April table of contents

The Outskirts of Balsam Street/Above Banpo Daegyo- Nonfiction By Minha Kyun ๐Ÿ“ƒ April 5th Told through airports and immersed in nature, these two poems chronicle the author’s real experiences about living in five different countries What Can Be Accomplished with Gunfire Podcast ๐ŸŽง April 7th Listen to this impactful piece about gun violence and how … Read more

March Table Of Contents

I surrender to her, a snake- Poem by Mya Sweeney๐Ÿ“ƒ March 1st Carnal desire, desperate sacrifices, and the tear of strained love- slither through this reptilian poem. I surrender to her, a snake Podcast ๐ŸŽง March 2nd Hear a poem through sharp reptile fangs, and then stay for a snake themed game! Girlhood- Fiction by … Read more

February Table Of Contents

this is not about the abuse- Nonfiction by Jessie Leitzel๐Ÿ“ƒ February 1st Read this forest scented poem of seeping radiation, splitting energy, and uranium blue. Rooted in Ukraine and commenting on the war there, this piece is both relevant and heart striking.  Siesta Beach Podcast ๐ŸŽง February 2nd An immortal from a different world falls … Read more

January Table of Contents

Two Dolls- Nonfiction by Darlene Neyou๐Ÿ“ƒ January 11th A nonfiction lament explores how self-image interacts with the world; Two Dolls is a story about a young Black girl who goes on a journey to accept her identity, despite a lack of representation. Compact Soul, Hollow House Podcast ๐ŸŽง January 12th A poem of cobwebs, rusty … Read more

December Table Of Contents

Haunting the Hollow Podcast ๐ŸŽง December 1st It’s an Echonian Horror Story! Listen to a chilling piece by our Director Of Propaganda, Emma Bunkley, and listen to the Echo’s advice on how to write compelling horror (without using the word boo!) Simple- Poetry by Maddox Anderson ๐Ÿ“ƒ December 7th Vinyl records, rainy days, and sunsets- … Read more

November Table Of Contents

BACK TO NATURE- Art by Daws ๐ŸŽจ November 2nd BACK TO NATURE is a vibrant, anti-capitalist exploration of the intersectionality connecting culture and economics, using the medium of collage and contrasting colors to seize the eye of the reader. Bougainvillea Podcast ๐ŸŽง November 3rd Bougainvillea becomes us. While this plant isn’t drinking our blood, it … Read more