Two-Voiced Flute, a Poem by Uche Ogbuji

OPOSSUM contributor Uche Ogbuji was born in Calabar, Nigeria, lived in Egypt, England and elsewhere before settling near Boulder, Colorado. His poetry is published worldwide, and his chapbook, Ndewo, Colorado won Colorado Book and Westword awards. He is featured in the Best New African Poets 2015 anthology. Uche’s work roots in Igbo sensibility, but weaves […]


Opossum Magazine is on its way! Our beautiful (if we may say so ourselves) first issue is in the print pipeline and will be in our hands in time for our debut reading, 6 PM, November 4 at Portland’s Tender Loving Empire. The reading is part  of the Lit Crawl which is happening on the […]

OPOSSUM’s Debut Coming This November

You’ve found OPOSSUM, the literary marsupial for writing animated by music! We’re excited to announce that our first issue is coming together for November release. Our debut will feature fiction, nonfiction, poems, interviews, and flash, all contained in an 8×8 format with striking cover art and a 7-inch record of music and poetry readings tucked […]