Printed Matter Vancouver Congratulates Poetry Moves Season 5 Contest Winners

Printed Matter Vancouver Congratulates Poetry Moves Season 5 Contest Winners

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Please join us in congratulating the winners of the 2018 Poetry Moves contest. Poems will appear on all C-Tran buses in Clark County, WA from January through June 2018. Below you will find information about the upcoming “winners” reading!

2018 Poetry Moves Winners – Name and Poem

April Bullard: Reflections

Diane Cammer: Elevate the Floor

Denise Campbell: One Heart’s Desire (excerpt)

Stella Jeng Guillory: In A Pow Wow

Jennifer Pratt-Walter: At Home

Pat Sciuchetti: Time

Gary F. Suda: Daybreak

Susan Williams: Bus Stop

Angela Winfield: In-Between

Louise Wynn: Who Rides?

Poetry Moves is made possible by a partnership between Arts of Clark County, C-Tran, Printed Matter Vancouver, and Clark County Poet Laureate Christopher Luna. The channel cards which feature the winning poems are designed and created by Cameron Suttles. Many thanks to everyone involved in this project for bringing poetry to the people of Clark County.

Poetry Moves Season Five Launch Event

Sunday, January 14, 2018

12:30 – 2:30 pm

Vancouver Community Library

Columbia Room

901 C Street

Vancouver, WA 98660

We have really enjoyed serving as the judges for this contest for five seasons. It has made us proud to publish so many poets, both adults and students, in a public place seen by so many of our county’s citizens. Please visit the Poetry Moves Facebook page and post any pictures you take of the winning poems.

Christopher Luna, Editor and Clark County Poet Laureate

Toni Luna, Editor & Publisher, Printed Matter Vancouver

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