Our Time Is NOW!

This November 6th and all of the early voting times leading up to it are the most important elections of our time. Our voices are loudest during these elections and we desperately need to clean the garbage out of our government! We can do it but it’s going to take all of us – no […]

Last Tuesdays Poetry; September 25, 2018

by Danielle Champiet-Coronado We are a world immersed in poetry. From our first nursery rhymes to the music we bathe ourselves in daily; poetry surrounds us constantly. Even the books we love so much have splashes of poetry throughout to make the emotions stronger and the story more tangible. Steinbeck, Hemingway, even Stephen King all […]

Review/Interview: Self-Portrait in Dystopian Landscape

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 […]

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. […]

Last Tuesdays Poetry; July 31, 2018

by Danielle Champiet-Coronado With the sun screaming at the Earth this summer leaving us no escape from its scorching temperatures, where can one go to find a reprieve? My favorite air-conditioned haven is the Barnes and Noble bookstore, especially on the last Tuesday of the month; their poetry event! If great books and friendly, attentive […]