Posts tagged Spring 2014

Meet the Staff: Advisor

Even though the Sheepshead Review is a student operation, there’s a more experienced leader holding us all together. She is our guide and inspiration, and provides a sense of direction on the days when all we want to do is drink coffee and watch reruns of “Friends”. Now in her tenth year at UW-Green Bay, Professor […]

Molly Sutton Kiefer

Molly Sutton Kiefer is founding editor of Tinderbox Poetry Journal, and the poetry editor to Midway Journal. She is also the author of a hybrid essay called “Nestuary” and the writer of a couple poetry chapbooks. Her work has shown up in Cold Mountain Review, Women’s Studies Quarterly, WomenArts Quarterly, Harpur Palate, etc.  She dropped by to talk shop and do […]

On A Softer World

A Softer World is poetry bracketed by triptych image and strips of text that look like they were razored out of old books and typewriter reams. It is also bracketed by thick black lines. In fact, by standard definitions, it’s a comic: three panels, images, and captions. But the contents within this form consist of […]

Saul Lemerond and Other Stories

  On Monday, March twenty-fourth, a poetry reading was held in the Heritage Room of the University Union. The poet was Saul Lemerond, a graduate of UW-Green Bay and former Editor in Chief for Sheepshead Review. For about an hour he entertained listeners with two poems from his short story collection, Kayfabe and Other Stories, […]

What is the Rising Phoenix?

It’s springtime in the pasture which means the annual “Rising Phoenix” contest is right around the corner! Every accepted UWGB student piece is considered for this honor and every genre has a winner; sometimes there’s more than one winner per genre. Submissions are now closed for Poetry, Fiction, and Non-Fiction genres, but there’s still hope […]