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You Couldn't Tell Him "No", Anita Heistand Dec 1992

You Couldn't Tell Him "No", Anita Heistand

Westview

No abstract provided.


She Was A Colorful Teacher, C. K. 'Ken' Shroyer Dec 1992

She Was A Colorful Teacher, C. K. 'Ken' Shroyer

Westview

No abstract provided.


Dr. Daddy, Tifani Thomas Dec 1992

Dr. Daddy, Tifani Thomas

Westview

No abstract provided.


The Lantern Vol. 60, No. 1, December 1992, Maureen Farrel, Chris Bowers, Gar Donecker, Anne Feinsod, Carolyn Cooper, Kathrin Phillips, Sona Rewari, Jim Crowder, Jeff Swain, Alan Mccabe, Sarah Starr, Dawn Parsons, Christopher Kakacek, Dave Billitto, Gretchen Lacey, Beth Rosenberg Dec 1992

The Lantern Vol. 60, No. 1, December 1992, Maureen Farrel, Chris Bowers, Gar Donecker, Anne Feinsod, Carolyn Cooper, Kathrin Phillips, Sona Rewari, Jim Crowder, Jeff Swain, Alan Mccabe, Sarah Starr, Dawn Parsons, Christopher Kakacek, Dave Billitto, Gretchen Lacey, Beth Rosenberg

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Bacon and Incense
• The Rubix Cube
• Recovery
• Untitled
• Star Six Nine
• Breakfast Talk
• Life as a Worker Bee
• Cabal
• One Cold Sunday Morning With Eggs
• By the End of February
• Eight Years and Five Minutes Away
• Distance
• Stuart's Gift
• Solitary Remembrance
• The Gene Thing
• Addiction


Westview: Vol. 12, Iss. 2 (Winter 1992) Dec 1992

Westview: Vol. 12, Iss. 2 (Winter 1992)

Westview

No abstract provided.


Book Review: Shakespeare's Early History Plays: Politics At Play On The Elizabethan Stage, Daniel L. Wright Dec 1992

Book Review: Shakespeare's Early History Plays: Politics At Play On The Elizabethan Stage, Daniel L. Wright

The Promethean

No abstract provided.


The Promethean, Fall 1992, English Department Dec 1992

The Promethean, Fall 1992, English Department

The Promethean

No abstract provided.


Inscape Fall 1992, Morehead State University Oct 1992

Inscape Fall 1992, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The Fall 1992 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


1992 Fall Quiz And Quill Magazine, Otterbein University Oct 1992

1992 Fall Quiz And Quill Magazine, Otterbein University

Quiz and Quill

No abstract provided.


Skunk River Review September 1992, Vol 4, Kathleen Lynch, Anita L. Williams, Kent Redenius, Lesley Mienke, Veronica Wheeland, Hazel R. Salyers, Michael Kallhoff, Tamy Sanford, Kimberly Martin, Amy Higginbottom, Penni M. Kuhl, Merrill J. Nurnberg, Judy Sohn, Mike Gales, Cathy Fisher, Diana Leonard, Craig Pierson, Derek Morris, Joanna Mccaffery, Dick Rodda Sep 1992

Skunk River Review September 1992, Vol 4, Kathleen Lynch, Anita L. Williams, Kent Redenius, Lesley Mienke, Veronica Wheeland, Hazel R. Salyers, Michael Kallhoff, Tamy Sanford, Kimberly Martin, Amy Higginbottom, Penni M. Kuhl, Merrill J. Nurnberg, Judy Sohn, Mike Gales, Cathy Fisher, Diana Leonard, Craig Pierson, Derek Morris, Joanna Mccaffery, Dick Rodda

Skunk River Review

No abstract provided.


Westview: Vol. 12, Iss. 1 (Fall 1992) Sep 1992

Westview: Vol. 12, Iss. 1 (Fall 1992)

Westview

No abstract provided.


The Scab On The Wound, Shyamkant S. Kulkarni Jul 1992

The Scab On The Wound, Shyamkant S. Kulkarni

Westview

No abstract provided.


