Reeking of frustration and supressed rage, the poems of Steve Youmans quietly tell tales of daily normalcy. In his three poems here at Unlikely Stories, you'll find a story of boredom and anger, presented against a backdrop of a small, nondescript American town. Steve explores this town, and his own consciousness, with the voice of a stranger.
Steve says, "I am a 23 year old writer from a town in Washington State called Hoquiam. I have been writing for a few years and had a few of my works published in some Electronic Magazines, as well as a few anthologies." Write to him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Steve's works here at Unlikely Stories are:
Freezing in Summer