HOOT POSTCARD 76, JANUARY 2018

Titan’s Folly by Rebeca Parrott An avid lover of stories, Rebeca Parrott enjoys spinning her own fairy tales and crafting poems. Her work has previously been printed in the Sherwood Forest Literary Review.

HOOT POSTCARD 75, DECEMBER 2017

The Plunge, 1929 by Kara Vernor  Kara Vernor has received scholarships from the Elizabeth George Foundation and Mendocino Coast Writers’ Conference. Her fiction chapbook, Because I Wanted to Write You a Pop Song, is available from Split Lip Press.

HOOT POSTCARD 74, NOVEMBER 2017

The Matter of Confusion by M.J. Smith M.J. Smith teaches composition, literature, mythology, and assorted arcane disciplines at the City College of San Francisco. He lives windward of Mount Diablo, California and considers this very important.

HOOT POSTCARD 73, OCTOBER 2017

O v O  by Adam Kaiser Adam Kaiser is a writer and illustrator living in Los Angeles.

HOOT POSTCARD 72, SEPTEMBER 2017

Dog Funerals by Cole Meyer art by Alex Bennett     Cole Meyer is a reader and book reviewer at The Masters Review. His writing appears at SmokeLong Quarterly, SAND and elsewhere, and will appear in The Best Small Fictions 2017. Follow him on twitter @ColeA_Meyer. Alex Bennett is a freelance illustrator in NYC with […]

HOOT POSTCARD 71, AUGUST 2017

Janus by L.M. Davenport L.M. Davenport is a first-year MFA candidate at the University of Alabama.  Her work has appeared or is forthcoming at Hobart, Shimmer, Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet, and elsewhere.

HOOT POSTCARD 70, JULY 2017

My animals grow crazy in this wind by Kathryn Smith Kathryn Smith’s first poetry collection, Book of Exodus, is forthcoming from Scablands Books. Her poems have been published in Bellingham Review, Redivider, the Collagist, Mid-American Review, and elsewhere.

HOOT POSTCARD 69, JUNE 2017

Astronomification by T.J. Sellari T.J. Sellari teaches Renaissance literature in the English Department of National Chengchi University in Taipei, where he studies taichi and plays bass for Big Turnip, a local power folk trio.

HOOT POSTCARD 68, MAY 2017

And Now by Diana Roffman Diana Roffman is a poet and middle school teacher in NYC. She has an MFA from The University of Montana. Diana loves sending and receiving postcards, and is honored to be part of HOOT! (and HOOT is honored to publish her <3 )

HOOT POSTCARD 67, APRIL 2017

Othodontia by Allie Marini Allie Marini is a Floridian ex-pat living in the Bay Area with her partner, who is a more successful poet but Allie’s not into name-dropping (Too L.A.). Allie’s written some books, been nominated for some prizes, & exists in a nightmarish hellscape of student loan debt for an MFA that she’ll […]