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! […]
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 […]
by Danielle Champiet-Coronado At the Passing of the Pen ceremony held at the Vancouver Community Library in Vancouver, WA on September 30, 2018, Gwendolyn Morgan was appointed Clark County’s newest Poet Laureate. Clark County Arts Commissioner, LaRae Zawodny, hosted the vivacious event and the community was out en masse to celebrate its new ambassador. Speakers […]
by Danielle Champiet-Coronado A curious book with a lyrical title that sounds like something you’d hear on the radio between Wagner’s ‘Flight of the Valkyries’ and DeBussy’s ‘Claire De Lune’. I say curious because of the book’s unique nature. “It’s written from the perspective of the observer being observed,” Stephen Lackaye, poet and author of […]
via “Garbage Children” innocent victims the Waste Business Mafia in corrupt Mullahs regime of Iran.
by Danielle Champiet-Coronado At the start of this year, public outcry had thundered throughout India after an eight-month old baby girl from New Dehli had been raped. Their voices were joined by others around the world on Twitter and other social media. Sadly that situation is not unique to one city or country. A few […]