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 60, SEPTEMBER 2016

Above Me by Renée Hamlin Renée Hamlin is an MFA candidate at San Francisco State University. Some of her recent positions include supplemental instructor, intern, poetry editor, and—always—relentless daydreamer.

HOOT POSTCARD 53, FEBRUARY 2016

Place(less)ness by Laurel Nakanishi   Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, Laurel Nakanishi is the author of the prize-winning chapbook Manoa|Makai, and the recipient of a Fulbright scholarship to Nicaragua.  She currently lives with her partner in Miami, Florida.

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 […]

Your letters delight us

Since we run a postcard magazine it should come as no surprise that we love mail. The kookier the better (or the more avant garde the better). We recently received this mailed submission (we think it was a mailed submission?) and while we couldn’t accept the enclosed poem for the online or print issue, we […]