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The Lantern, 2018-2019, Madison Rodak, Griffin Banks, Kieran Demelfi, Tommy Armstrong, Isaiah Braugher, Sophia Dibattista, Courtney A. Duchene, Samuel Ernst, Sarah Howell, Michael Kibblehouse, Daniel Walker, Robert Wilf, Kiley Addis, Kim Corona, A. J. Cutrufello, Taahira Davis, Sarah Defelice, Matt Dwyer, Sydney Gonzalez, Rachel Haas-Gutin, Jenifer Joseph, Kevin Leon, Amy Litofsky, Janice Partee, Thea Pastras, Maddie Ressler, Julia Stern, Ren Toscano, Liam Worcheck, Clara Baker, Anastasia Dziekan, Valerie Eichler, Lola Holcomb, Alexa Beacham, Emily Counts, Millie Drury, Sophie Gioffre, Melanie E. Lee, Lilly Mcqueen, Robert Varney, Taylor Wilson, Kristen Cooney Apr 2019

The Lantern, 2018-2019, Madison Rodak, Griffin Banks, Kieran Demelfi, Tommy Armstrong, Isaiah Braugher, Sophia Dibattista, Courtney A. Duchene, Samuel Ernst, Sarah Howell, Michael Kibblehouse, Daniel Walker, Robert Wilf, Kiley Addis, Kim Corona, A. J. Cutrufello, Taahira Davis, Sarah Defelice, Matt Dwyer, Sydney Gonzalez, Rachel Haas-Gutin, Jenifer Joseph, Kevin Leon, Amy Litofsky, Janice Partee, Thea Pastras, Maddie Ressler, Julia Stern, Ren Toscano, Liam Worcheck, Clara Baker, Anastasia Dziekan, Valerie Eichler, Lola Holcomb, Alexa Beacham, Emily Counts, Millie Drury, Sophie Gioffre, Melanie E. Lee, Lilly Mcqueen, Robert Varney, Taylor Wilson, Kristen Cooney

The Lantern Literary Magazines

The Treasure Buried in Ponce de Leon's Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park • High Cards on the Low River • Sestina of a Vagina left in the microwave too long • Keeps on Tripping • The Auction • Nuclear Meltdown on Seedship C5B.6 • Cock Fight • An Interview with God • Minimum Wage • Star-Crossed Lovers • Romeo Echo Alpha • PM Entertainment, or Action Beats • The Gospel of Aggregates • Hel Hath no Fury • Crossing the Line • Mango de la hora • Stress Judgment • Perception (Part 2) • Rain Falling Up • Church: the Italian Market • Landscape with the Fall of Hillary • Forced to Ponder • Morally Upright • Adulthood • Migration in Tandem ...


Growing Abroad, Emily Miller Jan 2019

Growing Abroad, Emily Miller

Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects

For my Honors Project, I wrote a creative nonfiction essay about my study abroad trip to Le Mans, France last summer. In the essay, I broke up the narration with three sections, each highlighting a personality trait I gained from my experience: independent, overcoming fear, and adventurous. Because this is a creative work and something I may consider publishing later on down the road, I am not submitting the main essay. Following this abstract is my Critical Essay and Personal Essay.


From Inside The House, Emilie Claire Shumway Jan 2019

From Inside The House, Emilie Claire Shumway

Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports

From Inside the House is a collection of eleven creative nonfiction essays, nearly all segmented and nonlinear. The essays take place across a wide span of time, from childhood to the author’s current age, and feature her hometown in Michigan, post-college life in Chicago, and time spent in West Virginia. Themes that feature prominently include anxiety, class, relationships, politics, alienation, fear, failure, and ambition.


To Whom Occurs The Haunting: A Singular Exploration Of A Disturbed Femme Psyche, Meghan E. Addison May 2018

To Whom Occurs The Haunting: A Singular Exploration Of A Disturbed Femme Psyche, Meghan E. Addison

All Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects

By utilizing critical experimental writing, my capstone project will be an exploration of the haunting effects of transgenerational trauma and its lasting impact on the present-day psyche of one disturbed female subject - myself. Relying on multiple formats of writing, including but not limited to: memoir, autobiography, diaries, letters, poetry, and prose, as well the incorporation of multiple disciplines including the likes of: psychoanalysis, literature, philosophy, and critical theory, I will make an attempt to utilize the micro in exploration of the macro: to explore my unconscious realm in order to understand a larger political context surrounding female madness and hysteria ...


