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Inscape December 1972, Morehead State University Dec 1972

Inscape December 1972, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The December 1972 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


The Lantern Vol. 39, No. 1, Fall 1972, James Popelka, K. Lee Turner, Richard E. Hankison, Nina Camiel, Randy Sargent, Edmond Knowles, Cheryl Hiltebeitel, Vincent Phillips, Raymond Fleck, Kate Swanson, Henry R. Ellsworth Jr., Mary Spink, Kelly Stewart, Robert J. Micklus, Scott Wagner Oct 1972

The Lantern Vol. 39, No. 1, Fall 1972, James Popelka, K. Lee Turner, Richard E. Hankison, Nina Camiel, Randy Sargent, Edmond Knowles, Cheryl Hiltebeitel, Vincent Phillips, Raymond Fleck, Kate Swanson, Henry R. Ellsworth Jr., Mary Spink, Kelly Stewart, Robert J. Micklus, Scott Wagner

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• A Journey Into Darkness
• September 5, 1972
• Atlantic Taperecorder
• Aftermath
• Linda
• Sweet Baby Jane
• The Court of the Ebony Clown
• The Cosmic Band
• Poem to the Dreamer
• Dawn
• Too Bad Life Isn't
• Incident at Tiffany's
• Sonnet
• Infinitas
• Podiatry
• 2 and 4a
• Autistic Autumn
• I Walk Alone
• Eyes---and They Were Empty


The Otterbein Miscellany - May 1972, William O. May, Thomas J. Kerr Iv, Robert Price, Harold B. Hancock, William T. Hamilton, Sylvia Vance, Norman Chaney, Rich Townsend, James R. Bailey, William O. Amy, Robert G. Clarke, Jung Young Lee May 1972

The Otterbein Miscellany - May 1972, William O. May, Thomas J. Kerr Iv, Robert Price, Harold B. Hancock, William T. Hamilton, Sylvia Vance, Norman Chaney, Rich Townsend, James R. Bailey, William O. Amy, Robert G. Clarke, Jung Young Lee

The Otterbein Miscellany

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Inscape April 1972, Morehead State University Apr 1972

Inscape April 1972, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The April 1972 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


1971-1972-Spring Quiz & Quill Magazine, Otterbein University Apr 1972

1971-1972-Spring Quiz & Quill Magazine, Otterbein University

Quiz and Quill

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The Lantern Vol. 38, No. 2, Spring 1972, Cheryl Hiltebeitel, Judy Freelin, Mary Spink, Kevin Akey, Sidney Houck, John Abernethy, Terry Tucker, John Kenneth Park, J. Buckwalter, Debbie Henning, Nancy Frye, Judith Grumet, Bob Houle, Michael Coyle, Roger N. Baldwin, Rob Hanlon, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Doug Stewart, Arthur G. Severance, Kate Swanson Apr 1972

The Lantern Vol. 38, No. 2, Spring 1972, Cheryl Hiltebeitel, Judy Freelin, Mary Spink, Kevin Akey, Sidney Houck, John Abernethy, Terry Tucker, John Kenneth Park, J. Buckwalter, Debbie Henning, Nancy Frye, Judith Grumet, Bob Houle, Michael Coyle, Roger N. Baldwin, Rob Hanlon, Cynthia Fitzgerald, Doug Stewart, Arthur G. Severance, Kate Swanson

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Summer II
• For a True Romantic
• The Lyre Neglected
• Hands
• To a Friend
• Sleep
• The Wind's Confusing Sounds
• The Garden
• The Child Has Come Among Us
• The River and the Sea
• The Ice
• La Lamentation de la Fleur
• Nous Sommes
• Upon Becoming
• See!
• Feeling November
• Transience
• Clear
• Isotopes of Reality
• Just Yesterday
• Emergence
• Push
• The Way Love Starts
• Poetic Prosy
• An Agreement
• Spring 1930
• The Summers of '59, '60, '61
• Ode to Optometry
• The Easter Bunny - Noble Beast


Inscape January 1972, Morehead State University Jan 1972

Inscape January 1972, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The January 1972 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


Et Cetera, Marshall University Jan 1972

Et Cetera, Marshall University

Et Cetera

Founded in 1953, Et Cetera is an annual literary magazine that publishes the creative writing and artwork of Marshall University students and affiliates. Et Cetera is free to the Marshall University community.

Et Cetera welcomes submissions in literary and film criticism, poetry, short stories, drama, all types of creative non-fiction, photography, and art.


