Contributors

Contributors


Literature

MEGAN FILES

PJ HASE

CLIFFORD HOEFT

ABBY HSU

MARCELLUS JENKINS

NATASYA JULIETTE

SKYLER MARTYN

ELAINE PETTUS

JESSICA TOWNS

LISA WASIKOWSKI


Art

VESTA BETTINGER

GREG BOTH

CHLOE BYEON

KATIE CONSTINETT

LORI ELKEN

CALVIN GARRETT

REBECCA GIORDANO

JESSICA JACOBSON

RARISA JAMALI

ALICIA SIEFERD  KLEIN

IZUMI MORI

ALISON POST

EVE SELONKE

KHOI TRAN

MARILYN TUOHY

MAVIS YAO


Staff

Managing Editor 

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Samuel Mixon

SAMUEL MIXON

As a high school senior in the small town of Morton, Washington, Samuel discovered his love for English and, after graduating, moved to Seattle to pursue his education and eventual MFA. In fall 2016, his English Professor at North Seattle College, Molly Tenenbaum, recommended he join LSR.

As Managing Editor, he has enjoyed discovering themes in the content and helping structure the magazine.
Samuel looks forward to continuing his studies and learning to write quality scripts for video-game stories.


Web Editor

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Khoi Tran

KHOI TRAN

 

Thank you for visiting our website. This is the electronic edition of Licton Springs Review 2017 introduced above, which is a collection of outstanding works of art chosen after a long period of arrangement with affection. The efforts, creativity, and passion of the contributors have made these great works, and I am very pleased to be able to contribute along with them in building this electronic version.

I hope that these works of art can share precious and spiritual values ​​from the artists to you, contributing to the richness of the soul that every individual possesses.


 

Layout Editor (Paper edition)
PATRICK TONEY

Poetry Editor
DAISY SHEPHERD

Non-Fiction Editor
SHELLY PRASAD

Fiction Editor
GABRIELLE PITZLER

Art Editor
LIZ PATTERSON

Art Photographer
DAKOTA GEARHART

Portrait Photographer
AIMEE BURCHARD PEARSON

Associate Staff
ERIC HURST
JAMES THOMAS
KATHERINE CONSTANT
TIFFANY CARPENTER
GREG BOTH
JOHN NEWMAN


Faculty Advisor

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Tracy Heinlein

TRACY HEINLEIN

Tracy Heinlein, MA, teaches creative writing at North Seattle College.
Serving as faculty advisor for LSR has given her a “rewarding opportunity” to give back to North Seattle’s creative community—one she has grown to love. Since 2000, her investment in student creativity has contributed to numerous state and national literary-art-magazine awards.
Currently, she is working on a series of short stories intended to promote acceptance of the different ways that people die.


Acknowledgement

It takes a community to publish this magazine! We want to thank North Seattle College President Dr. Warren Brown, Vice Presidents Kristin Jones and Andrea Johnson, Humanities Dean Brian Palmer, Jeffrey Vasquez, Janet Hoppe-Leonard for your continual support. Thank you to Student Leadership and Multicultural Services, NSC Art Group, Campus Security, Dan Lane at Tabs To Go, Molly Tenenbaum, Barbara Goldner, Robert Bunge, August Evans, Kennan Knudson, Jim Jewell, Cristobal Borges, Daphne Minkoff, Michelle Kelly, Michael Chaplin, Steven Quig, Amanda Knowles, Fumiko Schaub, Kelda Martensen, Geoff Palmer, Bo Choi, Emily Gherard, Lynne Hull, Wendy James, Paula Rebsom, Liz Pattersen, Luv Sharma and the IT department. Our volunteer staff was crucial to the completion of this book, without them, it wouldn’t be exist! Thank you so much!

Samuel Mixon: I would like to thank Becky Harris, Molly Tenenbaum, my sister Jackie, my mom Jeanine, my dad Samuel, my grandmothers Edna and Harriet and my grandfathers Charles and Samuel.

Khoi Tran: I would like to thank my dad, Dung Tran, my mom, Diem Do, my grandmother, Cham Le, my grandfather, Luu Do, and my instructors, Daphne Minkoff, and Bo Choi for their great support.

Patrick Toney: Thank you to my friends and teachers whose advice helped get this issue looking as good as it does! My darling Hannah Leonard, Aimee Burchard Pearson, Shanita John, Morgan Soderland, Katie Constinett, Tommy Panigot, Dakota Gearhart, Dennis Huynh, Ben Blood, Amanda Knowles, Bruce Pearson, and Michelle Kelly. Thank you to my precious family, George, Judy, Paxton, Paul, Carol, Thora, and Elliot.

Samuel, Patrick, and Khoi: We acknowledge Tracy Heinlein for her continual vision in bringing this publication to life year after year. We are so grateful she sought us out and provided this awesome experience. It has been an honor to work with her.

Tracy Heinlein: I’d like to thank North Seattle College’s Humanities division, and my loved ones, Neil Eddington, Shreve and Jake Harlow, Peyton Harlow, Yvonne Heinlein, Susan Heinlein Legere, Stuart Levin, W. P. Fowler, Rick Barthelme, Marilyn Robison, Brian Steiner, and Richard Whitney for their ongoing support.
Samuel Mixon: I would like to thank Becky Harris, Molly Tenenbaum, my sister Jackie, my mom Jeanine, my dad Samuel, my grandmothers Edna and Harriet and my grandfathers Charles and Samuel.

This year, we received hundreds of student submissions, and while only a portion were published, we are grateful to each of you who displayed the courage to share your work. Submissions are now open for our next issue, Licton Springs Review 2018.


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All rights revert to authors and artists after publication.
We reserve the right to use the items in print and  in our online magazine, and for promotional purposes. Licton Springs Review 2017 Volume 26.

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