Literary Arts Coordinator
Judith Pulman alternately writes essays, poems, and short stories depending on what the story is and the form that will afford her the most pleasure in the making. She has been published in Ezra Journal, VoiceCatcher, Two Hawks Quarterly, and Oregon ArtsWatch. In 2011, she was formally commended by the judges of the Joseph Brodsky/Stephen Spender Prize, an international contest of Russian poetry, for her translation of “The Butterfly.”
She is an avid runner, reader, and firm believer in the value of community building.