Thank you so much for visiting Naoko Fujimoto's website.
Please enjoy reading some of her original poems and learning about her projects. She recently renamed her website to FUJI HUB in hopes that this website becomes a way station where people come and find other outlets. There are many articles and writers' & artists' website links, here!
Have a wonderful poetic day!
Working On Gallery
Naoko Fujimoto has been collecting craft essays since September 2020. It was her pandemic project and is becoming a fantastic online gallery. This is a phenomenal collection that current leading artists speak their thoughts of their creative processes. This is so unique because this is different from journal & magazine publishing. This is more personal and something fantastic is starting. Welcome to Working on Gallery!
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GLYPH: Graphic Poetry Audio
Graphic Poetry Audio Project is an online exhibition, which is a collaboration with Naoko Fujimoto’s graphic poems and recordings by modern leading writers, poets, and artists.
RHINO Poetry *Graphic* Reviews & Projects
"I invite you to explore the third annual RHINO Reviews Graphic Issue. Selected poetry books are reviewed by poets who are experts at experimenting with words and images. These thirteen remarkable artists push the frontiers of non-traditional book reviews. Welcome to the future of literary art." -Naoko Fujimoto, Guest Editor
The Rose Metal Press Field Guide to Graphic Literature:
Artists and Writers on Creating Graphic Narratives, Poetry Comics, and Literary Collage
Edited by Kelcey Parker Ervick and Tom Hart
Featuring Essays and Graphic Literature Work From: Justine Andersen, Oliver Baez Bendorf, Leonie Brialey, Thi Bui, David Dodd Lee, Arwen Donahue, Trinidad Escobar, Naoko Fujimoto, Marnie Galloway, Lauren Haldeman, Tom Hart, Harmony Holiday, Mira Jacob, Keith Knight, Aidan Koch, Matt Madden, Mita Mahato, Deborah Miranda, Josh Neufeld, Zeke Peña, Nick Francis Potter, Kristen Radtke, Scott Roberts, Alexander Rothman, Eleni Sikelianos, Bianca Stone, and Lawrence Sutin.