This reading will feature contributors and editors of the literary journal, The Meadow, published by Truckee Meadows Community College in Reno, Nevada.
Readers will include:
Nathan Slinker's poems have appeared in Third Coast, Ninth Letter, CutBank, The Meadow, The Greensboro Review, and Kenyon Review Online among others. His chapbook, Nineteen Windows and a Door, was published by the Plumas Arts Organization in 2015. He has been a Fishtrap fellow, a semi-finalist for the “Discovery”/Boston Review Poetry Prize and a finalist for New River Press’s Many Voices Prize. He lives in Northern California.
Tee Iseminger is an alumni of the Squaw Valley Writer’s Workshops, and was the recipient of the Sierra Arts Literary Award in 2013 for works in progress. Her poems have appeared in Sixfold, The Meadow, and anthologized in the short story collection Women On the Brink. She lives in Reno.
Barbara Buckley Ristine
Barbara Buckley Ristine started her professional life as an attorney but started writing six years ago. She is originally from NY but moved through several states before settling in Reno, NV, where she lives with her husband and college-aged twins. She is a graduate of St. John’s University (B.A.) and the College of William and Mary (J.D.). She currently is studying creative writing at the University of Nevada. When she’s not mindlessly staring at the Sierras, she writes short stories, poetry, and historical fiction. Her work has appeared in The Meadow, Bewildering Stories, Route 7 Review, Piedmont Journal of Poetry, and The Magnolia Review.
Logan Seidl is an MFA student at the University of Nevada, Reno. He has won the DQ Award in both fiction and poetry. His poetry has been published in Crab Creek Review, The Meadow, The Kentucky Review, and Vinyl.
Joan Presley grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and has lived in Reno for thirty years. She is a veteran and a retired public servant who now studies creative writing at Truckee Meadows Community College and the University of Nevada, Reno.