Arne Pihl

December 30, 2022

Arne Pihl lives in a large Northwestern city once famous the world over for fishing fleets, shipyards, and ripping off Alaskans, but it has since fallen into overgrown ruin: pavement, traffic, and gawkers thick as the blackberries once were. You’ve probably never even heard of the place. He’s been employed as a bartender, an agricultural […]

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Claudia Mauro

December 30, 2022

Claudia Mauro is a poet, science writer, and the founding director of the nonprofit literary publisher, Whit Press. She is the recipient of two Seattle Arts Commission CityArtist Grants, and a Wyoming Arts Council Creative Writing Fellowship in Poetry. She is a voting member of the National Book Critics Circle, PENAmerica, and The Council of […]

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Rebecca Loudon

December 30, 2022

Rebecca Loudon is a writer, violinist, and teacher. She is on the editorial board of the literary journal Literary Salt. Rebecca’s work has recently been published in Crab Orchard Review, The Portland Review, Pacific Review, and Pontoon 5, among other print and online journals. Rebecca was a winner of the 2000 Richard Hugo House writing […]

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Gregory Hischak

December 30, 2022

Gregory Hischak’s short plays Hygiene and Poor Shem have been produced as part of Actors Theatre of Louisville’s Apprentice/Intern Tens program and both were restaged as part of the Humana Festival of New American Plays (2010 and 2014, respectively). His full-length play, The Center of Gravity, won the 2009 Clauder Prize and premiered at Portland […]

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Laura Gamache

December 30, 2022

Laura Gamache reads, writes and teaches poetry. She has published work in journals, anthologies, on buses, on radio, in chapbooks, and on-line. She teaches through Seattle Arts & Lectures Writers in the Schools and other programs. She received an MFA from the University of Washington in 1993, and hasn’t written fiction since. 2002 Writers Program

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Cody Walker

December 29, 2022

Cody Walker lives in Seattle, where he teaches English at the University of Washington and poetry at Washington Middle School. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Shenandoah, The Cream City Review, The Madison Review, The Cortland Review, and Poetry Motel. He received an MFA degree from the University of Arkansas, and he served […]

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Ron Starr

December 29, 2022

Ron Starr lives and writes in Seattle. He is an editor at Floating Bridge Press. His poems have appeared in Crab Creek Review, WordWrights, StringTown, Chrysanthemum, and other journals. His work also appeared in the Northwest Concrete and Visual Poetry Exhibition 2002. His current interests include prose poems and procedural methods of writing. 2003 Writers […]

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Joannie Stangeland

December 29, 2022

Joannie Kervran Stangeland is a poet and editor. Her chapbook Weathered Steps was published in 2002 by Rose Alley Press. A Steady Longing for Flight won the Floating Bridge Press Chapbook Award in 1995. Her work has also appeared in Rattapallax, Fine Madness, Crab Creek Review, and other publications. Joannie lives with her family in […]

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Ted McMahon

December 29, 2022

Ted McMahon has lived and worked in the Northwest since 1972. He currently practices pediatrics half-time in the Seattle neighborhood of Ballard, and devotes the other half to writing. His poetry has appeared in The Seattle Review, Convolvulus, Manzanita Quarterly, and The Journal of the American Medical Association. In 1999 he received the Carlin Aden […]

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Michael Hureaux

December 29, 2022

Michael Hureaux writes some decent poetry, short stories, and essays now and then. He student-taught in NYC for some years and graduated from Goddard College. He is currently working on a jazz opera with composer Christopher Plumridge. 2003 Writers Program

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