Presenting our nominees for Best New Poets!

Presenting our nominees for Best New Poets!


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Nils Michals for “The result was anonymous, but unanimous”. . Nils Michals is the author of two collections of poetry, Come Down to Earth (Bauhan, 2014) and Lure (Pleiades, 2004). Individual poems have recently been published or are forthcoming in [Pank], Miracle...
Pre-order our new issue now!

Pre-order our new issue now!


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We are so, so elated to show you the latest cover, and announce the contributors for Volume 3, Issue 1! If you don’t already have a subscription to Foglifter, that’s okay, you can just pre-order our latest issue too. Launch party details and teaser work coming soon!...
Presenting our nominees for Best New Poets!

Presenting our nominees for Best New Poets!


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Our Foglifter nominees for Best New Poets: Christina Quintana. Quintana’s plays have been produced in New Orleans, Atlanta, New York City, and beyond. Plays and musicals include: EVENSONG (Astoria Performing Arts Center), GUMBO (lyrics & book), with music by...
Presenting our nominees for Bettering American Poetry!

Presenting our nominees for Bettering American Poetry!


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Wren Hanks for “Dear Ozma,” Wren Hanks is the author of Prophet Fever (Hyacinth Girl Press) and Ghost Skin (Porkbelly Press). His recent work appears or is forthcoming in Best New Poets 2016, Gigantic Sequins, Drunken Boat, decomP, Jellyfish Magazine, and...
Presenting our nominees for Bettering American Poetry!

Presenting our nominees for Bettering American Poetry!


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Amir Rabiyah for “Ney” Amir Rabiyah is a queer, trans, mixed race, disabled, poet and educator currently living in San Diego, California. Amir’s work has been published in Mizna, 580 Split, Flicker and Spark: A Contemporary Queer Anthology of Spoken...