We spent March welcoming spring and basking in the warm glow of our readers. Second year prose writer Valerie Arvidson bewitched us with a tale that made us reconsider some of our preconceived notions about witchcraft. Fellow second year prose writer Cecilia Kiely shared a memorable memoir that gave some shoutouts to local Washington landmarks. Our group of alumni showered us with spring blessings, including Zachary Watterson's prose piece reflecting on his experiences teaching in a prison. Sarah Erickson and Kevin Craft gifted us with poems that freshened the mind and the spirit. We finished out the evening with the compelling rhythms of Richard Kenney's verse.