Posts Tagged ‘ Megan Roth ’

“Poem for a Reputable Lit Mag,” by Megan Roth

Feb 20th, 2009 | By

A thin letter from the Likely Review sits in my mailbox. I will use my scythe to exhume the letter from its holder. In the mailbox, the envelope dozes atop a coupon From Bed Bath and Beyond, a material image of sorts. Above, the clouds are clouding around me. This draws up existential questions, and

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“Counting On You”, by Megan Roth

Oct 20th, 2008 | By

___________________ Megan Roth is a writer and cartoonist recently transplanted Miami. Her first book, The Green Guide to Daily Living, will be available from Cliff Road Books and Amazon.com in November, 2008. She sells t-shirts at www.clikfish.com, and plays the piano tipsy and shoeless for a chorus of stuffed snowmen and feline companions on those

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“Beware of God”, by Megan Roth

Sep 20th, 2008 | By

___________________ Megan Roth is a writer and cartoonist recently transplanted Miami. Her first book, The Green Guide to Daily Living, will be available from Cliff Road Books and Amazon.com in November, 2008. She sells t-shirts at www.clikfish.com, and plays the piano tipsy and shoeless for a chorus of stuffed snowmen and feline companions on those

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“Soy Latte,” by Megan Roth

Mar 20th, 2008 | By

———— Megan Roth is a poet, cartoonist, and freelance writer from Birmingham, Alabama. She sells t-shirts by the sea shore at www.printfection.com/sauceontheside. The proceeds from her store fund cat food for Jada and other evil enterprises yet to be unmasked.



“Infer-no,” by Megan Roth

Jan 20th, 2008 | By

In Hell it is always the holidays. The cheer-drone of Christmas music Jing jing jingles through the overstocked Dust pungent grocery aisles. The bagel store is always out of whole wheat, The lunch specials always ended an hour ago, And rain sounds like an Alabama radio show. And there is coffee dripping down the side

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“Snowbesity,” by Megan Roth

Nov 20th, 2007 | By

———— Megan says: “Since my debut in Defenestration, my work has been accepted by Johnny America and Word Riot. Now I’m thinking about changing my career from poet to cartoonist.” You can see more of Megan at her website www.printfection.com/sauceontheside