Cristy Anspach’s new body of stoneware vessels honors animals killed along highways.
Connie Wieneke has lived in Wyoming since 1983. She moved to the state to work for the Jackson Hole News, where she covered the arts, crime and education. In 1991, she earned an MFA in creative writing from the University of Montana. She has received two literary awards for poetry and nonfiction from the Wyoming Arts Council, and is currently working on a nonfiction book on the Walton Levee.