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Community Pride Reporter, 12/1995, Community Pride Reporter Dec 1995

Community Pride Reporter, 12/1995, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


What I Know Now That I Wish They'd Told Me Back Then: A Time Capsule Of Advice From Baby Boomers To The Baby Busters Of Generation X, Don P. Diffine Ph.D. Nov 1995

What I Know Now That I Wish They'd Told Me Back Then: A Time Capsule Of Advice From Baby Boomers To The Baby Busters Of Generation X, Don P. Diffine Ph.D.

Belden Center Books

Consider this--if the fountain of youth is unattainable, wouldn't it be great to avoid being, as the Dutch say, "too soon old and too late smart?" After all, nobody gets a second chance to go through life again. Alas, we must learn from those who have been around the block a few more times than we have. We won't live long enough to make all their collective mistakes--as resourceful as we might be behind their backs.

Those wonderful voluntary participants interested in this writing project, most of whom had done a "heap of living," were encouraged to focus ...


A. Manette Ansay: 11-01-1995, A. Manette Ansay, Stan Sanvel Rubin Nov 1995

A. Manette Ansay: 11-01-1995, A. Manette Ansay, Stan Sanvel Rubin

Writers Forum Videos

A. Manette Ansay is an author known for works such as her short story collection Read This and Tell Me What it Says and her popular novel Vinegar Hill. She starts off the interview by reading a short excerpt from Vinegar Hill. She continues by talking about how Vinegar Hill originated, how her own life heavily influenced her writing and especially that novel, and the reviews and critiques of the novel. She then goes on to discuss how health problems caused her to begin writing poetry when she was 23 and how the MFA program she was accepted to at ...


Community Pride Reporter, 11/1995, Community Pride Reporter Nov 1995

Community Pride Reporter, 11/1995, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


Inscape Fall 1995, Morehead State University Oct 1995

Inscape Fall 1995, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The Fall 1995 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


Skunk River Review Fall 1995, Vol 7, Marcia Johnson, Chris Stanley, Mike Schrader, Greg Patterson, Cheryl Veenstra, Heidi Wadsworth, Sean Holdridge, Jennifer Walker, Angie Lenz, Charles Nolte, Dorothy Elings, Mary Brantley, Glenn Atwell, Eric Buitenwerf, Jarin Teed, Hien Nguyen, Kurt Steffes, Allison Wisecup, Yelena Polyakov, Shannon Wood, Colleen Engleen, Suzanne Gillespie, Stephanie Benson, Anonymous, Sela Kirkegaard, Charles Nolte, Cathy Jones, Rob Winget, Marsha Griffith, Kathy Garrison, Carol Fick, Gale Adams, Monica Bella, Kathy Smith, Daniel Terry, Trish O'Brien-Edwards, Patti Stockdale, Tim Hegarty, Shawn Cowell, Sam Warren Jr,, Mike Schrader, Kim Winchell, Jolynn Thieme, Matthew Mcmillan., Chris Kaas, Mike Weber, Rachel Jackson, Jodi Zelino, Diane Van Zante Oct 1995

Skunk River Review Fall 1995, Vol 7, Marcia Johnson, Chris Stanley, Mike Schrader, Greg Patterson, Cheryl Veenstra, Heidi Wadsworth, Sean Holdridge, Jennifer Walker, Angie Lenz, Charles Nolte, Dorothy Elings, Mary Brantley, Glenn Atwell, Eric Buitenwerf, Jarin Teed, Hien Nguyen, Kurt Steffes, Allison Wisecup, Yelena Polyakov, Shannon Wood, Colleen Engleen, Suzanne Gillespie, Stephanie Benson, Anonymous, Sela Kirkegaard, Charles Nolte, Cathy Jones, Rob Winget, Marsha Griffith, Kathy Garrison, Carol Fick, Gale Adams, Monica Bella, Kathy Smith, Daniel Terry, Trish O'Brien-Edwards, Patti Stockdale, Tim Hegarty, Shawn Cowell, Sam Warren Jr,, Mike Schrader, Kim Winchell, Jolynn Thieme, Matthew Mcmillan., Chris Kaas, Mike Weber, Rachel Jackson, Jodi Zelino, Diane Van Zante

Skunk River Review

No abstract provided.


Sequoya Review, University Of Tennessee At Chattanooga Oct 1995

Sequoya Review, University Of Tennessee At Chattanooga

Sequoya Review

No abstract provided.


