From the Archives: “The Night Keeps” by Bryce Thornburg

Cool and leaves Find like parts To line the yard Each tree rather Unclung to A departure The fenced-in Quality throws me

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Spring 2014 Cover Contest

Euphony Journal is putting together its Spring 2014 issue, and we are on the search for a new cover. Send along your favorite photographs and visual arts projects for consideration! Please email your images to euphonyjournal@gmail.com by Friday, April 4th. You are welcome to submit multiple entries. Browse through our website to look through our past issues for inspiration. … Continue reading Spring 2014 Cover Contest

From the Archives: “A Mom Reads Kipling” by Elizabeth Bastos

I am the many-armed goddess of the market-going and market-coming-back-from, a sacred balloon tied to each child’s wrist. Death of shrimp. In the middle of the night, you better believe I am the mongoose. Beside me lies the lump of Man, unconscious, who does not hear (and maybe could never hear) the stirrings of Nag, … Continue reading From the Archives: “A Mom Reads Kipling” by Elizabeth Bastos

Winter 2014 Issue

It's here! Click the image to download a PDF. For those of you near the University of Chicago Campus on March 10th, stop by Cobb Hall to pick up a print copy and enter our raffle for a $25 Seminary Co-op Gift Card. For details, click here.