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Interview With Monsters Of The Midway Author Jeff Rasley, Jeff Rasley, John Warner Sep 2012

Interview With Monsters Of The Midway Author Jeff Rasley, Jeff Rasley, John Warner

Scholarship and Professional Work - LAS

Interview with John Warner for Indie BookSpot about the author’s experience writing, publishing, and marketing his books.


Key 16 The Tower Jul 2012

Key 16 The Tower

Syracuse University Magazine

The Man Behind Mongo

Think of the rich tradition of mystery serial novels and Spade and Hammer are certain to come to mind. But Mongo? That is the moniker of George Chesbro'sheroic protaganist, the dwarf detective with a doctoratein criminology who has starred in seven Chesbronovels. A 1962 SU graduate in special education, Chesbro taught mentally retarded and emotionally disturbed students near his Nyack, New York, home until 1979, when he began writing full-time. He has written 16 books, including the "Mangos": Shadow of a Broken Man (1977), City of Whispering Stone(1978), An Affair of Sorcerers (1979), The ...


Alligators In Academe Jul 2012

Alligators In Academe

Syracuse University Magazine

Mystery is only one of the genres in which prolific writer Richard Hammer dabbles. lrue, he has won two Edgar Allan Poe Awards, but he has also written about the Vietnam War, politics, the civil rights movement, and other events of our times. He is a former New York Times reporter who has published also in many magazines. He wrote and narrated the film Interviews With My-Lai veterans, which won an Academy Award for best documentary. Both Ed gars came in the true crime category, for The Vatican Connection (1982) and The CBS Murders (1987). Other nonfiction works include Betwem ...


Killed Top To Bottom Jul 2012

Killed Top To Bottom

Syracuse University Magazine

Lnle do the well-meaning faculty members of Whitten College understand that TV executive Matt Cobb is, in truth, a high-level corporate snoop and trouble-shooter. Cobb is the protaganist of five novels by William DeAndrea. A sixth is coming soon. The fictitious Whitten College, the town of Sewanka, and some of the characters featured in this story were first created for DeAndrea's Killed \o/'ith a Passion, published in 1983. Other Cobb books are Killed in the Ratings (1978), Killed in the Aa(1981), Passion, Killed on the Ice (1984), and Killed in Paradise (1988; due in paperback this summer ...


Interview With Jeff Rasley, Kris Wampler, Jeff Rasley May 2012

Interview With Jeff Rasley, Kris Wampler, Jeff Rasley

Scholarship and Professional Work - LAS

Interview with Kris Wampler for Kris Wampler’s Blog about the author’s experience writing, publishing, and marketing his books.


Author Spotlight 64: Jeff Rasley, Jeff Rasley Mar 2012

Author Spotlight 64: Jeff Rasley, Jeff Rasley

Scholarship and Professional Work - LAS

Guest blog post for Morgen Bailey’s Writing Blog on the author’s influences and process.


Commonthought (2012), Commonthought Staff Jan 2012

Commonthought (2012), Commonthought Staff

Commonthought

This issue features works created by Lesley University students and covers a broad range of topics. The work itself crosses many disciplines from creative writing to visual arts.


:'( Menage A Trois, Jason Curlin Jan 2012

:'( Menage A Trois, Jason Curlin

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Et Cetera, Marshall University Jan 2012

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.


The Molloy Student Literary Magazine Volume 8, Damian Hey Ph.D., Roger Smith, Travis G. Williams, Carissa Sorrentino, Dan Catalano, Katheryn Grote, Theresa Roedig, Kenneth Bornholdt, Kathleen Dauz, John Lynch, Farisha Hosein, Alyssa Solazzo, Lauren Spotkov, Jillian Diblasi Jan 2012

The Molloy Student Literary Magazine Volume 8, Damian Hey Ph.D., Roger Smith, Travis G. Williams, Carissa Sorrentino, Dan Catalano, Katheryn Grote, Theresa Roedig, Kenneth Bornholdt, Kathleen Dauz, John Lynch, Farisha Hosein, Alyssa Solazzo, Lauren Spotkov, Jillian Diblasi

The Molloy Student Literary Magazine

The Molloy Student Literary Magazine, sponsored by Molloy College’s Office of Student Affairs, is devoted to publishing the best previously unpublished works of prose, poetry, drama, literary review, criticism, and other literary genres, that the Molloy student community has to offer. The journal welcomes submissions, for possible publication, from currently enrolled Molloy students at all levels. In this issue, we are including the three winners of the annual Patricia Sullivan Common Reading Contest: Inspired Works - Building Community. All submitted work will undergo a review process initiated by the Managing Editor prior to a decision being made regarding publication of ...