Elohi Gadugi Journal is a literary journal, published in seasonal on-line editions, followed by an annual print edition in the Fall. “Elohi Gadugi” is Cherokee for “the world” (elohi) “working together in community” (gadugi).
The mission of Elohi Gadugi is:
- to provide venues for the work of struggling writers and artists who use language as a primary aspect of their art;
- to promote narratives of social and environmental responsibility, and intercultural understanding; and
- to support the works by or about indigenous Americans, and other marginalized groups in the contemporary literary world.
The Windows & Doors (Winter 2015 edition) is now on-line featuring poetry by Penny Freeland, Grant McLeman, Kathleen Ellyn, J.V. Foerster, Steven B. Katz, James Lawry, art and multimedia by Ernest Williamson, J.V. Foerster, Vasile Piui Fratila, reviews and essays by Tisha Marie Reichle and ‘The Apartment‘, a short piece of fiction by J H Martin. Read it here.