At The Inkwell Seattle returns with stories from Cities, followed by OPEN MIC!
JANE WONG‘s poems can be found in anthologies and journals such as Best American Poetry 2015, Best New Poets 2012 and Third Coast. She received the 2016 Stanley Kunitz Memorial Prize from The American Poetry Review. Along with three chapbooks, she is the author of Overpour (Action Books, 2016).
KELSEY K. LARSON has lived in the greater Seattle area for several years. and has enjoyed actively engaging with local publications during that time. Her fiction has appeared in Saxifrage and Poplorish. Her journalistic efforts have been seen in Cruising World Magazine, the Ballard News-Tribune and the Norwegian American, at which she served as managing editor. She currently works a day job at Xbox, and in her spare time writes arts and heritage reviews for 4Culture, King County’s cultural services agency.
CHELSEA BOLAN was born in Spokane, Washington. Her work has appeared in several publications, including The Kenyon Review and the Seattle Weekly, as well as in Particles on the Wall, an exhibition about the Hanford Nuclear Site. Her first novel, The Good Sister, won the HarperCollins/UBC Prize for Best New Fiction.
Jason Kirk is the author of A Fabulous Hag in Purple on the Moor, The Other Whites in South Africa, and Reverb, as well as the composer of “The Mirror of Simple Souls,” an opera collaboration with librettist and poet Anne Carson. He received his Master of Fine Arts in Poetry from the University of Michigan, and his writing awards include Hopwood Major and Minor Poetry Prizes, the Helen S. and John Wagner Prize, the Michael R. Gutterman Award, and the June Rose Colby and Roy W. Cowden Memorial Fellowships. He lives in Seattle.