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Friday, April 21 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Queer Women Writers Panel

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Queer-identifying authors will read from their work and discuss writers who have had the most influence on them as writers and queer women. 

 

Aileen Keown Vaux earned her MFA in Creative Writing from the Inland Northwest Center for Writers at Eastern Washington University. Currently, she lives in Spokane, WA, where she serves as a Career Advisor for the College of Arts, Letters, and Education at EWU. She writes non-fiction and poetry, and is at work on a collection of poems inspired by her passion for county fairs and her experiences growing up in Central Washington.

Liz Rognes is a writer, musician, and teacher in Spokane, Washington. She is a singer/songwriter, composer, and multi-instrumentalist whose classical and pop musical influences range from folk to baroque to jazz. Her essays and poems have been featured in various publications, including Trestle Creek Review; Brain, Child: The Magazine for Thinking Mothers; and Railtown Almanac. She teaches at Eastern Washington University and lives in Spokane, Washington with her rock ‘n’ roll librarian and their son.

Ellie Kozlowski grew up in a working class family in the suburbs of Boston. Her work has appeared in several places including Stirring, Lesbilicious, and Knockout. She is currently working on a memoir about identity and, as always, amassing poems. She lives in Seattle with her partner and their rat.

Elissa Ball is a writer, Tarot reader, humorist, and performance poet originally from Yakima, WA. She writes a weekly astrology column called Space Witch for The Seattle Weekly. Her first book of poetry, The Punks Are Writing Love Songs, was published by Blue Begonia Press in 2012.

The panel will be moderated by Molly Priddy, a writer and editor who lives in Northwest Montana. Her bylines can be found in The Guardian, The Toast, and Autostraddle.

Venue: EWU Cheney Campus, JFK Library Lobby  

Friday April 21, 2017 9:00am - 10:00am
Eastern Washington University

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