Justin Wadland

Justin Wadland is the author of Trying Home: The Rise and Fall of an Anarchist Utopia on Puget Sound. His essays and reviews have appeared in Rain Taxi Review of Books, The Believer, Crab Creek Review, and other publications. He works at the University of Washington Tacoma Library and holds an MLIS from the University of Washington and an MFA in Creative Writing from Pacific Lutheran University.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

“Made in China”

IN FINDING THEM GONE, the translator Red Pine, a.k.a. travel writer Bill Porter, calls on more than 40 ancient ...


Which One Was Truly Radical?

SOME WRITERS LIVE in optimal habitats that generate their best work. For Wallace Stegner and Edward Abbey, that place was the ...


Library in the Future Tense
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