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SOREN LIT

By Melodie J. Rodgers

SOREN LIT
A Southern Renaissance literary journal...
for storytellers with connections to the south. We showcase writers who are women, femme-identifying, and/or non-binary creatives.
The SOREN LIT podcast provides interviews and readings from our latest writers. The podcast is hosted by SOREN LIT Founding Editor, Melodie J. Rodgers.
SOREN LIT's published work and podcast episodes are also available on the official website: www.sorenlit.com
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Pauletta Hansel- SOREN LIT 2022
Pauletta Hansel- SOREN LIT 2022 Pauletta Hansel’s books include Friend, Coal Town Photograph and Palindrome, winner of the 2017 Weatherford Award for Appalachian poetry; Heartbreak Tree is forthcoming from Madville Publishing. Her writing was featured in Oxford American, Verse Daily and Poetry Daily. Pauletta was Cincinnati’s first Poet Laureate and past managing editor of Pine Mountain Sand & Gravel. https://paulettahansel.wordpress.com/. SOREN LIT Producer and Founding Editor: Melodie J. Rodgers www.sorenlit.com
13:44
January 20, 2022
Mary O’Brien- SOREN LIT Fall/Winter 2022
Mary O’Brien Fall/Winter 2022 Mary O’Brien is an artist, writer and poet. Her writing evolves out of her engagement with place. and community, and the research she develops for land art installations. Her non-fiction works delve into ecological loss and community resilience. She writes about political landscapes and our anthropocentric relationships with them—the ways in which wars, capital, and infrastructure have molded lands and communities. O’Brien’s public art installations can be found across the US and are documented atwatershedsculpture.com . Her essays and poems have been published in Field to Palette , StanfordUniversity’s MAHB Journal ; The Solutions Journal ; Women’s Eco Artist Dialogue journal, Silver Birch Press, and Soren Lit. SOREN LIT Founding Editor & Producer: Melodie J. Rodgers www.sorenlit.com
07:47
January 05, 2022
Ami Mattison- SOREN LIT Fall 2021 ISSUE
Ami Mattison- SOREN LIT Fall 2021 ISSUE Touring and performing professionally since 2002, Ami Mattison has been featured at various art venues, festivals, conferences, colleges, and universities across the US and Canada. In 2013, s/he was the recipient of the Fellowship of Southern Writers' Spoken Word Award. Acclaimed novelist, Dorothy Allison writes: “Always [Mattison] speaks for the despised in verse that hallows grief and embodies joy. The world is larger, wider, fuller for the people [s/he] brings alive in words.” Mattison taught poetry and creative expression in Detroit public schools while serving as a writer-in-residence at Inside Out Literary Arts Program. S/he's also taught at Emory University, Georgia State University, and Antioch College in Ohio. S/he currently resides in Alabama. SOREN LIT Producer and Founding Editor- Melodie J. Rodgers www.sorenlit.com
10:44
December 23, 2021
Karma Bennett= SOREN LIT Fall Issue 2021
Karma Bennett= SOREN LIT Fall Issue 2021 Karma Bennett lived in the South for two decades but has escaped to Oakland, CA. She is currently president of the Berkeley California Writers Club. Her most recent publication was in the book Collosus: Home, a collection to benefit Moms 4 Housing. She runs the website Subversas.com SOREN LIT Producer and Founding Editor: Melodie J. Rodgers www.sorenlit.com
13:10
December 18, 2021
Rosa Ponton- SOREN LIT FALL ISSUE 2021
Rosa Ponton- SOREN LIT FALL ISSUE 2021 Rosa Ponton is a Louisiana born Spanish Instructor for Grambling State and Southern Universities. She holds Bachelors' degrees in English and Spanish from Howard University, a Masters' degree in Spanish from Virginia Tech, a MFA in Creative Writing from Queens University, and is completing the last year of her Ed.D in Education Leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University. She now resides in Tulum, Mexico where she is building her creative businesses and living in her purpose. SOREN LIT Producer and Founding Editor: MELODIE J. RODGERS www.sorenlit.com
09:28
December 15, 2021
Karen Southall Watts- SOREN LIT 2021