Redactándome A Mi Misma: Writing Place, Process, And Identity Across Two Languages, Jenna Ziegelmayer May 2018

Redactándome A Mi Misma: Writing Place, Process, And Identity Across Two Languages, Jenna Ziegelmayer

Senior Honors Projects

Emily Dickinson once wrote a poem titled “Tell all the truth but tell it slant,” where she advises writers to do just that. One should tell the truth about their experiences, but tell it through their own unique perspective in order to make it “dazzle” on the page. My slant? Una segunda lengua.

As a student of Spanish, learning a different language has impacted the way that I see the world and my place in it. Studying abroad taught me about the language and culture of Spain, but it also taught me a lot about myself, my own native language ...


The Lantern, 2017-2018, Solana Warner, Chiara Demelfi, Emily Shue, Matt Dwyer, Clara Baker, Jason Bennett, Brandon Carey, Kim Corona, Millie Drury, Courtney A. Duchene, Samuel Ernst, Giselle Horrell, Sarah Howell, Nicole Kosar, Malcolm Loh, Morgan Mcafee, Johnathan Myers, Ren Toscano, Daniel Walker, Robin Gow, Albert Hahn, Rae Hodenfield, Paige Szmodis, Madison Bradley, Teddi Caputo '18, Faith Carson, Taahira Davis, Chiara Demelfi, Mya D. Flood, Sophia Driscoll Gamber, Jada A. Grice, Kevin Leon, Joseph Makuc, Valerie Osborne, Janice Partee, Megan Sear, Kara E. Travis, Julian Barocas, Sarah Defelice, Olivia Glover, Mario J. Heitman, Robert Varney Apr 2018

The Lantern, 2017-2018, Solana Warner, Chiara Demelfi, Emily Shue, Matt Dwyer, Clara Baker, Jason Bennett, Brandon Carey, Kim Corona, Millie Drury, Courtney A. Duchene, Samuel Ernst, Giselle Horrell, Sarah Howell, Nicole Kosar, Malcolm Loh, Morgan Mcafee, Johnathan Myers, Ren Toscano, Daniel Walker, Robin Gow, Albert Hahn, Rae Hodenfield, Paige Szmodis, Madison Bradley, Teddi Caputo '18, Faith Carson, Taahira Davis, Chiara Demelfi, Mya D. Flood, Sophia Driscoll Gamber, Jada A. Grice, Kevin Leon, Joseph Makuc, Valerie Osborne, Janice Partee, Megan Sear, Kara E. Travis, Julian Barocas, Sarah Defelice, Olivia Glover, Mario J. Heitman, Robert Varney

The Lantern Literary Magazines

On Dissociation • Untouchable • After "Rocket Man" • The Science Fair • Cardinal Rule at Stephen J. Memorial • Quentin & Sylvie • Cabello • The Get Out • Painting Day • Black, White and Grey • Family Pruning • How to Remove a Stain • Becoming Ourselves • Wonderbread U • Overture • Pescadero • Gross • Stage Fright • Lucky Daddy • Sarah • Rumble • Silvermine • The Green Iguana • A Poem for Ghost Children • A Poem for Lost Boys • Mother • Drop of Grease • Don't Wanna be White • I • Amelia Earhart Disappeared Into My Vagina: An Ode to Cunts, Menstrual Cups and All Things Woman • Suburban Summer • Nightmares and Dreams Induced by My Mother • Teacups, Skins, etc. • Three ...


A Narrative Logic Of The Personal Essay, Bruce Ballenger Feb 2018

A Narrative Logic Of The Personal Essay, Bruce Ballenger

Bruce Ballenger

Unlike many fiction writers who focus on creating stories that render experience, essayists want to both render experience and discover its possible meanings, and this requires a structure that also encourages reasoning.