The Lantern Vol. 59, No. 2, Summer 1992, Chris Kakacek, Katie Jones, Stephen Devlin, Kathrin Phillips, Pat Benes, Diane Orleman, William Rosenthal, Matt Hicks, Alan Mccabe, Megan Mendte, Erica Starr, Alex Breckon, Bob Lane, Jonathan Cole, Julie Sommer, Abby Rosenbaum, Janet Mast, Paul Gagne, Stephanie Hicks, Tony Barber, Gretchen Lacey Jul 1992

The Lantern Vol. 59, No. 2, Summer 1992, Chris Kakacek, Katie Jones, Stephen Devlin, Kathrin Phillips, Pat Benes, Diane Orleman, William Rosenthal, Matt Hicks, Alan Mccabe, Megan Mendte, Erica Starr, Alex Breckon, Bob Lane, Jonathan Cole, Julie Sommer, Abby Rosenbaum, Janet Mast, Paul Gagne, Stephanie Hicks, Tony Barber, Gretchen Lacey

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Mr. Foley's Toboggan
• I Close the Door to the Bathroom
• Insomniac Scribbles
• And Then There Were Four
• Goodbye, Ace
• Silicone's a Manmade Matter
• The Nineteenth Hole
• Upon Visiting Manor Care
• Little Boys
• Obsessed
• Life
• Shakespearean Shakedown
• Violets and Morning Glories
• Mr. Cope Takes His Secretary to Lunch
• Winter Eyes
• Triptych
• These Hot, Humid Nights
• The Car's Place in His Heart
• Saturday Night
• The Windows of a Clean House
• An Harmonious Thunk
• Nomads
• My Watch at Mass
• Dave's Fine Print
• K.P. Duty
• Serendipity


Westview: Vol. 11, Iss. 4 (Summer 1992) Jun 1992

Westview: Vol. 11, Iss. 4 (Summer 1992)

Westview

No abstract provided.


Tygr 1992: Literary Magazine [Of] Olivet Nazarene University, Sue Williams, Traci E. Augustosky May 1992

Tygr 1992: Literary Magazine [Of] Olivet Nazarene University, Sue Williams, Traci E. Augustosky

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine Archives (1985-2017)

TYGR is the student art and literary magazine for Olivet Nazarene University.

TYGR: Four Years and Counting -- Lori Brooks and Bill Torgerson, a brief history about the development of a literary magazine at Olivet Nazarene University.

[Historical Muse] The Tyger -- William Blake

Cover -- Dan Montgomery


Inscape Spring 1992, Morehead State University Apr 1992

Inscape Spring 1992, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The Spring 1992 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


New Tricks (1992), James Swanson, Donald Ackerman, Stephen Bell, Brenda Grimm, Steve Holbeck, Deana Hueners Apr 1992

New Tricks (1992), James Swanson, Donald Ackerman, Stephen Bell, Brenda Grimm, Steve Holbeck, Deana Hueners

New Tricks

The magazine is almost finished- forged in the fiery loins of Beadle Hall (erect in 1886). The Editor (Hephaestus) eyes me anxiously. He's waiting for the foreword and is acutely aware of my procrastinating nature. The clock, uncaring of my plight, ticks on.

New Tricks (The Official Magazine of the Literary Stunt Dogs) has risen from the ashes of the Dakotah Poesy. The Poesy was Dakota State's literary magazine from 1986 to 1990. Sadly, the Poesy died of natural causes and DSU became a university without a literary magazine. Not for long. For in mid-September a young writer ...


1992 Spring Quiz And Quill Magazine, Otterbein University Apr 1992

1992 Spring Quiz And Quill Magazine, Otterbein University

Quiz and Quill

No abstract provided.


Ua68/6/1 Broomsedge Chronicles: Farm Living In South Central Kentucky, Wku English, Wku Glasgow Apr 1992

Ua68/6/1 Broomsedge Chronicles: Farm Living In South Central Kentucky, Wku English, Wku Glasgow

WKU Archives Records

A collection of essays written by English 100 Freshman Composition and English 200 Introduction to Literature students attending WKU Glasgow from 1983 through 1992 taught by Loretta Murrey. Student authors are: Joyce Alford, Joyce Amer, Jeff Ballard, Sandie Barrick, Jerry Bean, Shela Bingham, Brent Bledsoe, Steven Bunch, Billy Carver, Angela Cowan, Karen Decker, Betty Dillahay, Dibbie Dilley, Amy Doyel, Jeff Duncan, Craig Emmitt, Barbara England, Kathy Fancher, Amanda Gillon, Michelle Glover, Jeanelle Gooch, Faye Johnson, Celena Martin, Sonia Martin, Tracy Mathews, Ila Moody, Angela Morris, William Myatt, Judy Parker, Dorothean Powell, Maria Pulanco, Diane Rather, Jennifer Reneau, LaDarra Rich, Pam ...