Karen Southall Watts- SOREN LIT 2021. FALL ISSUE Karen Southall Watts currently writes and works in the Pacific Northwest, where she lives with a chronic case of homesickness for friends and family in the South. Her flash fiction and poetry have been featured at Fairfield Scribes, Free Flash Fiction, The Drabble, Sledgehammer Lit, and 101Words. She is also the author of several business books and articles. Reach her at @askkaren on Twitter SOREN LIT Producer and Founding Editor- Melodie J. Rodgers www.sorenlit.com
09:07
December 13, 2021
Debra Bowling- SOREN LIT FALL Issue 2021
Debra Bowling- SOREN LIT FALL Issue 2021 Debra Bowling is the author of The Memory of Flight. She grew up in Northeast Alabama with a love of books and writing.                                 After graduating from The University of Alabama with degrees in social work and criminal justice, she worked with issues such as domestic violence, runway teens, child abuse, and other areas while also writing articles and stories, taking photographs, and producing video documentaries. SOREN LIT Producer and Founding Editor: Melodie J. Rodgers www.sorenlit.com
22:48
December 11, 2021
Elliott Udoh- SOREN LIT FALL ISSUE 2021
Elliott Udoh- SOREN LIT FALL ISSUE  2021 Elliott Udoh, 14, attends The Webb School in Bell Buckle Tennessee. Elliott is a driven individual with a passion for social justice who strives to change the world through a combination of compassion and curiosity through the lens of their most authentic self. Elliott has been named an Atlanta Youth Poet Laureate ambassador for 2021 and hopes to publish a chapbook in the near future. SOREN LIT Founding Editor and Producer: Melodie J. Rodgers www.sorenlit.com
14:30
December 03, 2021
Denise Berry- SOREN LIT FALL ISSUE 2021
Denise Berry-SOREN LIT FALL ISSUE 2021 Denise Berry currently has 20 years in public health administration and international humanitarian relief fundraising.  She has also worked with CARE USA,  Carter Presidential Center, and the Centers for Disease Control in International Health.  Denise and her family has lived and worked in the US, Germany, and The Netherlands. She loves learning.  Her current focus is deconstructing American history to discover TRUTH: researching WWII and international history. Denise loves writing and languages. She is planning to write a book from the manuscripts her father left.  Most importantly, Denise is working on the legacy she will leave for her granddaughter Amelia and her daughter Sydney; one that incorporates truth, faith, and justice. SOREN LIT Founding Editor and Producer: Melodie J. Rodgers www.sorenlit.com
18:47
November 26, 2021
Carla Sameth- SOREN LIT FALL ISSUE 2021
Carla Sameth- SOREN LIT FALL ISSUE 2021 Carla Sameth’s memoir, One Day on the Gold Line, was originally published July 2019 and will be reissued by Golden Foothills Press in 2022. Her Chapbook, What Is Left will be published by dancing girl press this November 2021. Her writing on blended/unblended, queer, multi-racial and single parent families appears in a variety of literary journals and anthologies including: Call Me {Progress}Literary Journal (University of Alabama), The Rumpus, MUTHA Magazine, Brain/Child, Narratively, Longreads, Brevity Blog, Entropy, Anti-Heroin Chic, Global Poemic, and The Nervous Breakdown. Carla’s work has been twice named as Notable Essays of the Year in Best American Essays. A Pasadena Rose Poet, a West Hollywood Pride Poet, and a former PEN Teaching Artist, Carla teaches creative writing to high school and university students, and has taught incarcerated youth. She lives in Pasadena with her beloved partner, Milo. https://carlasameth.com/ SOREN LIT Founding Editor and Podcast Producer: Melodie J. Rodgers www.sorenlit.com
12:42
November 11, 2021
Laila Sokera Henderson- SOREN LIT Fall Issue 2021
Laila Sokera Henderson- SOREN LIT Fall Issue 2021 Laila Sokera Henderson is an American poet, writer and actor of Nigerian descent. She is currently a university student, also working as a teaching artist in Atlanta, GA. She has served as one of Atlanta’s Youth Poet Laureate Ambassadors since 2017, and has competed in the international poetry slam competition Brave New Voices. She is currently working on releasing a collection of poems. Stay up to date with her @LailaSokera www.sorenlit.com SOREN LIT Founding Editor an podcast host: Melodie J. Rodgers SOREN LIT Southern Renaissance of women, femmes, and/or non-binary writers exploring the lingering South...