Form Follows Function, Lyn Baldwin Feb 2018

Form Follows Function, Lyn Baldwin

The Goose

Natural history. Teaching. Writing. All have form, all have function. But just as no architecture is risk-free, no architecture is neutral. In this personal essay, I explore the surprising connections that develop when university students engage with natural history as way of knowing the ground underfoot.


God Is An Elephant: A Creative Nonfiction Guide To Devotion, Friends, And Conservation, Erin G. Bentley Dec 2017

God Is An Elephant: A Creative Nonfiction Guide To Devotion, Friends, And Conservation, Erin G. Bentley

Honors Theses AY 17/18

This creative nonfiction piece focuses on the month I spent in Thailand and Cambodia the summer after my sophomore year of college. Through my work on an elephant sanctuary, I was introduced to the problems facing captive and wild Asian elephants and was inspired to research the impacts that people and industry have on elephant health and conservation. During this experience I was afforded the chance to explore not only the intricacies surround elephant care, but also my own stance on everything from elephant conservation to a greater examination of faith. Through working with elephants, exposure to the Thai and ...


(Un)Documented, A Narrative Of M— In Letters To/From Us Institutions, Randy Gonzales Jun 2017

(Un)Documented, A Narrative Of M— In Letters To/From Us Institutions, Randy Gonzales

Proceedings from the Document Academy

Government documents like military and civil service personnel files are excellent sources of information for life writers, but the prioritization of information obscures features of the source document, often stripping genre, style, tone, and voice from content. This composition seeks to tell a compelling story, while maintaining features of the documents in the military and civil service files of M—, a Filipino immigrant who joined the US Navy in 1908. The source documents, mostly letters, are selected, edited, condensed, and annotated to tell a story about migration, labor, and citizenship. The documents highlight the relationship between record keeping and human ...


Retellings : A Collection Of Nonfiction Essays., Jennifer Kiefer May 2017

Retellings : A Collection Of Nonfiction Essays., Jennifer Kiefer

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This thesis is a collection of nonfiction essays, extending both into the realms of journalism as well as into more traditional creative nonfiction essays. While each piece is based in true stories, each piece has its own style. As such, this collection is an exploration of different forms of and takes on the nonfiction essay. It is divided into four chapters, one for each essay. The first half encompasses journalistic pieces previously published in Louisville Magazine, one in the August 2016 issue and one in the February 2017 issue. The first piece is a literal retelling of three medical stories ...


Casual Myths, David Grandouiller Apr 2017

Casual Myths, David Grandouiller

Creative Writing Minor Portfolios

This portfolio is a multi-genre collection of the best or most representative writing during my three years in the Creative Writing minor at Cedarville University. It includes seven pieces of nonfiction, one short story, and five poems. The most consistent link between these pieces across the genres is an imagist aesthetic, an attempt to live up to W. C. Williams’ adage, “No ideas but in things.” Primary themes the collection explores are my relationship with family, with place, and with God.


The Lantern, 2016-2017, Lauren Toscano, Kara Travis, Courtney Duchene, Sarah Gow, Ray Macedonia, Ria Malones, Kevin Moore, Serena Schaefer, Paige Szmodis, Brian Thomas, Solana Warner, Zooey Cox, Mara Koren, Nicole Kosar, Eden Patrick '17, Arthur Robinson, Emily Shue, Tommy Armstrong, Angela Antoinette Bey, Kathryn Bormann, Dustin Brinker, Chiara Demelfi, Matt Dwyer, Athena Gainey, Sophia Gamber, Michael Heimbaugh, Rae Hodenfield, Juan Lopez, Joe Makuc, Valerie Osborne, Megan Sear, Althea Unertl, Anthony Alvarez, Sydney Cope, Sarah Defelice, Neomi Haut '17, Yanlin Li, Sarah Wilbert, Mario Heitman '18 Apr 2017

