Annie Lampman (Master of Fine Arts, fiction) is an Associate Professor of Honors Creative Writing at the Washington State University Honors College. Her short stories, poetry, and narrative essays have been published in sixty-some literary journals and anthologies such as The Normal School, Orion Magazine, The Massachusetts Review, and Women Writing the West. She has been awarded the Dogwood Literary Award in Fiction, the Everybody Writes Award in Poetry, a Best American Essays Notable, a Pushcart Prize special mention, a Literature Fellowship special mention by the Idaho Commission on the Arts, and a national wilderness artist’s residency in the Owyhee Canyonlands Wilderness through the Bureau of Land Management. She lives with her husband, three sons, and a bevy of pets (including a tabby named Bonsai and a husky named Tundra) in Moscow, Idaho on the rolling hills of the Palouse Prairie in an 1800s farmhouse where she has a pollinator garden full of native flowers, herbs, berries, song birds, squirrels, butterflies, bumble bees, solitary bees, and honeybees. She is author of the novel SINS OF THE BEES (Pegasus/Simon & Schuster) and the letterpress-printed limited edition poetry chapbook BURNING TIME (Limberlost Press). Visit annielampman.com for more info!Read more Read less
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