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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


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.


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


Commonthought Vol. 13 (2002), Commonthought Staff Apr 2002

Commonthought Vol. 13 (2002), 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.


Zephyr: The Third Issue, Zephyr Faculty Advisor, Matthew Bibeau, Jocelyn Brown, Tiffany Cherry, Angela Dobson, Cecilia M. Duchano, Judith Haug, Andrew Shuttleworth, Charissa Wong, Heather Anne Wright Apr 2002

Zephyr: The Third Issue, Zephyr Faculty Advisor, Matthew Bibeau, Jocelyn Brown, Tiffany Cherry, Angela Dobson, Cecilia M. Duchano, Judith Haug, Andrew Shuttleworth, Charissa Wong, Heather Anne Wright

Zephyr

This is the third issue of Zephyr, the University of New England's journal of creative expression. Since 2000, Zephyr has published original drawings, paintings, photography, prose, and verse created by current and former members of the University community. Zephyr's Editorial Board is made up exclusively of matriculating students.


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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The Owl Question, Faith Shearin Jan 2002

The Owl Question, Faith Shearin

Swenson Poetry Award Winners

May Swenson Poetry Award Volume 6, with foreward by Mark Doty. The Owl Question underscores and relishes life's transitions from young girl to woman, from child to wife to mother, and from isolation to connection this poet's bright sense of abundance and awe, here expressed in finely tuned detail and refreshingly open observation, reads like a collective memory. Though private and closely held, these questionings are as familiar as our own souls, and in their transformation to poetry, Shearin has created the very "map" she wishes to guide her when she "can't learn the world fast enough."