18:13
November 04, 2021
Kimberly Casey- SOREN LIT FALL ISSUE 2021
Kimberly Casey- SOREN LIT FALL ISSUE 2021 Kimberly Casey was born and raised in Massachusetts, though she now calls Huntsville, Alabama home. She is the Founder and President of Out Loud Huntsville, a nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring community outreach and activism through written and spoken word. Kimberly has competed at Southern Fried Poetry Slam, CUPSI, Texas Grand Slam, and performed at venues across the country.She received her MFA from Pacific University in 2021. She is the Poetry Editor of Passengers Journal. Her first full-length collection, Where the Water Begins, will be released in September 2021 through Riot in Your Throat press. Find more information on the author at kimberlycpoetry.com SOREN LIT FOUNDING EDITOR & PODCAST HOST: MELODIE J. RODGERS www.sorenlit.com SOREN LIT is a Southern Renaissance of women, femmes, and/or non-binary writers exploring the lingering south...
14:22
October 30, 2021
Malika Hadley Freydberg- SOREN LIT Fall Issue 2021
Malika Hadley Freydberg- SOREN LIT Fall Issue 2021 Malika Hadley Freydberg is a multi-medium performance and visual artist based in New Orleans, Louisiana. She’s a four time national slam poet, and has graced the final stage in two of those four competitions. She’s had a fascination with magick and Conjure Women since she read “Mama Day” by Gloria Naylor at age 9, and became determined to become a woman of magick from that day forward. She works as a tour guide, sharing the history and folklore of Southern Louisiana, which has informed most of her work since 2016.Malika is a Sode in Ifa, an Olorisa of Oya upon completion of initiation at Temple Yemoja in Ibadan, Nigeria in 2019, and Priestess of Osun and Obatala in Louisiana Plantation Vodou as of July 2021. She’s been an eclectic Conjurer since she began praying to the moon at 14. She’s read tarot cards for 22 years, and cowries for 8.  She is also a proud member of the choir at First Grace United Methodist Church in Midcity New Orleans; she sees this as the honoring of as many branches of her ancestry as possible.Malika holds a B.A. in Arts Management-Music from Bennett College in Greensboro, NC (HBCU PRIDE!), and a Masters in Music Education, focus in Choral Conducting and Ethnomusicology from Georgia State. She lives in a house with a purple door with her wife and three cats~ the culmination of every love-obsessed queer witch, in her opinion. SOREN LIT FOUNDING EDITOR & PODCAST HOST: Melodie J. Rodgers www.sorenlit.com
15:25
October 27, 2021
Soniah Kamal- Fall Issue 2021, SOREN LIT
Soniah Kamal- Fall Issue 2021, SOREN LIT Soniah Kamal is an award winning novelist, essayist and public speaker. Her most recent novel, Unmarriageable: Pride & Prejudice in Pakistan (Penguin Random House USA), a post colonial parallel retelling of Jane Austen’s classic, is a Financial Times Readers’ Best Book of 2019, received starred reviews in Publishers Weekly, Shelf Awareness, Library Journal, is a New York Public Library and an NPR Code Switch Summer Read Pick, a Library Reads and People’s Magazine pick, a 2019 ‘Books All Georgians Should Read,’ a 2020 Georgia Author of the Year for Literary Fiction nominee, is shortlisted for the 2020 Townsend Award for Fiction, and hailed as a novel that writes back to Empire, and more. SOREN LIT Founding editor and podcast host: Melodie J. Rodgers www.sorenlit.com
17:48
October 16, 2021
Danyelle Briggs- SOREN LIT Summer issue 2021
Danyelle Briggs is a junior studying Public Relations and Politics at Oglethorpe University. This summer she is prepping for the publication for her first novel A Darker Hue of You. On campus, she is apart of ten organizations ranging from the cheerleading team to the robotics club. When she’s not writing, you can catch her reading novels and using Pinterest for writing motivation. After graduation next spring, Danyelle plans to attend law school and become a criminal defense lawyer while continuing her dreams of becoming a New York Times bestselling author. SOREN LIT podcast host and Founding Editor: Melodie J. Rodgers www.sorenlit.com
