Ashley Naftule is a writer & theater artist based in Phoenix, AZ. He’s a resident playwright and Associate Artistic Director at Space55 theatre. He’s written and produced four full-length plays: Ear, The First Annual Bookburners Convention, The Canterbury Tarot, and Radio Free Europa. A fifth play, Peppermint Beehive, will be premiering at Space55 in Spring 2021.
As a freelance journalist, he’s been published in The AV Club, Bright Wall/Dark Room, Pitchfork, Bandcamp, Vice, Phoenix New Times, Longreads, Echo Magazine, Arizona Republic, Vinyl Me Please, Under The Radar, Consequence of Sound, Aquarium Drunkard, Inverse, Popula, Spiral Nature, Outline, Invisible Oranges, Tucson Weekly, and March Vladness.
He’s had fiction, poetry, and satire published in The Hard Times, Rinky Dink Press, Ghost City Press, These Poems Are Not What They Seem, Write On/The Future Looms, The Molotov Cocktail, Runt Of The Litter, Bone & Ink Press, Rhythym & Bones, Hypnopomp, Ellipsis Zine, The Occulum, Nice Cage, Moonchild Magazine, Four Chambers Press, Hobo Camp Review, Jenny Mag, L’Ephemere Review, Cabinet of Heed, Aether/Ichor, Darling Can’t You Hear Me?, Grasslimb Journal, Mojave Heart, Amethyst Review, Dark City Mystery Magazine, Rabid Oak, and Pink Plastic House (forthcoming).