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'''Asha Anderson's''' stories and poems have appeared various other publications including Whirligig, Byline Magazine, Westwind Review, Skidrow Penthouse, Sein und Werden, Poetry Motel and Brijibasi Spirit.
 
'''Asha Anderson's''' stories and poems have appeared various other publications including Whirligig, Byline Magazine, Westwind Review, Skidrow Penthouse, Sein und Werden, Poetry Motel and Brijibasi Spirit.
  
In the mid-1980s, Anderson founded SkyRiver Press which was, in the beginning, a half ton Challenge letterpress and two table top letterpresses. She later sold the letterpresses and SkyRiver Press became digital. Under its imprint she published selections from her poems and stories in her zines Reddog Review, Driftwork and Ghostwriter. At that time she was also very active in the passionate Usenet discussions and battles on alt.zines. As SkyRiver Press, Asha also collaborated with Michael Barth/Bathtub Productions to produce various interdisciplinary events showcasing a wide range of artists including musicians, poets, actors, storytellers, dancers and mimes.
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In the mid-1980s, Anderson founded SkyRiver Press which was, in the beginning, a half ton Challenge letterpress and two table top letterpresses. She later sold the letterpresses and SkyRiver Press became digital. Under its imprint she published selections from her poems and stories in her zines Reddog Review, Driftwork and Ghostwriter. At that time she was also very active in the passionate discussions and battles on alt.zines. As SkyRiver Press, Asha also collaborated with Michael Barth/Bathtub Productions to produce various interdisciplinary events showcasing a wide range of artists including musicians, poets, actors, storytellers, dancers and mimes.
  
 
When alt.zines imploded Asha, along with many others in alt.zines, moved on to other venues. Her two main blogs are [http://www.ashabot.blogspot.com/ Language Barrier], an ongoing narrative from wherever on whatever, and [http://www.annasadhorse.blogspot.com/ Anna Sadhorse] for her poems. Her photos are available on flickr at [https://flickr.com/ashabot/ ashabot]. She also reads at open mic venues whenever possible, whether in or out of the country.
 
When alt.zines imploded Asha, along with many others in alt.zines, moved on to other venues. Her two main blogs are [http://www.ashabot.blogspot.com/ Language Barrier], an ongoing narrative from wherever on whatever, and [http://www.annasadhorse.blogspot.com/ Anna Sadhorse] for her poems. Her photos are available on flickr at [https://flickr.com/ashabot/ ashabot]. She also reads at open mic venues whenever possible, whether in or out of the country.

Revision as of 20:17, 22 November 2015

Asha Anderson's stories and poems have appeared various other publications including Whirligig, Byline Magazine, Westwind Review, Skidrow Penthouse, Sein und Werden, Poetry Motel and Brijibasi Spirit.

In the mid-1980s, Anderson founded SkyRiver Press which was, in the beginning, a half ton Challenge letterpress and two table top letterpresses. She later sold the letterpresses and SkyRiver Press became digital. Under its imprint she published selections from her poems and stories in her zines Reddog Review, Driftwork and Ghostwriter. At that time she was also very active in the passionate discussions and battles on alt.zines. As SkyRiver Press, Asha also collaborated with Michael Barth/Bathtub Productions to produce various interdisciplinary events showcasing a wide range of artists including musicians, poets, actors, storytellers, dancers and mimes.

When alt.zines imploded Asha, along with many others in alt.zines, moved on to other venues. Her two main blogs are Language Barrier, an ongoing narrative from wherever on whatever, and Anna Sadhorse for her poems. Her photos are available on flickr at ashabot. She also reads at open mic venues whenever possible, whether in or out of the country.



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