13:54
July 24, 2021
Shi Evans- SOREN LIT Summer issue 2021
Shi Evans is a research/project assistant for the Sports and Race Initiative at the National Museum of African American History and Culture.  She started writing after leaving the FBI to live in South Korea on military orders with her spouse. Shi draws on years of travel experience and meeting interesting people to write captivating stories. She wrote Whiskey Road and will release her second novel this fall. Her publishing company, Georgetown Literary, has also published  the novel Faith for Ava. Shi writes academic articles for publication with the museum as well.                   Shi is an alumna of Savannah State University and has a master of public administration. SOREN LIT podcast host and Founding Editor: Melodie J. Rodgers www.sorenlit.com
08:31
July 24, 2021
Ellen Birkett Morris- SOREN LIT Summer issue 2021
Ellen Birkett Morris is the author of Lost Girls, a collection of short stories called "a varied set of tales from a skilled practitioner of the short form" by Kirkus Reviews. Her fiction has appeared in Shenandoah, Antioch Review, Notre Dame Review, South Carolina Review, and Santa Fe Literary Review, among other journals. She is a winner of the Bevel Summers Prize for short fiction. Morris is a recipient of a 2013 Al Smith Fellowship from the Kentucky Arts Council. SOREN LIT Editor and Podcast Host: Melodie J Rodgers www.sorenlit.com
19:18
July 12, 2021
Tia King- SOREN LIT Summer issue 2021
Tia King (she/they) is a 20 year old musician, creative writer, and teaching artist hailing from Atlanta, Georgia. She is an Atlanta Youth Poet Laureate Ambassador an well as Youth Speaks’ 2018 MC Olympian, as awarded to her by Brave New Voices International Festival and Poetry Slam. Her work has been published by VOX Teen Communications and in Oglethorpe University’s “The Tower.” In her Hometown, Tia continues to amplify inner city youth voices as Atlanta Word Works’ lead facilitator and collective coach. Guest: Tia King SORENLIT Podcast Host and Founding Editor- Melodie J. Rodgers www.sorenlit.com
22:43
July 05, 2021
Arden Eli Hill- SOREN LIT Summer issue 2021
Arden Eli Hill is a genderqueer (he or they) white writer from Louisiana.  To preorder a copy of Bloodwater Parish (an exploration of gender, sexuality, race, and adoption in poems) forthcoming from Seven Kitchen's press, please email Arden at Arden@ardenelihill.com.  Arden's recent and forthcoming publications include Hip Mama, Trans Bodies Trans Selves, Strange Horizons, and The Wellesley Review. is a genderqueer (he or they) white writer from Louisiana.  To preorder a copy of Bloodwater Parish (an exploration of gender, sexuality, race, and adoption in poems) forthcoming from Seven Kitchen's press, please email Arden at Arden@ardenelihill.com.  Arden's recent and forthcoming publications include Hip Mama, Trans Bodies Trans Selves, Strange Horizons, and The Wellesley Review. Guest:Arden Eli Hill  SOREN LIT Podcast Host and Founding Editor- Meloddie J. Rodgers WWW.sorenlit.com
15:45
July 05, 2021
Ariana Francesca Thomas- SOREN LIT Summer issue 2021
Ariana Francesca Thomas- SOREN LIT Summer issue 2021 Ariana Francesca is a Black, mother poet of the Deep South, born and raised in Jonesboro, Georgia. Her work explores the positions, reflections, and interconnectedness of Black motherhood, womanhood, spirit and epic memory.  With roots as a performance poet, Ariana’s work has been featured at The Kennedy Center, The Verizon Center, The National Black Arts Festival, on America's Next Top Model, The HistoryMakers, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and other international stages, recordings and compilations. Ariana is also a Queens University of Charlotte MFA, Poetry candidate and Watering Hole Poetry Fellow. Her work is featured or forthcoming in/on Netflix’s Strong Black Lead, Burrow Press, Jelly Bucket Magazine, and elsewhere. SOREN LIT podcast host- Melodie J. Rodgers www.sorenlit.com
