Aaron lives a quieter life in Salt Lake now. He attends the University of Utah and is looking forward to writing after graduation with his undergraduate degree in English.
Jen has lived in Salt Lake City most of her life apart from year-long forays to Belgium in high school, Japan in college, and her stint in Massachusetts for undergrad. She taught high school English and currently wrangles middle school and high school students as a tutor to improve their writing and reading comprehension skills. She has worked as a river guide since 1990 and enjoys spending time exploring the outdoors with her husband and two children. Jen is passionate about conserving public lands in Utah, cooking, hands-off gardening, traveling, and reading for pleasure (at least when she had time before starting the EH program). She also feels strongly about recycling glass.
Visual Artist Leslie D. Pippen was born in Wolfe City, TX in 1974. He studied at Texas A&M University-Commerce and at Kings College in London. Currently, he lives and works in Salt Lake City, UT. For more, please visit his web site.
Victoria Vuyovich flirted with many majors within the humanities and behavioral science departments during her four years at the University of Utah, breaking up with dozens before finally settling down with Gender Studies and English. She discovered on graduation day, unfortunately, that she was destined to devote the rest of her days to the service industry. She now spends her free time convincing people to share their intimate stories, drinking, reading, re-watching Season Two of Arrested Development, and life-coaching her cat, Linus, who refuses to get his act together.
Mary Toscano grew up in Salt Lake City and received a BFA in Printmaking and Photography from the University of Utah. Toscano works mainly in drawing, printmaking, installation, and works on and with paper. Her work currently incorporates slide projections and movement as a means to investigate a relationship between time and perception. Toscano works as the Exhibitions Coordinator for the Marriott Library and the Book Arts Program at the University of Utah.
Find more of Mary Toscano's work at her web site.
David Williams is an American musician, songwriter, film composer, singer, teacher, actor, traveler, desert dweller. Born in Miami Fla., and currently living in Utah, David has contributed to more than 20 albums and recorded 4 of his own. David’s live performance is explosive, haunting, raw, transcendent and strangely beautiful. Many consider his dynamic musicianship unequaled in range and originality.
Learn more at David William's web site.