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 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 61, OCTOBER 2016

Cup of Moon by Andrea Farber-De Zubiria   Andrea Farber-De Zubiria’s poems have been published in Cargo, Smoky Blue, Foliate Oak and The San Joaquin Literary Review.  She lives in Fresno, CA  with her husband, daughters and a fat flock of chickens who prefer Haiku.

HOOT POSTCARD 52, JANUARY 2016

The Kudu Bull by Evan Nicholls Art by Anil Sooknanan Evan Nicholls is a high school student and musician from Fauquier County, Virginia. He attends Highland School (2016) in Warrenton, VA. He reads Breece D’J Pancake, listens to Damien Rice, and sings likes he swears; often. Anil Sooknanan is an illustrator and graphic designer. His work can […]

They say it’s your birthday. It’s my birthday too, yeah.

Four! It’s a magic number. Yes it is. It’s a magic number. Because it’s our fourth birthday today. It doesn’t seem entirely fathomable that we’ve been doling out zest-infused literary postcards to you for four whole years. If HOOT was a person it would have already mastered the beginnings of language acquisition (and then on […]