Jesse Minkert

November 27, 2023

Jesse Minkert’s work has appeared in about fifty literary journals including the Cream City Review, Confrontation, Mount Hope, the Floating Bridge Review, the Minetta Review, Poetry Northwest, Common Knowledge, and Harpur Palate. Thanks to Raven Chronicles, he is a 2016 Pushcart Nominee. Over twenty years he has written about fifty short radio stories that were […]

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Kevin J. O’Conner

November 17, 2023

Kevin J. O’Conner is a poet, editor, photographer, graphic designer, composer, and artist based in Bellingham, Washington. Artist Support Program 1994

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Charlie Burks

October 19, 2023

Charlie Burks (1946-2018) was a Seattle poet; author of the play Marvin, the Nephew of God and the book/CD Since the Ace; coordinated Western Edge, a writers publication put out by Arts Resource Services; and was a regular at Red Sky Poetry Theater. Artist Support Program 2000: Since the Ace

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Sasa Mlakar

October 18, 2023

Sasa Mlakar is a singer, composer, poet and movement artist whose work seeks to explore the relationship between those disciplines. Artist Support Program 2001

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Richard Gibbons

October 17, 2023

Richard Gibbons (1932-2023) was a fiction and non fiction writer and storyteller based in Seattle. He edited for newspapers and magazines, wrote articles for The New Republic and Washington Magazine, and co-wrote and illustrated a volume of folk tales called Tejocote published by Mexico’s Editorial Novaro. Dick also wrote stories for Ellery Queen and songs […]

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Folasayo Dele-Ogunrinde

October 16, 2023

Award-winning Nigerian writer, visual artist, performance poet, public speaker, filmmaker, and actor Folasayo Dele-Ogunrinde (1968-2013) was a self-taught artist versed in several disciplines including visual arts, theater, and writing. She wrote an award winning play entitled The Woman with a Past, and a book of poetry titled Conversations with the Soul at 3:00AM. She performed […]

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George R. Wolfe

September 13, 2023

George R. Wolfe is the founder of both The LaLa Times, dubbed “The Onion for L.A.,” and LA River Expeditions, a group that advocates for endangered rivers. His activist work has been featured in The New York Times, PBS, BBC, and in the documentary Rock the Boat: Saving America’s Wildest River. Wolfe’s first novel, Blake’s […]

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Kate Miller

September 13, 2023

Kate Miller’s work has been published many places, including the anthology The Persistent Desire (Alyson) and on Seattle Metro buses. She sells books at Red and Black Books and is a former resident of Hedgebrook cottages. 1997 Writers Program  

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Lauri Conner

September 12, 2023

Lauri Conner is a Cave Canem fellow whose poems have appeared in Sou’wester, Seattle Review, and other journals and anthologies, including The Ringing Ear. She holds a PhD and an MFA from the University of Washington and has taught at Cornish College of the Arts, Antioch University, Seattle Academy, and Seattle Central College. She is the […]

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Paul Hunter

September 8, 2023

Paul Hunter is the author of several poetry collections, including Stubble Field (Silverfish Review Press, 2012), Ripening (Silverfish Review Press, 2006), and Breaking Ground (Silverfish Review Press, 2005), which received the 2005 Washington State Book Award. Of his work, Washington state poet laureate Samuel Green writes, “Wise and generous, when there’s labor to be done, […]

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