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.

~ Bears Starving in the Woods

~ Donald Trump and Mother Teresa

~ First Day on Wall Street

~ A Facility for the Poor and Demented

~ American Innocence: Oor Children Now and Then

~ Call a Priest, My Father Said

~ Back Then, Dandelion Greens Were Segregated Too

~ At Dawn in the Forest

~ A Bedouin's Hope Ignites

~ Dancing on the Fourth of July

~ Capitalism and Human Nature Must Be Regulated

~ Alice's House

~ A Different Wall

~ An Old Poet Can't Say

~ American Rainbow

~ Epitome of Grace

~ Black Seed by Black Seed

~ A Family Thing

~ Drumstick and Thigh

~ A Bride for Mr. Fenster

~ Child Reading a Magazine

~ Ambidextrous on Migrants

~ A Man of No Words

~ Biker at the Drugstore

~ Burp

~ Hubert Might Go Upstairs But Not To Rome

~ Chair Arranger

~ A Warning after Midnight

~ A Slaughterhouse Escape

~ Anathema in '52

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