Okay, I’ve dropped the ball and haven’t featured any editors in too long…and now we have some new additions to our crew.
Nicole Stellon O’Donnell, Columns Editor, is a poet and essayist who lives in Fairbanks, Alaska with her husband and two daughters. Her poetry has appeared in various literary magazines, including Ice Floe, The Women’s Review of Books, Beloit Poetry Journal, and Prairie Schooner. Her essays and reviews have appeared in Anchorage Daily News and as commentaries for the Alaska Public Radio Network. With the support of a grant from the Rasmuson Foundation, she’s currently working on a book of personal poems about the life of Sarah Ellen Gibson, who in 1903 decided to start her life over in Fairbanks. She writes about life in Alaska at her blog Subarctic Mama.