As/Us, edited by Casandra Lopez and Tanaya Winder, is an independent literary magazine founded to showcase the creative literary expressions and scholarly work of both emerging and established underrepresented women writers particularly Indigenous and women of color. We hope to show the intersections between themes and subject matter across international and tribal borders. As/Us publishes a winter and spring issue both in print and online.
The inaugural issue featured work by Shauna Osborn, Lyla June Johnson, Tacey M. Atsitty, Valentina Cano, Nila Northsun, Yasmeen Najmi, Juanita E. Mantz, Tria Andrews, Justine Kao, Marianne A Broyles, Julie Lythcott-Haims, Layli Long Soldier, Erika Wurth, Jennifer Givhan, Alicia Marie Lawrence, Lesley Belleau, Leanne Simpson, LaEsha Sanders, Kaylanah Shendo, Linda Boyden, Samantha Tetangco, Venaya Yazzie, Casandra Lopez, and Tanaya Winder.
Issue 1 also includes an interview with Joy Harjo and a review of Linda Grover’s The Dance Boots.
FREE. The public is welcome to hear the work of and mingle with some of the best writers in our region as we celebrate the second issue of this wonderful new literary forum.