After 20 years of choreographing ballet and modern dance, it makes sense that Sara Newton's painting focuses both on the figurative and the abstract forms of expression.
Issue 6 Fall 2010
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Melissa Pritchard is the author of four short story collections, The Odditorium (forthcoming January 2010 from Bellevue Literary Press) Spirit Seizures, The Instinct for Bliss and Disappearing Ingenue; three novels, Phoenix, Selene of the Spirits and Late Bloomer; as well as Devotedly, Virginia, a biography of Arizona philanthropist Virginia Galvin Piper.
Rachel Kadish is the author of the novels From a Sealed Room and Tolstoy Lied: a Love Story. Her work has been read on National Public Radio and published in the Pushcart Prize anthology.
Erick Setiawan was born in 1975 in Jakarta, Indonesia, to Chinese parents and moved to the United States when he was sixteen. He is a graduate of Stanford University and currently lives in San Francisco.
Brenda Miller is the author of Blessing of the Animals (EWU Press, 2009), which received the bronze medal in ForeWord Magazines Book of the Year Award.
Norman Dubie is the author of more than 20 books. He has received numerous national grants and prizes, including the Bess Hokin Award of the Modern Poetry Association. He teaches at Arizona State University. Photograph by Matthew Valentine.