Poetry Moment

Weston Morrow is a writer and graduate student of literature at Central Washington University. He serves as poetry reader for Crab Creek Review and the intern for the Bagley Wright Lecture Series. His recent poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Western Humanities Review, Pidgeonholes, After the Pause, Boston Accent Lit, and reviews in Blackbird. He can be found on Twitter @WMorrow or at www.westonmorrow.com.

Weston Morrow is a writer and graduate student of literature at Central Washington University. He serves as poetry reader for Crab Creek Review and the intern for the Bagley Wright Lecture Series. His recent poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Western Humanities Review, Pidgeonholes, After the Pause, Boston Accent Lit, and reviews in Blackbird. He can be found on Twitter @WMorrow or at www.westonmorrow.com.

Weston Morrow is a writer and graduate student of literature at Central Washington University. He serves as poetry reader for Crab Creek Review and the intern for the Bagley Wright Lecture Series. His recent poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Western Humanities Review, Pidgeonholes, After the Pause, Boston Accent Lit, and reviews in Blackbird. He can be found on Twitter @WMorrow or at www.westonmorrow.com.

Weston Morrow is a writer and graduate student of literature at Central Washington University. He serves as poetry reader for Crab Creek Review and the intern for the Bagley Wright Lecture Series. His recent poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Western Humanities Review, Pidgeonholes, After the Pause, Boston Accent Lit, and reviews in Blackbird. He can be found on Twitter @WMorrow or at www.westonmorrow.com.

Weston Morrow is a writer and graduate student of literature at Central Washington University. He serves as poetry reader for Crab Creek Review and the intern for the Bagley Wright Lecture Series. His recent poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Western Humanities Review, Pidgeonholes, After the Pause, Boston Accent Lit, and reviews in Blackbird. He can be found on Twitter @WMorrow or at www.westonmorrow.com.

Derek Sheffield’s collection of poetry, Through the Second Skin (Orchises, 2013), was a finalist for the Washington State Book Award. His poems have also appeared in The Southern Review, Poetry, The Gettysburg Review, AGNI, and The Georgia Review, and were given special mention in the Puschart Prize Anthology.

Derek Sheffield’s collection of poetry, Through the Second Skin (Orchises, 2013), was a finalist for the Washington State Book Award. His poems have also appeared in The Southern Review, Poetry, The Gettysburg Review, AGNI, and The Georgia Review, and were given special mention in the Puschart Prize Anthology.

Derek Sheffield’s collection of poetry, Through the Second Skin (Orchises, 2013), was a finalist for the Washington State Book Award. His poems have also appeared in The Southern Review, Poetry, The Gettysburg Review, AGNI, and The Georgia Review, and were given special mention in the Puschart Prize Anthology.

Derek Sheffield’s collection of poetry, Through the Second Skin (Orchises, 2013), was a finalist for the Washington State Book Award. His poems have also appeared in The Southern Review, Poetry, The Gettysburg Review, AGNI, and The Georgia Review, and were given special mention in the Puschart Prize Anthology.

Derek Sheffield’s collection of poetry, Through the Second Skin (Orchises, 2013), was a finalist for the Washington State Book Award. His poems have also appeared in The Southern Review, Poetry, The Gettysburg Review, AGNI, and The Georgia Review, and were given special mention in the Puschart Prize Anthology.

Laurie Klein is the author of Where the Sky Opens, and Bodies of Water, Bodies of Flesh. Winner of several prizes for poetry as well as prose, her work has appeared in The Southern Review, New Letters, Barrow Street, Ascent, Cold Mountain Review, WA129, and other journals and anthologies.

Laurie Klein is the author of Where the Sky Opens, and Bodies of Water, Bodies of Flesh. Winner of several prizes for poetry as well as prose, her work has appeared in The Southern Review, New Letters, Barrow Street, Ascent, Cold Mountain Review, WA129, and other journals and anthologies. 

Laurie Klein is the author of Where the Sky Opens, and Bodies of Water, Bodies of Flesh. Winner of several prizes for poetry as well as prose, her work has appeared in The Southern Review, New Letters, Barrow Street, Ascent, Cold Mountain Review, WA129, and other journals and anthologies.

Laurie Klein is the author of Where the Sky Opens, and Bodies of Water, Bodies of Flesh. Winner of several prizes for poetry as well as prose, her work has appeared in The Southern Review, New Letters, Barrow Street, Ascent, Cold Mountain Review, WA129, and other journals and anthologies.

Laurie Klein is the author of Where the Sky Opens, and Bodies of Water, Bodies of Flesh. Winner of several prizes for poetry as well as prose, her work has appeared in The Southern Review, New Letters, Barrow Street, Ascent, Cold Mountain Review, WA129, and other journals and anthologies. 

Chevelle Yeckel is a scholar, a poet and a biophiliac. She is currently enrolled in Wenatchee Valley College with hopes of transferring to Oregon State university to further her pursuits of a career in natural resource management.

Jose Fuentes loves to make music and language rhyme in his poems. He is a student at Wenatchee Valley College.

Karlee Norton is a student at Wenatchee Valley College who is interested in the English writing world and wants to expand her knowledge to help her write more in the future. 

Holly Thorpe is a writer from Wenatchee. She currently works in community relations and freelances for some local publications. You can follow along with her writing at @hollythorpewrites. 

Leslie Mendoza is a student at Wenatchee Valley College. She plans on transferring to Western Washington University where she intends to major in Sociology.

Dean Davis

Travis Laurence Naught is a writer who happens to be a quadriplegic wheelchair user. Carbon dioxide poisoning, exacerbated by pneumonia, at the age of 35, led to a 27-day hospital stay that left him with a tracheostomy. The Virgin Journals (ASD Publishing, 2012), his debut poetry collection, and Joyride (Black Rose Writing, 2016), his debut novel, were both released in paperback. Several of his other stories and poems have been published online and in print.

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