The Lantern, 2016-2017, Lauren Toscano, Kara Travis, Courtney Duchene, Sarah Gow, Ray Macedonia, Ria Malones, Kevin Moore, Serena Schaefer, Paige Szmodis, Brian Thomas, Solana Warner, Zooey Cox, Mara Koren, Nicole Kosar, Eden Patrick '17, Arthur Robinson, Emily Shue, Tommy Armstrong, Angela Antoinette Bey, Kathryn Bormann, Dustin Brinker, Chiara Demelfi, Matt Dwyer, Athena Gainey, Sophia Gamber, Michael Heimbaugh, Rae Hodenfield, Juan Lopez, Joe Makuc, Valerie Osborne, Megan Sear, Althea Unertl, Anthony Alvarez, Sydney Cope, Sarah Defelice, Neomi Haut '17, Yanlin Li, Sarah Wilbert, Mario Heitman '18

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Our Lady of Perpetual Virginity • Essential Terms for the Audience • Stories Untold • Jesus Camp • The Second Avenue Schmear • Driving to the Beach • Thanks, Alice • Decay • Peanut Butter Rhapsody • Transactions • Traffic • Sissy • Melting Wings • Ocean • Small Town Summer • Third Story • Family Trees • Mixed, Just Like Me • Sour Graves • How Sweet the Sound • Goodnight, Halfmoon • I'm Going to Ask Him How • Music • Pizza • Manhoodlike • Meditations From a Bunk Bed in a Home on Mount Pocono • Soft • Twilight's Palette • The Oracle • Cynicism • River Ganges • Pinata Body and Hearing the Gun Shot • Song With No Music • Of Mornings Considering Womanhood • 10 Hours ...


"In Motion", Mckenzie Dial Jan 2017

"In Motion", Mckenzie Dial

Masters Theses

No abstract provided.


Ghost, Moving, Andrea Wuorenmaa Aug 2016

Ghost, Moving, Andrea Wuorenmaa

All NMU Master's Theses

This collection of creative nonfiction essays weaves a journey through local history, genealogy, physical landscape, and personal memoir. The essays therein investigate the past through the lens of the present, and the present as informed by the past. Written from a first person perspective, many of the essays directly address individuals or time periods long gone, while all of them are constructed with the memory, research, and imagination of the author.

Though this collection is rooted in history, it also relies on the metaphysical to create a vision of the past. Intangible themes—life, death, a farewell to things and ...


Eyebrows: A Collection Of Stories About That Family You Saw In Aldi's Last Week, Wesley D. Pena Apr 2016

Eyebrows: A Collection Of Stories About That Family You Saw In Aldi's Last Week, Wesley D. Pena

Senior Honors Theses

This creative thesis will begin with an introduction to the idea of creative nonfiction and will also present a short collection of creative nonfiction stories. The creative body of the thesis will consist of short stories taken from the author's own life that center around the common theme of family, focusing especially on the author's role as a big sister in a family of nine children. Following these short stories, the conclusion of the thesis will briefly consider the value of personal stories like these in the larger scheme of literature. For those unfamiliar with the genre, this ...


Toward Refuge, 43° 18’ N., 70° 47’ W., Ruth E. Towne Apr 2016

Toward Refuge, 43° 18’ N., 70° 47’ W., Ruth E. Towne

Creative Writing Minor Portfolios

This portfolio is a collection of some of my poetry and creative nonfiction pieces, all of which I wrote during my time as an undergraduate at Cedarville University. A few of the pieces in this collection have appeared previously in other publications. Literary Yard featured my nonfiction piece “Four Passages” on their website in November of 2014. Blotterature Literary Magazine published my nonfiction piece “This Is More Than Homesickness” in Volume 2, Issue 1, of their Winter 2015 publication. Burning Word Literary Journal published my nonfiction piece “Sun Fungus” in May of 2015. Magnolia Review featured my nonfiction piece “Nine ...


