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HOOT Print Issue 24, September 2013

MY LIFE by Eva Langston My Life Eva Langston received her MFA in Fiction Writing from the University of New Orleans.  She is currently a math curriculum consultant, but she’d like to make writing her real job.  Follow her adventures at inthegardenofeva.com. To purchase copies of this issue (which can be used as postcards), please go […]

HOOT Print Issue 23, August 2013

VACATION LABORERS by Lucas Ahlsen artwork by Juliette Watts Lucas Ahlsen grew up in the suburban forests surrounding Portland, Maine. More of his work can be found at vikinglightning.tumblr.com. Juliette Watts is an artist who lives near Philadelphia. She works as scientific illustrator for the Forest Service. This year, her first picture book was published […]

HOOT Print Issue 22, July 2013

ANCIENT HISTORY by Timothy Russell Artwork by Alex Norelli Timothy Russell lives at mile 61 on the Ohio River. He publishes a poem or two here & there now & then. Alex Norelli was born in 1984 in Emmaus, Pennsylvania.  Because of an early acclimatization to noise and an artistic propensity, he now makes New […]

HOOT Print Issue 21, June 2013

ELECTION STRATEGIES by Melanie Boeckman Artwork by Kelly Meissner Melanie Boeckmann is a writer and researcher. Melanie lives in Germany, where you can reach her on Twitter (@m_ian) or at http://theincrediblemeeow.tumblr.com. She is fond of cupcakes and record players. Kelly Meissner is an Illustrator/Designer living in the Philadelphia Area. For more of her work, visit […]

HOOT Print Issue 20, May 2013

COTTAGE GROVE, TN by Sarah Kilch Gaffney Artwork by Milanka Reardon Sarah Kilch Gaffney lives in Maine with her husband and daughter.  In her spare time she is pursuing a nursing degree and attempting to perfect her homemade caramels recipe. Milanka Reardon (milankareardon.com) holds natural science and children’s book illustration certificates from the Rhode Island […]

HOOT Print Issue 19, April 2013

MY FATHER SOLD MACHINES by Evan Perriello Evan Perriello studied writing at Ithaca College. He lives in Boston with his wife Rebecca and their imaginary dog. You can see more of his work at evanperriello.com. My Father Sold Machines To purchase copies of this issue (which can be used as postcards), please go here and […]

HOOT Print Issue 18, March 2013

    ON THE YOUNG poetry by Elisa Gabbert & Kathleen Rooney artwork by Lisa Lapoint Roese Elisa Gabbert is the author of The Self Unstable (forthcoming from Black Ocean in Fall 2013) and The French Exit (Birds LLC, 2010). She blogs at http://thefrenchexit.blogspot.com/. Kathleen Rooney is a founding editor of Rose Metal Press and the author […]

HOOT Print Issue 17, February 2013

    That Girl fiction by Carrie Muller Carrie Muller is a young writer with big dreams and small feet. She lives in Lancaster, PA and blogs about all the ways she embarrasses herself at suddenlyshesneezed.blogspot.com. That Girl To purchase copies of this issue (which can be used as postcards), please go here and specify […]

HOOT Print Issue 16, January 2013

    SALT fiction by Mathew Fasullo   Mathew Fasullo writes stories about the ocean from a blanket fort in Edmonton, Canada. You can read them on the interwebs at www.the glasstypewriter.tumblr.com. To purchase copies of this issue (which can be used as postcards), please go here and specify “Issue #16″ at checkout.

HOOT Print Issue 15, December 2012

    BOND GIRL fiction by Cynthia Litz Cynthia Litz ‘s fiction has appeared in Narrative, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, Camera Obscura, and The Annals of Internal Medicine. To purchase copies of this issue (which can be used as postcards), please go here and specify “Issue #15″ at checkout.

HOOT Print Issue 14, November 2012

  EVAN poem by James M. Croteau   Jim Croteau lives in Kalamazoo, Michigan with his partner of 28 years, Darryl, and their two labrador retrievers. He is a professor and psychologist dreaming of being a poet. This is his first published poem! Evan To purchase copies of this issue (which can be used as […]

HOOT Issue 13, October 2012

    Brendan Todt  lives, teaches, and rides his bike in Sioux City, Iowa.  You can find recent work in NANO Fiction and Ninth Letter.  Check him out at brendantodt.com. To purchase copies of this issue (which can be used as postcards), please go here and specify “Issue #13″ at checkout.

