It’s pumpkin season! Show us your best fall-flavored works and submit to our contest. Limit one entry per author. Please address any questions to email@example.com.Read More Fall Contest: Pumpkin Spiced Stories
Our poetry and prose editors Annabella Archaki and Orliana Morag are here with some recommendations for the coming school year! […]Read More Back to School Reading Recommendations
Salvatore Difalco is a much-published author from Toronto. “The Teeth,” collected in his recent Minotaur and Other Stories, was first published in the Winter 2018 issue of Euphony Journal. Minotaur and Other Stories is a slow read in the best possible way. Yes, these are meditative, brooding stories (though there are a few page-turners mixed […]Read More REVIEW: Minotaur and Other Stories by Salvatore Difalco
Martin Ott is a writer from Los Angeles. In April of 2014, Euphony Journal published “Fireside Chat,” a collaborative poem between Ott and John F. Buckley, online. Fake News Poems is Ott’s eighth book. The concept that underpins Martin Ott’s Fake News Poems is compelling, of course: for every week of 2017, Ott took a […]Read More REVIEW: Fake News Poems by Martin Ott
… okay you have to start over, that’s all. Huh? We’re at the beginning of the program again okay? Soup Kitchen: just start in on it like: here’s the big event that ended it, the event that no one talks about. I guess. Once upon a time—now it’s your turn: GoRead More Fiction: “Amateur Altruism” By Jody Azzouni
Carrying Grandfather I didn’t know you, except once, when I visited, and you peeled those Chinese pears for me – slinking the dulled, rusted knife across the skin. You smiled, I smiled. I counted your freckles, their withered yellow, like faded marigolds. I remember wanting to touch your aged, leathery skin. Later, I didn’t know […]Read More Poetry: “Carrying Grandfather” by Jessie Li
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 […]Read More Poetry: “Thornton Dial and Flesh-Eating Beatles” by Carrie Meadows
To give people more time to submit their work, we are extending the deadline for our cover photo contest to this Sunday, January 26th! As before, please send your images to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you, and we look forward to reviewing your submissions! -The EditorsRead More Euphony Cover Contest Deadline Extended!