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Bao Phi Interview, Elyse Warnecke Jun 2019

Bao Phi Interview, Elyse Warnecke

Asian American Art Oral History Project

BIO: Bao Phi is a Vietnamese American spoken and written word artist. Coming from a family of refugees from Vietnam, his escapism and life values he has found in literature have allowed for many great accomplishments, such as poetry championships, several books of poetry collections, and most recently, children’s books. He uses his life stories and lessons, as well as current events to guide his audience, as well as his daughter and younger generations, through a rather difficult world. His most recent project has been publishing a children’s book illustrated by Thi Bui.


Anthropocene Blues By John Lane, Jessica S. Cory Jun 2019

Anthropocene Blues By John Lane, Jessica S. Cory

The Goose

Review of John Lane's Anthropocene Blues


Hawk On Wire: Ecopoems By Scott T. Starbuck, Vivian M. Hansen Jun 2019

Hawk On Wire: Ecopoems By Scott T. Starbuck, Vivian M. Hansen

The Goose

Review of Scott T. Starbuck’s Hawk on Wire: Ecopoems


Shale Play: Poems And Photographs From The Fracking Fields By Julia Spicher Kasdorf And Steven Rubin, Kelly Shepherd Jun 2019

Shale Play: Poems And Photographs From The Fracking Fields By Julia Spicher Kasdorf And Steven Rubin, Kelly Shepherd

The Goose

Review of Julia Spicher Kasdorf and Steven Rubin's Shale Play: Poems and Photographs from the Fracking Fields


Conservation, Laurie D. Graham Jun 2019

Conservation, Laurie D. Graham

The Goose

Poetry by Laurie D. Graham


Blockade, Rob B. Budde Jun 2019

Blockade, Rob B. Budde

The Goose

Poetry by Rob B. Budde


Giiwe, Skyler Kuczaboski May 2019

Giiwe, Skyler Kuczaboski

I2

No abstract provided.


Displaced, Charlene Browne May 2019

Displaced, Charlene Browne

I2

No abstract provided.


The Anti-Yellow Agenda, Karen Zheng May 2019

The Anti-Yellow Agenda, Karen Zheng

I2

No abstract provided.


The Caged Bird Still Sings: The Poetics Of Peace, Sofia Diane Skavdahl May 2019

The Caged Bird Still Sings: The Poetics Of Peace, Sofia Diane Skavdahl

Undergraduate Honors Theses

Although poetry has been used as a method of peacemaking since Homer’s Iliad, little research, theory, or analysis has been done evaluating precisely what role poetry holds in the realms of peacemaking and conflict resolution. Poetry, along with other arts-based practices of peacemaking, is beneficial because of its ability to encourage personal autonomy and emotional communication, while offering an open and creative space to heal from violent conflict. In terms of the arts, poetry is especially unique because it holds the ability to transform relationships between adversaries and the relationship with the self. This paper seeks to analyze both ...


These Two Days, Michael Jorgensen May 2019

These Two Days, Michael Jorgensen

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

No abstract provided.


Universe Of Things: A Human Presentation Of Food-For-Thought., Madeline Halpern May 2019

Universe Of Things: A Human Presentation Of Food-For-Thought., Madeline Halpern

Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Papers

I present this statement under three loose categories: People, Objects and their Environment. I consider People as human, Objects as art objects, domestic objects, and food, and Environment as the shared space of the former groups. Food directs this statement as I present each concept and creative process as a metaphorical dish. Material exploration carried me from a direct practice of reorienting acrylic paint and questioning object functionality through personified sculptures into theoretical thesis work in which I use interpersonal relations and the idea of consumption to translate tactile, gustatory and olfactory sensations into digital film. In this meal I ...


Satori 2019, Winona State University May 2019

Satori 2019, Winona State University

Satori Literary Magazine

No abstract provided.


Three Quarters, Michael Mckee Green May 2019

Three Quarters, Michael Mckee Green

Boise State University Theses and Dissertations

Three Quarters makes retrospection into prospection. Following its speaker from the near-present to the near-past, the text imposes a spiritual and affective pilgrimage onto nine months (three quarters of a year) of his life. Codas, pieces of parataxis, and grammatical slippages color and heighten the experiences of a young man coming to terms with himself by reliving what’s come.


Merciless: A Crude Hagiography, Lindsey Ann Klessens Appell May 2019

Merciless: A Crude Hagiography, Lindsey Ann Klessens Appell

Boise State University Theses and Dissertations

This thesis is the culmination of a project that began as an attempt to explore my relationship, as a teenager, with the Main Street of my hometown, Roundup, MT. In the process of looking through the Roundup Record-Tribune archives and revisiting adolescent memories, I began to see connective tissue between the autobiographical aspects of this documentary project and the work I had been doing in reclaiming, repurposing, and “translating” folklore and mythology in my poetry. Coming out of classes in Old English and translation theory, I had also developed an interest in experimental and creative translation of early medieval texts ...


