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Akron Poetry Catalog And Reader September 2019, University Of Akron Press Oct 2019

Akron Poetry Catalog And Reader September 2019, University Of Akron Press

The University of Akron Press Publications

In our mobile-sized poetry catalog and reader, you can read poems from new books by Oliver de la Paz, Joshua Harmon, Brittany Cavallaro, Krystal Languell, Tyler Mills, Caryl Pagel, Emily Rosko, Emilia Phillips, Aimée Baker, Anne Barngrover, Matthew Guenette, Leslie Harrison, Sandra Simonds, Philip Metres, and Jennifer Moore.


Satori 2019, Winona State University May 2019

Satori 2019, Winona State University

Satori Literary Magazine

No abstract provided.


The Lantern, 2018-2019, Madison Rodak, Griffin Banks, Kieran Demelfi, Tommy Armstrong, Isaiah Braugher, Sophia Dibattista, Courtney A. Duchene, Samuel Ernst, Sarah Howell, Michael Kibblehouse, Daniel Walker, Robert Wilf, Kiley Addis, Kim Corona, A. J. Cutrufello, Taahira Davis, Sarah Defelice, Matt Dwyer, Sydney Gonzalez, Rachel Haas-Gutin, Jenifer Joseph, Kevin Leon, Amy Litofsky, Janice Partee, Thea Pastras, Maddie Ressler, Julia Stern, Ren Toscano, Liam Worcheck, Clara Baker, Anastasia Dziekan, Valerie Eichler, Lola Holcomb, Alexa Beacham, Emily Counts, Millie Drury, Sophie Gioffre, Melanie E. Lee, Lilly Mcqueen, Robert Varney, Taylor Wilson, Kristen Cooney Apr 2019

The Lantern, 2018-2019, Madison Rodak, Griffin Banks, Kieran Demelfi, Tommy Armstrong, Isaiah Braugher, Sophia Dibattista, Courtney A. Duchene, Samuel Ernst, Sarah Howell, Michael Kibblehouse, Daniel Walker, Robert Wilf, Kiley Addis, Kim Corona, A. J. Cutrufello, Taahira Davis, Sarah Defelice, Matt Dwyer, Sydney Gonzalez, Rachel Haas-Gutin, Jenifer Joseph, Kevin Leon, Amy Litofsky, Janice Partee, Thea Pastras, Maddie Ressler, Julia Stern, Ren Toscano, Liam Worcheck, Clara Baker, Anastasia Dziekan, Valerie Eichler, Lola Holcomb, Alexa Beacham, Emily Counts, Millie Drury, Sophie Gioffre, Melanie E. Lee, Lilly Mcqueen, Robert Varney, Taylor Wilson, Kristen Cooney

The Lantern Literary Magazines

The Treasure Buried in Ponce de Leon's Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park • High Cards on the Low River • Sestina of a Vagina left in the microwave too long • Keeps on Tripping • The Auction • Nuclear Meltdown on Seedship C5B.6 • Cock Fight • An Interview with God • Minimum Wage • Star-Crossed Lovers • Romeo Echo Alpha • PM Entertainment, or Action Beats • The Gospel of Aggregates • Hel Hath no Fury • Crossing the Line • Mango de la hora • Stress Judgment • Perception (Part 2) • Rain Falling Up • Church: the Italian Market • Landscape with the Fall of Hillary • Forced to Ponder • Morally Upright • Adulthood • Migration in Tandem ...


Saga Vol. 82 / 2018-2019, Melissa Conway, Stephanie Tillman Apr 2019

Saga Vol. 82 / 2018-2019, Melissa Conway, Stephanie Tillman

SAGA Art & Literary Magazine

No abstract provided.


