Last Tuesdays Poetry Group; November 27, 2018

by Danielle Champíet-Coronado We closed out 2018 with a phenomenal reading by Sam Roxas-Chua. Nearly an all-star gathering, some of the top names in Pacific Northwest poetry came out to support his reading and to share some of their own art. On such a night one can feel the essence of great poets past drawing […]

Clark County Poets Directory!

At last, we will have one! This directory will be great for the poetry community to know each other or at least of each other. It will also be great for those looking to build their writing resume and gain recognition with publishers. The requirements are not difficult. If you’ve never been published before, don’t […]

Last Tuesdays Poetry; August 28, 2018

    by Danielle Champiet-Coronado Greatness isn’t achieved without a few follies and this poetry event was no exception to either. At first I thought that we were being punked by Gilbert & Sullivan or that Rod Serling would poke his head out from behind the stacks and say “gotcha!” Such was not the case. […]

Run The Red Lights by Ed Skoog

by Danielle Champiet-Coronado Ever have a conversation with a book? Not a self-help book, but a real book. I never have – until now. My typical relationship with a book is to immerse myself in the story. So fun to do! Just cuddle up in my favorite reading spot with a giant cup of coffee […]

The Divine Ms. Alicia’s Divinity School

by Danielle Champiet-Coronado   Book lovers were treated to a double-pleasure this past April 24th at the Barnes and Noble bookstore in Vancouver, WA. The first was a reading of a children’s book accompanied by the largest xylophones I have ever seen. The second was the divine Ms. Alicia Jo Rabins reading selections from her […]