The Intercultural Alliance of Artists & Scholars, Inc. (IAAS), phati’tude’s nonprofit organization, is pleased to announce that Danbee Kim has been selected as its Legal intern for Summer 2012.
Goñi Montes, an up-and-coming, cutting edge Borican graphic artist gives phati’tude Literary Magazine’s Latino issue a slamming cover that’s making waves in the literary world.
Nothing But Red is an anthology of literary and visual artists that brings attention to the issue of violence against women worldwide. Published in 2008, poet-teacher-writer-activist and phati’tude contributor and a contributor to this anthology, Andrena Zawinski, continues to promote Nothing But Red, because she believes it serves a worthy cause.
Find out more about phati’tude contributor Richard Vargas, the publisher and editor of The Más Tequila Review (TMTR) an independently owned small press poetry review, and his quest to promote relatively unknown yet exceptional poets!
Yes. There has been a delay, but it’s coming. ¿WHAT’S IN A NOMBRE? Writing Latin@ Identity in America will publish and be available for sale on March 30th. It’s a 300 page issue filled with interviews, essays, poetry, artwork and translations, that’s worth the wait!
Former interns Jennifer Crystal Johnson and Rebecca Kaye are moving up the ladder at phati’tude Literary Magazine. Johnson, formerly Associate Editor is now Managing Editor; and Kaye, formerly Editor is now Associate Editor. It just goes to show that growth opportunities truly exist at Team phati’tude!
The editors of phati’tude Literary Magazine is pleased to announce Kevin Tobar Pesántezan is our Spring 2012 intern. Kevin is a Queens-born (NYC), Ecuadorian writer, spoken word poet, and facilitator who is a great addition to Team phati’tude.
Team phati’tude wishes everyone Happy Holidays!
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Winter may be here, but phati’tude Literary Magazine “burns the clock” to celebrate the long-awaited publication of its “Summer Sixties Special” and “Spring Has Returned: A Season of Renewal.”