Publications

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PARTICIPANTS

Kim Culbertson (2020) Fiction: The Wonder of Us, Scholastic Point, April 2017.

Jasminne Mendez (2019) Creative Nonfiction: “First Words: English as a Second Language,” La Galería Magazine, Spring Issue, February 20, 2017. Poetry: “Self Portrait: Las Dos,” Voices de la Luna, Volume 9, Number 2, February 2017; “First Born Son,” Crab Creek Review, Spring Issue, March 2017; “When You Ask Me What I Know About Santo Domingo,” “In the Texas Heat,” The Texas Review, Spring/Summer 2017; “Gluttony: Undigested,” Rogue Agent, Issue 27, June 2017. 

Molly Spencer (2017) Poetry: “Persephone: Since she kept asking,” “Novembering,” THRUSH Poetry Journal, March 2017.

Joannie Stangeland (2019) Poetry: “When I Am the Pie Girl,” Tipton Poetry Journal, Number 32, Winter 2017; “Page One,” The Southern Review, Spring 2017; “When the Sky Does Not River,” Blue Earth Review, Issue 18, Spring 2017.

Lena Khalaf Tuffaha (2017) Poetry Collection: Water & Salt, Red Hen Press, April 2017.

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ALUMNI

Cathy Adams (2010) Fiction: “Teaching English at the Cigarette Factory,” Southern Pacific Review, March 2, 2017; “Obi-Chan,” Allegory, Volume 31/58, Spring/Summer 2017, March 2017.

Angela Allen (2014) Visual Art: “Birdhouses in the Fog,” “Leg Up, Coney Island,” “Little Red Girl, Waiting for the Rodeo,” “Mermaid Going By,” Watershed Review, Spring 2017.

Jessica Barksdale (2015) Poetry: “How to Roast a Pelican,” Crack the Spine, Issue 215, April 2017.

Tom Cantwell (2014) Fiction: “Runner,” The Massachusetts Review, Volume 58, Issue 1, Spring 2017.

Nancy Canyon (2007) Poetry: “Morning Mind,” “In the Night,” Clover, A Literary Rag, Volume 13, June 2017.

Chelsey Clammer (2016) Lyric Essays: “It’s a Long Story,” The Normal School, May 2017; “Then She Flew Away,” One Person’s Trash, May 2017; “An Index for Bi the Book: How to Become Bisexual in Less than a Month,” Inside Story, Leaf Storm Press, 2017. Flash Essay: “Your Words. Not His,” Breathe Free Press, May 2015.

Cate Gable (2016) Poetry: “Easter,” Raven Chronicles Magazine, Volume 22, Summer 2016; “and into the night into the night into the night,” Poets Unite!: The LiTFuse @10 Anthology, Cave Moon Press, Winter 2016; “Seattle: The Crane,” WA 129, Spring 2017. Essay: “Renegade Poet: Sam Hamill,” Poetry Northwest, June 2017.

Cate Hodorowicz (Hennessey) (2016) Nonfiction: “Gaze,” Southern Indiana Review, Fall 2016; “Shoveling Snow,” r.kv.ry, Volume XIV, Number 1, Winter 2017 (reprint); “Chasing Rabbits,” Arts & Letters, Issue 34, Spring 2017. Reviews: Postcards from Here by Penny Guisinger, Tinderbox Poetry Journal, September 2016; The Pater by Elliot Jager, Hippocampus Magazine, April 2017.

Alicia Hoffman (2015) Poetry: “Well Sweep,” The Hamilton Stone Review, Issue 36, Spring 2017.

Erin Coughlin Hollowell (2009) Poetry: “A furlong without sympathy,” Escape Into Life, May 2017.

Emily Holt (2016) Poetry: “Our Red Evening,” Poetry Ireland Review, Issue 121, Spring 2017.

Tia Hudson (2013) Poetry: “Life’s Invisible Foes,” Stillwater Review, Volume 7, 2017.

