“Dearest” by Luther Hughes

by Dec 17, 2020Foglifter Features, Volume Four

Love Repair, Ghosting Remnants, & Using Our Life Material: An Interview with Poet-Memorist & Who’s Your Daddy Author Arisa White

Arisa White is an assistant professor of creative writing at Colby College and a Cave Canem fellow. She is the author of Who’s Your Daddy (Augury Books 2021), co-editor of Home Is Where You Queer Your Heart (Foglifter Press 2021), and co-author of Biddy Mason Speaks...

Home is Where You Queer Your Heart : A new Anthology from Foglifter Press

  Foglifter Press is proud to announce Home is Where You Queer Your Heart, a new anthology edited by Miah Jeffra, Monique Mero-Williams, and Arisa White. This collection, organized around the four cardinal directions, encompasses poetry, prose, hybrid and...

“selections from When What Is Feral and That is Night” by Serena Chopra

Serena Chopra is a teacher, writer, dancer, filmmaker, soundscape designer and a visual and performance artist. She has a PhD in Creative Writing from the University of Denver and was a 2016-2017 Fulbright Scholar (Bangalore, India). She has two books, This Human...

Foglifter Darlings : Foglifter Press Interview with Zak Salih

As part of celebrating Foglifter’s recent Pushcart nominees, we interviewed the writers! Next up is Zak Salih, published in Volume 5 Issue 2!  What piece of art—literary or otherwise—has uplifted you during this tumultuous year?    Though I read Olivia Laing’s essay...

“I Like My Body More When it is Bruised” by Megan Ellis

Megan Ellis is a writer, editor, and graphic designer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Her work appears in Seneca Review, Entropy, and elsewhere. She has also been a finalist in nonfiction contests from Redivider, Passages North, and Crab Orchard Review. [pdf-embedder...

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