The Magazine of Literature & Libations
"Short draughts—long swallows, men; 'tis hot as Satan's hoof. So, so; it goes round excellently. It spiralizes in ye; forks out at the serpent-snapping eye. Well done; almost drained. That way it went, this way it comes. Hand it me—here's a hollow! Men, ye seem the years; so brimming life is gulped and gone. Steward, refill!"
– Captain Ahab
Mead publishes the most exciting poetry, translations, and essays that we can find, regardless of subject or style. Once a work is accepted for publication, the editors pair each piece with a particular libation, much as you pair your cream with your coffee, your Maes Pils with your moules frites. Send us your most intoxicating work.
We will do the rest.
Volume 10 (Fall 2015)