Tabitha Blankenbiller is a Pacific Northwest native, originally born in Seattle and raised on the Mt. Rainier plateau. She graduated from the Pacific University MFA program in June 2012 (and was student commencement speaker, a credential that doesn’t quite fit anywhere else but in this web bio). She is a staff writer at PDXX Collective and writes The Wordstalker column for Barrelhouse Magazine. Her book reviews are a regular feature on Bustle. Her personal essays have been published in journals including Hobart, Passages North, The Rumpus and Brevity. Links to her work can be found here. She is currently writing a novel called “Emily and Julia” about lost friendship.

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  1. Excellent site; couldn’t reply on the most recent post, but it’s like the mother of all freshman guides. I’ll take a look at some of your work over the next day or two. 🙂

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