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Mirai (未来) Future, Laura E. Baugh May 2020

Mirai (未来) Future, Laura E. Baugh

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

No abstract provided.


Trista, Andrew Charles Perabeau May 2020

Trista, Andrew Charles Perabeau

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

No abstract provided.


A Love Poem, Joshua Bumgardner May 2020

A Love Poem, Joshua Bumgardner

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

No abstract provided.


Entire Issue, Kyra E. Blair, Rachel Sedgwick May 2020

Entire Issue, Kyra E. Blair, Rachel Sedgwick

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

No abstract provided.


The Lump In Her Breast, Michayla Ashley May 2020

The Lump In Her Breast, Michayla Ashley

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Michayla Ashley is a rising senior at the University of Arkansas, majoring in English (Creative Writing). She is pleased to say The Diamond Line Literary Magazine will be the first of many publications.


The Dogwood, Alyssa Tidwell May 2020

The Dogwood, Alyssa Tidwell

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Alyssa Tidwell is a native of Northwest Arkansas, where she is currently a Junior in pursuit of an undergraduate degree to teach English and French. She believes writing and reading are tools of empathy, designed to help us detach from self-oriented routine and fit into someone else’s “coat”.


Coffee Break, Reeya Gandhi May 2020

Coffee Break, Reeya Gandhi

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Reeya Gandhi is a freshman at the University of Arkansas double majoring in social work and English (Creative Writing).


Girls, Heather Drouse May 2020

Girls, Heather Drouse

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Heather Drouse is a freshman studying English (Creative Writing) with the hopes that she will be able to find work in editing- or teaching-related coourses in the future. Most of her work consists of free-form poetry based on urban legends she heard growing up in farm-town Michigan, as well as her personal experience with exploring the natural world.


"If You Can't Join 'Em, Beat 'Em!" And "My Eyes Are Up Here!", Emily Shaddox May 2020

"If You Can't Join 'Em, Beat 'Em!" And "My Eyes Are Up Here!", Emily Shaddox

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Emily Shaddox is a junior BFA studio art student with a concentration in photography. This work circulates itself around the idea of her experience as a young woman in the modern, vain world—striking consideration about the competitiveness expected between females today.


Fatal Floral, Bia Edwards May 2020

Fatal Floral, Bia Edwards

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Bia Edwards is a sophomore and English (Creative Writing) major.


Primordial Goop, Gabrielle Vatthanatham May 2020

Primordial Goop, Gabrielle Vatthanatham

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Gabrielle Vatthanatham is a third year University of Arkansas Honors College Fellow majoring in English and French. As a memeber of the UARK English Department’s Diversity and Inlcusion Committee, she celebrates the production and transmission of literature from all people. She is Cancer, an INFP, and an overall goober.


The Disco Garden, Katy Wright May 2020

The Disco Garden, Katy Wright

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Katy Wright is from Benton, Arkansas and is a sophomore at the University of Arkansas and a graphic design major.


Poem For Ann, Elizabeth Muscari May 2020

Poem For Ann, Elizabeth Muscari

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

FELIX CHRISTOPHER MCKEEN POETRY CONTEST WINNER Elizabeth Muscari is a senior English (Creative Writing) major from Dallas, TX. Beginning Fall 2020, she will attend the University of Arkansas’ Master of Fine Arts Program in Creative Writing and Translation


Chantix, Sara Schellenberg May 2020

Chantix, Sara Schellenberg

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Sara Schellenberg is a senior from St. Louis majoring in studio art and English.


Window Drawing I, Justice Henderson May 2020

Window Drawing I, Justice Henderson

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Justice Henderson is a senior at the University of Aranksas recieving a BFA in painting, a BA in journalism and a minor in art history. Engaging with the abstraction of perception, Henderson uses painting and drawing techniques to investigate the concept of ephemerality and reconfigures shapes and colors to create a visual experience based on the illusion of three-dimensional space. Henderson lives on her homewtown of Morrilton, AR, where she continues to create paintings, drawings and installations.


From The Mist, Rashi Ghosh May 2020

From The Mist, Rashi Ghosh

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Rashi is a senior majoring in computer science, with a minor in mathematics. She enjoys ink drawing, pencil sketching, and watercolors in her free time.


