Writers of the Desert Rose Cafe-An Anthology

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Grayson Davey is a 19 year old poet and actor living in Spokane. He has never been published, but has a chapbook in the works. Grayson is a proud and out trans man who wishes to cultivate a safe space for queer people to be themselves! Keegan Lawler is a queer writer from the University of Idaho. His study interests include creative nonfiction, queer studies, and feminist studies. His most recent publication appeared in the Spring edition of the journal Reflection.

He loves accepting every reading recommendation, and hardly finishes a book before starting three others. School is rough for him. Michael Schmidtke was born and raised in the Seattle area, and now lives and works in Spokane, Washington. They do not maintain a specific gender identity at this point, although constant awareness of the implications of certain clothing haunts them. Gender dysphoria seems like the right phrase. Their primary mode of creative writing is poetry. He directs the writing concentration and coordinates the visiting writers series at Gonzaga University.

He enjoys backpacking and fishing and spends about a month of every year in a tent. From , he served as the Washington State Poet Laureate. He is the author of three collections of poetry, most recently Bugle Canarium Books, , and winner of the Washington State Book Award. Born and raised in the Music City, she is now proud to find a home in the cradle of the Spokane River.

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She has 26 letters and 2 hands to work with. She also works as a freelance editor and has a day job in communications. Sarah lives in Spokane with her husband and two daughters. His seventh novel, Gamer Army will be published November Trent lives and writes outside Spokane, Washington.


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Daniel Scully the is writer and illustrator of the wildly hilarious weekly ish webcomic, The Mealstorm. As a Spokane native, Daniel is heavily involved in the local arts and comics scene. He is a regular contributor to the Spokane Sequential, a local quarterly publication highlighting comic creators of the inland northwest; an active member of the Inland NW Association of Sequential Artists INWASA , a community of local comics creators; and a regular participant in art shows such as Terrain, Bazaar, and First Friday.

Her most recent work can be seen at www. Simeon Mills is a cartoonist, writer, and teacher living in Spokane. His debut novel, The Obsoletes , will be published in by Skybound Books. His graphic novel, Butcher Paper , is available from Scablands Books. See his work at www.

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Claire Rudolf Murphy is the author of award-winning fiction and nonfiction books for children and young adults, including Marching With Aunt Susan: Her seventeenth book Martin and Bobby: A Journey to Justice will be published this year, fifty years after the tragic deaths of King and Kennedy. Recent events have renewed her deep-seated passion for political activism. David Axelrod is the editor of Sensational Nightingales: Travis Laurence Naught is an author who happens to be a quadriplegic wheelchair user. His other interests include talking about writing while fishing, drinking, sitting around with a musician, or any combination of those activities!

Writers Under the Influence of Butter and Booze. She lives in Spokane, Washington. Some Instructions on Writing and Life. She has also authored three collections of autobiographical essays on faith; Traveling Mercies: Some Thoughts on Faith, Plan B: Further Thoughts on Faith , and Grace Eventually: In her book of non-fiction, Help, Thanks, Wow: The Three Essential Prayers , Ms. Lamott gives us three prayers to assist us in trying times.

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In she wrote a book of essays called Small Victories: Spotting Improbable Moments of Grace. Lamott has been honored with a Guggenheim Fellowship, and has taught at UC Davis, as well as at writing conferences across the country. Anne Lamott has also been inducted into the California Hall of Fame. Check out his website here.

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He is currently at work on a collection of meditations on the dynamics of arrival, and unschooling his two young children in Marquette, Michigan, which means they play a lot in the woods and lake. Maya lives in the Inland Northwest with her family. Her author website is: Tranchell grew up in Utah and now lives in Moscow, Idaho, with his wife and son. An Anthology of Anatomical Entries and Take: Her stories, essays, and book reviews have appeared in a variety of journals, most recently in Moss , Blood Orange Review, and Seattle Review of Books.

Find her at donnamiscolta. Oct 24, is an interdisciplinary artist experiencing and investigating pain through mixed-media such as drawing, painting, poetry, and sculpture. Living with physical limitations and daily chronic pain from a spinal injury, Roin centers their art practice as a form of protest and healing.

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Visit Vera Nazarian's profile on Pinterest. The idea that first came to me evaporated when I began to write. My brain took over.

It decided that the story generated from the song prompt needed to be a word flash fiction piece. Like lightning, it is quick and brilliantly illuminating. I hope you enjoy it. It was hard coming, but like childbirth, when it finally happened, it poured out in an instant. She misses the thunderhead building until a flash illuminates his actions. Mother corrals her sleeping infant in the corner of the berth, behind stacked pillows and life vests.

She, husband and child are lucky ones. They push off from their island home, source of ill winds and invisible death, in their junque Diaspora. They will sail west and wait for sunrise. Tell others about this: