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Randy White

Randy White

Randy White is a writer and educator who lives in Rocklin, California. The author of Blood Transparencies: An Autobiography in Verse which was nominated for both a  2017 Kirkus and Pulitzer Prize, and Motherlode/La Veta Madre (Blue Oak/ Capra Press), he has been awarded the Bazzanella Literary Award for both poetry and short fiction.

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His work has appeared in the Range of Light Anthology, From These Hills: Stories and Poems of The American West, Sulfur, Sierra Journal, Poetry Now, News From Native California and other magazines. A short story “In the Mouth of Heaven” was nominated to appear in the anthology: Best New Voices in American Fiction.

He gives readings of both poetry, fiction and biography and has appeared at Sierra College, The University of Oklahoma, CSU Chico, The University of Arizona, Southern Oregon College and other venues as well as being sponsored to lecture on writing by Poets & Writers Inc.

Serving on the Board of Directors of the Sierra College Press he is currently completing a biography of the Native Californian known as Ishi, and a young adult novel River Sons and Daughters about a boy who uses the power of story to save a river and his community from destruction.

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Lisa Dominguez Abraham

Lisa Dominguez Abraham

Lisa Dominguez Abraham’s poems have appeared in journals such as Southern Review, North American Reviewand Poetry East. Her collection Mata Hari Blows a Kiss won the 2016 Swan Scythe Chapbook Contest, and she is the featured writer in the Spring 2018 Suisun Valley Review. She teaches at Cosumnes River College.

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“These are poems that celebrate the many selves we contain within the body. Lush poems of lineage and what is passed down, along with poems of the heart’s incessant needing, this is a poetry made of wonder and acceptance. Here are poems of magic and sheer will.” —Ada Limon

“Lisa Dominguez Abraham’s commitment to poetry, really to the oracular, comes with her collection’s stunning first image—’God poured voice into me, a woman-shaped bowl, / then skimmed a finger along the rim / until I hummed.’ She’s a poet who speaks out of the drama of creatures in their contradictions as they become what they are.” —Dennis Schmitz

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