Poetry and photography by Luis Stacy Esch as part of a special feature in April focusing on our contributing artists.
Today, we have notable poet Alice Wiess, and her review of Spruce Alley Press’ production of Kenneth Pobo’s When the Light Turns Green, with artwork by Stacy Esch. When the Light Turns [...]
Oddball Magazine is pleased to announce its nominations for Volume 2 of the literary anthology Best Indie Lit New England (BILiNE) from Black Key Press. The Kickstarter program for BILiNE was [...]
Satellites We are satellites Spinning dangerously Throughout this unending universe Simple stardust Caught in mason jars Shaken with poison tonic Toxic elixirs A suicide syringe Injected like homing beacons Magnetic [...]
Old Saint God “Announcing your plans is a good way to hear God laugh.” Al Swearengen, Deadwood But, damn, there are so many ways to make God laugh, and in that [...]
"Candle" © Stacy Esch In My Room Soldier's home Moonless night Black Surrounded by enemy silence Machines hum like jailbirds Fixing to riot Words and images Soft melodies [...]