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Connie Wasem Scott reads “Under Sheltering Trees My Daughter and I Consider the Coming Storm” by Thom Caraway

 Connie Wasem Scott in the Spokane Public Radio lobby
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Connie Wasem Scott in the Spokane Public Radio lobby

Connie Wasem Scott reads “Under Sheltering Trees My Daughter and I Consider the Coming Storm” by Thom Caraway.

Connie Wasem Scott is a Spokane poet and teacher. In addition to teaching the gamut of English classes at Spokane Falls Community College, she enjoys exploring the great outdoors with her Aussie-American husband. Her poems have appeared in Cathexis Northwest, Minerva Rising, Eclectica, Sycamore Review, RHINO and other journals. Her chapbook 'Predictable as Fire’ (2021) was a finalist in the Moonstone Press Chapbook contest. "The Open Hand of Sky,” her full-length poetry collection, was published in August 2022 by Finishing Line Press.