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Goosetown: Reconstructing An Akron Neighborhood, Joyce Dyer Dec 2009

Goosetown: Reconstructing An Akron Neighborhood, Joyce Dyer

The University of Akron Press Publications

Can the past be discovered? Are memories only someone else’s recollections? Can we draw out the shadows deep within the crevices of the brain?

Goosetown, once a physical location in Akron, Ohio, and a place in Joyce Dyer’s childhood world, still lingers on the edge of the author’s perception. Dyer lived her first five years, the most significant five, some would say, in Goosetown, and had dismissed them as irrelevant because she couldn’t recover the images.

Years later, accompanied by her uncle, the self-proclaimed “Mayor of Goosetown,” the odd couple travels to unearth the lost years ...


Little Village December 2009 Dec 2009

Little Village December 2009

Little Village Magazine Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


Little Village November 2009 Nov 2009

Little Village November 2009

Little Village Magazine Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


Eki Mae Poems [Volume 1], Judy Halebsky, Yuka Tsukagoshi, Fumiko Yamanaka, Ayumu Akutsu Oct 2009

Eki Mae Poems [Volume 1], Judy Halebsky, Yuka Tsukagoshi, Fumiko Yamanaka, Ayumu Akutsu

Faculty Authored Books and Book Contributions

Bilingual Japanese-English poetry journal.


Crosscurrents: Fall 2009, Associated Students Of The University Of Puget Sound Oct 2009

Crosscurrents: Fall 2009, Associated Students Of The University Of Puget Sound

Crosscurrents

No abstract provided.


Fiction Fix 06, Melissa Bryant, April E. Bacon, Klemen Pisk, Shay Wood, Laura Ferrara, Nancy Gessner, Thomas Karst, Renee Press, Themba Mabona, Christine Utz, Sean Thompson, Beau Denton, Shannon Estlund, Sarah Prevatt, Laura Murren Oct 2009

Fiction Fix 06, Melissa Bryant, April E. Bacon, Klemen Pisk, Shay Wood, Laura Ferrara, Nancy Gessner, Thomas Karst, Renee Press, Themba Mabona, Christine Utz, Sean Thompson, Beau Denton, Shannon Estlund, Sarah Prevatt, Laura Murren

Fiction Fix

No abstract provided.


Little Village October 2009 Oct 2009

Little Village October 2009

Little Village Magazine Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


Pathos, Fall 2009, Portland State University. Student Publications Board Oct 2009

Pathos, Fall 2009, Portland State University. Student Publications Board

Pathos

Editors: Richard Hernandez

Issue 10


Ross–Ade: Their Purdue Stories, Stadium, And Legacies, Robert C. Kriebel Sep 2009

Ross–Ade: Their Purdue Stories, Stadium, And Legacies, Robert C. Kriebel

Purdue University Press Books

David Ross (1871–1943) and George Ade (1866–1944) were trustees, distinguished alumni and benefactors of Purdue University. Their friendship began in 1922 and led to their giving land and money for the 1924 construction of Ross-Ade Stadium, now a 70,000 seat athletic landmark on the West Lafayette campus. Their life stories date to 1883 Purdue and involve their separate student experiences and eventual fame. Their lives crossed paths with U.S. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, Henry Ford, Amelia Earhart, and Will Rogers among others. Gifts or ideas from Ross or Ade lead to creation of the Purdue Research ...


Little Village September 2009 Sep 2009

Little Village September 2009

Little Village Magazine Digital Archive

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A Letter To Serafin, John Minczeski Aug 2009

A Letter To Serafin, John Minczeski

The University of Akron Press Publications

A Letter to Serafin is a multi-paneled study of juxtapositions and duplicities, where history becomes a living entity, not just a shadowy artifact. Minczeski colors his lines with dark hues of wry comedy and sharp tones of pathos, transcending geography and time by providing testimony on behalf of those who no longer can. This is a vital book for anyone who has ever been transported by a piece of artwork, or haunted by a photograph that projects meaning beyond its borders.

