SR Stewart is an MFA student in poetry. Her poetic focus stems from the works of Berryman, Plath, and Bukowski. She currently lives in the Pacific Northwest farming her garden and working as the associate acquisitions editor for Unsolicited Press.
We present the Spring 2014 issue, fresh off the presses. Click on the image below to download a PDF.
Garbage Girl Dad chucks trash onto an already full heap. I sit on the roof of the ’82 Silverado and watch. The skin of my legs below the edges of my shorts burn on the truck roof as the valley sun tries to turn me into a puddle. But I’m ok where I am because … Continue reading Poetry: “Garbage Girl” by Glorianne Outlaw
Euphony is releasing its spring issue on Monday, 5/19! Check back here to find an electronic copy, and for those of you in the Chicago area, we'll be hosting a launch party to celebrate the arrival of our 28th issue. More details can be found here on Facebook. We look forward to seeing you there!
You were your own deep exterior; a shallop That took one rower; A sink whose slush sounded like a rill; Ballast so cubed in blue-black water Sometimes you sensed your own depth. You were the sleepy steamed broccoli; the travel Serendipity; the room whose light Stayed up past 3 A.M.; The goldfish that prayed for … Continue reading From the Archives: “An Ode to Ellipses” by Chen Kasher
Thornton Dial & Flesh-Eating Beetles Two bobcats, a deer, a cow's head, a Labrador retriever, all in a heavy-duty lawn & leaf bag. When the bones've been cleaned by beetles, weight and gravity disappear. If pheromones spread to marrow, then ladybugs will come here this winter to sleep and die, leaving trails of yellow blood … Continue reading Poetry: “Thornton Dial and Flesh-Eating Beatles” by Carrie Meadows