Come hear the poetry of Barbara March and the nonfiction prose of Ray March!
Barbara March’s poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Cascadia, The
Transnational, Agave Journal, Yemassee, Mudlark, Berkeley Poetry Review,
Orion, Denver Quarterly, Tupelo Press 30/30 Project, Words Fly Away:
Poems for Fukushima Anthology and other journals and publications. Most
recently she was a semi-finalist for the Joy Harjo Poetry Prize. She is
a member of the Northern California Book Reviewers and serves on the
poetry judging committee for the Northern California Book Awards. Her
interviews and articles have been published in Poetry Flash. She’s a
co-founder of the Surprise Valley Writers’ Conference and lives in
Ray March is an author and journalist who has worked in both this
country and Europe. He is the author of five creative nonfiction books
and his writings have appeared in Time magazine, New York Times,
Associated Press and San Francisco Chronicle among others. He is
co-chair of the Ed Kennedy Pulitzer Project, a nationwide effort by
journalists to award the late Kennedy a special Pulitzer for his World
War Two reporting. Ray is a co-founder of the Surprise Valley Writers’
Conference and also lives in Cedarville.
Nathan Slinker's poems have appeared in or are forthcoming from Ninth Letter, Fugue, CutBank, The Meadow, Solstice, Third Coast, and Kenyon Review Online, among others. His awards include the Thomas Morton Memorial Prize from The Puritan Magazine, the Robert Watson Literary Prize from the Greensboro Review, a Fishtrap Fellowship, and a 2015 Black Mountain Lookout Residency. He received his MFA from Arizona State University and now lives in Quincy, California.