The Molloy Student Literary Magazine Volume 16, Damian Hey Ph.D., Meghan Bevan, Kathryn O'Brien, Kelly Farragher, Erica Brienza, Natalie Pecoraro, Kristina Scheid, Mary Corbett, James Branker Apr 2019

The Molloy Student Literary Magazine Volume 16, Damian Hey Ph.D., Meghan Bevan, Kathryn O'Brien, Kelly Farragher, Erica Brienza, Natalie Pecoraro, Kristina Scheid, Mary Corbett, James Branker

The Molloy Student Literary Magazine

The Molloy Student Literary Magazine, sponsored by Molloy College’s Office of Student Affairs, is devoted to publishing the best previously unpublished works of prose, poetry, drama, literary review, criticism, and other literary genres, that the Molloy student community has to offer. The journal welcomes submissions, for possible publication, from currently enrolled Molloy students at all levels. All submitted work will undergo a review process initiated by the Managing Editor prior to a decision being made regarding publication of said work. Given sufficient content, The Molloy Student Literary Magazine is published twice annually in Spring and Fall.


2019 Spring Quiz & Quill Magazine, Otterbein University Apr 2019

2019 Spring Quiz & Quill Magazine, Otterbein University

Quiz and Quill

No abstract provided.


Series Iii. Folder 6. Poems, N.D., Melville Homer Cummings Feb 2019

Series Iii. Folder 6. Poems, N.D., Melville Homer Cummings

The M. Homer Cummings Papers

This folder contains approximately 15 poems and 2 letters: a letter to a parishioner praising her singing voice, and one to Cummings thanking him for making regular payments on his account with the Benson Printing Co., located in Nashville, Tennessee.


Series Iii. Folder 5. Poems, N.D., Melville Homer Cummings Feb 2019

Series Iii. Folder 5. Poems, N.D., Melville Homer Cummings

The M. Homer Cummings Papers

This folder contains typescripts and manuscripts of approximately 10 poems. Some of them show Cummings’ political side, criticizing what he saw as the shortcomings of the GOP and warning that “If you vote for Ike you’ll cut your throat.”


Series Iii. Folder 4. Poems, N.D., Melville Homer Cummings Feb 2019

Series Iii. Folder 4. Poems, N.D., Melville Homer Cummings

The M. Homer Cummings Papers

This folder contains typescripts and manuscripts of approximately 15 poems. Topics include the dangers of cynicism, the fleeting nature of wealth, and Cummings’ reflections on his long pastoral career.


Inscape 2019, Morehead State University. Jan 2019

Inscape 2019, Morehead State University.

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The 2019 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


A Dip Of The Quill, Sadie Louise Miller Jan 2019

A Dip Of The Quill, Sadie Louise Miller

Taylor University Books

No abstract provided.


Commonthought (2018), Commonthought Staff Dec 2018

Commonthought (2018), 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.


The Howl - Fall 2018, Kristyna Karbanova, Jerusa Cadorin Rovai, Eun Jin Jung, Hyun Jin Cho, Daner Xu, Reo Taniguchi, Saori Ishio, Momoka Ando, Gloria Kang, Yu Koide, Taki Migdady, Apple Tsai, Hide Iwata Oct 2018

The Howl - Fall 2018, Kristyna Karbanova, Jerusa Cadorin Rovai, Eun Jin Jung, Hyun Jin Cho, Daner Xu, Reo Taniguchi, Saori Ishio, Momoka Ando, Gloria Kang, Yu Koide, Taki Migdady, Apple Tsai, Hide Iwata

The Howl

The Howl is a magazine that is planned, researched, written, photographed and designed by Otterbein University’s ESL and international students. The magazine serves to give them a safe space in which to use their voice to share their cultures, experiences and lives. If you are interested in submitting to the Howl, please e-mail your writing or photography to gderosa@otterbein.edu. Enjoy Otterbein ESL’s contribution to the Otterbein community’s literary scene.


I Spy With My Little Eye: Anthology Of Student Works 2018, Erin Barnett, Terry Ford, Landry Brewer, April Miller, Sherron Manning Oct 2018

I Spy With My Little Eye: Anthology Of Student Works 2018, Erin Barnett, Terry Ford, Landry Brewer, April Miller, Sherron Manning

Sayre Writing Workshop Anthology

Publication designed by Erin Barnett, SWOSU student, in conjunction with the 8th Annual Literary Festival, entitled "I Spy," held on the Sayre campus of Southwestern Oklahoma State University, 409 E. Mississippi, Sayre, Oklahoma. Produced/Edited by SWOSU instructors Terry Ford, Landry Brewer, and Assistant Professor/Librarian April Miller, under the direction of Sherron Manning, Dean of the College of Associate and Applied Programs. This publication contains the works of SWOSU-Sayre students in the fall of 2017 and the spring, summer and fall of 2018.


