Due to a minor printing delay, Euphony will be delaying its upcoming issue by one week, from 3/3 to 3/10. Mark your calendars! For those of you who will be near the University of Chicago Campus on March 10th, stop by Cobb Hall to pick up a free print copy and enter our raffle for … Continue reading Updated Release Date: 3/10
It is no more according to Plato than according to me, since he and I understand and see it the same way. The bees plunder the flowers here and there, but afterward they make of them honey, which is all theirs; it is no longer thyme or marjoram. Even so with the pieces borrowed from … Continue reading Fiction: “Cyberian Gulag Archipelago” by George Djuric
Prayer I don’t believe in God, but when I return home from work, the streets deserted, the sun a fond memory, I always take the shortcut, from the train station, down the dark narrow alley where rats scuttle by piles of garbage, their red eyes glowing like matchheads, the sky a tiny slice between tall … Continue reading Poetry: “Prayer” by Charles Rammelkamp
Unified Field Theory At the high point of Territorial Road just east of Tangent, Paul pulls over, decants some citrus-flavored vodka from a plastic pint in a paper bag to an empty fast-food coffee cup, takes a belt and a deep breath, and watches as the winter sun alights along the scrubby lea beneath Pete’s … Continue reading Poetry: “Unified Field Theory” by Ted Jean
Congratulations to Rosaline Zhang, the winner of our Winter 2014 Cover Contest! Her painting, Papa, will be featured in our upcoming issue. Looking for the Winter 2014 issue? Save the date: March 3, 2014.
White Shoes How did white shoes become the shoe of seniors, pensioners, like my father and others of the A.A.R.P.-set, men in their seventies who wear them with light gray wool slacks (why waste good pants from their working years), ball cap, and nylon Members Only jacket, with the epaulets, in earth tones, gold or … Continue reading Poetry: “White Shoes” by Perry Oei