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Black Box 2019, Shane C. Baskit, Jon Haass, Alan Malnar, Ryan Mahoney, Eileen Landis-Groom, Tom Perkins, Gary L. Griffith, Patricia Watkins, Courtney Turner-Rathbone, Hugo Fonck, Kelvin Russell, Martin Kurkchubasche, Jordan King Jan 2019

Black Box 2019, Shane C. Baskit, Jon Haass, Alan Malnar, Ryan Mahoney, Eileen Landis-Groom, Tom Perkins, Gary L. Griffith, Patricia Watkins, Courtney Turner-Rathbone, Hugo Fonck, Kelvin Russell, Martin Kurkchubasche, Jordan King

Black Box

The Black Box is a student based creative publication serving the Embry-Riddle Prescott campus. It is our goal to provide a showcase for the creativity and talent of the Embry-Riddle students. Creative works by members of Embry-Riddle's faculty and staff are included.


670 Ft., Valerie Brewer Feb 2018

670 Ft., Valerie Brewer

Papers & Publications: Interdisciplinary Journal of Undergraduate Research

A short story that explores the inner turmoil of man named Archie, whose life hangs in the balance as he contemplates whether or not he should take the plunge off the edge of a metal beam 670 ft. in the air. What originally began as a quiet lunch between four men had somehow become a fatal nightmare. While he watched as the crowd gathered below, listening to the pleas of his coworkers beside him, Archie couldn't help but remember every little thing he had let build up inside, until it all came spilling out as soon as the words ...


Black Box 2018, Ryan Standley, Jon Haass, Patricia Watkins, Cole Alley, Eileen Landis-Groom, Grady O. Kerst, Devin Hicks, Desmond O'Connor, Tokunbo (Tj) Vandenburg, Trevor Turner, Tariko Duarte, Austin Witthun, Garre11 011mers, Cooper Brethauer, Kelvin Russell Jan 2018

Black Box 2018, Ryan Standley, Jon Haass, Patricia Watkins, Cole Alley, Eileen Landis-Groom, Grady O. Kerst, Devin Hicks, Desmond O'Connor, Tokunbo (Tj) Vandenburg, Trevor Turner, Tariko Duarte, Austin Witthun, Garre11 011mers, Cooper Brethauer, Kelvin Russell

Black Box

The Black Box is a student based creative publication serving the Embry-Riddle Prescott campus. It is our goal to provide a showcase for the creativity and talent of the Embry-Riddle students. Creative works by members of Embry-Riddle's faculty and staff are included.

Cover Art: Ryan Standley; Editor: Kelvin Russell.


Minding The Pedagogical Gap: Creative Writing Studies, Common Core Standards, And The Secondary Creative Writing Moment, Chris Drew Dec 2016

Minding The Pedagogical Gap: Creative Writing Studies, Common Core Standards, And The Secondary Creative Writing Moment, Chris Drew

Journal of Creative Writing Studies

Although the Common Core Standards in English/Language Arts seem to exclude creative writing activities and lessons from secondary classrooms in favor of literary analysis and composition, current creative writing pedagogy demonstrates that such a reading of the standards is shortsighted and incorrect. By analyzing thematically-grouped standards and citing relevant creative writing pedagogues, this article argues that a majority of Common Core ELA Standards can be met by utilizing creative writing activities in the secondary classroom and that a critical moment has been reached for creative writing scholars to ensure their discipline is represented in secondary English curricula and training.


Crumbs, Joseph Giordano Jun 2016

Crumbs, Joseph Giordano

The Anthology

A prose story


Act Your Age, Not Your Shoe Size, Laura-Leigh Todd Jun 2016

Act Your Age, Not Your Shoe Size, Laura-Leigh Todd

The Anthology

A prose story


Chewing Gum, Rodger E. Bishop Ii Jun 2016

Chewing Gum, Rodger E. Bishop Ii

The Anthology

A prose story


Dévoiler, Rachel Burns Jun 2016

Dévoiler, Rachel Burns

The Anthology

A prose story


Six And A Half Years Of Roadkill, Chris Da Rosa Jun 2016

Six And A Half Years Of Roadkill, Chris Da Rosa

The Anthology

A prose story


Hypotheticals, Mirielle Smith Jun 2016

Hypotheticals, Mirielle Smith

The Anthology

A prose story


The Summer Kill-Off, Patrick Kay Jun 2016

The Summer Kill-Off, Patrick Kay

The Anthology

A prose story


The Tribal Blues, Josh Dunn Jun 2016

The Tribal Blues, Josh Dunn

The Anthology

A poem


More, Rebecca Jacobs Jun 2016

More, Rebecca Jacobs

The Anthology

A poem


Motet 5: Paschal Song, Alex Muller Jun 2016

Motet 5: Paschal Song, Alex Muller

The Anthology

A poem


Collage, Heather Bechtler Jun 2016

Collage, Heather Bechtler

The Anthology

A poem


Untitled Iv, Daniel Padgett Jun 2016

Untitled Iv, Daniel Padgett

The Anthology

A poem


Fossils In Wet Cement, Lora Caldwell Jun 2016

Fossils In Wet Cement, Lora Caldwell

The Anthology

A poem


Through And Away, Diego Segura Jun 2016

Through And Away, Diego Segura

The Anthology

A poem


To Be Come, Kaitlin Spellman Jun 2016

To Be Come, Kaitlin Spellman

The Anthology

A poem


Stacy's Couch, Carrie Dupre Jun 2016

Stacy's Couch, Carrie Dupre

The Anthology

A poem


Weimar Love Song, Mirielle Smith Jun 2016

Weimar Love Song, Mirielle Smith

The Anthology

A poem


Association, Patrick Bryant Jun 2016

Association, Patrick Bryant

The Anthology

A poem


Chi, Heather Bechtler Jun 2016

Chi, Heather Bechtler

The Anthology

A poem


Ill-Equipped, Rachel Phillips Jun 2016

Ill-Equipped, Rachel Phillips

The Anthology

A poem


Kitchen Counters, Katie Horrigan Jun 2016

Kitchen Counters, Katie Horrigan

The Anthology

A poem


Moon Leaning Its Round Shoulder, Lauren Clark Jun 2016

Moon Leaning Its Round Shoulder, Lauren Clark

The Anthology

A poem


The Color Pink, Holly Bechtler Jun 2016

The Color Pink, Holly Bechtler

The Anthology

A poem


Nightshade Nights, Loren Mixon Jun 2016

Nightshade Nights, Loren Mixon

The Anthology

A poem


How To Fight, How To Sleep, Lee Ann Harrison Jun 2016

How To Fight, How To Sleep, Lee Ann Harrison

The Anthology

A poem


Letter From Editor, Alex Muller Jun 2016

Letter From Editor, Alex Muller

The Anthology

This is the introductory letter from Editor-in-Chief Alex Muller.