by Peter Donahue & Robin Nelson Wicks
Peter Donahue is the author of four works of fiction, including Three Sides Water: Short Novels (2018). He is co-editor of Reading Seattle, Reading Portland, and Seven Years on the Pacific Slope. His most recent book is Salmon Eaters to Sagebrushers: Washington's Lost Literary Legacy (2019).
Robin Nelson Wicks is a photographer, painter, and sculptor. She is a graduate of the Cocoran School of Art and Design and the University of Washington. She teaches art at Liberty Bell High School in the Methow Valley and was recently named Artist in Residence at the Confluence Gallery and Art Center in Twisp, WA.