Associate Professor of Creative Writing Online:
Favorite Places in Alaska:
The beaches in Douglas Alaska
Emily Wall is an Associate Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Alaska. She has been published in a number of literary journals in the US and Canada, most recently in Prairie Schooner and Alaska Quarterly Review. She has a poem on displayed in Totem Bight park in Ketchikan. She has two books published with Salmon Poetry: Liveaboard and Freshly Rooted. Emily lives and writes in Douglas, Alaska.
Liveaboard (poetry), Salmon Poetry, 2012
Freshly Rooted (poetry), Salmon Poetry, 2007
On Terrain.org "Leaving the Islands," "Liveaboard," and "Names"
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Listing last updated: February, 2017