Current Residents

Magali Roy-Fequiere

Magali Roy-Fequiere’s work has appeared in African American Review, Cave Canem Anthology XIII, and The Squaw Valley Review. Having graduated from her three-year Cave Canem fellowship in 2013, she continued to apprentice at VONA, Community of Writers at Squaw Valley,...

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Jennifer Haigh

Jennifer Haigh is a novelist and short story writer. Her most recent novel, Heat and Light, explores the fate of a Rust Belt town transformed when the natural gas industry comes to town. It won a Literature Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and was...

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Nathan Ely

Nathan Ely is a photographer whose practice is an intersection of scientific and historic/alternative photographic image making. His work explores photography’s unique relation to light, space and time - possessing an “objective intelligence”, the camera has a...

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Wayne Bund

Wayne Bund is a visual artist, performer, writer, and educator living in Portland, OR. His multi-discipline practice includes photography, performance, poetry, and playwriting. His works and performances have been exhibited nationally and internationally at venues...

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Christopher O’Leary

Christopher O’Leary is an artist working at the intersections of art, science and the popular imagination. Since 2015, his collaborative installation Black (W)hole was shown at the Williamson Gallery at ArtCenter, UC Santa Cruz, The Pitatch Tikva Museum in Tel Aviv,...

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Sarah Fagan

Sarah Fagan (b. 1985, Shelton, CT) received a BA in English and Fine Arts from Stonehill College in North Easton, MA and a post-baccalaureate certificate from the Oregon College of Art and Craft in Portland, OR. She is currently wrapping up her MFA at the University...

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Alison Mandaville

Alison Mandaville writes poetry and translates literature from Azerbaijani. She grew up in Portland, Oregon, Turkey, Massachusetts and Yemen. A Fulbright award to Azerbaijan led to grants facilitating several summer writing workshops for Azeri women writers and visual...

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