WHEREABOUTS
An Outside in Literary & Travel Magazine Anthology
Edited by Brandi Dawn Henderson

Brandi Dawn Henderson

BRANDI DAWN HENDERSON is a traveling writer, on regular journeys that prove truths to be no strangers to fictions. She’s been an Indophile since 2007, and spent several years experiencing winters in India and summers in Alaska. Some of her favorite things include puns, peaches, freckles in the shapes of things, and Susanna Wickes.

Henderson worked as a columnist for New Delhi’s First City Magazine, a position in which she wrote about her experience as an American expatriate living in India’s capitol city. She was also a contributor to Time Out Delhi, and has had work published in Mason’s Road Literary Journal, JMWW, Three-Quarter Review, 20 Something Magazine, Lost Literary Magazine, Urbanite, and Dillinet Magazine. She acts as the Editor in Chief of Outside In Literary & Travel Magazine, a journal which seeks to promote cross-cultural understandings through global storytelling.

Henderson holds an MA in writing (with a specialization in creative nonfiction) from Johns Hopkins University, and teaches English composition when she’s not busy daydreaming about appositives.  www.brandidawnhenderson.com.

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Gonzales’s poems speak assertively, and the poet’s use of complex periodic sentences lends his lines accumulating power. My translation closely follows the poet’s syntax, and I hope that recreates the drive of the poems.

Lynn Levin

The Black Arts Movement made it clear that you’re not just writing for yourself, but for the masses. Poetry today is more about “me” as opposed to “we.” It’s more or less an ego exercise and much of it wallows heavily in the pathos of our lives.

Abiodun Oyewole

My primary goal with this novel was to pay my respects to William Faulkner’s classic The Wild Palms. Retelling Faulkner’s tale with Latino characters seems like a natural stage of literary evolution, one that mirrors the evolving literary relationship between our twin continents.

Ezra Fitz

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