Naoko Fujimoto Poetry & Art introduces readers to graphic poetry, showcases books and project developments, and shares other influential poets and their accomplishments. Explore this site to immerse your senses and find where their creative transference may lead.
Naoko Fujimoto was born and raised in Nagoya, Japan. She was an exchange student and received a B.A. and M.A. from Indiana University. Her forthcoming poetry collections are "Mother Said, I Want Your Pain", winner of the Shared Dream Immigrant Contest by Backbone Press (spring, 2018), "Where I Was Born", winner of the editor's choice by Willow Books (spring, 2019), and "Glyph:Graphic Poetry=Trans. Sensory" by Tupelo Press (winter, 2019). Her first chapbook, “Home, No Home”, won the annual Oro Fino Chapbook Competition by Educe Press and another short collection, “Silver Seasons of Heartache” by Glass Lyre Press, are available from each press. She is a RHINO fellow, and established the Well.Fed.Artist movement with Catherine Cowie.