owen lucas

poetry, fiction and translation

Month: May, 2014

Contemporary Verse 2

One of the poems I recently had published in CV2 is now up on the website for all to read. Click away.

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Off the Coast Vol. 20 No. 2

Off the Coast is a journal based way, way up in Robbinston, Maine. I’ve had work published with them before, and for their¬†Spring 2014 issue they chose a poem I wrote when I was on a bit of an African kick. In a presumably coincidental development, the picture on the front cover is a cartoon of two ladies on bicycles looking at the outline of Great Britain, which is hovering above them in the sky. Not even weird.

Cover image, Spring 2014 issue, Ride Journal: Joe Waldron

In Parentheses Vol. 2 Issue 4

One of the poems I had published online with In Parentheses got bumped up to the print edition. It’s a little post-colonial satire I wrote while listening to some “jungle style” swing music from the big daddy, Duke Ellington. (Specifically a piece called “The Mooche, which is always worth a listen.) In any case, you can purchase the PDF or print version of the issue, which as well as poetry contains a whole load of contemporary painting and graphic art, at the In Parentheses¬†magcloud page.

Get your copy of In Parentheses Magazine here: http://magcloud.com/user/inparenth/