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Fiction Fix 04, Melissa Milburn, Sarah Clarke-Stuart, Kristen Iannuzzi, Vanessa Wells, Nathan Holic, Joshua Kreis Mctiernan, Ron Perline, Tina Helvie, Gavin Lambert, Jamie Hughes, Tim Gilmore, April Fisher Oct 2005

Fiction Fix 04, Melissa Milburn, Sarah Clarke-Stuart, Kristen Iannuzzi, Vanessa Wells, Nathan Holic, Joshua Kreis Mctiernan, Ron Perline, Tina Helvie, Gavin Lambert, Jamie Hughes, Tim Gilmore, April Fisher

Fiction Fix

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The Lantern Vol. 73, No. 1, Fall 2005, Daniel Sergeant, Nathan Dawley, Katy Diana, Klaus Yoder, Brad Schutts, Trevor Strunk, Joshua Solomon, Patrick Roesle, Thomas Richter, Jennifer Mingolello, Nathan Dawley, Tori Wynne, Tracey Ferdinand, Natalie Rokaski, Katherine Jones, Elsa Budzowski, Brett Celinski, Ashley Higgins Oct 2005

The Lantern Vol. 73, No. 1, Fall 2005, Daniel Sergeant, Nathan Dawley, Katy Diana, Klaus Yoder, Brad Schutts, Trevor Strunk, Joshua Solomon, Patrick Roesle, Thomas Richter, Jennifer Mingolello, Nathan Dawley, Tori Wynne, Tracey Ferdinand, Natalie Rokaski, Katherine Jones, Elsa Budzowski, Brett Celinski, Ashley Higgins

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Newspaper Clippings Found on the Wall of Giuseppe Luchenzo's Home When it was Raided by Police
• All the Time in the World
• The Man Who Would Win
• Souffle Suit
• A Day in the Mind
• Context
• Felicity / Awareness
• Frivolous
• Thank You Note to J.S.B.
• September 17, 2005
• Eight Ways of Looking at a Highway
• Dusty Glass Spreads Air Like Light
• Clockwork
• Rubber Band
• Outside Eye or I Am?
• A Mundane Mysticism
• Half Carat
• Things I Learned on My Trip to the Mutter Museum of Medical Oddities
• Peer Editing
• The Attic Bones
• Yes


The Lantern Vol. 72, No. 2, Spring 2005, Patrick Roesle, Julie Gentile, Joshua Solomon, Ashley Higgins, Megan Bossler, Rachel Daniel, Thomas Richter, Victoria Wynne, Susannah Fisher, Jennifer Mingolello, Sarah Kauffman, Trevor Strunk, Jessica Schoff, Abi Munro, Klaus Yoder, Sean Neil, Alison Shaffer, Shane Borer, Whitney Roper, Daniel Bruno, Chris Curley, Shannon Burke Apr 2005

The Lantern Vol. 72, No. 2, Spring 2005, Patrick Roesle, Julie Gentile, Joshua Solomon, Ashley Higgins, Megan Bossler, Rachel Daniel, Thomas Richter, Victoria Wynne, Susannah Fisher, Jennifer Mingolello, Sarah Kauffman, Trevor Strunk, Jessica Schoff, Abi Munro, Klaus Yoder, Sean Neil, Alison Shaffer, Shane Borer, Whitney Roper, Daniel Bruno, Chris Curley, Shannon Burke

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Transmigration
• Faces of the Moon
• Euphony of the Euphonium
• He Met Me in the Arcs & Ebbs of Frailty
• An Adoration of Ordination
• Ebony: The Essence Thereof
• Curbside Statue Has No Legs Left
• Triggerfinger Romance
• Lost
• Running Through Connecticut
• Eve
• The Day Lates and the Dollar Shorts
• Somnambulist
• That's That
• The Glenn Machine
• Evenfall in Bad Homburg
• Absence of Field
• Dating Myself
• Traveling Without a Map
• The Non-Euclidean Way to Get Some Bagels
• La Belle Epoque
• Satin Boxes


2005 Spring Quiz And Quill Magazine, Otterbein University Apr 2005

2005 Spring Quiz And Quill Magazine, Otterbein University

Quiz and Quill

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Capers Island, A Novel, Jennifer J. Cavender Jan 2005

Capers Island, A Novel, Jennifer J. Cavender

Theses, Dissertations and Capstones

Capers Island is a creative thesis about a woman named Delaney who has been having problems sleepwalking ever since her grandparents passed away. She decides to spend the summer on Capers Island, visiting an old college friend. While there, she visits a hypnotist to uncover repressed memories from her childhood. She begins the novel alone in West Virginia, and in the end, winds up on Capers Island in a tightly knit community. The novel contains elements of magical realism, the supernatural, and the psychological.


A Little Slice Of The Moon: Stories, Fatima Rashid Jan 2005

A Little Slice Of The Moon: Stories, Fatima Rashid

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

A Little Slice of the Moon: stories is a collection of short stories that explore the struggles of various characters to find their place in the world. And the world, despite its familiarity, can be a hostile place. The characters in this collection learn that families are a fragile lot, that every desire contains a paradox, that the Road of Life can seemingly be grasped by the horns, but that the future twists and turns, yet never escapes the past. And it is the past that haunts these characters' lives. One word, one act, impacts a lifetime. In A Little ...


The Stereo, Brandon Colas Jan 2005

The Stereo, Brandon Colas

Cedarville Review

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