Project Stack: Or An Earthly Glimpse Into The Future, Dale Jackson Jan 1972

Project Stack: Or An Earthly Glimpse Into The Future, Dale Jackson

Lights and Shadows

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Man And Nature Are Created By One Thought, Hildegard Huttemann Jan 1972

Man And Nature Are Created By One Thought, Hildegard Huttemann

Lights and Shadows

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The Night The Mattress Stopped Traffic On Wynnton Road, Bonnie Davis Jan 1972

The Night The Mattress Stopped Traffic On Wynnton Road, Bonnie Davis

Lights and Shadows

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Another Man's Poison, John Graham Jan 1972

Another Man's Poison, John Graham

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There are days when the little Horner boy sits alone in the corner and readies his thumb, concentrating hard on just what it is under that pie crust and anxious to find out what exactly he's getting into and all the time knowing that only the Shadow and Jack Armstrong know for sure and they ain't talking...


Bus Stop, Jean Buboltz Jan 1972

Bus Stop, Jean Buboltz

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The Worm Sandwich, Allen Koessel Jan 1972

The Worm Sandwich, Allen Koessel

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THE morning was damp and overcast. As my younger sister followed me down the sagging, wooden steps, the warm moist air surrounding us carried a rich, earthy scent that teased our young senses...


The Two Of You, Alan Christy Jan 1972

The Two Of You, Alan Christy

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Your quiet eyes are seeing a long way. Something you know tingles the back of your neck Then surges up into your head again, And out of your eyes first, then covered with words It goes to meet her same knowledge halfway. Outside, rain sinks the ground into the ground, The night is looking in through every window...


Snow, Kurt Godden Jan 1972

Snow, Kurt Godden

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When Nature had doused her solar lamp to retire from deary day and her candlestick Moon but a fading ember had entranced her into sleep,...


New House, Marie E. Grimmius Jan 1972

New House, Marie E. Grimmius

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Lacy rain-filled night Rushes in the door, I am going out Wandering peacefully north Yellow pebbled floor in mind...


Tea Dance, Cynthia Martin Jan 1972

Tea Dance, Cynthia Martin

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I LOOKED at myself in the mirror. "Today, Susie, you are going to be beautiful/' It was really a rather doubtful hope. A round, baby-fat face stared back. Silver clippies held curls away from my face, and when I smiled I could blind somebody if the sun hit my braces right. But I had decided. Today I was going to be beautiful...


Them Spring Flowers, Marta Burkgren Jan 1972

Them Spring Flowers, Marta Burkgren

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Cycles, Alan Christy Jan 1972

Cycles, Alan Christy

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Fall feet-first into sleeping sickness And then rise head-first Into looking all around,...


Haiku, Earl Keyser Jan 1972

Haiku, Earl Keyser

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Early sunset rests on children's faces and hands, measuring their dreams...


The Miracle Worker, Anne-Marie Radcliffe Jan 1972

The Miracle Worker, Anne-Marie Radcliffe

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Consider The Lilies, Marian Junker Jan 1972

Consider The Lilies, Marian Junker

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IT IS winter, but no snow has fallen. The ground is cracked and bare. Here and there a stubborn seed pod clings to a dead stalk, but every day the wind loosens it. Soon it will fall to the waiting earth...


Mantis, Craig Molgaard Jan 1972

Mantis, Craig Molgaard

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Hot Time In The Summertime, David Loveall Jan 1972

Hot Time In The Summertime, David Loveall

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THE plump brown grasshopper hit with a small splash at his feet. Not bothering to land on its legs, it skidded and rolled almost as far as it jumped, before righting itself and leaping again. Laughing quietly at the insect, he looked up the road to the shimmering horizon...


Night Bus, Peggy Weber Jan 1972

Night Bus, Peggy Weber

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YOU don't mind, do you?" He gestured with the bottle in his hand. "No, not at all."


Must Be A Killer Loose, Mary Penly Jan 1972

Must Be A Killer Loose, Mary Penly

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SOMETIMES my mind gets kinda confused, and things ain't too clear. Usually during them times I go to the mountains to sorta clear my head. I just kinda roam with all the pretty, wild animals...


First Time, Janis Mitchell Jan 1972

First Time, Janis Mitchell

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He FUMBLED the key into the lock and hesitantly pushed the wooden door open; a burp of detergent-smelling air rushed up his nose. Th e "Welcome, Neil" sign fell off the door as he cautiously reached to turn the lights on...


Waltz Of The Lizard, John Graham Jan 1972

Waltz Of The Lizard, John Graham

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Slack-jawed Lizard of Time, glistening black sweat on hot rock, bloated nig-lipped desert eater with sand smooth underbelly slime and green cracked scaled rotting skin. keeper of blind men, beating naked flesh...


Nineteen Fifty Six, Ortis C. Johnson Jan 1972

Nineteen Fifty Six, Ortis C. Johnson

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I HADN'T seen the police car when I first emerged from the wooded area beside the house. My bare arms and neck seemed to glow from the warmly penetrating rays of the sun. A barbed-wire fence stood between me and the house which was small and shabby against the green cotton fields surrounding it...