Maria McLeod

Maria McLeod writes and publishes poetry, fiction, monologues and plays. Honors include three Pushcart Prize nominations and the Indiana Review Poetry Prize. During her formative years, she was a bartender in Ypsilanti, Michigan, next to a porn shop featuring mannequins in edible underwear. She now resides in Bellingham, Washington, where she teaches journalism to unsuspecting undergraduates at Western Washington University.

Supermodel of the Roman Empire

By Maria McLeod / November 6, 2018 / 1 Comment

Maria McLeod’s absurdly weird little fable turns an arched eyebrow at media spectacle in the latter-day Rome that is America.

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