We received submissions from nearly 300 writers for the upcoming Spring issue, 22.1. We thank everyone for submitting, and we are excited to formally announce the contributors for this great forthcoming issue!
Marci Rae Johnson
D. S. Martin
We are excited to announce our keynote presenter for the 2018 Windhover Writers’ Festival (Feb. 14-16): Suzanne M. Wolfe.
Suzanne grew up in Manchester, England, and read English Literature at Oxford University. She is Writer in Residence at Seattle Pacific University, and her most recent novel, The Confessions of X, won the 2017 Fiction Award from Christianity Today. She is also the author of Unveiling: A Novel (Paraclete Press, 2004). Over twenty-five years ago, she and her husband, Greg Wolfe, co-founded Image Journal, a journal of the arts and faith. They have also co-authored many books on literature and prayer including Books That Build Character: How to Teach Your Child Moral Values Through Stories, (with William Kirkpatrick, Simon & Shuster, 1994) and Bless This House: Prayers For Children and Families, (Jossey-Bass, 2004). She has written numerous essays and blogs including “This is My Body” (Image Journal, issue #64; The Spirit of Food, ed. by Leslie Leyland Fields, Cascade Books, 2010) and “Smelling a Rat” (Good Letters, www.patheos.com, Oct. 15, 2015). She lives in Seattle, Washington.
We’re excited to announce our 2nd featured presenter for the 2018 Windhover Writers’ Festival (Feb. 14-16).
Amy Peterson is a writer and an adjunct professor at Taylor University. With a BA in English Literature from Texas A&M and an MA in Intercultural Studies from Wheaton College, Amy is currently completing an MFA through Seattle Pacific University. Amy has written for Books & Culture, The Millions, Christianity Today, The Other Journal, The Cresset, and Art House America, among other places. “Dangerous Territory: My Misguided Quest to Save the World” is her first book.
We’re excited to announce our first featured presenter for the 2018 Windhover Writers’ Festival (Feb. 14-16): Thom Caraway.
Thom is associate professor of English at Whitworth University, where he is the director of the editing and publishing program, and serves as editor-in-chief for Rock & Sling, a journal of witness. He is also the founder and publisher of Sage Hill Press. His work has appeared in Redivider, North Dakota Quarterly, Sugar House Review, Relief, Ruminate, and elsewhere. His books include A Visitor’s Guide to North Dakota, and No Secrets to Sell. He lives in Spokane, Washington, where he served as the city’s first poet laureate, from 2013-2015.
(photo credit: Don Barrington)