New Honors College Faculty Member Annie Lampman Publishes Creative Writing

Assistant Clinical Professor Annie Lampman teaches creative writing at the WSU Honors College and serves as Editor of the Honors College literary journal The Palouse Review and Fiction Editor of Blood Orange Review. Lampman writes creative nonfiction, fiction, and poetry and has had the following work recently published/forthcoming:

  • “Roadtripping” (poem, forthcoming) Forage—Nature Issue, March 2017
  • “War and Surgery” and “Our Baring” (poems, forthcoming) Forage—Politics Issue, November 2016
    • “War and Surgery” winner of the Everybody Writes Contest, Winter 2015
  • “Into the Desert” (essay & recording forthcoming) High Desert Journal, Fall 2016
    • Bureau of Land Management Artist in Residence, Owyhee Canyonlands Wilderness
  • “Everything You Are” (poem, print) The Meadow, Summer 2016
  • “November Wind” (poem, print) Dunes Review. Spring 2016
  • “Night Song,” “Passage,” “A Boy Who Paints the Universe,” and “(untitled)” (poems, online) Cascadia Review, April 2016
  • “Moving Out” (essay, online) Mothers Always Write & Ten to Twenty Parenting, Spring 2016
  • “Confessions of Uncharitable Thoughts Toward Others” (essay reprint, online) HerStories Project. 2016
  • “The Joints That Hold Us Together” (essay, print/online) The Massachusetts Review, Fall 2015
    • Nominated for a 2016 Pushcart Prize
    • Awarded Best American Essays 2016 Notable Essay