Elizabeth Myhr is a poet, editor and publisher. She holds a BA from the Evergreen State College and an MFA from Seattle Pacific University. She has served as artist-in-residence at Centrum in Port Townsend, Washington, and is a Milotte Foundation scholar for her work promoting nature poetry devoted to the health of the earth.
Her work has twice been nominated for a Pushcart Prize.
In 2010 Myhr co-founded Calypso Editions, a virtual, cooperative press that specializes in literature in translation and emerging writers.
Her poetry has appeared in Alaska Quarterly Review, Poetry International, elephant journal,and other journals. Elizabeth Myhr lives and works in Seattle.
Click Here to see a couple of poems Beth plans on reading. Scroll to bottom of page.
Raúl’s umbilical cord is still buried in Mexico. Since his retirement he has been enjoying his new occupation as a volunteer for PONGO Teen Writing in the Juvenile Detention Center as well as teacher and mentor for (WITS), Writers In The Schools program organized through Seattle Arts and Lectures and the Jack Straw Cultural Center educational project teaching Poetry in Spanish at Denny International Middle School.
He had a blast during his tenure as the Inaugural Poet in residence for the City of Burien 2018-2019
Click Here to see a couple of Poem’s Raul plans on reading.