As the Creative Writing Club advisor for Spokane Falls Community College, Pullman Campus, Khaliela Wright oversees the annual publication of the Bigfoot Review. Each year the club chooses a theme, then writes stories and poems on that theme for inclusion in the anthology. In prior years the publication was only distributed to students through the school, but for the 2017-2018 school year the club made the leap to publishing for a wider audience.
Dystopia is a collection of short stories and poetry written, edited, and compiled by students at Spokane Falls Community College, Pullman Campus. The 2017-2018 Bigfoot Review is the Creative Writing Club’s revival anthology.
The club’s advisor, and short story author, Khaliela Wright, welcomes you into the diverse and vibrant fiction and poetry created by the 10 writers presenting their work in the anthology.
Enter their worlds. Linger over their stories. Let their prose delight, unsettle, and entertain.
You can purchase the book on Amazon in both print and kindle versions. Dystopia is available wherever books are sold.
Mental illness, drug addiction, violence, and the horrors of war, these are just some of our monsters. Regardless of whether monsters hearken from myth and legend or are fantastical creatures with beastly traits, it is always the monsters who walk among us that become the stuff of nightmares. This anthology explores monsters, their roles in our lives, and ours in theirs.
Monsters is a collection of short stories and poetry, written, edited, and complied by the Creative Writing Club at Spokane Falls Community College, Pullman Campus. The poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction, created by the 16 participating authors is disquieting, divergent, and dark. Enter their worlds. Linger over their stories. Let their prose delight, unsettle, and entertain.
Monsters is available wherever books are sold. You can purchase the book on Amazon in both print and kindle editions.
Locally, the Creative Writing Club’s anthologies are available at BookPeople of Moscow. Proceeds from the sales of the books are used to fund future anthologies, conference attendance, and support the club’s future writing endeavors.