Michael Mlekoday: The Dead Eat Everything, Including this Review

First course: some “bathtub gin,” Baba’s dice left on the kitchen table, all the malt liquor poured out for loved ones. Second course: the roughage of “every page of the bible” to cleanse the pallet. The main course, the whole enchilada: “a city so ruined, it is perfect” with julienned pit bull—a mornay of “gunmetal … Continue reading Michael Mlekoday: The Dead Eat Everything, Including this Review

Congratulations to Sycamore Poetry Contributors

By Jessica Jacobs, Editor-in-Chief From the recently  released Issue 24.2: Michael Mlekoday (“O Maker”), has won the 2012 Stan and Tom Wick Poetry Prize. His manuscript, The Dead Eat Everything, will be published by Kent University Press. When we received “O Maker,” we were impressed by its successful high-wire act of balancing between humor and poignancy. … Continue reading Congratulations to Sycamore Poetry Contributors