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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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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
I grabbed film to catch it, black cat in a grazing field, stalking birds, a buoy in an ocean, a miserable dis- coloration piled loose in a stairwell of thought, un- photographable in its place. Originally published in Spring 2008.
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
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.
Don't forget! Our latest issue will be released this upcoming Monday. For those near the University of Chicago Campus, we'll be distributing our issues on campus. Stop by to pick up a copy, grab a cookie, and enter for a chance to win a $25 gift card to the Seminary Co-op Bookstore. For more details, … Continue reading Coming Soon: Our Winter 2014 Issue
You can do it in a bathroom, curtains drawn, lights out. Any room where there’s a mirror. Some recommend the use of candles, but the best results can only be achieved in total darkness. Make sure the glass is clean. You don’t want to mistake dust or scratches for anything more than what they are. … Continue reading From the Archives: “Mirror” by Robin Kish