Steve Henn – Featured Artist No. 3

Steve Henn is a northern Indiana poet and high school English teacher. The voice in Steve’s poetry is perhaps one of its strongest qualities. There is this sense of sad reflection, a speaker who recognizes that something is off with the world, and through it all are these threads of critique and of hope. The poems are consciously and cleverly weighted with moments of humor, yet these are not punchlines after a cheap laugh. Instead they are the reflections ofRead more

ISSUE THREE | Winter 2017

Featuring poetry by Shriram Sivaramakrishnan Russell Thorburn Kimberly Kruge Susan Sonde George Kalamaras Jessica Yuan Mary Ann Samyn Josephine Blair Charissa Menefee William Stobb Rachel Heimowitz and artwork by Chris Boyko CLICK TO READ ISSUE THREE Excerpts from the issue: A Polish professor with a build of a boxer, a mind of wiper blades clearing any cluttered ideas from his sight, jokingly mentions we are having a good time up north away from the diploma factory. – from “A PolishRead more

Submissions Open for Issue Two

Twyckenham Notes is an online journal that publishes solicited and unsolicited poetry. Submissions are accepted year around. We are now reading submissions for Issue Two (Fall 2017). Read Issue One here to get an idea of the kind of stuff we like. TN is based out of South Bend, Indiana. In the post-industrial wake that has gripped the Midwest of America, a cultural revitalization is occurring as towns and cities remake their identities. We are interested in poetry that capturesRead more