Timothy Pilgrim (pictured above on Mt. Baker with Carolyn Dale), a native of Montana, moving from associate professor of journalism toward emritus status at Western Washington University in Bellingham, near Seattle.
Pilgrim has a B.S. in Secondary Education from Western Montana College (1969), an M.A. in English from the University of Montana (1971), an M.A. in Communications from the University of Washington (1987) and a doctorate in Communications from UW in 1989.
Since his undergraduate days, Pilgrim has published nearly 160 poems in literary journals, anthologies and newspapers in the United States, Australia and the United Kingdom.
His work has been included in anthologies such as Idaho's Poets: A Centennial Anthology (University of Idaho Press) and Weathered Pages: The Poetry Pole (Blue Begonia Press).
He is married to journalist, author and professor Carolyn Dale (see picture above), a Seattle native. He has two children, three grandchildren -- and two cats (pictured here).
His hobbies are running, dancing, snorkeling, protesting (against war, for cutting military budgets to pay for national health care, for ending launches of nuclear materials into space, etc.), exploring ruins of the U.S. Southwest and fly fishing. He has completed five marathons.
(copyrighted Timothy Pilgrim photos: cats, Shay and Brio, above left; Timothy Pilgrim and Carolyn Dale on Mt. Baker in Whatcom County, Washington)