Asha Anderson

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Asha Anderson photographer, sometimes artist, poet. Peripatetic.

Asha Anderson wrote and published five issues of Reddog Review as well as three one-time publications . . . Ghostwriter (a one act play for two people), After Hours (poems and images), and Driftwork (stories, poems, photos). She has also collaborated on various poetry, theater and performance projects including late night radio shows. She founded SkyRiver Press which started as three letterpresses she soon traded for desktop publishing. Anderson was a regular participant in the discussions and flame wars on alt.zines. Her blog Language Barrier is an ongoing narrative on whatever from wherever she happens to be. A collection of photos from her travels reside on flickr, instagram and imgur. Her poems and stories have appeared in various publications including 300.000 (Years of Us) - a Poetry Anthology, The Fine Line, Skidrow Penthouse, Sein und Werden, Poetry Motel, Westwind Review, Whirligig, Byline Magazine, and Brijibasi Spirit.

Zines

Contributions

  • 300.000 (Years of Us)
  • A Poetry Anthology
  • Byline Magazine
  • Brijibasi Spirit
  • The Fine Line
  • Poetry Mote
  • Sein und Werden
  • Skidrow Penthouse
  • Westwind Review
  • Whirligig

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