I’ve got a new poem is about my first job—at Arby’s—in an Irish journal called Southword. Also mentioned in the poem: The Smiths, The Exploited, Charlie Chaplin, a book/film by John Irving (The Hotel New Hampshire), & a book/film by Christopher Bram (Gods & Monsters).
Really happy to say that I’ve got a poem in the latest (January/February 2017) issue of Boaat Journal.
I have to thank Shane McCrae & Sean Shearer for including me in their excellent publication.
You can read the whole thing here, online.
I’ve got 2 poems in the new print magazine, Humber Literary Review. One poem’s called “Autobiography” & the other called “Non-attachment.”
Thanks to editor Jeff Latosik for including my work.
I’m thrilled that Sharps has gotten some new reviews ~2 years on from publication, including a long close read from Lisa Pike in the newest issue of CV2:
“Stevie Howell’s first collection of poetry positions the reader at a crossroads of time & space via its themes of consumerism, capitalism, & social inequality….there is wisdom here to be heeded.”
I’ll be reading new work at Pivot, November 2nd, 2016, & I’ll have copies of my new chapbook on hand. Also reading are Erin Wunker, Rob Taylor, & Leesa Dean. FB event here.