Stephanie Leaks intertwines their sensory sensitivity with their writing skills to provide a unique reading experience. Photo: Colton Marsala
In her essay Desert Cabal, Amy Irvine takes on Utah’s beloved Edward Abbey and Desert Solitaire with an intersectional-feminist response about wildness and environmental issues. Photo: Christy Calvin
(Center–Right) Brandon Long and Kase Johnstun interview Amanda Luzzader (Left) in Booked on 25th in Ogden for the LITerally Podcast. Photo: John Barkiple
Jack Garcia is the Editor and co-creator of Utah Valley’s peculiar literary journal and hopes to create a platform for fellow LGBTQ+ creatives. Photo Courtesy of Jack Garcia
Tucker White likes to think of writing as sharing his journals with the public through a lens of a different character. Photo: LmSorensen.net
Associate Director Kati Lewis helps the SLCC Community Writing Center offer writing assistance to the public. Photo: Ceza Dzwala
Cody Kirkland, creator of Crybaby Bitters, has transformed his experience in coffee and interest for making cocktails into a business in which he handcrafts his own signature line of unique bitters, punched with personality and pizzaz. Photo: Chad Kirkland
(L–R) Brighton Ballard and Derek Ballard flex their design and branding prowess with their risograph machines. Photo: Colton Marsala
Photo: John Barkiple
Alan Peck. Photo by Matthew Hunter