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Skunk River Review Fall 2002, Vol 14, Shane Alan Cox, Preston Ayers, Jenny Doty, Peter Davis, Taree Pelham, Andrea Smith, Steven Wyckmans, Frank Bott, Tiffany Feyen, Deann Vogt, Kendra Mills, Milissa Shineflew, Emma Antle, Debra Dyar, Shannon Westbrook Oct 2002

Skunk River Review Fall 2002, Vol 14, Shane Alan Cox, Preston Ayers, Jenny Doty, Peter Davis, Taree Pelham, Andrea Smith, Steven Wyckmans, Frank Bott, Tiffany Feyen, Deann Vogt, Kendra Mills, Milissa Shineflew, Emma Antle, Debra Dyar, Shannon Westbrook

Skunk River Review

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The Lantern Vol. 70, No. 1, Fall 2002, Alison Shaffer, Katy Diana, Christopher Tereshko, Susannah Fisher, Drew Petersen, Klaus Yoder, John Ramsey, Sarah Kauffman, Rachel Jessica Daniel, Keith Truman, Jen Brink, Kate Chapman, Laura Phillips, Dennis Kearney, Cara Nageli, Sarah Napolitan Oct 2002

The Lantern Vol. 70, No. 1, Fall 2002, Alison Shaffer, Katy Diana, Christopher Tereshko, Susannah Fisher, Drew Petersen, Klaus Yoder, John Ramsey, Sarah Kauffman, Rachel Jessica Daniel, Keith Truman, Jen Brink, Kate Chapman, Laura Phillips, Dennis Kearney, Cara Nageli, Sarah Napolitan

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• (For Z)
• Little Sister
• Eulogy to Her Son, Dead at 22
• Tuesday
• 7 Couplets for Drawing Genevieve
• Diner Reflection
• We Swam. We Made Sand Castles.
• His Lips Were Figure Fitting
• Public Transportation
• Pop Culture
• Running the Ridge
• Like a Sunflower
• Snooze
• Match
• Behavioral Correctional Facility of Santa Fe...
• The Cellar


Inscape Fall 2002, Morehead State University Oct 2002

Inscape Fall 2002, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The Fall 2002 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


Tygr 2002: A Literary & Art Magazine, Jill Forrestal, Jana Hacker May 2002

Tygr 2002: A Literary & Art Magazine, Jill Forrestal, Jana Hacker

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

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


Inscape Spring 2002, Morehead State University Apr 2002

Inscape Spring 2002, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The Spring 2002 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


The Lantern Vol. 69, No. 2, Spring 2002, Erin Dickerson, Cory Spangler, Kevin Hankins, Sarah Kauffman, Christopher Tereshko, Sarah Napolitan, Alison Shaffer, Melanie Scriptunas, John Ramsey, Christine Spera, Monica Stahl, Patricia Quinn, Syreeta Dixon, Raquel Pidal, Genevieve Romeo, Dennis Kearney, Phil Malachowski, Rosabelle Diaz, Michael Pomante, Katie Lambert, Daniel Bruno Apr 2002

The Lantern Vol. 69, No. 2, Spring 2002, Erin Dickerson, Cory Spangler, Kevin Hankins, Sarah Kauffman, Christopher Tereshko, Sarah Napolitan, Alison Shaffer, Melanie Scriptunas, John Ramsey, Christine Spera, Monica Stahl, Patricia Quinn, Syreeta Dixon, Raquel Pidal, Genevieve Romeo, Dennis Kearney, Phil Malachowski, Rosabelle Diaz, Michael Pomante, Katie Lambert, Daniel Bruno

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• What was Said in the Court of Riong
• Bailan Pies (Dancing Feet)
• Canard
• Vernacular City
• Saturday Night Motorcycles
• The Muse
• I Stuffed my Face in the Herbs
• Jacob's Nightingale
• At Tracey's
• Ona Time, a Rhym-mer
• For Yo Yo Ma's Encore
• Two Minutes from Earl's Court Tube Station
• For Two
• Bald
• This Year's Love
• The Dimmer Switch
• Tickertape
• Imaginary Highway
• First Kiss and Related Terrors
• Hairball
• His Hobbies
• Spaghetti Dinner


Hair Trigger 24, Columbia College Chicago Apr 2002

Hair Trigger 24, 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: Julia Borcherts, James Hein, Steve Jackson, Bernadette Jones, Tamara Michael, Devon Polderman, Sara Sheridan, Felicia Swanson. Cover photograph: Keith Carter. 371 pages.


2002 Spring Quiz And Quill Magazine, Otterbein University Apr 2002

2002 Spring Quiz And Quill Magazine, Otterbein University

Quiz and Quill

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Volume 34 (2002), Abigail Wolford, C. V. Davis Jan 2002

Volume 34 (2002), Abigail Wolford, C. V. Davis

The Broad River Review

The 2002 edition of The Broad River Review was edited by Abigale Wolford and C. V. Davis. The publication contains fiction; non-fiction; poetry; art; and photography by student; regional; and national writers and artists. The winner of the J. Calvin Koontz poetry award, given annually for a portfolio of poetry to a senior English major, is Sarah Thomas with Ron Rash serving as the contest judge. The cover design, "The Broad River in Blue," was photographed by Natalie Brown. Student writing award winners include: Christi Hallis; Tara Hostetler; and Abigale Wolford. The Broad River Review Editor's Prizes in Fiction ...


Saving Adam Smith: A Tale Of Wealth, Transformation, And Virtue, Jonathan B. Wight Jan 2002

Saving Adam Smith: A Tale Of Wealth, Transformation, And Virtue, Jonathan B. Wight

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Every once in a while a great business novel is published. This is one of those novels. Follow an up-and-coming graduate student on a picturesque adventure involving terroristics and love, and learn, or better yet, re-learn, correctly this time, a little economics.


From Within The Frame: Storytelling In African-American Studies, Bertram D. Ashe Jan 2002

From Within The Frame: Storytelling In African-American Studies, Bertram D. Ashe

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The book explores the written representation of African-American oral storytelling from Charles Chesnutt, Zora Neale Hurston and Ralph Ellison to James Alan McPherson, Toni Cade Bambara and John Edgar Wideman. At its core, the book compares the relationship of the "frame tale" - an inside-the-text storyteller telling a tale to an inside-the-text listener - with the relationship between the outside-the-text writer and reader. The progression is from Chesnutt's 1899 frame texts, in which the black spoken voice is contained by a white narrator/listener, to Bambara's sixties-era example of a "frameless" spoken voice text, to Wideman's neo-frame text of ...