Chris Dombrowski, CMarie Fuhrman, and Julie Trimingham


Nov 28 2022


5 PT / 6 MT / 7 CT / 8 ET
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Reading Series: Chris Dombrowski, CMarie Fuhrman + Julie Trimingham

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Join us for the next reading in the online Reading Series on Monday, November 28, at 5 p.m. PT / 8 p.m. ET.

Hosted by Derek Sheffield, with Zoom provided by the University of Arizona, this reading and Q&A features acclaimed writers Chris Dombrowski, CMarie Fuhrman, and Julie Trimingham.

Chris Dombrowski
is the author of The River You Touch: Making a Life on Moving Water, just out from Milkweed Editions. He is also the author of Body of Water: A Sage, A Seeker, and the World’s Most Elusive Fish, and of three acclaimed collections of poems. Currently the assistant director of the Creative Writing Program at the University of Montana, he lives with his family in Missoula.

Read Chris’s essay “Love Song” as well as poetry appearing in two poems, a Letter to America poem, and five poems.

CMarie Fuhrman is is an author and poet whose work is rooted in the landscape of the West. She is the author of the collection of poems, Camped Beneath the Dam: Poems, and co-editor of two significant anthologies, Cascadia Field Guide: Art, Ecology, and Poetry and Native Voices: Indigenous Poetry, Craft, and Conversations. She has published or has poetry and nonfiction forthcoming in journals including, Emergence, Platform Review, Northwest Review, Yellow Medicine Review, Poetry Northwest, and several anthologies. CMarie is a egular columnist for the Inlander, translations editor for Broadsided Press, and director of the Elk River Writers Workshop. She is the associate director of the Graduate Program in Creative Writing at Western Colorado Universitym where she also directs the Poetry Program and teaches nature writing. She is the current Idaho Writer in Residence and resides in the mountains of West Central Idaho.

Read CMarie’s poem “Kokanee” appearing in

Julie Trimingham is a mother, writer, and activist living on traditional Lhaq’temish territory in northwestern Washington State. Previously published work includes the novella Mockingbird, the fictional travelogue Way Elsewhere, and essays for Numéro Cinq magazine. Catch up with her at

Read Julie’s story “You might think we’re praying”, a finalist in the 12th Annual Contest in Fiction.

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