“Women’s Work” by Kirin Khan

by Nov 5, 2020Foglifter Features, Volume Three


Kirin Khan

 

 

fist of wind: A poetry chapbook by nefertiti asanti

Join us for the book launch here with Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) and Foglifter!     Foglifter Press is proud to announce fist of wind, a lyrical testimony that centers the Black body as a site of healing and transformation. This chapbook/collection of...

On Yearning or I Am at Home Eating Chocolate, Thinking About Holland Taylor and Sarah Paulson by Marne Litfin

Marne Litfin (they/them) is a writer, comic, and incoming MFA student in fiction at the University of Michigan. Their essays and short stories are published and forthcoming in SmokeLong Quarterly, Phoebe, The Billfold, and We'll Have to Pass. Marne reads flash for...

“On Never Leaving San Francisco” by Sara Brody

Sara Brody is a writer from San Francisco. She holds an MFA in Fiction and an MA in English from San Francisco State University, and her work has appeared in Narrative Magazine, the Normal School, the Masters Review, the Adroit Journal, and elsewhere. In her free...

Culture Control, and the Fight for San Francisco: Tina Horn Interviews Dorian Katz

Last fall, the West SOMA Community Benefits Board (WSCBD) censored public art for the Big Belly trash can project in the SOMA neighborhood. The artists (Justin Hall, Axeish Guy, James Hion and Dorian Katz) were commissioned because WSCBD reached out to the Leather...

Review of Matthew Clark Davison’s Doubting Thomas

Matthew Clark Davison's debut novel, Doubting Thomas, will be published in Summer 2021 by Amble Press. He is creator and teacher of The Lab: Writing Classes with MCD, a non-academic school started in 2007 in a friend's living room. The textbook version of The Lab,...

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Popping in to say I'm grateful for poetry and to you dear readers.

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