The Lantern, 2015-2016, Blaise Laramee, Sarah Gow, Mara Koren, Adam Anderson, Madison Bradley, Sophia Gamber, Linden Hicks, Joshua Hoffman, Giselle Horrell, Alexander Kramer, Chi-E Low, Alexzandria Luben, Kevin Moore, Brian Thomas, Mayuko Todaka, Kara Travis, Solana Warner, Henry Willshire, Alyse Brewer, Kristen Costello, Rae Hodenfield, Jason Varma, Allison Arinaga, Brandon Carey, Faith Carson, Kevin Choice, Julia Crozier-Christy, Courtney Duchene, Ryan Ferguson, Lauren Geiger, Jada A. Grice, Albert Hahn, Alexandra Hemp, Michael Heimbaugh, Darrah Hewlett, Jordan Hodess, Sean Kenny, Dana Kluchinski, Brian Leipold, Juan Lopez, Mary-Kate Mcgrath, Johnathan Myers, Temi Olafunmiloye, Valerie Osborne, Serena Schaefer, Nicolas Shandera, Emily Shue, Amanda Sierzega, Samantha Straughn, Paige Szmodis, Collin Takita, Kathryn Bormann, Sarah Defelice, Mario Heitman '18, Mary A. Holmcrans, Chukyi Kyaping, Morgan Larese, Andrew Tran Apr 2016

The Lantern, 2015-2016, Blaise Laramee, Sarah Gow, Mara Koren, Adam Anderson, Madison Bradley, Sophia Gamber, Linden Hicks, Joshua Hoffman, Giselle Horrell, Alexander Kramer, Chi-E Low, Alexzandria Luben, Kevin Moore, Brian Thomas, Mayuko Todaka, Kara Travis, Solana Warner, Henry Willshire, Alyse Brewer, Kristen Costello, Rae Hodenfield, Jason Varma, Allison Arinaga, Brandon Carey, Faith Carson, Kevin Choice, Julia Crozier-Christy, Courtney Duchene, Ryan Ferguson, Lauren Geiger, Jada A. Grice, Albert Hahn, Alexandra Hemp, Michael Heimbaugh, Darrah Hewlett, Jordan Hodess, Sean Kenny, Dana Kluchinski, Brian Leipold, Juan Lopez, Mary-Kate Mcgrath, Johnathan Myers, Temi Olafunmiloye, Valerie Osborne, Serena Schaefer, Nicolas Shandera, Emily Shue, Amanda Sierzega, Samantha Straughn, Paige Szmodis, Collin Takita, Kathryn Bormann, Sarah Defelice, Mario Heitman '18, Mary A. Holmcrans, Chukyi Kyaping, Morgan Larese, Andrew Tran

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Ghosts
• Going to China
• 98% Guaranteed
• Constellation/Boulevard
• Prayer
• The Little One
• Burning
• The Amber Macaroon
• Becoming
• Requiem
• Construction Site
• Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Dragon
• Charlie
• No Sleep
• A Lesson in Physical Education
• Statues
• Who Can Love a Black Woman?
• Apples
• Fun Craft
• The Door at Midnight
• Eve as a Book in the Bible
• Boys
• Diamond Heart
• To Apollo
• Joanne and Her July Garden
• Option A, 1936
• Young White Girls, Hollow Bodies, and Home
• Mama's Stance on Sugar
• The Mariana Trench
• Hurricane
• Part of the Job
• Avenue H Blues
• Hour of Nones
• Send Toilet Paper
• Grave Robbing ...


Bee Work | Departure, Anne Simpson Mar 2016

Bee Work | Departure, Anne Simpson

The Goose

How do we get closer to the nature of the bee’s, or any non-human's, experience, mystery that it is? This essay is a lyrical meditation on the power (and challenges) of poetry and language to access non-human worlds.


Traversing The East Coast In A Pair Of Converse, Laura A. Stall Jan 2016

Traversing The East Coast In A Pair Of Converse, Laura A. Stall

Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects

They say the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. My journey began with a step in a pair of low-top pink Converse sneakers. In this creative nonfiction piece, I wrote about my journey through life through my shoes. In humorous and sometimes touching stories, I recount the people and events that I feel have shaped me to be who I am today, whether that is a good or bad thing. Every anecdote comes fresh with a pair of Converse sneakers. However, in the end, the story is not just about the shoes; it’s about the ...


