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Lawrence Switcher, Linda Niemann Dec 2004

Lawrence Switcher, Linda Niemann

Linda G. Niemann

No abstract provided.


Activist Theatre As Bridge Between An Indigenous Community And The Americas: The Story Of Fomma/ Fortaleza De La Mujer Maya, Linda Niemann Nov 2004

Activist Theatre As Bridge Between An Indigenous Community And The Americas: The Story Of Fomma/ Fortaleza De La Mujer Maya, Linda Niemann

Linda G. Niemann

No abstract provided.


Lawrence Switcher, Linda Niemann Oct 2004

Lawrence Switcher, Linda Niemann

Linda G. Niemann

No abstract provided.


Early Lessons, H. Rice Aug 2004

Early Lessons, H. Rice

H. William Rice

No abstract provided.


Reviews In Brief / The Wasp Eater, Marianne Rogoff Aug 2004

Reviews In Brief / The Wasp Eater, Marianne Rogoff

Marianne Rogoff

In William Lychak's first novel, the child is witness. Daniel, a 10-year- old living in New England, sees everything, processes it, trying to grasp the mysterious, mistaken ways of adults: his mother, Anna; his father, Bob; and his grown cousin Joelyn.


Reviews In Brief / Strange But True, Marianne Rogoff Jul 2004

Reviews In Brief / Strange But True, Marianne Rogoff

Marianne Rogoff

John Searles says, "My writing is sort of Sidney Sheldon meets Anne Tyler. " In "Strange But True," the mysteries are domestic, the characters from families blown apart by events that change lives in instants. Yet the world remains mundane, even comic.


Reviews In Brief / World Famous Love Acts, Marianne Rogoff May 2004

Reviews In Brief / World Famous Love Acts, Marianne Rogoff

Marianne Rogoff

Brian Leung's writing is exquisite, deceptively plain, deeply felt and spiritually high, with dead-on depictions of the world as it is and people coping such as they can. He doesn't limit himself to particular character types but eyes all kinds with compassion, true empathy and bursts of clairvoyance.


Reviews In Brief / Do The Blind Dream?, Marianne Rogoff May 2004

Reviews In Brief / Do The Blind Dream?, Marianne Rogoff

Marianne Rogoff

On the last page of "Do the Blind Dream?" you'll find a character saying, "One morning, more than thirty years later, I was sitting at a bar in Paris drinking a coffee when, for no particular reason, I thought about ..." and he will wonder if things might have been different if. ...

This is the theme in many stories here: a turning point or moment or scene that has stuck in the mind for 30 or 50 years, and how we are formed by the mistakes and legacies of our parents and ancestors, even after we have run away or ...


Once More, With Feeling, James Plath Apr 2004

Once More, With Feeling, James Plath

James Plath

Professor Plath's presentation at Honors Convocation as the winner of the 2004 Pantagraph Award for Teaching Excellence.


Thaw, Lydia Copeland Gwyn Mar 2004

Thaw, Lydia Copeland Gwyn

Lydia Copeland Gwyn

Excerpt: It’s midday and sheets of ice slide off the roof of the house...


Poems From Meteoric Flowers In No: A Journal Of The Arts, Elizabeth Willis Dec 2003

Poems From Meteoric Flowers In No: A Journal Of The Arts, Elizabeth Willis

Elizabeth Willis

No abstract provided.


That Fatal Brew Pub, Gene Washington Dec 2003

That Fatal Brew Pub, Gene Washington

Gene Washington

Skit featuring St. Peter, the devil and other heavenly creatures. The skit is essentially a parody of folks in a small town attempting to establish a brew pub in their town,


Primer For Non-Native Speakers, Philip Metres Dec 2003

Primer For Non-Native Speakers, Philip Metres

Philip Metres

No abstract provided.


Detritus (Grand Valley Review), Kathryn Waggoner Dec 2003

Detritus (Grand Valley Review), Kathryn Waggoner

Kathryn L Waggoner

No abstract provided.


Boomer In A Boom Town, Linda Niemann Dec 2003

Boomer In A Boom Town, Linda Niemann

Linda G. Niemann

No abstract provided.


Catalogue Of Comedic Novelties : Selected Poems / Of Lev Rubinstein ; Translated By Philip Metres And Tatiana Tulchinsky, Philip Metres Dec 2003

Catalogue Of Comedic Novelties : Selected Poems / Of Lev Rubinstein ; Translated By Philip Metres And Tatiana Tulchinsky, Philip Metres

Philip Metres

No abstract provided.


Torre Milteo Threatening To Rain : Poem, Michael C. Vocino Dec 2003

Torre Milteo Threatening To Rain : Poem, Michael C. Vocino

michael c vocino

poem written on a beach in Italy's Gargano region.