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Oxidation, Rob Keim Sep 2019

Oxidation, Rob Keim

CLAMANTIS: The MALS Journal

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Review Of Fly Already, Michael F. Russo Etc. Sep 2019

Review Of Fly Already, Michael F. Russo Etc.

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Rukmini, Satya Kandala Aug 2019

Rukmini, Satya Kandala

CLAMANTIS: The MALS Journal

No abstract provided.


Gini, Andrea O'Connor Aug 2019

Gini, Andrea O'Connor

CLAMANTIS: The MALS Journal

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Answer Me, Edward Ting Aug 2019

Answer Me, Edward Ting

CLAMANTIS: The MALS Journal

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Review Of I Heart Oklahoma, Michael F. Russo Etc. Aug 2019

Review Of I Heart Oklahoma, Michael F. Russo Etc.

Faculty Publications

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Bryan Thao Worra, Pauline De Leon Jul 2019

Bryan Thao Worra, Pauline De Leon

Asian American Art Oral History Project

Artist Bio: An award-winning Laotian American writer, I work actively to support Laotian, Hmong and Southeast Asian American artists. I am recognized by the Loft Literary Center, the Minnesota State Arts Board and the National Endowment for the Arts. I also served as a consulting contractor with the Minnesota History Center, the Council on Asian Pacific Minnesotans and the Minnesota Humanities Commission. I am an active professional member of the Horror Writer Association and president of the Science Fiction Poetry Association.


Review Of Song For The Unraveling Of The World, Michael F. Russo Etc. Jun 2019

Review Of Song For The Unraveling Of The World, Michael F. Russo Etc.

Faculty Publications

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The Stars In The Tunnel, Marianna Cava May 2019

The Stars In The Tunnel, Marianna Cava

Honors Projects and Presentations: Undergraduate

I am at college five hours from my family, even though my little sister has a cancer the doctors tell us that, barring a miracle, will kill her within two years. Classes started for both of us this week. My mom would have put on gloves this morning to give her chemo pills that are too dangerous for skin before she got on her yellow bus. I’m working on getting into a routine so I take my meds on time too, but it’s been a stressful few days. Today, the A/C started leaking all over my bed ...


Marta's Ghost, Cara Triebold May 2019

Marta's Ghost, Cara Triebold

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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The Myth Belongs To Me, Ariel Delgado Dixon May 2019

The Myth Belongs To Me, Ariel Delgado Dixon

Boise State University Theses and Dissertations

"The Myth Belongs to Me" is a novel in progress. This contemporary story follows an unnamed female protagonist engaged in a romantic grift with the woman who now occupies her childhood home. Meanwhile, our narrator's deranged sister has resurfaced, exhuming past traumas and family secrets that cross time, place, and generations. Told in the first person, "The Myth Belongs to Me" traverses pop culture, gentrification, and biracial and queer identity--all the while considering the ways in which history repeats itself.


Satori 2019, Winona State University May 2019

Satori 2019, Winona State University

Satori Literary Magazine

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Review Of The History Of Living Forever, Michael F. Russo Etc. May 2019

Review Of The History Of Living Forever, Michael F. Russo Etc.

Faculty Publications

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This To Which We've Come., Holly Tabor May 2019

This To Which We've Come., Holly Tabor

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This collection of works explores the linkages between moments, the connective thread that accumulates over time to create for each of us a unique present. The title, “This to Which We’ve Come,” attempts to convey that each moment is a point of arrival colored by the smallest of temporal fibers, our most interior histories that stretch and bend and fold back onto themselves when the present forces us into action, or inaction. Through these characters and their stories, I attempt to examine that moment of arrival. A secondary thread explored in this collection is the idea that humans are ...


When The Party's Over, Sophie Harris Apr 2019

When The Party's Over, Sophie Harris

The Echo

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Maybe It's Better That Way, Ren Zimmerman Apr 2019

Maybe It's Better That Way, Ren Zimmerman

The Echo

No abstract provided.


The Lampshade, Evan Myers Apr 2019

The Lampshade, Evan Myers

The Echo

No abstract provided.


Blush, Gabby Villagran Apr 2019

Blush, Gabby Villagran

The Echo

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Lipstick, Gabby Villagran Apr 2019

Lipstick, Gabby Villagran

The Echo

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Front Porch Dolor, Sarah Miller Apr 2019

Front Porch Dolor, Sarah Miller

The Echo

No abstract provided.


Tree Terrain, Caroline Bass Apr 2019

Tree Terrain, Caroline Bass

The Echo

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In This World There Are Many Living Things And Lots Of Dead Things Too, Paul Bryant Apr 2019

In This World There Are Many Living Things And Lots Of Dead Things Too, Paul Bryant

The Echo

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Trash Bucket, Mary Shelley Reid Apr 2019

Trash Bucket, Mary Shelley Reid

The Echo

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Out Fishing, Sarah Miller Apr 2019

Out Fishing, Sarah Miller

The Echo

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Summer On The Mountain, Sarah Murdaugh Apr 2019

Summer On The Mountain, Sarah Murdaugh

The Echo

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The Audacity, Isabella Quiros Apr 2019

The Audacity, Isabella Quiros

The Echo

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Ant And Ant Support, Jordan Winiski Apr 2019

Ant And Ant Support, Jordan Winiski

The Echo

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Sunny Acres, Sarah Miller Apr 2019

Sunny Acres, Sarah Miller

The Echo

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Helio, Catherine Sigman Apr 2019

Helio, Catherine Sigman

The Echo

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The Ballad Of Dean Corll, Gerrard Hanly Apr 2019

The Ballad Of Dean Corll, Gerrard Hanly

The Echo

No abstract provided.