Rebecca Brown’s new book NOT HEAVEN, SOMEWHERE ELSE, will be published in the fall. She is also is a the author of a dozen other books published in the US and abroad, including AMERICAN ROMANCES, THE HAUNTED HOUSE, THE DOGS:A MODERN BESTIARY, THE TERRIBLE GIRLS and THE GIFTS OF THE BODY. Her work has been translated into Japanese, German, Dutch, Norwegian, Italian, etc. Her criticism often appears in The Stranger. Her altered texts and installations have been exhibited in the Frye Art Museum, Hedreen Gallery, Arizona Center for Poetry and elsewhere. “Monstrous,” her one woman performance/talk about Frankenstein premiered at Northwest Film Forum. She’s also written a play, THE TOASTER, and the libretto for a dance opera, THE ONION TWINS. She is currently Senior Artist in Residence at University of Washington, Bothell, and has taught for 20 years in the MFA program at Goddard College. She lives in Seattle.
Laura Lucas is a poet, fiction writer and essayist of Polish and African-American descent. She grew up in New York’s Hudson Valley and currently resides in Seattle, Washington. Her writing has appeared in Poplorish, Falling Star Magazine, Line Zero, Imaginaire, and Dead Housekeeping, among others.
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