owen lucas

poetry, fiction and translation

Tag: winter

The Gap-Toothed Madness Vol. 2 Issue 1

A little mag I’ve been published in before, The Gap-Toothed Madness, decided to come back for another round! Issue 1 of Vol. 2 contains a narrative poem I wrote about a man driving up country to spend Christmas with his parents. It gets a little surreal at times. It even closes out the issue, which for some reason seemed important to me. Anyway, if all that sounds worthwhile, head over to the GTM store to pick up a copy. Winter is finally over guys. xxxx

Toad Suck Review

North America is being teabagged by the arctic low-pressure zone as we speak, so here’s a poem about a snowstorm I wrote last winter. Up now at Toad Suck Review. Don’t everyone freeze to death now. Over and out.