Cipota Under the Moon

Now available from Elliot Bay Books. “In Cipota under the Moon, Claudia Castro Luna scores a series of poems as an ode to the Salvadoran immigrant experience in the United […]

Ni Una Más

Conversation about seeking justice for femicide in Mexico through poetry, journalism and law with poet Claudia Castro Luna, lawyer Norma Ledezma Ortega and Seattle Times journalists Corinne Chin and Erika […]

One River, Many Voices

Available now from Chin Music Press. The sales through the press will benefit Columbia Riverkeeper. One River, Many Voices celebrates the Columbia River’s energy, beauty and power. It honors the […]

Spirited Stone Lessons from Kubotas Garden

By Jamie Ford, Gemina Garland Lewis, Thaisa Way Foreword by American Book Award Winner Charles Johnson. Introduction by Thaisa Way, PhD. Short story by New York Times Best Selling Author, Jamie […]

Killing Marías

Find it now at Two Sylvias Press. “In this epic poetry collection Killing Marías, Claudia Castro Luna, both poetically and physically, settles spaces that were unclaimed by Latinas. Her inscription of […]

Seattle Poetic Grid

Seattle Civic Poet, Claudia Castro Luna, launches a poetry map of the city. Seattle Poetic Grid (http://www.seattlepoeticgrid.com) is an interactive poetic cartography of the city and a culmination of Castro […]

Seattle Symphony Project

In February 2017, Claudia Castro Luna collaborated with Seattle Symphony and Mary’s Place on a project in response to Seattle’s State of Emergency Declaration on Homelessness. Selected Press Seattle Symphony […]

Writer’s Resist at Town Hall

From Town Hall Seattle: On Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, as part of a nationwide series of readings celebrating American ideals of freedom and equality, 14 writers read excerpts from […]

This City

“From the very first poem in Luna’s new chapbook, This City, readers understand that Luna has obviously written the book in her role as a Civic Poet, by which I […]