The Lantern Vol. 63, No. 1, Fall 1995, Gaylen Gawlowski, Stacey Stauffer, Diane Van Dyke, Erec Smith, Daniel Graf, Heather Mead, Tim Mccoy, Kristen Sabol, Gene Klose, Jim Maynard, Chris Bowers, Lawrence Santucci, Christopher Deussing, Kerri Slattery, Lyndsay Petersen, Jessica Demers, Sarah Webb, Morgan Wordley, Mike Podgorski, Jason Mckee, Beth Rosenberg, Dennis Cormac Mccarthy Oct 1995

The Lantern Vol. 63, No. 1, Fall 1995, Gaylen Gawlowski, Stacey Stauffer, Diane Van Dyke, Erec Smith, Daniel Graf, Heather Mead, Tim Mccoy, Kristen Sabol, Gene Klose, Jim Maynard, Chris Bowers, Lawrence Santucci, Christopher Deussing, Kerri Slattery, Lyndsay Petersen, Jessica Demers, Sarah Webb, Morgan Wordley, Mike Podgorski, Jason Mckee, Beth Rosenberg, Dennis Cormac Mccarthy

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• The Birthday Celebration
• Surprise! Surprise!
• Oregold
• Future of Parenthood #2
• Seeds
• How I Spent My Summer Vacation
• Random Scenes From 1/2 Hour at Work
• Life in the Coal Mines
• Driveway
• Midnight in the Court of Kings
• The Black Quadrilateral
• People I Hate to See, But Refuse to Dismiss
• Metropolized
• Poetry in Motion
• Dream #3
• Rhythms
• Mercykilling
• Untitled
• Lupine Lord
• At the Bottom of the Cup
• House of Commons
• Poetry I Can't Stand


Community Pride Reporter, 10/1995, Community Pride Reporter Oct 1995

Community Pride Reporter, 10/1995, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


Community Pride Reporter, 08/1995 (Summer), Community Pride Reporter Aug 1995

Community Pride Reporter, 08/1995 (Summer), Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


The Lantern Vol. 62, No. 2, Summer 1995, Jim Maynard, Jason Colflesh, Christopher Deussing, Gene Klose, Michael Donohue, Amy Melton, Jo Anne Sickeri, Alicia Lehr, Sonny Regelman, Brian Suth, Joanna Doris, Morgan Wordley, Laura Bell, Francis Pettolina, Cerise Bennett, Beth Rosenberg, Heather Mead, Doug Plitt, Christopher Wirtalla, Sarah Webb, Kristen Sabol, Kristen Miskar, Erec Smith, Erin Gorman, John Barbour, Scott Vida Jul 1995

The Lantern Vol. 62, No. 2, Summer 1995, Jim Maynard, Jason Colflesh, Christopher Deussing, Gene Klose, Michael Donohue, Amy Melton, Jo Anne Sickeri, Alicia Lehr, Sonny Regelman, Brian Suth, Joanna Doris, Morgan Wordley, Laura Bell, Francis Pettolina, Cerise Bennett, Beth Rosenberg, Heather Mead, Doug Plitt, Christopher Wirtalla, Sarah Webb, Kristen Sabol, Kristen Miskar, Erec Smith, Erin Gorman, John Barbour, Scott Vida

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• In the Season of Grief
• Subtleties
• Crazehaze
• Blacksmith
• I Feel Your Weight
• L'Amour Manque
• Sense of You
• Greed
• Gender (Rolled)
• Soliloquy of a Punter
• Nightmares
• God is a Frisbee
• Cleansing
• Flat
• Chemistry of Mind
• Louderback
• Ritual
• Rebuilding Mother
• Scott Lomba
• The Acting Bug
• Untitled
• The Seek
• Gluttony
• Great South Bay
• Archangel
• Suburban Zeus
• Vespers
• At Change of A-Dress
• The Hierarchy of Coolness
• The Apology
• I Know it is Evening There
• Pride


Community Pride Reporter, 07/1995, Community Pride Reporter Jul 1995

Community Pride Reporter, 07/1995, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


Community Pride Reporter, 06/1995, Community Pride Reporter Jun 1995

Community Pride Reporter, 06/1995, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


Community Pride Reporter, 05/1995, Community Pride Reporter May 1995

Community Pride Reporter, 05/1995, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


Tygr 1995, Sue Williams, Shelli Fletcher May 1995

Tygr 1995, Sue Williams, Shelli Fletcher

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

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

The Tyger -- William Blake [Historical Muse]

Cover -- Yewon Kim


Inscape Spring 1995, Morehead State University Apr 1995

Inscape Spring 1995, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The Spring 1993 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


Commonthought Vol.6 (1995), Commonthought Staff Apr 1995

Commonthought Vol.6 (1995), 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.


Columbia Poetry Review, Columbia College Chicago Apr 1995

Columbia Poetry Review, Columbia College Chicago

Columbia Poetry Review

Literary journal produced annually. Student editors: Susen James, Karl Pradel, Geraly Unite. Cover: Ruth Thorne-Thompson.


Hair Trigger 17, Columbia College Chicago Apr 1995

Hair Trigger 17, Columbia College Chicago

Hair Trigger

An anthology, edited by students, featuring the fiction, prose and creative non-fiction work of students, alumni, and staff. Editors: Holly Bruns, Martina Clarke, Herbert L. Jackson, Victoria Julian-Gonia, Susan Klaisner, Robert Koehler, Ricardo Moreno, Christopher Shoup. Cover photograph: Leon Livinstein. 244 pages.


