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Full-Text Articles in Creative Writing

Sermon Soup, Abigail C. Wisser Apr 2019

Sermon Soup, Abigail C. Wisser

Cedarville Review

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Walking Through Snowfall, Meghan Largent Apr 2019

Walking Through Snowfall, Meghan Largent

Cedarville Review

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Hallelujah For The Cross, He Is Ever Faithful, Campbell F. Bortel Apr 2019

Hallelujah For The Cross, He Is Ever Faithful, Campbell F. Bortel

Cedarville Review

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Cedarville Review Artist Spotlight: Miranda Dyson, Miranda Dyson Apr 2019

Cedarville Review Artist Spotlight: Miranda Dyson, Miranda Dyson

Cedarville Review

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Ornithology, Caroline Clauson Apr 2019

Ornithology, Caroline Clauson

Cedarville Review

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Second Birth Into Paradox, Abigail C. Wisser Apr 2019

Second Birth Into Paradox, Abigail C. Wisser

Cedarville Review

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An Artist's Prayer, Brian Campbell Apr 2019

An Artist's Prayer, Brian Campbell

Cedarville Review

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I Wish That My Grandma Would Narrate My Life, Hannah R. Fair Apr 2019

I Wish That My Grandma Would Narrate My Life, Hannah R. Fair

Cedarville Review

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Patience, Emma M. Foster Apr 2019

Patience, Emma M. Foster

Cedarville Review

A short piece of creative nonfiction about my grandma teaching me how to play solitaire in the wake of Hurricane Irma.


Heal, Clara Costello Apr 2019

Heal, Clara Costello

Cedarville Review

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If, Clara Costello Apr 2019

If, Clara Costello

Cedarville Review

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Empty Manicotti Shells, Julia N. Schultz Apr 2019

Empty Manicotti Shells, Julia N. Schultz

Cedarville Review

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Women Are Built Of Homes, Chloie Benton Apr 2019

Women Are Built Of Homes, Chloie Benton

Cedarville Review

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Collapse, Meghan Largent Apr 2019

Collapse, Meghan Largent

Cedarville Review

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Grounded, Abigail Shaffer Apr 2019

Grounded, Abigail Shaffer

Cedarville Review

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Rose Petals, Abigail Shaffer Apr 2019

Rose Petals, Abigail Shaffer

Cedarville Review

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The Idea Of An Essay, Volume 5: Two-Tongued, Bach’S Flute, And Homeschool, Tamara D. Marques, Anna Lyons, Sharri K. Hall, Johnna Willis, Isabelle C. Bendorf, Colin Dellaperute, Tristan Galyon, Connor Tomlin, Josiah R. Lansford, Daniel Parschauer, Aubrey B. Podnar, Kimberly Powell, Presley P. Shemelia, Andrew J. Bidlen, Abigail Brighton, Connor Haynes, Lila Pattison, Kelsey Howell, Brandon Ryan Sep 2018

The Idea Of An Essay, Volume 5: Two-Tongued, Bach’S Flute, And Homeschool, Tamara D. Marques, Anna Lyons, Sharri K. Hall, Johnna Willis, Isabelle C. Bendorf, Colin Dellaperute, Tristan Galyon, Connor Tomlin, Josiah R. Lansford, Daniel Parschauer, Aubrey B. Podnar, Kimberly Powell, Presley P. Shemelia, Andrew J. Bidlen, Abigail Brighton, Connor Haynes, Lila Pattison, Kelsey Howell, Brandon Ryan

The Idea of an Essay

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A Mother's Countenance, Adrienne M. Krater Apr 2018

A Mother's Countenance, Adrienne M. Krater

Cedarville Review

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What Is Lost, Brianna Martinez Apr 2018

What Is Lost, Brianna Martinez

Cedarville Review

My thoughts on being lost and losing.


Antarctica, Rebekah Erway Apr 2018

Antarctica, Rebekah Erway

Cedarville Review

Writing poems about not being able to write is a long-standing tradition among poets. They're an irony in and of themselves: the use of words to tell someone you have no words at all.


Loneliness, Rebekah Erway Apr 2018

Loneliness, Rebekah Erway

Cedarville Review

Loneliness isn't a person but, rather, an absence of people. Or, to be more precise, the feeling of no one's presence except your own. To be lonely, then, as in this poem, is to feel the presence of absence, the companionship of no one, and the company of a person who isn't a person at all.


Love And Adventure: A Calvin And Hobbes Story, Nathan Robertson Apr 2018

Love And Adventure: A Calvin And Hobbes Story, Nathan Robertson

Cedarville Review

When your brother is mentally and physically disabled, it's sometimes hard to know how to love him well. When it's your twin brother you don't really have much time to adjust, you just have to learn as you go. This essay tells the story of one of my greatest lessons in being a better brother, and surprising enough, the answer was found in perhaps the greatest gift I've ever received: my first copy of Calvin and Hobbes.


The Middle Onward, Adrienne M. Krater Apr 2018

The Middle Onward, Adrienne M. Krater

Cedarville Review

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Tempering Cedars, Adrienne M. Krater Apr 2018

Tempering Cedars, Adrienne M. Krater

Cedarville Review

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Tart Reflections, Adrienne M. Krater Apr 2018

Tart Reflections, Adrienne M. Krater

Cedarville Review

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Organic, Tesla Klinger Apr 2018

Organic, Tesla Klinger

Cedarville Review

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Projections, Tesla Klinger Apr 2018

Projections, Tesla Klinger

Cedarville Review

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Joni, Shawn Sumrall Apr 2018

Joni, Shawn Sumrall

Cedarville Review

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Christened Her "Tissue", Lydia M. Matzal Apr 2018

Christened Her "Tissue", Lydia M. Matzal

Cedarville Review

This poem explores the consequences of abortion, revealing how the unborn never experience the simple beauties of nature.


To The Apples: A Pantoum, Angel Grubbs Apr 2018

To The Apples: A Pantoum, Angel Grubbs

Cedarville Review

This is a little piece of poetry, known as a pantoum. It's not a pure pantoum, as I played with the structure of the sentences a little bit, but the idea is to repeat certain lines throughout the stanzas. It helps to create a scene that maintains unity, and I have found it to be especially good at capturing moments as the form likes to ruminate.