Poet Bio: A born and raised Washingtonian, Tristan Beach has spent the last three years of his life teaching college English across China. Before that, he was an editor for The Conium Review for several years. He has been involved with various journals and literary presses since 2010, including Copper Canyon Press, Coffee House Press, Pitkin Review, and Clockhouse. His poems and prose appear or are forthcoming in Shantih, rawboned, and Pitkin Review. He has an MFA in Creative writing from Goddard College and received his BA from Saint Martin's University. He currently teaches English at Saint Martin's and manages the religious education program for Holy Cross Catholic Church, in Tacoma.
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