Gay Owned & Queerly Run since 2015
The poets, artists, musicians, translators, and film-makers that create our projects.
Patrick Milian is a queer, positive, Cuban American teacher and writer.
Natalia Novia is a comic and zine artist, animation producer, and creature of strange habits living in Buenos Aires.
Lawrence Schimel is an author and translator who has lived in Madrid, Spain since 1999. He translates Fabián O. Iriarte’s The Confessions for us.
Fabián O. Iriarte is a queer poet from Mar del Plata, Argentina
Shannon Cleere is a visual artist living in Seattle, Washington, focused primarily on drawing.
E. Briskin is a queer Jew from Virginia. E. has lived in Seattle for many years.
Shin Yu Pai is Seattle's current Poet Laureate.
Aaron Otheim is a Chicago-based musician known for his genre-bending work as a keyboardist, arranger, and composer.
Kate Lebo is a constituent of Washington State’s Fifth District, represented in Congress by Cathy McMorris Rodgers.
J.W. Marshall‘s Meaning a Cloud received the Field Poetry Prize and was published by Oberlin College Press (2007). He lives in Seattle.
Christine Deavel has published poems and essays, including the poetry collection Woodnote (Bear Star Press, 2012), and lives in Seattle.
Musician, composer, and emeritus professor R. Gary Deavel retired from Manchester University in North Manchester, Indiana, where he taught piano, organ, music theory, and humanities.
Sarah is an aspiring film director and is currently a sophomore at the DigiPen Institute of Technology.
Deborah Woodard is a Seattle-based translator, poet, and teacher at Hugo House.
Roberta Antognini's research lie in the Middle Ages and Renaissance literature, the history of the Italian language, autobiography, and more recently, translation practice and theory.
Dario De Pasquale was born in Messina, Sicily, and currently lives in New York City.
Rebecca Starkey is an aspiring cinematographer and will be graduating in June from the film program at Central Washington University.
Carrie DeBacker is a Seattle-based visual artist and illustrator.
Maya Jewell Zeller is a writer, editor, and teacher living in the Pacific Northwest.
Aaron Shurin is well-known for his prose poems, love of San Francisco, and a deeply personal gay poetic.
Lori Goldston is a cellist, composer, improviser, producer, writer, and teacher from Seattle.
Syrinx Effect is the interstellar folk-punk jazz duo of Kate Olson on soprano saxophone and Naomi Siegel on trombone, plus their pedals, laptop, and other toys
Printmaker Karinna Gomez is captivated by the landscape of Alaska.
Seattle poet Melinda Mueller is a master of form and poetic argument.
Trained as a painter, Nia Michaels became obsessed with old decorative tins and tintype photos ten years ago and now works exclusively with these materials.
Knox Gardner is the publisher of Entre Ríos Books.