Love Poems For Photographs And Other Writings, Erin Francis O'Leary Jan 2016

Love Poems For Photographs And Other Writings, Erin Francis O'Leary

Senior Projects Fall 2016

This project is a collection of writings about photography that vary stylistically from traditional academic essays to more formally imaginative pieces. It is structured around the understanding of art criticism as not solely a passive response to the artworks on which it is focused, but as a productive and valuable artistic gesture that exists independently of its source materials. Art criticism, though concerned primarily with the external, can be understood (also) as an autobiographical effort.


Wingspan: Living With Birds, Lauren A. Smith Jan 2016

Wingspan: Living With Birds, Lauren A. Smith

Graduate Student Theses, Dissertations, & Professional Papers

Wingspan: Living with Birds is a collection of creative nonfiction essays that intertwine the author’s personal experiences and reflections with her knowledge of the natural world and ornithology. The six essays explore themes of family, self-reflection, understanding a sense of place, rock climbing, and dealing with grief. These themes are combined with natural histories of different bird species and the author’s experiences working with birds, especially as a bird bander.


Close Call With Nonexistence: A Memoir, Jeff Gailus Jan 2016

Close Call With Nonexistence: A Memoir, Jeff Gailus

Graduate Student Theses, Dissertations, & Professional Papers

Fred Eduard Gailus was born on April 26, 1944, in Memelland, a place that no longer exists. It was a tiny sliver of Germandom on the far eastern edge of Hitler’s outsized German Reich. When the Soviet Red Army swept through on their way to Berlin, to end World War Two and the reign of terror perpetrated by the German people, the homeland of my father’s ancestors was wiped off the map forever. Thanks to the courage and tenacity of his mother, Fred survived the largest forced migration in human history to marry young and raise a family ...


We're The Real Accident, Brittany J. Barron Jul 2015

We're The Real Accident, Brittany J. Barron

Papers & Publications: Interdisciplinary Journal of Undergraduate Research

In my creative nonfiction piece, I explore my relationship with my sister, Sabrina. Almost three years ago, she was in a car accident. Afterwards, both of our lives changed. One month after the accident, she moved away to live with her boyfriend in Charleston, South Carolina, and she told me the day before she left. Her car accident and her move to Charleston jarred me, causing memories from the past to flood the present. Two poems, which I wrote within the months following her accident and moving away, showcase how I reacted to her sudden departure and transformation. Although she ...


The Lantern, 2014-2015, Nora Sternlof, Blaise Laramee, Sophia Gamber, Kara Travis, Maxwell Bicking, Emily Duffy, Amanda Sierzega, Collin Takita, Isabella Esser Munera, Brian Cox, Annie Rus, Dominick Knowles, Solana Warner, Brian Thomas, Sarah Gow, Alyse Brewer, Mara Koren, Briana Mullan, Albert Hahn, Aubrey Atkinson, Eliana Katz, Josh Hoffman, Caylon Fowlkes, Dana Kluchinski, Lauren Geiger, Michele Snead, Andrew Tran, Erica Gorenberg, Henry Wilshire, Emily Shue, Rae Hodenfield, Madison Bradley, Kristen Costello, Brian Leipold, Quinn Gilman-Forlini, Lauren Marano, Mary Lobo, Arthur Robinson, Kevin Moore, Mary A. Holmcrans, Angier Cooper, Michael Heimbaugh Apr 2015

The Lantern, 2014-2015, Nora Sternlof, Blaise Laramee, Sophia Gamber, Kara Travis, Maxwell Bicking, Emily Duffy, Amanda Sierzega, Collin Takita, Isabella Esser Munera, Brian Cox, Annie Rus, Dominick Knowles, Solana Warner, Brian Thomas, Sarah Gow, Alyse Brewer, Mara Koren, Briana Mullan, Albert Hahn, Aubrey Atkinson, Eliana Katz, Josh Hoffman, Caylon Fowlkes, Dana Kluchinski, Lauren Geiger, Michele Snead, Andrew Tran, Erica Gorenberg, Henry Wilshire, Emily Shue, Rae Hodenfield, Madison Bradley, Kristen Costello, Brian Leipold, Quinn Gilman-Forlini, Lauren Marano, Mary Lobo, Arthur Robinson, Kevin Moore, Mary A. Holmcrans, Angier Cooper, Michael Heimbaugh

