Overcrowded Detention Centers Create Pandemic Hotbeds

by Danielle Champíet Since news of the Covid-19 pandemic officially caught fire in the U.S. and states took serious measures to quash it, I have been waiting to see how our immigration detention centers would act. Called out heavily before the outbreak for their inhumane treatment of immigrants; sexual assaults, wrong medications given out, lack […]

Poetry Moves; A Celebration Of Poetry

by Danielle Champíet-Coronado Enjoying its fourth year, Poetry Moves celebrated with music, dance and much poetry at the Vancouver Community Library on April 28, 2019. A collaboration between Artstra (formerly Arts of Clark County) and C-Tran, the program is designed to promote art and artists throughout Clark County by displaying poetry on C-Tran buses. Dividing […]

Last Tuesdays Poetry Group; March 26, 2019

by Danielle Champíet-Coronado We were doubly blessed this month to have been treated to two great poets in one evening. Drawing one of our largest crowds, Emily Van Kley and Jon Lupin braved the elements and bad traffic to deliver vivacious and uproarious readings. It was an unforgettable evening. Emily Van Kley won the imaginary […]

Application of Shadows Book Launch!

by Danielle Champíet-Coronado Application of Shadows, the newest collection by A. Molotkov, was given a proper christening on November 19th at Broadway Books in Portland, OR. The charming store located near the Lloyd Center Mall overflowed with attendees, all there to welcome this amazing work of literary art into the world. And what a party! […]

Last Tuesdays Poetry; October 30, 2018

  by Danielle Champiet-Coronado As we gathered on this most festive of occasions to commune with the artistic voices of the past and present, our eyes were treated to a plethora of delights. With the sun setting on All Hallows Eve, Barnes and Noble prepared for the season of merriment and giving. Beautiful decorations adorned […]