I am writer, editor and mother who grew up in the rural south. Now, I live in the PNW. I’m the co-editor of CNF/Hybrid forms at Rabble Lit. The work I love and write seeks the discomfort between binaries. It is work that speaks to or from the underrepresented, work that challenges “standard” patterns of language, work that ignites, work that is active, work that is alive. I love work that finds its way to the points of contact between our bodies and the themes that influence us through lyricism, innovation, or traditional forms.
Currently, I edit, curate, and sometimes write the Bootstraps column @Rabble Lit. I am also the co-editor of CNF/hybrid forms.
I’m also the assistant essay editor for Witch Craft Magazine. I’ve also conducted interviews for WCM with Megan Kruse (Issue 2) and Sarah Gerard (Issue 4).
Email: asha.dore at gmail.com