The Oyez Review, Roosevelt University’s award-winning literary journal, has been in publication for over forty years. Among other readers relevant to issue #42, Donna Vorreyer will read a selection of her poems including "Compline with a Dream of Folded Arms," which is also featured …
Tumbling After Through Jills Eyes
by E. Ternity
389p, b&w, softcover, 6"x9", each copy signed with spooky blacklight-sensitive invisible ink
"This gothic novel is a dark ride through the psyche of Jill O'Keefe, a jilted female boxer undergoing a traumatic breakup after a fifteen year relationship. As she nears the end of her rope, she is saved by a rather unlikely hero, her Jack-o-Lantern named, Jack. After a short time, she quickly falls in love with the pumpkin and winds up in an asylum. With Jack's help and a great deal of personal reflection, she works through her difficulties in an attempt to re-establish her life and seek justice."