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Meagan Graves reads her original poem, "Anadromus"

Writer and Gonzaga University student Meagan Graves
E.J. Iannelli
Spokane Public Radio
Writer and Gonzaga University student Meagan Graves

A poem contemplating the experience "of returning to a place you can only remember"

Meagan Graves is an award-winning writer from Portland, Oregon. Her essays and poems have been featured in various publications. She explores the themes of home and connection through poetry, prose, and playwriting. Meagan is currently completing a degree in English and Communication Studies at Gonzaga University.

Like the other poems in this week's readings, this is from I Sing the Salmon Home: Poems from Washington State, an anthology edited by Washington State Poet Laureate Rena Priest and published by Empty Bowl Press.