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Mabelle A. Lyon published more than 1,000 poems in commercial and literary magazines and anthologies. She founded the first public library in Goodyear, Arizona and co-founded the Arizona Poetry Society, serving as the first president. After she died, friends and family of Lyon made a memorial gift to establish the Mabelle A. Lyon Poetry Award at ASU in honor of her love of poetry. Lyon’s poems and writings were provided to the English department as an archive for faculty and students.
Joshua Jennifer Espinoza is a trans woman poet living in California. Her work has been published in The American Poetry Review, Poem-a-Day, Denver Quarterly, West Branch, and Buzzfeed, among others. She is also the author of two poetry collections: I’m Alive / It Hurts / I Love It (2014; rereleased by Big Lucks in 2019), and THERE SHOULD BE FLOWERS (CCM 2016). She is currently an MFA candidate at UC Riverside.
For more information, contact Creative Writing Program Manager, Justin Petropoulos at firstname.lastname@example.org.