Julia Randall Papers, Beth S. Harris, Megan Stolz Sep 2018

Julia Randall Papers, Beth S. Harris, Megan Stolz

Finding Aids: Guides to the Collections

This collection has manuscripts, teaching papers, and correspondence of poet Julia Randall. The correspondence include letters to or from colleagues, alumnae, and friends.


The Lessons Of Charity Lamb, Melia Hannigan-Luther Aug 2018

The Lessons Of Charity Lamb, Melia Hannigan-Luther

The Case of Charity Lamb (2018)

This poem inspired by the case of Charity Lamb is stylistically based on Jamaica Kincaid’s poem “Girl.”


Saga Vol. 81 / 2017-2018, Alina Lundholm, Michele Hill, Melissa Conway Apr 2018

Saga Vol. 81 / 2017-2018, Alina Lundholm, Michele Hill, Melissa Conway

SAGA Art & Literary Magazine

No abstract provided.


Letters From The Other Woman, Monica Prince Apr 2018

Letters From The Other Woman, Monica Prince

Faculty Publication Gallery

No abstract provided.


The Vandal, Thomas Harris '18 Apr 2018

The Vandal, Thomas Harris '18

Distinguished Student Work

Underlining over ten allegories and many extended metaphors, “The Vandal,” Harris’ first self-published book, is a poetry epic about the ambiguous and emotional deposits of his own “Mary Sue,” who delves straight into one of the most versatile and unconventional exhibitions of melodrama and manipulation in the modern literary catalogue.

Harris does not hold back, making dramatic remarks as well as ensuring an alter-ego at hand through the abstract photography of his face that fills most pages. His repertoire also includes his other concept art and works from fellow artists around the world.

On the very surface, Harris writes about ...


The Lantern, 2017-2018, Solana Warner, Chiara Demelfi, Emily Shue, Matt Dwyer, Clara Baker, Jason Bennett, Brandon Carey, Kim Corona, Millie Drury, Courtney A. Duchene, Samuel Ernst, Giselle Horrell, Sarah Howell, Nicole Kosar, Malcolm Loh, Morgan Mcafee, Johnathan Myers, Ren Toscano, Daniel Walker, Robin Gow, Albert Hahn, Rae Hodenfield, Paige Szmodis, Madison Bradley, Teddi Caputo '18, Faith Carson, Taahira Davis, Chiara Demelfi, Mya D. Flood, Sophia Driscoll Gamber, Jada A. Grice, Kevin Leon, Joseph Makuc, Valerie Osborne, Janice Partee, Megan Sear, Kara E. Travis, Julian Barocas, Sarah Defelice, Olivia Glover, Mario J. Heitman, Robert Varney Apr 2018

The Lantern, 2017-2018, Solana Warner, Chiara Demelfi, Emily Shue, Matt Dwyer, Clara Baker, Jason Bennett, Brandon Carey, Kim Corona, Millie Drury, Courtney A. Duchene, Samuel Ernst, Giselle Horrell, Sarah Howell, Nicole Kosar, Malcolm Loh, Morgan Mcafee, Johnathan Myers, Ren Toscano, Daniel Walker, Robin Gow, Albert Hahn, Rae Hodenfield, Paige Szmodis, Madison Bradley, Teddi Caputo '18, Faith Carson, Taahira Davis, Chiara Demelfi, Mya D. Flood, Sophia Driscoll Gamber, Jada A. Grice, Kevin Leon, Joseph Makuc, Valerie Osborne, Janice Partee, Megan Sear, Kara E. Travis, Julian Barocas, Sarah Defelice, Olivia Glover, Mario J. Heitman, Robert Varney

The Lantern Literary Magazines

On Dissociation • Untouchable • After "Rocket Man" • The Science Fair • Cardinal Rule at Stephen J. Memorial • Quentin & Sylvie • Cabello • The Get Out • Painting Day • Black, White and Grey • Family Pruning • How to Remove a Stain • Becoming Ourselves • Wonderbread U • Overture • Pescadero • Gross • Stage Fright • Lucky Daddy • Sarah • Rumble • Silvermine • The Green Iguana • A Poem for Ghost Children • A Poem for Lost Boys • Mother • Drop of Grease • Don't Wanna be White • I • Amelia Earhart Disappeared Into My Vagina: An Ode to Cunts, Menstrual Cups and All Things Woman • Suburban Summer • Nightmares and Dreams Induced by My Mother • Teacups, Skins, etc. • Three ...


