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Book tells story of open mic sessions

The Columbian
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Andresen/St. Johns — Christopher Luna, founder of Ghost Town Poetry open mic night at Cover to Cover Books and Expresso, has published a book covering the history of the open mic readings. Besides the story of the growth of a literary community in Vancouver, Ghost Town Poetry includes an anthology of poems by authors who have read at the popular open mic night. The book is available at Cover to Cover Books, 6300 N.E. St. James Road., Suite 104B, and through Amazon.com.

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