We called her Tin, and she had been old all our lives. She was already in her late sixties when my mother and her brothers were kids and christened her “Tin,” abbreviating her name––as young children are wont to do––from “Tante Lillian” to “Ta-lin” to “Tin.” The nickname stuck. Now, at age ninety-eight, Tin was […]Read More Prose: “Tin’s Grand Entrance” by Alan Gartenhaus
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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
These willows are crones,
drinking tea, sipping
tea with the newly dead,
who have arrived recently.
Around them, the […]
The silence of the midnight valley was broken by the patter of running feet. Then came the cry—“Bear!” And again, a different voice, “Bear! Bear!” And then a chorus of “Bears!” Lantern lights came on, flashlight beams cut through the darkness, and my two buddies came shuffling past me, grinning. “Tea time,” Rob said. He […]Read More FICTION: “The Yosemite Bear Bandits” by Frank Scozzari
Once upon a time in a remote nook of the universe, beyond the farthermost twinkling star, there was a sky traveler and his spaceship. On clear nights in those days long gone, a patient and diligent sky watcher could spot a grain of light dashing about in a zig-zag trajectory. Yet it was not a […]Read More FICTION: “The Traveler and the Spaceship” by Derek Frydel
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
The Night We Set The Dead Kid On Fire by Ephraim Scott Sommers Tebot Bach Press, February 2017 Review by Miles White Ephraim Scott Sommers is a poet and musician from Orlando, by way of Atascadero and Kalamazoo. The Night We Set the Dead Kid on Fire is his first collection of poetry. “Water Body,” […]Read More REVIEW: The Night We Set The Dead Kid On Fire by Ephraim Scott Sommers