"If the aim of poetry is to speak the unspeakable, then John Minczeski gives voice to all that goes ...


Little Village August 2009 Aug 2009

Little Village August 2009

Little Village Magazine Digital Archive

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Little Village July 2009 Jul 2009

Little Village July 2009

Little Village Magazine Digital Archive

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Little Village June 2009 Jun 2009

Little Village June 2009

Little Village Magazine Digital Archive

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Little Village May 2009 May 2009

Little Village May 2009

Little Village Magazine Digital Archive

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Tygr 2009: Student Art And Literary Magazine, Jill Forrestal, William Greiner, Amber Doan, Jessica Schewe May 2009

Tygr 2009: Student Art And Literary Magazine, Jill Forrestal, William Greiner, Amber Doan, Jessica Schewe

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

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

[Historical Muse] The Tyger -- William Blake


Mind The Gap: And 2 Other Mysteries, Jared Brown Apr 2009

Mind The Gap: And 2 Other Mysteries, Jared Brown

IWU Authors Bookshelf

Mind the Gap, a novel, concerns a murder that occurs in London in 2001. Eight students from a university, accompanied by two faculty members, take a "theatrical tour" of London and Stratford, during which they see and discuss twelve plays. But their tour is ruined when one member of the group is murdered. The two other mysteries in Mind the Gap and 2 Other Mysteries, "The Value of Books" and "Midtown Detectives," are relatively brief -- longer than short stories, but decidedly shorter than novels. They both present intriguing tales of suspense, and both are written in styles that contrast markedly ...


Crosscurrents: Spring 2009, Associated Students Of The University Of Puget Sound Apr 2009

Crosscurrents: Spring 2009, Associated Students Of The University Of Puget Sound

Crosscurrents

No abstract provided.


Commonthought, Vol 20 (Spring 2009), Commonthought Staff Apr 2009

Commonthought, Vol 20 (Spring 2009), 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.


Columbia Poetry Review, Columbia College Chicago Apr 2009

Columbia Poetry Review, Columbia College Chicago

Columbia Poetry Review

Literary journal produced annually. Student editors: Thoma DeRoma, Tyler Flynn Dorholt, Richard Dugan, Andy Koszewski, Meghan M. Lee, Meg Reilly, Andrew Terhune. Editorial Board: Carl Aagesen, Joe Bly, Zach Green, Helen Kiernan, Dolly Lemke, Kyle Miner, Nate Olison, Steve Smaczniak, Abi Stokes, Chris Williams. Cover: Wayne Smith.


Hair Trigger 31, Columbia College Chicago Apr 2009

Hair Trigger 31, 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: Joshua Alletto, Jeffrey Brennan, Shana Cooper, Sheree L. Greer, Brooke Hennen, Nadine Kenney, Nicolette Kittinger, James Lower, Santiago Martinez, Ingrid Rojas, Ilana Shabanov, Stephanie Shaw. Cover photograph: Dave Anderson. 304 pages.


Skunk River Review 2008-2009, Vol 21, Jonathan Mills, Trent Ray, Donnie Deaton, Ryan Dornbusch, Frank Mcnew, Shonna Peters, Merlin Serrano, Leonard Glover, Rachel Cordes, Julie Van Cleave, Shelby Blackford, Carter Vos, Andrew Robertson, Kim Bell Apr 2009

Skunk River Review 2008-2009, Vol 21, Jonathan Mills, Trent Ray, Donnie Deaton, Ryan Dornbusch, Frank Mcnew, Shonna Peters, Merlin Serrano, Leonard Glover, Rachel Cordes, Julie Van Cleave, Shelby Blackford, Carter Vos, Andrew Robertson, Kim Bell

Skunk River Review

No abstract provided.


Little Village April 2009 Apr 2009

Little Village April 2009

Little Village Magazine Digital Archive

No abstract provided.


