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Columbia Poetry Review, Columbia College Chicago Apr 2002

Columbia Poetry Review, Columbia College Chicago

Columbia Poetry Review

Literary journal produced annually. Student editors: Elizabeth Anderson, Sarah Pearl, Sean R. Slive. Cover: Sean R. Slive. Andrea Lather


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.


Little Village April 2002 Apr 2002

Little Village April 2002

Little Village Magazine Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


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

No abstract provided.


Bern Porter International: Volume 6 Number 6 (March 15, 2002), Bern Porter, Sheila Holtz, Natasha Bernstein Mar 2002

Bern Porter International: Volume 6 Number 6 (March 15, 2002), Bern Porter, Sheila Holtz, Natasha Bernstein

Newsletters

A Literary Newsletter and Bulletin of the Institute of Advanced Thinking

Featuring poetry by George Gott and "The Document" by Blair Ewing.


Little Village March 2002 Mar 2002

Little Village March 2002

Little Village Magazine Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


Bern Porter International: Volume 6 Number 4 (February 15, 2002), Bern Porter, Sheila Holtz, Natasha Bernstein Feb 2002

Bern Porter International: Volume 6 Number 4 (February 15, 2002), Bern Porter, Sheila Holtz, Natasha Bernstein

Newsletters

A Literary Newsletter and Bulletin of the Institute of Advanced Thinking

Featuring "Global Economy: The Mark of the Beast?" by Sheila Holtz.


Bern Porter International: Volume 6 Number 5 (March 1, 2002), Bern Porter, Sheila Holtz, Natasha Bernstein Feb 2002

Bern Porter International: Volume 6 Number 5 (March 1, 2002), Bern Porter, Sheila Holtz, Natasha Bernstein

Newsletters

A Literary Newsletter and Bulletin of the Institute of Advanced Thinking

Featuring poetry by Joelle Francis and a Scholars report by Daniel A. Russell.


Little Village February 2002 Feb 2002

Little Village February 2002

Little Village Magazine Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


Little Village January 18, 2002 Jan 2002

Little Village January 18, 2002

Little Village Magazine Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


Bern Porter International: Volume 6 Number 2 (Jaunary 15, 2002), Bern Porter, Sheila Holtz, Natasha Bernstein Jan 2002

Bern Porter International: Volume 6 Number 2 (Jaunary 15, 2002), Bern Porter, Sheila Holtz, Natasha Bernstein

Newsletters

A Literary Newsletter and Bulletin of the Institute of Advanced Thinking

Featuring "The Heart Bleeds" by Bern Porter and collage by Carolyn Chute.


Bern Porter International: Volume 6 Number 1 (January 1, 2002), Bern Porter, Sheila Holtz, Natasha Bernstein Jan 2002

Bern Porter International: Volume 6 Number 1 (January 1, 2002), Bern Porter, Sheila Holtz, Natasha Bernstein

Newsletters

A Literary Newsletter and Bulletin of the Institute of Advanced Thinking

Featuring mail art by Carolyn Chute and "whatever happened in new york" by Lee Clark Zumpe.


Bern Porter International: Volume 6 Number 3 (February 1, 2002), Bern Porter, Sheila Holtz, Natasha Bernstein Jan 2002

Bern Porter International: Volume 6 Number 3 (February 1, 2002), Bern Porter, Sheila Holtz, Natasha Bernstein

Newsletters

A Literary Newsletter and Bulletin of the Institute of Advanced Thinking

Featuring "It's In Our Nature." by Daniel A. Russell and "All Girl Band" by Utahna Faith.


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 ...


Spectrum, 2002, Northwestern College Jan 2002

Spectrum, 2002, Northwestern College

Spectrum literary magazine

Literary journal


Sequoya Review, University Of Tennessee At Chattanooga Jan 2002

Sequoya Review, University Of Tennessee At Chattanooga

Sequoya Review

No abstract provided.


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."


The Mockingbird, Etsu Department Of Art And Design, Etsu Department Of English Jan 2002

The Mockingbird, Etsu Department Of Art And Design, Etsu Department Of English

The Mockingbird

Devon Koren Asdell [Natural Bridge]; Jessica Brice [The Furrowed Field]; Amy Chartier [Through the Road and of My Heart]; Victoria Cunningham [Concealment July 2001]; Carie Dutro [A Friend of Mine Once Told Me]; Nancy Jane Earnest [Summer Ritual]; Franci Doyle [Jackass]; Mike Garrett [Game]; Spicey Gould [Passage]; Megan Jewell Kern [On Three]; Jessica Hodges [Just 2]; Gregory Marlow [Charlie’s Wife]; Shanda Miller [Affirmations]; Neli Jennifer Minthorn [Untitled]; Ouzounova [Stairway to a Sense of Place]; Alison Pack [Accessories]; James Sharp [Boones Creek]; Deborah Smith [The Game]; Kevin Stephenson [A Tale of Two Tales]; Pam Tabor [Letting Go]; Chris Vaughn [Foretold ...


Graduate Bulletin, 2002-2004 (2002), Minnesota State University Moorhead Jan 2002

Graduate Bulletin, 2002-2004 (2002), Minnesota State University Moorhead

Graduate Bulletins (Catalogs)

No abstract provided.


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

Bookshelf

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

Bookshelf

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 ...


Horizons, Volume 19, 2002, Sacred Heart University Jan 2002

Horizons, Volume 19, 2002, Sacred Heart University

Vistas (Horizons)

No abstract provided.