Stone Soup Servings Presents: Bill Perrault


Stone Soup Servings is a regular series for Oddball Magazine that features upcoming performers at Stone Soup Poetry, the long-running spoken word venue in the Boston area that has recently partnered with Oddball Magazine. Stone Soup Poetry meets from 8-10 p.m. every Monday at the Out of The Blue Art Gallery at 106 Prospect Street […]

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Poem by Jamila Ouriour


Tired of the dance I pack all my things My purse My identity card A few cases of some frozen times, and I spit times I hate; novels and stories of cursed times came down my mouth; I sheltered my child of the hardships between my eyelids, I called him lion for I pulled him […]

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Two Poems by Chris Warner


Morning Snow I’d been looking for it all week— at dawn, not sleeping at midnight— and when I woke this morning, my imaginings were true: the moon had finally fallen, spattered itself all over everything, the lawn out there like wet white suicide. No stars. No sun. No horizon. Yew trees, once gum-like green, bowed […]

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The Last(ish) Word Presents: Puttin’ Putin Down Again


In this new series for Oddball Magazine, cartoonist George Panagooulos and poet Chad Parenteau will take political cartooning and mix it with light (and not so light) politically charged verse inspired (sometimes loosely) by the illustration, sometimes maybe even in opposition to it. This will be an experimental venture with words and pictures, which might […]

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Jagged Thoughts # 15: Poets Wanting A Letter of Reference


———- Forwarded message ———- From: Jason Wright Date: Sun, Jun 17, 2012 at 11:39 PM Subject: RE: Jason Wright oddballmagazine@gmail.com To: JD (jdonotemailmesubmissions@gmail.com) DH (dahellisitwithannoyingyoungpoets@msn.com}, JC (jchristdon’temailme@hotmail.com), BG (bgoddontmakeuremailpublic@rcn.com) J.D. Been on the job hunt and wanted to know if you knew of any job openings in the poetry Industry, J.D. I was walking down […]

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