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issue 22 |JULY|
Hannah Neal Fleming writes poetry with a futuristic bent, tracing the internet age, forms of privilege, and the dystopian south. She has self-published two chapbooks, Millennial Garbage and Two Faces of the Moon, and her poetry has appeared in publications such as Snakeskin webzine, Snapdragon: A Journal of Art and Healing and Leviathan Magazine, a journal of fine arts at Colorado College. She received her B.A in Creative Writing from Colorado College where she worked extensively on a novel about music producers and/or cannibals. In 2017, she helped found Feedback Poetry Collective and continues to carve a place for poets in Atlanta, GA. More of her writing can be found here.
A definite “in-betweener” of a variety of interests and hobbies, Yoon was born and reared in Korea. She holds a Ph.D. in 16th and 17th century English literature, is a DJ and loves records, and also likes to draw and paint. She lives in Atlanta with her husband, a beautiful cat named Reginald, and a new addition to the household, a cat named Spicy.