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A native of California but devotee of the Nevada high desert, Teresa Breeden currently resides in Carson City, NV where she teaches high school AutoCAD(Computer Aided Drafting). Breeden was raised in Carson City and lived there until college. She received her B.A.
T.J. Casey is a cowboy who believes that the preservation of our western and cowboy culture is very important. He uses the art of cowboy poetry and the Code of the West to pass on to future generations the same strong morals and values that he was fortunate to be raised with.
Carolyn Dufurrena is a rancher, writer, film-maker and award-winning journalist. She regularly shares her poems and stories at Elko’s National Cowboy Poetry Gathering and has appeared at festivals in Oregon and California.
My poetry reflects who I am deep inside, I relish venturing into emotional spaces that most people are uncomfortable in. I love exploring the human psyche in all its splendor and folly and challenging the status quo.
Shaun Griffin is the co-founder and director of Community Chest, a non-profit agency serving children and families in northwestern Nevada since 1991, and the former founding director of the state's homeless education office.
An Elko, Nevada native with a background in ranching, Nancy Harris McLelland has conducted writing workshops in collaboration with the Western Folklife Center in Elko, Great Basin College, and the Great Basin Writing Project.
Larry L. Ollivier grew up on a small farm in the Skykomish Valley northeast of Seattle.
Gailmarie Pahmeier has been a Nevadan for nearly 30 years. She currently teaches creative writing and contemporary literature courses at the University of Nevada, where she has been honored with the Alan Bible Teaching Excellence Award and the University Distinguished Teacher Award.
George Perreault grew up in rural New England but has lived primarily in the West since 1973. He earned a doctorate at the University of New Mexico where he studied poetry with Gene Frumkin and Leslie Silko. He has taught at the University of Nevada, Reno since 1999.
Kirk Robertson grew up in Southern California and has lived in Fallon, Nevada since 1975. He graduated from California State University, Long Beach, where he also taught.
Gregory Robinson is the Chair of the Humanities Department at Nevada State College (NSC). His academic and creative work focuses on the intersections of image and text, especially as it relates to silent movies. He lives in Boulder City with his wife Joan and his dog, BinBin.
Originally a Virginia native, Laura Wetherington moved to Nevada with her family when she was ten years old. Laura's first book, A Map Predetermined and Chance (Fence Books 2011), was selected by C.S. Giscombe for the 2010 National Poetry Series.
Originally a Virginia native, Laura Wetherington moved to Nevada with her family when she was ten years old. Laura's first book, "A Map Predetermined and Chance" (Fence Books 2011), was selected by C.S. Giscombe for the 2010 National Poetry Series.