Printed Matter Vancouver Poets at Poets in the Park in Redmond, WA on July 20, 2019
We are proud to have been invited to participate in this year’s Poets in the Park festival in Redmond, WA. At 4pm, Printed Matter Vancouver co-founders Toni Lumbrazo Luna and Christopher Luna will read with all of the Clark County poets for whom we have published debut books: Tiffany Burba, Matthew Eiford-Schroder, and Jenney Pauer.
Poets in the Park organizer Michael Dylan Welch has also asked Christopher to read from his recently published full-length debut Message from the Vessel in a Dream during a new book showcase that will take place at 3pm.
Consider taking a road trip for this fun event featuring more than 70 poets from around the region: http://www.graceguts.com/poets-in-the-park
Here is some of the information about the event that can be found on Michael’s website:
Poets in the Park 2019
Celebrating the Land
Saturday, 20 July 2019, 11:00 am to 6:00 pm — FREE!
Anderson Park | 7802 168th Ave NE | Redmond, Washington
Teachings of the First People: Native American Story and Myth
with Roger Fernandes, Lower Elwah S’Klallam Tribal Storyteller
Music by Band of Poets
Environment-themed poetry workshops by Christianne Balk, Tara Hardy, Jeffrey Morgan, and Carolyne Wright
Washington Poetic Routes reading coordinated by Claudia Castro Luna, Washington state poet laureate
Poetry readings by more than a dozen organizations
More than 65 featured poets
New book showcase readings
Art installations by Centro Cultural Mexicano / Los Pajaros Gallery and VALA Arts (plus craft activities)
Chalk art, poetry on sticks, and other surprises, plus free ice cream!
Poets in the Park in 2019 will once again feature groups and organizations, with 25-minute reading slots, this year mostly with an environmental theme. We also have 55-minute workshops, our book fair, vendors, open-mic readings, installations, ice cream, and more—and it’s all free! You can find the schedule here. If you have questions, please contact Michael Dylan Welch.
Enjoy poetry readings and performances on our Café and Picnic Shelter stages, workshops in our workshop cabin, and activities, installations, and vendors throughout the park, plus our poetry book fair (coordinated by Brick and Mortar Books, with no commission taken)—all FREE! Bring your own lunch to enjoy on the lawn or in our café area. Chalk poetry, hula hoops, Haiku on Sticks, art/craft activities for kids and adults (sponsored by VALA Arts), RASP poetry anthology poems on sticks, and more! And great summer weather too!
See the Facebook event. Tweet to #poetsinthepark.