By Danielle Champiet-Coronado Forgive: the intentional and voluntary process by which a victim undergoes a change in feelings and attitude regarding an offense: letting go of negative emotions. The road to forgiveness can be difficult and tumultuous, but no other road is more worthwhile to travel. It’s how we cross over to peace and happiness […]
By Danielle Champiet-Coronado As thqe sun concluded its brilliant light show and bid good-night with a dazzling array of stars, literature lovers amassed to the Barnes & Noble in Vancouver for the open mic Poetry Group. The reading was of two of the most poignant books in the gender equality movement; Veils, Halos and Shackles and Raising […]
This is one of the most beautiful poems I’ve ever read. So moving and sincere and full of love: https://wp.me/p7OcLK-1OG
By Danielle Champiet-Coronado Something mischievous this way blows and the room was afire with Halloween prose. There were ghosts and mummies and ghouls one and all, light-hearted humor and celebrations of fall. Great works they were and no, I’m not braggin’. Stories of woe and of hope and a bit about a dragon! Beware to […]
This is going to be a great event! All are welcome to join us on the 28th.
By Danielle Champiet-Coronado One of the things that I love most about the poetry groups at Barnes and Noble is all of the interesting and talented people that I meet each month. From newcomers to regular attendees to the guest poets, their stories and art are so fascinating. September’s guest poet is incredibly accomplished, enormously […]
“We swim as far as there is ocean to believe in” One of my favorite lines from The Catalog Of Broken Things by A. Molotkov. It resonated with me from the moment I first read it. In life we are taught that broken things have no value. They are garbage to be discarded and replaced […]