Sequoya Review, University Of Tennessee At Chattanooga Apr 1995

Sequoya Review, University Of Tennessee At Chattanooga

Sequoya Review

No abstract provided.


Community Pride Reporter, 04/1995, Community Pride Reporter Apr 1995

Community Pride Reporter, 04/1995, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


1995 Spring Quiz And Quill Magazine, Otterbein University Apr 1995

1995 Spring Quiz And Quill Magazine, Otterbein University

Quiz and Quill

No abstract provided.


Fleda Brown Jackson: 03-01-1995, Fleda Brown Jackson, Stan Sanvel Rubin Mar 1995

Fleda Brown Jackson: 03-01-1995, Fleda Brown Jackson, Stan Sanvel Rubin

Writers Forum Videos

Fleda Brown Jackson earned her PhD in American Literature at the University of Arkansas and is known for her poetry collections Fishing with Blood and Do Not Peel the Birches. She begins the interview by reading two poems from Do Not Peel the Birches, “Night Swimming” and “Learning to Dance.” The interview continues with a conversation about water as a central theme in her poetry. Jackson goes on to discuss memories and their importance in her writing, and reads her poem “Piano.” She talks about the evolution of her writing as well as how her first poetry collection, Fishing with ...


Community Pride Reporter, 03/1995, Community Pride Reporter Mar 1995

Community Pride Reporter, 03/1995, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


Community Pride Reporter, 02/1995, Community Pride Reporter Feb 1995

Community Pride Reporter, 02/1995, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


Reflections 1995, Mandy Moonyham, Heather Love, Kevin Binfield Jan 1995

Reflections 1995, Mandy Moonyham, Heather Love, Kevin Binfield

Reflections

The 1995 issue of Reflections is edited by Mandy Moonyham and Heather Love with Kevin Binfield serving as faculty adviser. Cover art is by Sabrina Barnes. Award winners of the student poetry contest include: Karne Brower and Charles Freeman. Award winners of the student art contest include: Sabrina Barnes, Mickie Norman, and Yasuhiro Mori. This year the Communications Department has sponsored a photography contest; winners include: Jason Kerr, Brenda Ledford, and Shawn Childress.


Listening To Mozart, Charles Wyatt Jan 1995

Listening To Mozart, Charles Wyatt

Iowa Short Fiction Award & John Simmons Short Fiction Award

With all the drama and complexity of a symphony, Listening to Mozart traces forty years in the life of flutist James Baxter. Many of the stories in this collection—actually a novel in stories—center on or revolve around James' relationship with Anna, a potter and artist. Each story is a separate movement, yet they combine to create a deeply textured whole work. The stories chronicle James' inward journey, as well as his life and loves, with a voice repeatedly transformed through the years.

“Bach Suite”serves as a prologue and deals with the split in consciousness that often accompanies ...


Unfriendly Fire: A Mother's Memoir, Peg Mullen Jan 1995

Unfriendly Fire: A Mother's Memoir, Peg Mullen

Singular Lives: The Iowa Series in North American Autobiography

In 1968 Michael Mullen, a graduate student in biochemistry, was drafted; in 1969 he was sent to Vietnam as a foot soldier in Colonel Norman Schwarzkopf's Charlie Company; and in 1970 he was killed by the same “friendly fire” that destroyed thousands of other lives during the Vietnam War.

Back home on the family farm in Iowa, his parents made his death a crusade to awaken all parents to the insanity of war. C. D. B. Bryan's Friendly Fire and the TV movie of the same name documented these dramatic years, and Peg Mullen became a national symbol ...


In My Father's Study, Benjamin S. Orlove Jan 1995

In My Father's Study, Benjamin S. Orlove

Singular Lives: The Iowa Series in North American Autobiography

In 1921 Solomon Orlovski, a Russian Jew born in 1904, emigrated to America and transformed himself into Robert Orlove, a pattern maker in two senses of the term: during the day, he worked in the fur trade in New York and Chicago, making patterns for toys and hats; in his private life he became a self-taught artist who created prints, sketches, and collages in his study. More than sixty years later his son Ben—an anthropologist educated at Harvard and Berkeley—walked through the doorway of the deceased Robert's study and began to explore more than a half century ...


May You Live In Interesting Times, Tereze Glück Jan 1995

May You Live In Interesting Times, Tereze Glück

Iowa Short Fiction Award & John Simmons Short Fiction Award

Obsession, adultery, infidelity, unrequited love, suicide, betrayal, death—Tereze Glück's clear-sighted characters coolly assess their actions and reactions. When a man's wife dies suddenly, he feels liberated, and learning this stuns him. Taking a leap into personhood, a child watching her mother in the garden experiences empathy. A woman addicted to a lover realizes how she has squandered herself. A kiss in a taxicab sets two people on the road to inevitability. Scars, even small ones, reflect the power and mystery of the roads people take from one life into another. In the intense title story, suicide, long-distance ...