Daniel Egnéus

Daniel Egnéus is an illustrator based in Milan. 

Abstracts / GREYBOOK Volume I

Die Wiege

by Jay Scheib

illustrator Daniel Egnéus

I HAVE THROWN AWAY MUCH AND SHOULDN’T OBSESS SO MUCH. Read more...

B Rants / 1.3

B Rant: Nepotism Part 1 of N

by Brantly Martin

illustrator Daniel Egnéus

As Nepotistic Drift spreads here in New York and becomes an open laboratory for future doings in Washington D.C. and, consequently, whom will be the next spokesmodel for America, remember: Read more...

Poetry / Issue X

Surveil Villanelle

by Ange Mlinko

illustrator Daniel Egnéus

A washed dollar comes up pale fuchsia, like a spoonbill.
In these parts, fuchsia blooms without hoopla
but its radial symmetry keeps the whirlpool close.
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Poetry / Issue X

The Coldest Mother

by Fanny Howe

illustrator Daniel Egnéus

I can only follow one stone through
To its interior: and I do.
An amethyst from Achill.
The stone is transparent violet.
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Poetry / Issue X

Three Poems by Meghan O'Rourke

by Megan O'Rourke

illustrator Daniel Egnéus

Our fears are often irrational.
One hot afternoon, I toured the old prison for POWs.
(In this desert there are no people, only facilities for holding them.)
One doesn’t think of the Underworld as being bright.
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Poetry / Issue X

Two Poems by Devin Johnston

by Devin Johnston

illustrator Daniel Egnéus

An oval fob of brass,
key still attached,
surfaced in a shop on Cherokee
and now rests atop my desk
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Art / Grey Tales

Portraits by Daniel Egnéus

illustrator Daniel Egnéus

Daniel Egnéus casts his eye on a few faces from 2013: Miguel Ángel, Treviño Morales aka Z-40, Cécile Kyenge, Wendy Davis, Johnny Manziel, Edward Snowden. Read more...

Fiction / Issue IX

Dichteralbträume: "Scorn"

by Antonio Fian

illustrator Daniel Egnéus

...throughout the reading I had failed to notice he was there—my father was standing in front of me. Read more...

Fiction / Issue IX

Dichteralbträume: "The Aqueous Body"

by Antonio Fian

illustrator Daniel Egnéus

She was pleased she had succeeded in deceiving the media and pretending her aqueous body was her main one, allowing the former to be buried at Vienna’s Central Cemetery Read more...

Fiction / Issue IX

Dichteralbträume: "Title"

by Antonio Fian

illustrator Daniel Egnéus

Seeing the actor and stand-up comedian Josef Hader in the Café Rathaus I nodded a quick hello and headed for another table as I knew he couldn’t stand being disturbed in the café. Read more...

Fiction / Issue IX

Dichteralbträume: "Burial"

by Antonio Fian

illustrator Daniel Egnéus

...and explained that in accordance with the stipulations of their confession—this seemed to be a very unusual variation on the Jewish religion—false teeth must first be removed from the mouth Read more...

Fiction / Issue IX

Dichteralbträume: "Background Music"

by Antonio Fian

illustrator Daniel Egnéus

Die Lesung in der mir unbekannten Kleinstadt im Salzburgischen begann nicht, wie ich angenommen hatte, am Abend Read more...

Fiction / Issue IX

Dichteralbträume: "Interned"

by Antonio Fian

illustrator Daniel Egnéus

I saw a documentary on television about two famous intellectuals, an architect/philosopher couple—they were not named—who were persecuted under the Nazis. Read more...

Fiction / Issue III

Piano

by Finn Egan

illustrator Daniel Egnéus

My deliverer has returned to the frame. Her Ruiz-Tagle stare is now hidden behind blind blue eyes and assuaged viole(n)t lips. She is without questions or offers or whispers. The window that faces west has gone black. Read more...

Fiction / Issue IV

Träumen Ist Ein Einsames Geschäft

by Antonio Fian

illustrator Daniel Egnéus

He had been hurled out of the vehicle then hit by a piece of the wreckage; a strip of fender had split off and shot through his lower back with such momentum that a sliver of metal was sticking out of his belly. Read more...

Fiction / Issue V

The Opening

by JP Vallieres

illustrator Daniel Egnéus

We saw it as we were approaching—it was that much wider. Three inches at least, and deep. We stuck our hands in as far as they could go and got a little freaked out and excited about what it all could mean. Read more...

Fiction / Issue III

Apologies to Joe

by Brantly Martin

illustrator Daniel Egnéus

I’m on my fourth Peroni at Caffé della Pace on Via della Pace staring at Chiesa della Pace. I feel no peace and have never been more certain that my life is one operatic monument to Displaced Choice. Read more...

Abstracts / Issue IV

E21cE

by Marvin Terban

illustrator Daniel Egnéus

The English of the early twenty-first century is vastly different from any English ever spoken or written before, and some people are distressed by this. Not me. Read more...