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
Josie Cordova created every element of To Space, Comrade! Teaching their self along the way, they constructed the game, music and storyline of the arcade game. Photo: LmSorenson.net