About Autumn 2012

The Autumn issue of Elohi Gadugi Journal is out.

The first iteration of Autumn 2012: Becoming Indigenous contains fine poetry by Judith Arcana, Tiel Aisha Ansara, Judith H. Montgomery, Lex Runciman, Rick McMonagle, Sandra Noel, and Ryan Scariano. We have a fiction offering from Brian S. Hart, a delightfully challenging piece of wordplay from the first chapter of his novel, The Diamond Kings of Clarence Checkeredfish. Also, you will find an excellent and thoughtful essay by David Denny on the politics of food. The cover illustration is by David Memmott, who also has several other art pieces to share in this issue.

We continue to accept submissions through November 15.

We are proud to report 2955 views of our Summer 2012 issue. We think that’s pretty good for a debut.




About Duane Poncy

Duane Poncy, an enrolled citizen of the Cherokee Nation, is publisher and co-editor of Elohi Gadugi Journal and The Habit of Rainy Nights Press. He also writes fiction, poetry, and music in Portland, Oregon, where he lives with his wife, Patricia J. McLean. He is currently working on a trilogy of speculative fiction novels.
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