Edited: A Poem About (Love) Changing Seasons, Zach Turner May 2020

Edited: A Poem About (Love) Changing Seasons, Zach Turner

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Zach is a fifth year senior majoring in English, History and Creative Writing and minoring in Spanish, Medieval and Renaissance Studies, and Gender Studies. After graduation in May he will be applying to MFA programs for Poetry or Fiction. In an ideal world, he would spend every day traveling, telling stories, and making art and hopes that he can base his future life around that ideal.


A Song For My Brother, Morgan Walker May 2020

A Song For My Brother, Morgan Walker

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Morgan Walker is a senior from Prarie Grove, Arkansas and is a English (Creative Writing) major. Currently, Morgan is working on a collection of poetry for her honors thesis.


Trees And Moon, Jonelle Lipscomb May 2020

Trees And Moon, Jonelle Lipscomb

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Jonelle is a former teacher of drama and filmmaking at Fayetteville High School. Since her retirement, she has pursued her creative interests in photography and writing by enrolling as an undergraduate at the U of A with an undeclared major.


It Could've Been Me, Claire Riddell May 2020

It Could've Been Me, Claire Riddell

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Adopted from Guatamala, Claire Riddell grew up in Kansas City, Missouri. She is currently a junior with a double major in psychology and English (Creative Writing).


Allon-Bacuth, Michayla Ashley May 2020

Allon-Bacuth, Michayla Ashley

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Michayla Ashley is a rising senior at the University of Arkansas, majoring in English (Creative Writing). She is pleased to say The Diamond Line Literary Magazine will be the first of many publications.


Cupcake Smash, Katy Wright May 2020

Cupcake Smash, Katy Wright

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Katy Wright is from Benton, Arkansas and is a sophomore at the University of Arkansas and a graphic design major.


The Gamble And Jump Rope, Halie Brown May 2020

The Gamble And Jump Rope, Halie Brown

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Halie Brown is a University of Arkansas senior, majoring in Editoral/News Journalism. She was the lifestyle and news editor for The Arkansas Traveler and is the current Hill Magazine assistant editor. She spends much of her free time removing Oxford commas and has been told she is best known for her Twitter lists.


The Wife Of Sisyphus, Chance O'Neal May 2020

The Wife Of Sisyphus, Chance O'Neal

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Chance O’Neal is a second-semester sophomore majoring in English (Creative Writing) at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. After coming from a split household, he completed high school at Subiaco Academy, an all-boys Catholic boarding school in Paris, Arkansas. These experiences have given him a unique perspective on literature and his developing style.


Permeable Figure, Justice Henderson May 2020

Permeable Figure, Justice Henderson

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Justice Henderson is a senior at the University of Aranksas recieving a BFA in painting, a BA in journalism and a minor in art history. Engaging with the abstraction of perception, Henderson uses painting and drawing techniques to investigate the concept of ephemerality and reconfigures shapes and colors to create a visual experience based on the illusion of three-dimensional space. Henderson lives on her homewtown of Morrilton, AR, where she continues to create paintings, drawings and installations.


Saigon Syndrome, Gabrielle Vatthanatham May 2020

Saigon Syndrome, Gabrielle Vatthanatham

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Gabrielle Vatthanatham is a third year University of Arkansas Honors College Fellow majoring in English and French. As a memeber of the UARK English Department’s Diversity and Inlcusion Committee, she celebrates the production and transmission of literature from all people. She is Cancer, an INFP, and an overall goober.


You Say You Love The Streets Of Copenhagen, Kate Duby May 2020

You Say You Love The Streets Of Copenhagen, Kate Duby

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Kate Duby is a junior majoring in Editorial/News Journalism and minoring in English.She hopes to one day write for a daily publication in a big city, but her biggest dream is to publish an anthology of her own poetry and essays.


To Be Still, Sophia Crozier May 2020

To Be Still, Sophia Crozier

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Sophia is a junior English Education major at the University of Arkansas, who loves capturing moments on camera in the midst of adventure and discovery. “Hangzhou” was taken in China, and “To Be Still” was inspired by peaceful moments captured at a popular Fayetteville hiking destination,


February 3rd, Anna Beth Lane May 2020

February 3rd, Anna Beth Lane

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Anna Beth Lane is a senior English (Creative Writing) major and anthropology minor. She enjoys writing poems and nonfiction essays.


Letter From The Editors, Diamond Line Editors May 2020

Letter From The Editors, Diamond Line Editors

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

No abstract provided.