“I’M Not Lost . . . I Meant To Be Here!”, David Lee Sloan Apr 1992

“I’M Not Lost . . . I Meant To Be Here!”, David Lee Sloan

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

This is a collection of creative essays containing one person’s world view and experiences – factual and fiction. The intended purpose is not to make the reader think, act, or change any of his beliefs, it is simply meant to entertain him in a world that often offers few risk-free entertainments. It is hoped that the reader will be just as ignorant when he turns the last page as he was when he turned the first. Even Adam with his wonderful garden, or Aladin and his magic lamp, didn’t offer as much. I am offering reading without the danger ...


On Dumpster Diving, Lars Eighner Mar 1992

On Dumpster Diving, Lars Eighner

New England Journal of Public Policy

Lars Eighner became homeless in 1988 after leaving a job he had held for ten years as an attendant at a state hospital in Austin, Texas. He lives in a small apartment in Austin and continues to scavenge. This article was originally published in the Fall 1990 issue of The Threepenny Review. Reprinted with permission.


Homelessness, A. E. S. Mar 1992

Homelessness, A. E. S.

New England Journal of Public Policy

Personal story from A.E.S., a member of the Portland (Maine) Coalition for the Psychiatrically Disabled.


Streets Are For Nobody: Pat Gomes, Melissa Shook Mar 1992

Streets Are For Nobody: Pat Gomes, Melissa Shook

New England Journal of Public Policy

From an interview by Melissa Shook, July 2, 1990, Cambridge. Reprinted, with permission, from "Streets Are for Nobody: Homeless Women Speak," Boston Center for the Arts, 1991.


Diary, Susan M. Fowler Mar 1992

Diary, Susan M. Fowler

New England Journal of Public Policy

A personal story by Susan Fowler, a former resident of Fifty Washington Square, Newport, Rhode Island. She now lives in her own apartment in Newport with her two-year-old daughter and is "doing great." Her work has appeared in In the Heart of the City, a literary magazine produced by the residents of Fifty Washington Square.


My Life, Thomas Newman Mar 1992

My Life, Thomas Newman

New England Journal of Public Policy

A personal story by Thomas Newman, a resident of Fifty Washington Square, Newport, Rhode Island. His work has appeared in In the Heart of the City, a literary magazine produced by the residents of Fifty Washington Square. He hopes to be a photographer.


Down And Out In Boston, Jack Thomas Mar 1992

Down And Out In Boston, Jack Thomas

New England Journal of Public Policy

Jack Thomas is a reporter for the Boston Globe, in which this article first appeared, on February 12, 1992. Reprinted with permission.


Streets Are For Nobody: Judy Silva, Melissa Shook Mar 1992

Streets Are For Nobody: Judy Silva, Melissa Shook

New England Journal of Public Policy

From an interview by Melissa Shook, April 24, 1990, Chelsea. Reprinted, with permission, from "Streets Are for Nobody: Homeless Women Speak," Boston Center for the Arts, 1991.


My Name Is Edward, I Am An Alcoholic, Edward Baros Mar 1992

My Name Is Edward, I Am An Alcoholic, Edward Baros

New England Journal of Public Policy

A personal story by Edward Baros, a resident of Fifty Washington Square, Newport, Rhode Island. His work has appeared in In the Heart of the City, a literary magazine produced by the residents of Fifty Washington Square.


Triangulation In Monument Square, S. B. Mar 1992

Triangulation In Monument Square, S. B.

New England Journal of Public Policy

A personal story by S.B., a member of the Portland (Maine) Coalition for the Psychiatrically Disabled.


The Story Of My Life, Betty Reynolds Mar 1992

The Story Of My Life, Betty Reynolds

New England Journal of Public Policy

Betty Reynolds is a resident of Fifty Washington Square, Newport, Rhode Island. Her work has appeared in In the Heart of the City, a literary magazine produced by the residents of Fifty Washington Square. She loves "to write short stories and poems."