Featured Readers

January 25, 2017


David Fewster is a poet, humorist and musician living in Tacoma. His current book is "The Seattle-Tacoma Express: Selected Prose and Poetry 1989-2016" (Couth Buzzard Press, 2016.) Or, as he refers to it, "My posthumous collection before I actually die." His previous book, "Diary of a Homeless Alcoholic Suicidal Maniac & Other Picture Postcards" was paid for by an Artists Initiative Project Grant from the Tacoma Arts Commission in 2003.

Janet Yoder lives with her husband on their Seattle houseboat, the floating nation of Tui Tui. Her writing has appeared in Raven Chronicles, Bayou, North Dakota Quarterly, The Evansville Review, The Massachusetts Review, River Teeth, and Chautauqua. She is currently at work on a collection of personal essays inspired by her 30-year friendship with Skagit tribal elder Vi Hilbert.