Meagan Gonsalves-Vorwald. Photo: @clancycoop
Author Michael Mejia has turned the typical narrative inside out in his upcoming novel, Tokyo. | Photo by Natalie Haws
Local literary leader and poet Michael McLane takes on environmental issues in his writing, such as Warm Springs, where the refineries reside on Beck Street. | Photo: LmSorenson.net


Jai Hamid Bashir | Photo: Danielle Woodall
Lance Olsen | Photo: Andi Olsen
Utah Poet Laureate Paisley Rekdal has embarked on mapping the literary history of Utah as it relates to an expanded definition of “Utah writers.” | Photo: John Barkiple
DPS Skis designs their product with the end goal on the mountain in mind, always.
Photo: @clancycoop
(L–R) Alex Caldwell, Levi Lebo, Phil White, Skyler Goddard and Dreu Hudson. | Photo by Jessica Bundy.
Swen of the Wirble at Fringe Gallery evinces the liminal spaces between natural and personal disasters. | Photo: coltonmarsalaphotography.com