17:50
June 27, 2021
Courtney LeBlanc- SOREN LIT Summer issue 2021
Courtney LeBlanc- SOREN LIT Summer issue 2021 Courtney LeBlanc is the author of the full length collections Exquisite Bloody, Beating Heart (Riot in Your Throat, July 2021),  Beautiful & Full of Monsters (Vegetarian Alcoholic Press, March 2020), The Violence Within (Flutter Press, 2018, currently out of print), and All in the Family (Bottlecap Press, 2016, currently out of print) , and a Pushcart Prize  and Best of the Net nominee. She has an MFA from Queens University of Charlotte. She loves nail polish, tattoos, and a soy latte each morning. SOREN LIT podcast host & Editor- Melodie J. Rodgers www.sorenlit.com
17:27
June 27, 2021
Khalisa Rae- SOREN LIT Summer issue 2021
Khalisa Rae is a poet and journalist in Durham, NC that speaks with furious rebellion. She is the author of Ghost in a Black Girl's Throat (Red Hen Press 2021). Her essays are featured in Autostraddle, Catapult, LitHub, as well as articles in B*tch Media, NBC-BLK, and others. Her poetry appears in Frontier Poetry, Florida Review, Rust & Moth, PANK,  Carousel, HOBART, among countless others. She is the winner of the Bright Wings Poetry contest, the Furious Flower Gwendolyn Brooks Poetry Prize, and the White Stag Publishing Contest, among other prizes. Currently, she serves as Assistant Editor for Glass Poetry and co-founder of Think in Ink and the Women of Color Speak reading series. Her second collection Unlearning Eden is forthcoming from White Stag Publishing in 2022. Follow here at @k_lisarae on Twitter. Find more information here: khalisarae.com GUEST: Khalisa Rae, Author of Ghost in a Black Girl's Throat SOREN LIT podcast host & Editor: Melodie J. Rodgers www.sorentlit.com
12:59
June 27, 2021
Brooke Dupree- SOREN LIT Summer issue 2021
Brooke Dupree is a future memoirist and an English instructor at Greenville Technical College in Greenville, South Carolina where her passion is teaching entry level reading and composition. Brooke has a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of South Carolina, a Masters in Writing from Coastal Carolina University, and an MFA in Creative Writing from Queens University in Charlotte. She enjoys spending time with her family and drinking wine with her friends. Brooke lives in Easley, South Carolina with her husband and daughter. Guest: Brooke Dupree- SOREN LIT Summer issue 2021 SOREN LIT podcast host: Melodie J. Rodgers www.sorenlit.com
30:07
June 27, 2021
Leslie Peterson- SOREN LIT Summer issue 2021
SOREN LIT Podcast- Summer issue 2021. www.sorenlit.com Podcast Host and Founding Editor, Melodie J. Rodgers Leslie Peterson Leslie Peterson grew up in rural middle Georgia, and lives there still, working for a local non-profit and trifling occasionally with poetry and stories. When she's not working or writing, she can be found wrangling a plethora of creatures from cats to quail or coaxing her hazard garden to grow... i, too, collect bones by Leslie Peterson if it doesn't fit, force it into the joint. but I digress—first, you must excavate. golden relics, samite, red mud, hydria, hercules beetle horns, shrike wings, harvestmen fangs and legs that still writhe after death. sweep it all away and dig up the bones of your mothers. the teeth of a woman who stood before the mastodon, spear in hand, screaming hoarse triumphs. the humerus of she who stood with sword of iron between intruder and heir, trembling in fear. the ossicles that listened on the edge of the bluff to the wild ocean roar and dove into the roiling foam like a bird of prey and came up for salty air— despite despite despite —and did it with a laugh, for spite. do not let them rest. build yourself from their spines and skint-bare knuckles, and, let them haunt you.
