Donal Mahoney

Donal Mahoney, a native of Chicago, lives in St. Louis, MO. He has worked as an editor for The Chicago Sun-Times, Loyola University Press and Washington University in St. Louis. He has had poems published in or accepted by The Wisconsin Review, The Kansas Quarterly, The South Carolina Review, The Beloit Poetry Journal, Commonweal, Public Republic (Bulgaria), Gloom Cupboard (U.K.), Revival (Ireland), The Istanbul Literary Review (Turkey), Black-Listed Magazine, Opium 2.0, Calliope Nerve, Haggard and Halloo, Rusty Truck, Pirene’s Fountain (Australia) and other publications.

~ Finding a Refugee a Home

~ Emails Are Launching

~ The Wild West of Dubville

~ A Garage Band Sayonara

~ A Sidewalk Cemetery

~ Agnostic's Mystery

~ It's Best to Leave Cootie Alone

~ Alive and Dead

~ Everybody's Friend

~ A Gray Day

~ Cold Coffee's Back in Ireland

~ Children Are Why We Need Higher Taxes

~ Patsy Foley Was Roly-Poly in 1947

~ Bully for Him

~ Downsizing

~ An Odd Bobcat

~ A Fine Distinction

~ An Uppercut I Remember

~ Doing Laundry on a Farm in the Fifties

~ A Matter of Preference

~ Animal Person

~ A Sportsman on the Weekends

~ A Swede, A Dane and Two Norwegians

~ Freckles They Called Him

~ A Prescient Moment

~ Concealed Carry at the Mall

~ At Sadie's Soul Food Grill

~ Husband and Wife on Hassocks Eating Sausage

~ Address Change

~ A Piece of Fruit Every Morning



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