Alexis Rhone Fancher
Alexis Rhone Fancher’s poem, “when I turned fourteen, my mother’s sister took me to lunch and said:” was chosen by Edward Hirsch for inclusion in The Best American Poetry of 2016. Her poems and flash fiction have been published in over 200 literary magazines and journals, including: RATTLE, Verse Daily, VOX POPULI, Slipstream, Spillway, Askew, Plume, The American Journal of Poetry, The Pedestal Magazine, Petrichor, Duende, Diode, Paterson Literary Journal, Wide Awake: Poets of Los Angeles, The MacGuffin, Hobart, Aeolian Harp, The night heron barks, Tinderbox, SWWIM. Verdad, Glass, SoFloPoJo, and elsewhere.

Find Alexis’s photographs on the cover of Witness, Pithead Chapel, The Pedestal Magazine, and Heyday, as well as a 5-page spread in River Styx, and elsewhere. Her street photography is published world-wide.

Since 2013 Alexis has been nominated 29 times for the Pushcart Prize, 1 Best Short Fiction award, 1 Best Micro-Fiction award, and 6 Best of the Net awards. In 2018 she won The Pangolin Prize for Poetry. She and her husband live and collaborate on the bluffs of San Pedro, CA, twenty five miles from downtown L.A. They have a spectacular view.

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Alexis Rhone Fancher was a Featured Poet at the August 2022 Second Sunday Poetry Series