15:50
June 20, 2021
Aanika Eragam - Summer Issue 2021
SOREN LIT Podcast- Episode #3 Podcast Host & Founding Editor, Melodie J. Rodgers Aanika Eragam - Summer Issue 2021 Aanika Eragam is a rising senior at Milton High School in Milton, Georgia. She is the 2021 Atlanta Youth Poet Laureate, and her work has been recognized by the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, Bennington College, and the Vermont College of Fine Arts. She has been published in Teen Vogue and Atlanta Magazine, among others. Outside of writing, she is passionate about history and politics. ON HOME (OR THE LACK THEREOF) by Aanika Eragam Here, I do not know who I am. An American, I proclaim, In the dry, carpet fiber syllables Falling like maple leaves from My accentless tongue. It’s scary carrying culture in this country. I remember the time I wore a kurta To school and got teased mercilessly By incarnadine children who bottled Venom in their veins and ice in their eyes. Last month, another set of snake tongues yelled “Fuck Indians!” while my mother and I crossed the street. To them, our fear was funny. To them, our fear is always funny. I think it’s funny how quickly this melting pot reached its boiling point. I think it’s funny how quickly I learned to hide my dal rice and starve silently at lunch instead. Mother would hold up my Untouched lunchbox with shaking hands, fury Rolling off her in heat waves, ask me if We should leave, go back, her eyes pooling Over like the village well, fists grasping At my arms like chipped rocks. No, I would say, This is home. But the words still felt Stale on my tongue. There, Everyone tells me who to be. Grandmother balks at my hairy knees and potato-skin arms, Tells me to cover up, gives me a long-sleeved kurta and leggings suited for hibernation, As if the raging heat only applies to the boys, Who choke on dust and smog Untangling the village labyrinth. Girls in two braids even like rice crops invite me to play. They ask me what it's like in America. They laugh each time I attempt to speak in our mother tongue, and I realize to them, our language is more sacred than the air we breathe. I feel ashamed. I feel like a butcher flattening each syllable to make it palatable. I feel that there, too, I am a spectacle. There too, I only fit in when my mouth is shut. But these girls, they smile like me, and I want them to want me. The next day, Mother Packs up the tattered suitcase Smelling of jalebi and jaggery. I tell her I want to see the girls again and she says no, we are leaving soon anyway. I don’t want to leave, I tell her, This is home. But the crows chuckle from The telephone line and the Thunder cracks out a roar. In the end, America tells me I’m Indian And India tells me I’m American And when I try to be both I Find out that I am neither, Too foreign to be native so I Must only be alive in the ocean-clad Expanse between two countries, My mother’s womb My only home.
16:51
June 20, 2021
Dr Shanna Greene Benjamin- SOREN LIT Summer Issue 2021
SOREN LIT Summer Issue 2021: www.sorenlit.com SOREN LIT Podcast Host and Founding Editor, Melodie J. Rodgers Episode#1- Shanna Greene Benjamin  Shanna Greene Benjamin is a biographer and scholar who studies the literature, lives, and archives of Black women. Dr. Benjamin earned her Ph.D. in English and M.A. in Afro-American Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison; she received a B.A. in English from Johnson C. Smith University—a historically Black college in Charlotte, North Carolina—where she was class valedictorian. A one-time professor and associate dean at Grinnell College and the former director of the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship program there, Dr. Benjamin is a member of the 2015-2016 HERS class—a program administered by the Higher Education Resource Service that develops women leaders in higher education—and a 2018 graduate of the Council of Independent Colleges' Senior Leadership Academy. Dr. Benjamin has published on African American literature and Black women's intellectual history in African American Review, MELUS, a/b: Auto/Biography, Studies in American Fiction, and PMLA. Her book, Half in Shadow: The Life and Legacy of Nellie Y. McKay, is forthcoming from UNC Press (April 12). Through her coaching and consulting firm, FireStarter, and her First Book at Mid-Career Institute, Dr. Benjamin lives out her passion for giving post-tenure faculty the strategies and support they need to achieve professional goals that reflect personal, not institutional, priorities. A Mellon Mays undergraduate fellow who now facilitates Social Science Research Council writing retreats for MMUF dissertators and serves on the UNCF/Mellon Board of Advisors, Dr. Benjamin is an independent scholar who lives with her family in Charlotte, North Carolina.
25:50
June 20, 2021
GREETINGS! Welcome to the SOREN LIT Podcast!
Welcome to the SOREN LIT Podcast! Meet Host and Founding Editor, Melodie J. Rodgers.  Get updates on all things SOREN LIT!  www.sorenlit.com Twitter: @LitSoren Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sorenlit Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sorenlit/
14:05
April 20, 2021