book launch

December 6, 2018

If poetry has a presence in Vancouver, Washington, (and it does), it is largely thanks to Christopher Luna (and his collaborator Toni Lumbrazo Luna). In addition to being a poet, publisher, visual artist, writing coach, teacher, editor, and Clark County Poet Laureate (2013-2017), Luna is the co-founder of Printed Matter Vancouver, monthly wrangler of the Ghost Town Poetry Open Mic, co-creator of the Poets in the Schools program for Clark County, and co-founder of Poetry Moves, a program that places poems by local students and adults on buses in the C-Tran system serving the county.

While he has been involved in the birthing of publications by numerous other poets, until now Christopher Luna has not had a full-length volume of his own poetry. That changes with the November publication of Message from the Vessel in a Dream (Flowstone Press).

On Thursday, December 13, 2018, Ghost Town Poetry Open Mic will host a book launch for Christopher Luna at Angst Gallery in Vancouver. There will be two readings, at approximately 8:00pm and 9:30pm, each preceded by an open mic program. Go.

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