March Table Of Contents
I surrender to her, a snake- Poem by Mya Sweeney📃 March 1st
Carnal desire, desperate sacrifices, and the tear of strained love- slither through this reptilian poem.
I surrender to her, a snake Podcast 🎧 March 2nd
Hear a poem through sharp reptile fangs, and then stay for a snake themed game!
Girlhood- Fiction by Neva Parker📃 March 8th
Between two girls holding hands is a whirlwind of controversial romance. Read a tale of two young girls navigating through their relationship, dealing with homophobia, cruelty, and the inevitable emotions of teenage love.
Hilda Podcast 🎧 March 9th
A soft poem of nostalgia, whispers, and the brush of hair- Hilda reaches out through this podcast and finds a place in all of our hearts.
Tree Branch Splinters Mirror My Frayed Fingers- Caitlin Striff-Cave 📃 March 22nd
Skin peeling, blood whisking, and ties between the stagnant and the dynamic, this poem points out the tears and breaks in the human body through a mirrored perspective.
Girlhood Podcast 🎧 March 23nd
-Get swept into a whirlwind of romance with this tale of young girls falling in love, and stay for a Tinder- approved game.
What Can Be Accomplished With Gunfire- Fiction by Grace Carter📃 March 29th
An intersection between culture and ideology, this powerful political piece is a statement on gun violence within different countries.
Tree Branch Splinters Mirror My Frayed Fingers Podcast 🎧 March 30th
Skin peeling, blood whisking, and ties between the stagnant and the dynamic- hear this splintering poem!
Sophia McGregor is the publication editor of Echo Literary Magazine. She’s a big fan of sheep! BAAAA!