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New Multi-medium Feature:

SUGAR SUITES

Poems that extend beyond the printed word, beyond the page. 

LET US WHISPER SWEET SOMETHINGS IN YOUR EAR.
Sneak Some Sounds from Sugar.

Kate Kearns reads "TO THE MAN IN LINE FOR TACOS WHO ISN'T BRIAN" from issue 22.

Green Frosting Cupcakes

from "Portrait of a Small Town at Golden Hour"

by Eli Karren

Pruned hands / cupping the sunset, splashing it around, panning for what / lay at the bottom. What lay at the bottom of all this.

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from "Your Fascination with Beyoncé, NASCAR, Crime and Death"

by Elizabeth Marie Young

Our skin, our spit, our sweat, our fireflies, our cousins, our gravitational pull, / Our primary care providers, our reusable plastic bags, 

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from "To the Man in Line for Tacos Who Isn't Brian"

by Kate Kearns

Brian-browed with eyes Brian-blue you were Brian for sure til you / spoke. Your voice its un-Brian baritone saved me. So glad to see you / him

 

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from "Bad Habits on a National Level"

by Clara Trippe

The news declares the number of people dead every hour: / they had drowned in their own lungs. Meanwhile: / flowers across the deserts of the Southwest open 

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ABOUT SUGAR

Sugar House Review is an independent, 501(c)(3) nonprofit poetry publisher based out of Utah. Our mission is to promote an eclectic range of poets through publishing and live events to build nationally connected literary communities and foster the literary arts in Utah. We are excited to be some of the first people to see your work and to help the best of that work become available to a larger audience.

 

Sugar was founded in 2009 by John Kippen, Nano Taggart, Jerry VanIeperen, and Natalie Young. At the time, it was the only independent, print poetry journal in Utah. Our name is based on both our location and desire to publish sticky, heart-racing, sweet, sweet addictive poetry. Sugar House is a neighborhood within Salt Lake City, named after the sugar beet factory of the Deseret Manufacturing Company (1851–1855).

 

CONTACT US

editors@sugarhousereview.com

PO Box 13, Cedar City, UT 84721

Book Reviews: reviews@sugarhousereview.com