HOOT Print Issue 12, September 2012

    HOOT AUDIO 1 UNTITLED Chapin Rose Chapin Rose Gray grew up near Mobile, Alabama. In 2010, she received an MFA from the University of Alabama. She currently lives in Chicago with her husband, Thomas, and her one-year-old son, Louis. Artwork by Zana Bass (http://zanabass.com). Zana Bass is a Philadelphia artist, animator, and philologist. […]

HOOT Print Issue 11, August 2012

  No More Astronauts Adam Loomis is a filmmaker and artist from Minneapolis, MN. Find more of his work at adamploomis.tumblr.com. Drawing by James Hoelscher. To purchase copies of this issue (which can be used as postcards), please go here and specify “Issue #11″ at checkout.

HOOT Print Issue 10, July 2012

  Reynolds_Sandcastle Lacey Reynolds works at a publishing company where she spends her days reading what countless others have written. She spends her nights writing so someday maybe someone else will be spending his/her days reading her words. To purchase copies of this issue (which can be used as postcards), please go here and specify […]

HOOT Print Issue 9, June 2012

  Stacey Balkun studies poetry at Fresno State University and spends her free time exploring America.  Her work has appeared as an Honorable Mention in the Tupelo Press “Spring 2011 Poetry Project.” To purchase copies of this issue (which can be used as postcards), please go here and specify “Issue #9″ at checkout.

HOOT Print Issue 8, May 2012

To purchase copies of this issue (which can be used as postcards), please go here and specify “Issue #8″ at checkout. SEEING JUPITER by Ann Malaspina A former newspaper reporter, Ann Malaspina writes about history for kids. Her latest book is Touch the Sky: Alice Coachman, Olympic High Jumper, a true story in free verse. […]

HOOT Issue 7, April 2012

  COLOGNE by Matt Jones Cologne Audio Matt Jones graduated with a degree in English and currently resides in Austin, Texas with his faithful pooch, Bagheera. To purchase copies of this issue (which can be used as postcards), please go here and specify “Issue #7″ at checkout.  

HOOT Print Issue 6, March 2012

  Annie Smith currently resides in Somerville, MA, though her heart beats for San Francisco. She likes her friends sassy, her men classy, and takes her eggs poached (never scrambled). To purchase copies of this issue (which can be used as postcards), please go here and specify “Issue #6″ at checkout.

HOOT Issue 5, February 2012

  Marcy Campbell lives in Wooster, Ohio, where she’s wrangling her children and her novel-in-progress (sometimes simultaneously!).   Eleanor Leonne Bennett [photograph] is a fifteen-year-old internationally award-winning photographer and artist. Her photography has been published in The Telegraph, The Guardian, BBC News Website and on the cover of books and magazines. To purchase copies of […]

HOOT Print Issue 4, January 2012

“Monastery”  – Fiction by Andrea Uptmor  

HOOT Print Issue 3, December 2011

HOOT Print Issue 3 – December 2011 “Circus Life” – nonfiction by William Henderson.   Will Henderson can be found in Boston, tooling around with his children, updating his blog (hendersonhouseofcards.wordpress.com), tweeting (@avesdad), practicing yoga, and looking for a fortuneteller willing to clue him in on his ever-after ending. To purchase copies of this issue […]

HOOT Print Issue 2, November 2011

HOOT Print Issue 2 – November 2011 “Poem” – poetry by John Steen. John Steen returned to Atlanta last year to complete a PhD in Comparative Literature at Emory University. He rides a teal Peugeot bike and always wears a helmet. To purchase copies of this issue (which can be used as postcards), please go […]

HOOT Print Issue 1, October 2011

HOOT Print Issue 1 – October 2011 “Are We the Dining Dead?” – fiction by J. Bradley. J. Bradley is a contributing writer to Specter Magazine and the Interviews Editor of PANK Magazine. He lives at iheartfailure.net. To purchase copies of this issue (which can be used as postcards), please go here and specify “Issue […]