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ABOUT

Kurt Ostrow, (left) Gabrielle Grace Hogan (center), and Rob Colgate (right)

Pictured: Kurt David Ostrow, Gabrielle Grace Hogan, and Rob Macaisa Colgate

Gabrielle Grace Hogan (she/her) received her MFA from the University of Texas at Austin. A Ragdale Fellow, she is the author of the chapbooks Soft Obliteration (Ghost City Press 2020) and Love Me With the Fierce Horse Of Your Heart (Ursus Americanus 2023).Her poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in TriQuarterly, CutBank, Salt Hill, The Los Angeles Review, Missouri Review, and others. Her essays can be found on Autostraddle and The Austin Chronicle.Currently She is a Team Writer for Autostraddle. In the past she has served as Poetry Editor for Bat City Review, and was the Founder/Editor of You Flower / You Feast, a self-published anthology of work inspired by Harry Styles.Currently she is at work on a full-length poetry manuscript. When she is not writing, she is a Dungeons & Dragons DM, drag king, or getting up the energy for another hobby. She has a black cat named Mothman. She currently lives on the ancestral territory of the Plains Tribes (Austin, Texas).

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WRITING

FORTHCOMING
"Preservation Method" & "The Field Where I Was Most Alone" — Salamander
SELECT POEMS
"921 N Cooper" — Grist, Issue 16
"Thrush" — Swamp Ape Review, Vol. VII
"The Body Keeps Score But Man Am I Bad At Math" — Missouri Review
"Devotion" — Frontier Poetry
"If You Have A Minute to Spare, Tell Me Everything You Know" — The Los Angeles Review
"Charleston Poem" — North American Review
"How Do We Name This" — TriQuarterly, Issue 163
“Self-Portrait as Blah Blah Blah, Etc.” — Maudlin House
ESSAYS
"Texas’ DIY Parties Are Creating Spaces for Lesbians From Scratch," Autostraddle
"We Loved boygenius Because of How They Loved Each Other," Autostraddle
Other Autostraddle essays
CV with full list of publications here.

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PUBLICATIONS

CHAPBOOKS

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EVENTS

Pictured, left to right: Conor Bracken, Kevin Latimer, Negesti Kaudo, Matt Mitchell, Gabrielle Grace Hogan, and Hanif Abdurraqib

UPCOMINGNone at this time.PAST24 April 2024 VIRS: Death & Taxes
(community garden, Austin TX)
6 April 2024 Zines + Things: Adrienne Novy's THE ART IN THIS EXHIBIT IS VERY FRAGILE & WE ASK THAT YOU DO NOT TOUCH IT Release Reading
(Online)
10 Apr 2023 Sadie Dupuis' Cry Perfume Reading
(Bookwoman, Austin TX)
26 Mar 2023 Love Me With the Fierce Horse of Your Heart Chapbook Release & Reading
(Shipe Park, Austin TX)
10 Feb 2023 - Red Light Lit's "From The He(art)"
(Native Hostel, Austin TX)
9 Sept 2022 - Tomorrow’s Party by Literary Cleveland for 2022 Inkubator Poetry Festival
(Worthington Yards, Cleveland OH)
29 Apr 2022 - Red Light Lit’s "Rituals of the Recklessly Tender"
(Almost Real Things HQ, Austin TX)
5 Mar 2022 - Maryan Nagy Captan Sixteen Rabbits Chapbook Launch
(Online)
15 Dec 2021 - That’s So Me: Self-Ish Mix Virtual Launch Reading Presented by Peach Mag
(Online)
15 Nov 2021 - GET LIT Presented by Nomadic Press
(Online)
28 Oct 2021 - Bat City Review Presents: A Haunted Reading
(Cheer Up Charlie’s, Austin TX)
29 Sept 2021 - Poetry on the Pond
(The University of Texas at Austin, Austin TX)
11 Nov 2020 - No RSVP Episode 2
(Online)
19 April 2020 - BRNHS presents: This Series Is (Not) On Netflix
(Online)
29 Jan 2020 - Aural Literature
(Austin Public Library - Terrazas Branch, Austin TX)

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FEATURES & INTERVIEWS

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FREE PALESTINE

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Kurt Ostrow, (left) Gabrielle Grace Hogan (center), and Rob Colgate (right)