by Naomi Ulsted
“Any art that matters presents, somehow, an argument against. It’s a dream of alternatives and an assertion of spirit.” Naomi Ulsted talks with John Domini about activism, Naples, and not overthinking craft.
Naomi Ulsted writes fiction, memoir, and screenplays. Her work has been published in Mud Season Review, The New Guard, and The Forge, among others. She’s been awarded an Oregon Literary Arts fellowship in drama. She’s a member of AWP, Willamette Writers and the Pacific Northwest Writers Association.