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• The Retreat
• Part of Eve's Discussion
• Buchanan
• Hypotheticals
• The Baby Hippo
• Sertraline and Cheerios
• Margins
• Anatomy of Me
• Orange
• Ode to Mathematics
• Garden Path
• Periphery
• 10n Power=Our Maybe Domains
• Hillside
• Baltimore//Analogues
• Work is a Religion
• At the Bridal Shower
• November
• Revisionist History
• Cold Front
• Lung (for D. Avitabile)
• Tether
• Hold Still
• Reverb
• An Almost English Major and His Daughter
• Clocks
• In the Kitchen on a Sunday Afternoon
• Amy
• Nine
• Customary Thoughts
• Showers
• Te Encuentro
• I Find You
• Literary Analysis
• The Diamond on My Face
• Catherine
• Hunsberger Woods, 11:42 on a School Night
• Cabbage
• After Class
• For ...


Moose: Recollections From A Northern Childhood, Allison K. Athens Jul 2014

Moose: Recollections From A Northern Childhood, Allison K. Athens

The Goose

A creative reflection on growing up with moose.


The Lantern, 2013-2014, Isabella Esser Munera, Rayna Nunes, Blaise Laramee, Chukyi Kyaping, Bobbi Stone, Erica Gorenberg, Anne Rus, Dana Kluchinski, Arthur Robinson, Emily Duffy, Jane Lee, Leah Garrity, Brian Thomas, Michele Snead, Melanee Piskai, Chloe Kekovic, Kevin Moore, Codey Young, Dominick Knowles, Richard Schulz, Quinn Gilman-Forlini, Collin Takita, Amanda Sierzega, Mara Koren, Epiphany Summers, Caitlin Jackson, Benjamin Jones, Joshua Hopkins-Desantis, Rebecca Galarza, Kelsey Knowles, Aubrey Atkinson, Michael Heimbaugh, Sophie Zander, Kendal Conrad, Nora Sternlof, Henry Willshire, Elijah Kineg, Joshua Hoffman, Maxwell Bicking, Andrew Tran, Arthur Robinson, Nicolas Shandera, Grace Buchele Mineta, Meaghan Geatens, Nina Petry, Sean Dolan, Kayla Sallada '17, Sam Cermignano Apr 2014

The Lantern, 2013-2014, Isabella Esser Munera, Rayna Nunes, Blaise Laramee, Chukyi Kyaping, Bobbi Stone, Erica Gorenberg, Anne Rus, Dana Kluchinski, Arthur Robinson, Emily Duffy, Jane Lee, Leah Garrity, Brian Thomas, Michele Snead, Melanee Piskai, Chloe Kekovic, Kevin Moore, Codey Young, Dominick Knowles, Richard Schulz, Quinn Gilman-Forlini, Collin Takita, Amanda Sierzega, Mara Koren, Epiphany Summers, Caitlin Jackson, Benjamin Jones, Joshua Hopkins-Desantis, Rebecca Galarza, Kelsey Knowles, Aubrey Atkinson, Michael Heimbaugh, Sophie Zander, Kendal Conrad, Nora Sternlof, Henry Willshire, Elijah Kineg, Joshua Hoffman, Maxwell Bicking, Andrew Tran, Arthur Robinson, Nicolas Shandera, Grace Buchele Mineta, Meaghan Geatens, Nina Petry, Sean Dolan, Kayla Sallada '17, Sam Cermignano

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Strikes
• Pietro di Venezia
• To the Lover of Small Things
• Jim's Big Day
• Akademiks
• Redamancy
• A Love Poem for Arctia Caja
• Mother River
• The Lyrics to Your Song
• Nerves
• Gemini Season
• White Interface
• The Last Time I Played with Dolls
• The Mechanic
• My Goldfish
• Put Down Your Hammer
• Strip
• Hollywood
• Identity
• The Grey Zone
• Sophia
• When I Became a Poet
• Unbroken
• The Veteran Aeronaut
• I Have Running Water but They had the Stars
• Not A Nigga
• Mother, Adam, Eve
• From Fragile Seeds: A Palindrome
• Conspiring, The Spires
• Finally Working Out What Goes Where (God, For Example, is in His ...


