Future Readings‎ > ‎

June 20, 2019

Christopher Luna
served as the first poet laureate of Clark County, Washington from 2013 to 2017. In 2018, Flowstone Press published his first full-length collection, Message from the Vessel in a Dream. Luna has an MFA from the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, and is the cofounder of Printed Matter Vancouver, a Northwest small press providing editing and coaching. He founded the popular Vancouver, Washington reading series Ghost Town Poetry Open Mic in 2004.

See Facebook event.
Toni Lumbrazo Luna
is a poet, editor, visual artist, and the author of two poetry books: Jesus Is a Gas and Wind Wing. She cofounded Printed Matter Vancouver, a small press which provides editing and writing coaching. Although originally from central New York, she’s made the Pacific Northwest her home for thirty years. She cohosts the Ghost Town Poetry Open Mic in Vancouver, Washington and serves on the Clark County Arts Commission.