The Clatsop Community College Foundation, working closely with Nancy Cook, faculty advisor for RAIN Magazine, received a $1,500 grant from the Clatsop County Cultural Coalition to support the printing of the 2014 edition of the magazine.
RAIN Magazine incorporates visual art, heritage and humanities in a diverse range of creative expression. Poetry, nonfiction, fiction and original artwork will address this year’s new theme – Neighbors & Neighborhoods. A special section will focus on our growing Hispanic community. Creative writing and images will celebrate our neighbors and neighborhoods, highlighting unique aspects of place and community through stories, essays, poems, artwork and photographs. RAIN will reflect the sense of place and community with which we can each identify. In 2014, RAIN will be enhanced by use of a higher quality offset printing process, and the number of copies produced will be increased to expand distribution.
For additional information about RAIN Magazine, contact Nancy Cook.