Douglas Cole
Douglas Cole's work has appeared in The Chicago Quarterly Review, Red Rock Review,
Louisiana Literature, Cumberland Poetry Review, and Midwest Quarterly.  His online work
Black Heart Magazine, The Adirondack Review, Salt River Review, and Avatar
Review. He recorded a story for Bound Off, and published a novella as a chapbook through the
Overtime series of Workers Write Journal. He has won the Leslie Hunt Memorial Prize in
for a selection called The Open Ward; a Best of Poetry Award from Clapboard House;
First Prize in the
Picture Worth 500 Words poetry contest by Tattoo Highway; as well as an
honorable mention from
Glimmer Train. He lives in Seattle,Washington and teaches writing and
literature at
Seattle Central College, where he is the advisor for the literary journal Corridors.