Mark Magoon writes poetry and short stories. His publication credentials feature works of poetry and creative nonfiction that have been nominated for Best of the Net and the Pushcart Prize. His poetry can be found or is forthcoming in numerous literary journals, magazines, and all over the web; including, After Hours, Blast Furnace, Blue Fifth Review, The Broken Plate, Burningword Literary Journal, DIAGRAM, DIALOGIST, Eclectica, The Fictioneer, Ghost Ocean Magazine, Midwestern Gothic, The Nervous Breakdown, and Squawk Back. His lyric essay, Chef!Chef!Chef!, was featured at Burrow Press Review as part of their Creative Nonfiction Month. His writing has been shared at numerous readings and events; most notably as part of The Open Door Reading Series at the famed Poetry Foundation in Chicago. His first chapbook, The Upper Peninsula Misses You, is forthcoming from ELJ Publications in September 2015. Magoon writes, teaches writing, and tutors in Chicago.
Mark’s work can be found online in the following journals:
Read his interview with DIALOGIST here.
For more information about or to purchase The Upper Peninsula Misses You, please visit here.