The Lantern Vol. 76, No. 2, Spring 2009, Chelsea Catalanotto, Robert Whitehead, Callie Ingram, Paul Rossman, Katherine Murphy, Maire Moriarty, Pete Lipsi, Josh Aungst, Nathan Taylor, Ellyn Rolleston, Liz Brennan, Nicole Dillie, Stephanie Bartusis, Robert Evans, Amber Hyppolite, Kevin Bendis, Christopher Schaeffer, Shane Kowalski Apr 2009

The Lantern Vol. 76, No. 2, Spring 2009, Chelsea Catalanotto, Robert Whitehead, Callie Ingram, Paul Rossman, Katherine Murphy, Maire Moriarty, Pete Lipsi, Josh Aungst, Nathan Taylor, Ellyn Rolleston, Liz Brennan, Nicole Dillie, Stephanie Bartusis, Robert Evans, Amber Hyppolite, Kevin Bendis, Christopher Schaeffer, Shane Kowalski

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Coffee and Morning
• Charlie Brown Testifies at the Trial of Westley Allan Dodd, Convicted Child Killer
• In a Women's Bathroom
• The Naming
• An Urban Nightmare
• In the Yellow Kitchen
• City Streets
• Engineering
• Walter Bixby Walks Through Hunsberger Woods
• Sing a Happy Tune
• Apology
• Will You Wear a Helmet?!
• Molly Can't Answer the Phone
• Marked Man
• He's Under a Lot of Pressure
• Ne Me Quitte Pas
• Last Night
• All of Our Second Hand Books are Lightly Worn


Santa Clara Review, Vol. 96, No. 2, Santa Clara University Apr 2009

Santa Clara Review, Vol. 96, No. 2, Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Review

No abstract provided.


Zephyr: The Tenth Issue, Zephyr Faculty Advisor, Angelena Pepe, Ian Guite, April Mroz, Brittany Campbell, Brianna Pierce, Jackie Proulx, Cassandra Britton, Elisabeth Ziemba, Alyssa Yeager, Chelsea Mott, Sarah Tuttle Apr 2009

Zephyr: The Tenth Issue, Zephyr Faculty Advisor, Angelena Pepe, Ian Guite, April Mroz, Brittany Campbell, Brianna Pierce, Jackie Proulx, Cassandra Britton, Elisabeth Ziemba, Alyssa Yeager, Chelsea Mott, Sarah Tuttle

Zephyr

This is the tenth 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.


Map Of The Folded World, John Gallaher Apr 2009

Map Of The Folded World, John Gallaher

The University of Akron Press Publications

Map of the Folded World, John Gallaher's third full-length collection, examines the eros and desperation of suburban America with the precision of a cartographer's eye. But as its title suggests, it does so according to the polar opposite of convention. More concerned with subtext than narrative, often childlike in tone and propelled by the logic of innocence, Gallaher's poems don't shy away from a bottom-line sensibility: “If you can just run fast enough,” one poem offers, “no one will ever die. // Do you remember that? / And are you better now?” This is a book filled with ...


Pathos, Spring 2009, Portland State University. Student Publications Board Apr 2009

Pathos, Spring 2009, Portland State University. Student Publications Board

Pathos

Editor: Nataliya Pirumova

Issue 9


Kate 2009 Spring, Brianna Mcpherson, Courtney Stein, Derrica Brown, Christine Horvath, Clair Augustine, Laura Wetzel, Rachel Ward, Kristina Kirkland, Breanna Watzka Apr 2009

Kate 2009 Spring, Brianna Mcpherson, Courtney Stein, Derrica Brown, Christine Horvath, Clair Augustine, Laura Wetzel, Rachel Ward, Kristina Kirkland, Breanna Watzka

Kate

No abstract provided.


2009 Spring Quiz And Quill Magazine, Otterbein University Apr 2009

2009 Spring Quiz And Quill Magazine, Otterbein University

Quiz and Quill

No abstract provided.