[Review] Diary of an Oxygen Thief by Anonymous

Readers will have an easy time hating and simultaneously pitying the first-person narrator of this short work of fiction. As difficult as it might be to forget that the book isn’t a memoir, the publisher asserts that this book is indeed a work of fiction. Read More …

[Review] Milk and Honey by Rupi Kaur

Milk and Honey is an inspiringly transparent book of poetry and prose by emerging author Rupi Kaur. The book was first self-published in 2014, but caught the attention of Andrews McMeel Publishing in 2015.  Debuting on The New York Times bestseller list at number 10 in Read More …

[Omnibus Poetry Corner] Wayward Thoughts

Thank you for stopping by for this month’s edition of Omnibus Poetry Corner. We’d also like to include YOU, the audience, in our releases! Submit your poem by emailing us at contactus@omnibusjournal.com for a chance to be featured.  Faren Coday Everyone Keeps Telling Me I’m Read More …

Cosplay of the Week: Lanthea Cosplay [Armor Ariel]

Erica, also known as Lanthea Cosplay, has been cosplaying since 2012 at local convention, Hal-Con. “After attending the year prior, I got completely inspired by the amazing costumes I saw there and vowed I would never go to a con in street clothes again!” Recently, Read More …

Bad Ass Dads In Popular Culture

“Be a dad. Don’t be ‘Mom’s assistant.’ That’s depressing, just waiting for her to write you a list, walk around a store staring at it, calling her from the cereal aisle to make sure you got the right thing. Be a man. Make your own Read More …

[Review] Eyes Wide Open Provides a Good Introduction to Environmental Concerns

I don’t like bees. I’m also not a huge fan of nonfiction, so you can imagine my dread as the first paragraph of Paul Fleischman’s new book, Eyes Wide Open: Going Behind the Environmental Headlines, talks about dead bees on Fleischman’s driveway. I guess I Read More …