Publications/Multimedia


 
PARTICIPANTS

Tom Cantwell (2014)—Fiction: “Eyes Like Sky,” Whitefish Review, Summer 2012

Ela Harrison Gordon (2014)—Poetry: “A Book’s Two Halves,” Cirque, Summer 2012.

Marj Hahne (2015)—Review: Sage Cohen’s The Productive Writer, Rain Taxi Review of Books, Spring 2012.

David Hebestreit (2014)—Commentary: “What Dick Cheney Can Expect After Heart Transplant,” Minnesota Public Radio, March 2012; “The Donation of Life,” Positive Impact Magazine, May 2012.

Alicia Hoffman (2014)—Poetry: “Haircut,” Camroc Press Review, June 2012.

Ann Batchelor Hursey (2012)—Poetry: “What Lay Open,” “She Assumed,” Penduline Press, Ohio-themed Issue #5, May, 2012. Essay: “Dear Virginia-Letter/Essay,” Poemeleon, Epistolary-themed issue, June 2012.

Jennifer Neves (2015)—Nonfiction: Backpack Like You Mean It, Mad Dash Publishing, also available at Amazon, Spring 2012.

Christine Robbins (2012)—Poetry: “Childhood Friends in Someone Else’s Basement,” Talking River, Winter/Spring 2012; “Garden,” in the anthology …and love…, Jacar Press. (Note: A whole lotta other RWW folks in this anthology—check it out! –Ed.)

Chris Wilson (2012)—Poetry: “Return,” Tilt-a-Whirl, Spring 2012; “Father” (viewable online) and “Bedtime Story,” (in print anthology) Squaw Valley Review, 2011.

ALUMNI

Boyd W. Benson (2007)—Poetry: “To Say the Wind Is Another Thing,” Aperçus Quarterly, 1.3, 2011; “Photos of the Great Depression,” In the Black/In the Red: Poems of Profit & Loss, eds. Gloria Vando and Philip Miller, Helicon Nine Press.

Nancy Canyon (2007)—Short Stories: Dark Forest, Coffee Break Shorts series, New Libri Press. Cover art: Kay Mullen‘s Even the Stones (see Publications, Spring issue).

Christina Collins (2010)—Poetry: “Exodus,” burntdistrict, Issue 2, August 2012; “Cartoon Logic,” “as children we went skating,” “The Separation,” Vinyl Poetry, Volume 6, Summer/Fall.

Kate Carroll de Gutes (2010)—Nonfiction: “Letter to a Young Butch,” Southern California Review, Spring 2012; “And So You Begin Again for the First Time,” Fourth Genre, Summer 2012.

Lisa Ohlen Harris (2011)–Nonfiction: “Water Cycle,” Clackamas Literary Review, Summer 2012; “Air Hunger,” Under the Sun, Summer 2012.

Katrina Hays (2010)—Poetry: “Shift in Temper,” Apalachee Review, 62.

Lita Kurth (2009)—Short Story: “Aquarium: a Love Story,” ellipsis…literature and art, April 20, 2012. Essay: “Library Success Task Force,” originally appearing on Tikkun‘s website, reprinted CA Community College Journal, Spring 2012. Poetry: “Other Woman’s Blues,” Granny Smith Magazine, Issue 1, February 2012.

Linda Martin (2011)—Poetry: “Boy, Still Visible”, Cossack Review, June 2012; “Visiting the Cemetery in Plains, Montana” and “Uppity,” Hobble Creek Review, Summer 2012.

Gerry McFarland (2011)—Poetry: “Monsoon,” “My Father’s Scar,” “Gunner Covers Up,” and “Gunner Falls In Love,” Talking River, 2012 Winter/Spring, Issue #32.

Kay Mullen (2007)—Poetry: “Hopkinton Iowa,” in the anthology, Becoming: What Makes a Woman, edited by Jill McCabe Johnson (2008), The University of Nebraska, 2012.

Hilary Schaper (2008)—Essay: “Bearded Spirits,” Mad Hatters’ Review, Issue 13, 2012.

Tina Schumann (2009)—Poetry: “Neither Here Nor There” and “It’s Like This,” Subterrain #60, and “Last Call” in Yale Journal for Humanities in Medicine.

Judith Shadford (2009)—Fiction: “Walking Out,” Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, June 2012.

Gretchen Stahlman (2011)—Essay: “This is The Way She Rides the Bike,” Extract(s): Your Daily Dose of Lit, April 26, 2012.

Anita Sullivan (2008)—Essay: “The Octave Ate My Homework,” Piano Technicians Journal, May 2012.

Cameron Walker (2008)—Essay: “Watching the Weather in California,” High Country News, March 2012.

Kristy Webster (2011)-Poetry: “When He Grows Up,” The Stone Hobo, Spring 2012, “On When it’s Best to Listen,” The Ruckus Among Us, Spring 2012; Fiction: “Rings,” The Stone Hobo, Spring 2012, “The Message,” Thick Jam #83, Spring 2012, “Graduation,” The Ginger Piglet, Spring 2012; Nonfiction: “Little Boxes,” The Torn Page, Spring 2012 Anthology, Cool Waters Media.

Tarn Wilson (2008)—Essay: “Go Ahead: Write About Your Parents, Again.” Brevity, April 10, 2012; “Faithful Over a Few Things,” The Sun, May 2012; “The Space Between Contradictions: An Examination of Meaning and Knowledge in Creative Nonfiction,” Life Writing, May 2012. (RWW Critical Thesis)

FACULTY

Mary Clearman Blew—Essay: “Leaving Duck Creek” paired with Short Story: “Forby and the Mayan Maidens,” The Georgia Review, Spring 2012.

Dinah Lenney—Essay: “Under the Influence,” Huffington Post, March 28, 2012.

Rebecca McClanahan—Essays and Nonfiction: “Ginkgo Song,” The Kenyon Review, Summer 2012; “Hope and Wait: A Chapter from the Family Archives,” The Gettysburg Review; “Sublet,” The Bellingham Review, Spring 2012; “Annual Conference, 8000 Writers Expected,” River Teeth (audio visualization), Spring 2011. Poetry: “Pockets,” Shenandoah, Spring 2012; “Second Cat” and “Our Former Selves, Of Which We Are Shadows;” Cave Wall, Summer 2012.

Stan Rubin—Poetry: “On the Discovery of Vast New Cosmic Emptiness” and
“Microstate,” Poetry Northwest, Science Issue, May 9, 2012; “In This Space” and “My Apology From the World,” Agni Online, April, 2012; “Radishes in War Time,” “Apple in War Time,” “Meteor in War Time,” and “Eclipse in War Time,” Superstition Review, Issue 9.

Peggy Shumaker—Poetry: “Lagoon Near La Selva,” “Rain at Trogon Lodge,” and “Leave Cutter Ants,” Superstition Review, Issue 9.
 

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