A quarterly international literary journal

Alan Toth

Alan Toth is a writer and filmmaker based in San Francisco. His short film Mining Phosphorus, which chronicles the environmental damage caused by phosphate mining, was screened at film festivals around the United States and a version of the film was broadcast on PBS Newshour. His feature documentary Posh Corps chronicled the experiences of Peace Corps Volunteers in South Africa and was screened at universities around the United States. Alan’s work has been published by The Atlantic, KQED, Mission Local, The Sacramento Bee, Kjarninn, UC San Francisco and The Plentitudes. He earned a Master in Journalism from UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism. He also studied multimedia at the Art Institute of Portland, media and communications at the University of Auckland in New Zealand, and fine art at Northwest College in Powell, Wyoming. Twitter: @Alan_Toth


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The Plentitudes is a quarterly international literary journal founded in New York City.

Each issue showcases a selection of captivating stories, essays, and poetry from diverse voices.