Santa Clara Review, Vol. 105, No. 2, Santa Clara University Apr 2018

Santa Clara Review, Vol. 105, No. 2, Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Review

No abstract provided.


2018 Spring Quiz & Quill Magazine, Otterbein University Apr 2018

2018 Spring Quiz & Quill Magazine, Otterbein University

Quiz and Quill

No abstract provided.


Inscape 2018, Morehead State University. Jan 2018

Inscape 2018, Morehead State University.

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The 2018 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


Santa Clara Review, Vol. 105, No. 1, Santa Clara University Jan 2018

Santa Clara Review, Vol. 105, No. 1, Santa Clara University

Santa Clara Review

No abstract provided.


Song Of Six Rivers, Zev Levinson Jan 2018

Song Of Six Rivers, Zev Levinson

Fiction and Poetry

Song of Six Rivers relates one man’s life-changing experiences throughout the Humboldt Bay region of northern California, depicting the area’s geography and history along the way, through both poetry and archival photography. When the muse of this epic poem, Guy Kuttner, died unexpectedly, Zev Levinson heard his voice imploring him to sing of the land they both love. As a roving teacher, Zev had come to know the Six Rivers terrain and communities intimately. He put his pen to the task of meeting Guy’s daunting challenge, confronting mortality and loss as he ventured to understand our connection ...


Lawless (Gary) Papers, 1970-2010, Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University Of Maine Jan 2018

Lawless (Gary) Papers, 1970-2010, Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University Of Maine

Finding Aids

Gary Lawless is a poet, bookstore owner, book editor, and publisher, born in Belfast and living now in Nobleboro, Maine. He is an associate professor of literature at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, where he teaches courses in creative writing and environmental literature.

This collection features many publications by Gary Lawless, including works with other poets. These include small poetry booklets, manuscripts, drafts, and entire books. There are newspaper clippings on Lawless's poetry, activism, The collection also includes event flyers and some correspondence between Lawless and other poets.


Commonthought (2017), Commonthought Staff Oct 2017

Commonthought (2017), 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.


The Howl - Fall 2017, Gwendolyn Derosa, Aileen Lee, Ellen Tian, Dehao Gu, Yujin Kim, Tomoyo Yoshida, Chen Wang, Miki Kimura, Kana Nonoyama, Eun-Jin Jung, Shizuku Shibata Oct 2017

The Howl - Fall 2017, Gwendolyn Derosa, Aileen Lee, Ellen Tian, Dehao Gu, Yujin Kim, Tomoyo Yoshida, Chen Wang, Miki Kimura, Kana Nonoyama, Eun-Jin Jung, Shizuku Shibata

The Howl

The Howl is a magazine that is planned, researched, written, photographed and designed by Otterbein University's ESL and international students. The magazine serves to give them a safe space in which to use their voice to share their cultures, experiences and lives. If you are interested in submitting to The Howl, please email your writing or photography to gderosa@otterbein.edu.


Fingerless, Gretel Valdes Aug 2017

Fingerless, Gretel Valdes

The Case of Charity Lamb (2017)

This reflective poem about the self and being in a new area is based on the total solar eclipse (dubbed the Great American Eclipse) that occurred on August 21, 2017. It explores themes similar to those raised in discussions about the case of Charity Lamb.


Volume 3, Issue 1 (Spring 1971), Karen Hardin, Carolyn Santanella Jul 2017

Volume 3, Issue 1 (Spring 1971), Karen Hardin, Carolyn Santanella

One Little Candle

Collection of poems and short stories. A special section is dedicated to the poetic works of students from West Cleveland Junior High School. This volume was co-edited by Karen Hardin and Carolyn Santanella.