Publications/Multimedia


PARTICIPANTS

Monique Avakian (2013)—Exhibit: Four haiku, “Sacred Visions: Art at the Edge of Unknowing,” Blue Door Gallery, Winter, 2011/2012.

Mandy Nadyne Clark (2012)—Fiction: “Bounce,” Whitefish Review, Winter, 2011.

Deborah Moderow (2013)—Essay: “Line Dance,” Whitefish Review, Winter, 2011.

Christine Robbins (2012)—Poetry: “Hour of Lead,” Talking River Review, Summer/Fall, 2011.

Cindy Stewart-Rinier (2012)Poem: “Pre-K Pollock,” Ascent Magazine, December 2011.

ALUMNI

Rick Dakan (2010)—Fiction: “Two Days in June,” Send My Love and a Molotov CocktailPM Press Anthology, October, 2011.

Katie Eberhart (2010)—Essay: “The Fragrance of Memory,” Cirque, Summer Solstice 2011, Vol 2, No. 2. Poetry: “Rehabilitation,” Cirque, Summer Solstice, 2011, Vol 2, No. 2.

Kathleen Flenniken (2007 )—Poetry: “Augean Suite,” Poetry Northwest, Fall & Winter, 2011/2012.

Lisa Ohlen Harris (2011)—Essays: “Nearing Solstice,” Sweet, Issue 4.1, Fall 2011, “The Game of Life,” River Teeth, Issue 13.1, Fall, 2011.

Erin Coughlin Hollowell (2009)—Poetry: “Stung Song,” Sugar House Review, Fall/Winter, 2011.

Jill Kandel (Non-matric RWW participant 2009)—Nonfiction: “Burial Cloth Removed,”  Penguin Anthology: Best Spiritual Writing 2012.

Lita A. Kurth (2009)—Non-Fiction: “Does Your Writing Need a Project Manager?,” The Review Review, Fall, 2011.

Margie Lukas (2007)—Non-Fiction: “Let’s Talk Bees,” NEBRASKALand Magazine, Dec., 2011.

Anne McDuffie (2007)—Podcast: “Fog: A Study,” Jack Straw SoundPages Literary Podcast Series, October 17, 2011; “Winter,” KUOW Presents, October 17, 2011; “Darrington Rain,” KUOW Web Extra, October 17, 2011.

Lois Rosen (2010)—Poetry: “Daniel Chan,” Gold Man Review, 2011/2012, Issue 1; “Lathrymus Maritimus: Beach Peas,” Conversations Across Borders, Dec. 2011 Issue #3. Fiction: “No Man’s Land” and “Their Song,” Gold Man Review, 2011/2012, Issue 1. “Peonies,” VoiceCatcher, 6th edition, 2011.

Natalie Tilghman (2011)—Essay: “Finding a Voice: First-Person Narration in Young Adult Literature and Coming-of-Age Adult Fiction,” TriQuarterly Online, Issue 140, Summer/Fall, 2011. (Based on her RWW thesis year critical paper.)

Tarn Wilson (2008)—Essays: “The History of my Teeth,” Inertia, Issue 11, October, 2011; “Dear Owl,” in What’s Nature Got to Do with Me?: Staying Wildly Sane in a Mad World, Native West Press, 2011.

FACULTY

Mary Clearman Blew—Memoir: This is Not the Ivy League, University of Nebraska Press, September, 2011.

Judith KitchenEssay: “Night Piece,” Georgia Review, Vol. LXV, No. 3, Fall, 2011.

David Huddle—Novel: Nothing Can Make Me Do This, Tupelo Press, October 31, 2011.

Brenda Miller—Essay: “A Case Against Courage in Creative Nonfiction,” Writer’s Chronicle, Oct/Nov 2011; Interview: “The Future of Literary Publishing,” an interview with four editors from prominent literary journals, Poets & Writers, November, 2011.

Peggy Shumaker—Poetry: “Anhinga Drying Her Wings,” “Basilisk Lizard,” “Venom,” Fire on Her Tongue: An eBook Anthology of Contemporary Women’s Poetry, Two Sylvias Press, 2011. “Genesis, Quetzal,” “Strangler Fig,” ”Tent Revival,” Alaska Quarterly Review, Fall, 2011. “Flamenco Macaws,” “Toucan Nest,” The Gettysburg Review, Autumn, 2011. ”Passion Flower,” Los Angeles Review, Oct., 2011. ”A Barlow Pocket Knife and the Concept of Perfection” (homage to Bill Kloefkorn), Hobble Creek Review, 3:5, Oct., 2011.  ”Alive,” ” Attu, 1942,” “Sustenance,” “Fossils,” “Vigil,” Connotation Press, Issue 2, Vol. 3, Oct., 2011. Public art: “Along Baseline, Miles of Fields,” ”Landlady,” “The Wife,” Passage, a public art project, South Mountain Community Library, Phoenix, AZ, 2011, Alberto Ríos, curator, Artists Mags Harries and Lajos Héder.  Poems were recorded, then played as part of public artwork.


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