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  1. Kalyani Magazine - a semi annual literary print magazine by women of color - has it's third issue on the theme "How I Got Over". This represents poetry, prose, and artwork by women of color from around the world. Editor-in-chief – Shubha Bala Managing Editor – Priya X. Agrawal Managing Editor – Colleen Thompson Table of Contents for Issue #3 2 • Interview with Yvonne Fly Onakeme Etaghene 10 • Nigerian Dyke Holy Text by Yvonne Fly Onakeme Etaghene 12 • first poem since by Yvonne Fly Onakeme Etaghene • Writing • 16 • Becoming a fish by Anna G. Raman 17 • Time is a Blanket Sewn from Strips of Cloud and Rainbow by Zahra Murphy Patterson 23 • Mumo by Alexandria Delcourt 24 • On Forgiveness by Alexandria Delcourt 26 • the people say by Maisha Z. Johnson 28 • Termination at 19 (or On wisdom) by Adrienne Christian 30 • Backyard American Dream by Gia Bernini 34 • how i got over by Adrienne Christian 35 • My Palestine Stands Still by Laila Shikaki 36 • Numbers by Hope Wabuke 38 • At Sixteen by Latorial Faison 39 • Miso Without Tofu by Sophia E. Terazawa 43 • certainty by Angeline Yang 44 • Should Love Come Looking by Jehan Roberson 46 • In Praise of My Butt by Nadia Alexis 47 • Fantastic Bon-Voyage by sahara borja 55 • Epilogue by Maria Gregorio 56 • Scattered Pieces by Rashida James-Saadiya 58 • This Is Steadiness In Breath by Romila Barryman 60 • Palladia by DeMisty D. Bellinger 65 • To the Owner of Lonely Nights by Jehan Roberson 68 • Black on my Skin Dream by Kaitlynn Lane 70 • brazilian symphony by Annie Gustin • Visual Art • 33 • Elastic Energy by Molly Solanki 57 • back to us by Maurica Roland 72 • Two Sisters…Tropical Waltz by Annie Gustin 86 • Cover Art: Deneen by So Yoon Lym More at: http://kalyanimagazine.com
  2. For immediate release phati'tude Literary Magazine Connects Readers to Diverse Writers phati’tude Literary Magazine offers literary aficionados a wide range of diverse writers at an affordable price New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/23/2012 -- "phati’tude Literary Magazine," founded in 1997, is an award-winning, internationally-known publication that distinguishes itself as a multicultural publication that focuses on, but is not exclusively devoted to, the work of writers of African, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, Arab and Asian descent in an aim to provide a forum for quality works of diverse voices from around the globe. A themed quarterly, "phati'tude Literary Magazine" is an 8" x 10" perfect-bound collection that features the best poetry, prose, short stories, articles and interviews along with literary criticism, book reviews and biographical profiles by established and emerging poets, writers and artists. It is published by the Intercultural Alliance of Artists & Scholars, Inc. (IAAS), a NY-based nonprofit organization. "phati'tude" is a worthy addition to anyone’s collection of literary works. “American society is undergoing the most radical demographic shift in its history and we must reflect the reality of our time,” explains Gabrielle David, editor-in-chief of "phati'tude Literary Magazine." "As we read across our differences, 'phati’tude' facilitates the celebration of multiculturalism. Because literature is an extraordinary conveyor of ideals, values, and mores, 'phati'tude' shows readers how we can become literate in multiple ways, whether it's socially, culturally or historically. Multicultural literature not only teaches us diversity, it also encourages a much wider range of perspectives and our interconnectedness to each other." "phati'tude Literary Magazine" has published some amazing issues that cover such vast topics as LGBT literature, Ekphrastic poetry, African American literature, 1960s-based poetry. a tribute to Arab, Afghan and Jewish writers in our September 11th issue, and our latest, celebrating the literary works and achievements of Latino writers. "We've published poets and writers as diverse as emerging authors to award-winning poet laureates of international acclaim,” continues David. “We work very hard to go through the open call submissions to find interesting new writers who may not be afforded the same attention by other publications. This initiative is directly linked to the magazine's mission to bring its readers new, interesting and divergent voices. "phati'tude" offers something for everyone." "phati'tude Literary Magazine" is available for sale online in the U.S. on Amazon.com, Barnes and Noble, Amazon.uk, and additional outlets in the U.S., U.K., Canada and Australia. Readers are encouraged to check out the Author/Artist Index, and previews of the issues already published. Individual issues sell at $18-$20 each, and institutional rates are available through subscription services such as EBSCO, Basch Subscriptions, Inc., Wolper Subscription Services, Swets and HARRASSOWITZ. Check out "phati’tude Literary Magazine" today and you’ll quickly discover it's invaluable resource that connects readers to today’s contemporary writers. For more information on this press release visit: http://www.sbwire.com/press-releases/litersture/poetry/sbwire-169528.htm Press Release Contact: Gabrielle David Executive Director The Intercultural Alliance of Artists & Scholars, Inc. (IAAS) 646-801-4227 gdavid@theiaas.org http://phatitude.org
  3. I was fortunate to be honored along with Marva Allen and Marie Brown, last night, during The African American Literary Awards Show - 2012
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