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“On the Days When the Rest
Have Failed You,
Let This Much Be Yours”

Janée J. Baugher jbaugher Janée J. Baugher is the author of “Coordinates of Yes” (Ahadada Books, 2010), a collection of ekphrastic and travel poems.  Twice nominated for a Pushcart Prize, Baugher holds an MFA from Eastern Washington University, and in 2011 she presented her work at the Library of Congress.  Baugher was awarded a 2012 fellowship at The Island Institute of Sitka, where she’ll work on a collection of water-themed essays.  She teaches literature and creative writing in Seattle at University of Phoenix.
Eavesdropping on the Stars with Atlas Eclipticalis Ellaraine Lockie Lockie Ellaraine Lockie writes poetry, nonfiction books and essays.  Her seventh chapbook, Stroking David's Leg, was awarded Best Individual Collection for 2010 from Purple Patch magazine in England, and her eighth chapbook, Red for the Funeral, won the 2010 San Gabriel Poetry Festival Chapbook Contest.Her chapbook, Wild as in Familiar, was a finalist in Finishing Line Press  2011 contest and has recently been released there.  Ellaraine teaches poetry workshops and serves as Poetry Editor for the lifestyles magazine, Lilipoh.

My Mother and I Visit the Place She Gave Birth

Maya Jewell Zeller

Maya Zeller Maya Jewell Zeller's first book, Rust Fish, is available from Lost Horse Press. Individual poems have won awards from Sycamore Review, Crab Orchard Review, and Florida Review, and appear in recent issues of several journals, including New South and Rattle. Maya lives in Spokane with her lovely two-year-old daughter and husband, and teaches English at Gonzaga University.


Young in Fall

Megan Miller


Megan Miller lives in Seattle. She has spent the last eight years pursuing a PhD in English at the University of Washington, teaching college students about academic discourse, and stealing time to write fiction on the side. She is currently revising her dissertation, which explores modernist writers’ interests in earth history and cosmology.

Fleeing Fat Allen Donna Miscolta dm Donna Miscolta is the author of the novel When the de la Cruz Family Danced (Signal 8 Press, 2011). Her unpublished story collection Natalie Wood’s Fake Puerto Rican Accent was a finalist for the 2010 Grace Paley Prize for Short Fiction. Other work has appeared in Calyx, Cha: An Asian Literary Journal, Connecticut Review, Kartika Review, New Millennium Writings, Raven Chronicles, and elsewhere.

Cover Photo Nathaniel D. Peirson   Nathaniel D. Peirson is a a set lighting technician living in Wellington, New Zealand.
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