Seeing New Englandly: Reading And Writing Place Right In My Own Backyard, Kirsten Ridlen Jan 2014

Seeing New Englandly: Reading And Writing Place Right In My Own Backyard, Kirsten Ridlen

Undergraduate Review

I grew up in New England. Mansfield, more specifically: a suburb of the Boston Metro area. My only sense of regionalism while I was growing up came from the knowledge that the leaves change with the seasons, and that the Pilgrims anchored themselves here four centuries ago. I don’t know much about my genealogy except that my paternal grandfather came up from Illinois to marry Pattie Shea, so my name, at least, has traveled. But the other seventy-five percent of me, for all I do know, has been here forever. I am a New Englander. I’ve never been ...


The Lantern, 2012-2013, Nora Sternlof, Kerrey Kahn, Quinn Gilman-Forlini, Chelsea Callahan, Anna Lorine, Sophie Zander, Caroline Putscher, Dominick Knowles, Samuel Brenner, Amanda Sierzega, Emily Duffy, Emily Fogel, Chloe Campbell, Andrew Tran, Maxwell Bicking, Jillian Goldstein, Erica Gorenberg, Alex Niedmann, Kelsey Knowles, Logan Metcalf-Kelly, Edwin Kosik, Gladys Martinez, Olivia Hovick, Shane English, Brooke Haley, Isabella Esser-Munera, Joshua Hoffman, Michael Heimbaugh, Anna Lobo, Kristin Cichowski, Brett Neslen, Allison Cavanaugh, Monica Reuman '15, Rikki Kathryn Eble, Angier Cooper, Rayna Nunes, Stephanie Breitsman, Julianna Lepore, Rachel Blunt, Nicole Kovacs Apr 2013

The Lantern, 2012-2013, Nora Sternlof, Kerrey Kahn, Quinn Gilman-Forlini, Chelsea Callahan, Anna Lorine, Sophie Zander, Caroline Putscher, Dominick Knowles, Samuel Brenner, Amanda Sierzega, Emily Duffy, Emily Fogel, Chloe Campbell, Andrew Tran, Maxwell Bicking, Jillian Goldstein, Erica Gorenberg, Alex Niedmann, Kelsey Knowles, Logan Metcalf-Kelly, Edwin Kosik, Gladys Martinez, Olivia Hovick, Shane English, Brooke Haley, Isabella Esser-Munera, Joshua Hoffman, Michael Heimbaugh, Anna Lobo, Kristin Cichowski, Brett Neslen, Allison Cavanaugh, Monica Reuman '15, Rikki Kathryn Eble, Angier Cooper, Rayna Nunes, Stephanie Breitsman, Julianna Lepore, Rachel Blunt, Nicole Kovacs

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• How They Run
• What Was Said in Boston
• On the Last Day of the Month
• An Angel Tries to Surprise Humans
• I Wonder if God Modeled Boys After Books
• Marred with Modern Scars
• Feather Bed
• Ode to a Pen
• Objet Petit A
• Breaking News: Grownups Fear Return of Disco
• Neuroscience
• New Document
• We Were Stars, and the Sky was Our Grass
• About a Man
• Trojan
• An Ode
• Yr Body Sour
• That Lake in Jamaica
• Live While Chiefs are Still Fighting
• Lament for Mathematics
• The Robert Frost House
• People Fell in Love on Me
• Sunday Review
• Looks Silly in Tiny Desk ...


Writing Portfolio, Stephanie Sidney Oct 2012

Writing Portfolio, Stephanie Sidney

Dissertations, Theses and Capstone Projects

A collection of essays.