Elohi Gadugi – The Apartment

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The Apartment

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.

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