M. J. Iuppa (2006) Micro-Fiction: “Stealing, Freely,” “Burgers and Pies,” Jellyfish Review, May 2017; “Report If There Is Something Wrong,” “Sidekick,” “Hey, Let’s Have a Drink,” Eunoia Review, February 2017; “Getting Serious,” “Singular Verb Matches Singular Subject,” Otoliths, February 2017; “An Essential Still Life,” “So, Sew,” “Unblinking,” “Far from Perfect,” Scarlet Leaf Review, March 2017; “Look, Away,” Dime Show Review, March 2017; “Charade,” Synaeresis: arts + poetry, Volume 1, Issue 2, April 2017. Poetry: “After the Night Rain,” Grey Sparrow Journal, Issue 29, January 2017; “No Need to Wonder,” Third Wednesday, April 2017; “Ontario,” ME, AT 17 Poetry & Prose Series, Silver Birch Press, February 2017; “The Art of Empty,” Freshwater Literary Journal, May 2017; “Next Time,” “Doesn’t Everything Mean Something,” Eunoia Review, April 2017; “On her wet cheek,” Quatrain.Fish, March 2017; “Rock and Keep,” “Counting by Twos,” “Apple and Oranges,” Quill and Parchment, Volume 191, May 2017; “Spring Approaches,” Poppy Road Review, April 2017. Creative Nonfiction: “Open Suitcase,” Writing in a Woman’s Voice, May 2017; Micro-Chapbook: Everyday, Relief, Origami Poetry Project, February 2017.

Linda MacKillop (2015) Essay: “So Much Sky,” Under the Sun, Issue 5, May/June 2017.

Carol McMahon (2016) Poetry: “March 1st,” Unlost Journal, Issue 8, March 2017; “Nomenclature,” Postcard Poems and Prose, April 2017; “Keeping House,” Prodigal, Issue 4.

John Milkereit (2016) Poetry: “Ways to Love a Back Road,” San Pedro River Review, Volume 9, Number 1, Spring 2017; “Commemorative Stamps,” di-vêrsé-city Anthology, Austin Poets International, April 2017.

Kay Mullen (2007) Poetry: “Away,” Crosswinds Poetry Journal, Volume II, Spring 2017.

Warren Read (2015) Fiction: Ash FallsIg Publishing, May 2017.

Tammy Robacker (2016) Poetry: “At the Mother-Daughter Tea,” Coal Hill Review, Volume 18, Summer 2017; “Dollhouse,” “Maidenhead,” Calamus Journal, May 2017; “One Saturday Afternoon,” “Perverted Karma,” concīs, May 2017; “Bitch,” Glass Poetry Journal, June 2017; “Hymen,” “Summer of Boys,” “Reading Rousseau at the Seattle Women’s Clinic,” “The Cuckoo Clock,” Seattle Review of Books, June Poet-in-Residence feature, June 2017; “La Poire d’Angoisse,” Harpur Palate, Summer/Fall 2017; “Blocked Memories,” Synesthesia Anthology, June 2017.

Tina Schumann (2009) Poetry: “Ocean Fugue,” Oracle Fine Arts Review, 2017.

Bill Sommer (2012) Fiction: “The Haircut,” Superstition Review, Issue 19, Spring 2017.
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FACULTY

Barrie Jean Borich, Essays: “The Butch and the Bathroom,” The Rumpus, March 2017; “Our Bodies, Our Archives,” Older Queer Voices: The Intimacy of Survival, February 2017; “The Truth,” Waveform: 21st Century Essays by Women, University of Georgia Press, 2017. Review: “We Hunger to Be Hybrid: A Review of Julie Marie Wade’s Catechism: A Love Story,Sinister Wisdom, Spring 2017. Interview: “The Mood Listener: Barrie Jean Borich interviews Mary Cappello,” Los Angeles Review of Books, November 2016.

Fleda Brown, Poetry Collection: The Woods Are on Fire: New & Selected Poems, University of Nebraska Press, March 2017.

Rebecca McClanahan, Essays: “Breaking the News,” Shenandoah, Volume 66, Number 2, Spring 2017; “Math Lesson,” Brevity, Issue 55, May 2017. Craft Essay: “The Essay as a Warm and Shifting Presence,” Essay Daily, March 2017.

Marjorie Sandor, Fiction: “A Letter of Complaint to Pushkin,” AGNI, Issue 85, April 2017.

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