Professor, Washington State University
Managing Editor, The Palouse Review
Poetry, Fiction, Non-Fiction, and Scholarship Genre Editor, The Palouse Review
I am a reader, no more, no less, and so I read. Does the content overflow? Is the language clichéd, involuntarily stuffy, artificially pretentious? Or does it say something, do something, effectively? Does it have the whiff of promise? Can we measure promise? The road to hell is littered with the corpses of editors, inquisitors, teachers, and judges who didn’t see it, didn’t get it, didn’t want it. So, keep the flame alive. Every creative text deserves a reading.
I teach and advise at the WSU Honors College. I teach art and art theory, literature, and the nuts and bolts of the absolutely non-poetic task of how to write an Honors thesis. One of my favorite topics continues to be what classical minds thought about the elusive and mesmerizing activity we call art while trying to figure out if they have any contemporary relevance. Thinking about it, of course, is not the same as doing it.
Fiction and Scholarship Genre Editor, The Palouse Review
I am currently a junior studying mechanical engineering. Reading has always been one of my hobbies, and during the summer I spend my time hiking and hanging out with the chickens and ducks on my small family farm.
Fiction and Non-Fiction Genre Editor, The Palouse Review
My name is Shana Huang, and I am a Sophomore studying English Rhetoric & Professional Writing at Washington State University. I love reading and writing, and have written stories for literary outlets like Jennifer Niven's GERM Magazine. Currently, I am an editor for both WSU's LandEscapes journal and the Palouse Review. Additionally, I serve as the vice president of WSU's English Club.
Photography/Visual Arts and Poetry Genre Editor, The Palouse Review
My name is Geneva Schlepp and I am a Junior studying Civil Engineering with an Environmental emphasis at Washington State University. When I am not studying, I am running for the Women’s Cross Country and Track team where I specialize in the mile. In addition to being a student-athlete, I serve on the Pac-12 Mental Health Task Force, work as a Student Ambassador for the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture, and mentor first-year students.
Website Designer, The Palouse Review
Photography/Visual Arts, Digital Multimedia, and Music Genre Editor, The Palouse Review
My name is Dahlia Xie, I am currently a Senior at Washington State University majoring in Software Engineering and minoring in Digital Technology and Culture. Outside of classes, I’m a DJ at KZUU 90.7FM!