Sunday Dinners Creative Introduction & Poem Analyses, Sophie Clark May 2019

Sunday Dinners Creative Introduction & Poem Analyses, Sophie Clark

Theses/Capstones/Creative Projects

In tandem with my Writer’s Workshop poetry thesis, in which I will work with Dr. Lisa Fay Coutley to produce an original chapbook of 25-30 poems, my Honors thesis will analyze my use of poetic devices and forms throughout my chapbook. To do so, I will write a 250-page analysis of each poem and its overall contribution to the book as a whole. In addition, I will also provide an introduction to my chapbook upon its completion, in which I will summarize my responses to detail an overview of my thematic and structural concepts.


The Day, The Pain, The Plough, Faith Thompson Apr 2019

The Day, The Pain, The Plough, Faith Thompson

Poetry MFA Theses

A collection of poetry focusing on such issues as womanhood and religion.


Hallelujah For The Cross, He Is Ever Faithful, Campbell F. Bortel Apr 2019

Hallelujah For The Cross, He Is Ever Faithful, Campbell F. Bortel

Cedarville Review

No abstract provided.


Collapse, Meghan Largent Apr 2019

Collapse, Meghan Largent

Cedarville Review

No abstract provided.


Walking Through Snowfall, Meghan Largent Apr 2019

Walking Through Snowfall, Meghan Largent

Cedarville Review

No abstract provided.


I Wish That My Grandma Would Narrate My Life, Hannah R. Fair Apr 2019

I Wish That My Grandma Would Narrate My Life, Hannah R. Fair

Cedarville Review

No abstract provided.


Women Are Built Of Homes, Chloie Benton Apr 2019

Women Are Built Of Homes, Chloie Benton

Cedarville Review

No abstract provided.


An Artist's Prayer, Brian Campbell Apr 2019

An Artist's Prayer, Brian Campbell

Cedarville Review

No abstract provided.


Cedarville Review Artist Spotlight: Miranda Dyson, Miranda Dyson Apr 2019

Cedarville Review Artist Spotlight: Miranda Dyson, Miranda Dyson

Cedarville Review

No abstract provided.


Heal, Clara Costello Apr 2019

Heal, Clara Costello

Cedarville Review

No abstract provided.


Brennan, Mary Kate (Fa 1284), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Apr 2019

Brennan, Mary Kate (Fa 1284), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

FA Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Folklife Archives Project 1284. Student interview conducted by Mary Kate Brennan with renowned Appalachian poet Jim Wayne Miller. Brennan’s focus throughout the interview is on “the cultural sensitivity and awareness that permeates Miller’s poetry.” Miller also touches on what he considers to be the central themes of his work, the struggles and triumphs of communities within the Appalachian region, and pride in cultural heritage. The collection contains a detailed index, interview summary, transcription, index cards with questions, and a reel-to-reel audio tape of the interview.


If, Clara Costello Apr 2019

If, Clara Costello

Cedarville Review

No abstract provided.


Rose Petals, Abigail Shaffer Apr 2019

Rose Petals, Abigail Shaffer

Cedarville Review

No abstract provided.


The Amygdala Era: Emotion And Experience In Memoir, Meagan Shelley Apr 2019

The Amygdala Era: Emotion And Experience In Memoir, Meagan Shelley

Senior Honors Theses

Amygdala Era is a culmination of short memoirs and brief poetry designed to express a stream of consciousness state of emotion over logic. The work utilizes base, primal parts of the mind such as happiness, sadness, and fear, and dissipates into the emotion and memory that is experienced daily. This is achieved through a focus on creative writing theory including stream of consciousness, interior monologue, and free indirect discourse. Amygdala Era synthesizes the techniques, strategies, and methodology of these three theories by examining past literary examples from world history. Analysis of the targeted market for Amygdala Era is detailed based ...


Advocating For The Use Of Poetry And Mixed Media Work In Analytic Processes, Jason D. Dehart Apr 2019

Advocating For The Use Of Poetry And Mixed Media Work In Analytic Processes, Jason D. Dehart

The Qualitative Report

As part of my analytical process of looking at data collected from a pilot study on the use of film in the classroom, I discovered that I had the space to engage in a creative analysis process. In this article, I propose that creative methods be employed when analyzing data. An arts-based approach to research (Barone & Eisner, 1997) led to two creative products for my research: Poetry, which has been used with research in the past (Cahnmann, 2003; McCullis, 2013) and mixed media. This article explores relevant literature about integrating poetry and other arts into analysis and serves to advocate for an arts-based process when trying to understand and represent study data.