicians Who Puffed Up Money That Lost Its Puff.