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The Lantern Vol. 63, No. 1, Fall 1995, Gaylen Gawlowski, Stacey Stauffer, Diane Van Dyke, Erec Smith, Daniel Graf, Heather Mead, Tim Mccoy, Kristen Sabol, Gene Klose, Jim Maynard, Chris Bowers, Lawrence Santucci, Christopher Deussing, Kerri Slattery, Lyndsay Petersen, Jessica Demers, Sarah Webb, Morgan Wordley, Mike Podgorski, Jason Mckee, Beth Rosenberg, Dennis Cormac Mccarthy Oct 1995

The Lantern Vol. 63, No. 1, Fall 1995, Gaylen Gawlowski, Stacey Stauffer, Diane Van Dyke, Erec Smith, Daniel Graf, Heather Mead, Tim Mccoy, Kristen Sabol, Gene Klose, Jim Maynard, Chris Bowers, Lawrence Santucci, Christopher Deussing, Kerri Slattery, Lyndsay Petersen, Jessica Demers, Sarah Webb, Morgan Wordley, Mike Podgorski, Jason Mckee, Beth Rosenberg, Dennis Cormac Mccarthy

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• The Birthday Celebration
• Surprise! Surprise!
• Oregold
• Future of Parenthood #2
• Seeds
• How I Spent My Summer Vacation
• Random Scenes From 1/2 Hour at Work
• Life in the Coal Mines
• Driveway
• Midnight in the Court of Kings
• The Black Quadrilateral
• People I Hate to See, But Refuse to Dismiss
• Metropolized
• Poetry in Motion
• Dream #3
• Rhythms
• Mercykilling
• Untitled
• Lupine Lord
• At the Bottom of the Cup
• House of Commons
• Poetry I Can't Stand


The Lantern Vol. 62, No. 2, Summer 1995, Jim Maynard, Jason Colflesh, Christopher Deussing, Gene Klose, Michael Donohue, Amy Melton, Jo Anne Sickeri, Alicia Lehr, Sonny Regelman, Brian Suth, Joanna Doris, Morgan Wordley, Laura Bell, Francis Pettolina, Cerise Bennett, Beth Rosenberg, Heather Mead, Doug Plitt, Christopher Wirtalla, Sarah Webb, Kristen Sabol, Kristen Miskar, Erec Smith, Erin Gorman, John Barbour, Scott Vida Jul 1995

The Lantern Vol. 62, No. 2, Summer 1995, Jim Maynard, Jason Colflesh, Christopher Deussing, Gene Klose, Michael Donohue, Amy Melton, Jo Anne Sickeri, Alicia Lehr, Sonny Regelman, Brian Suth, Joanna Doris, Morgan Wordley, Laura Bell, Francis Pettolina, Cerise Bennett, Beth Rosenberg, Heather Mead, Doug Plitt, Christopher Wirtalla, Sarah Webb, Kristen Sabol, Kristen Miskar, Erec Smith, Erin Gorman, John Barbour, Scott Vida

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• In the Season of Grief
• Subtleties
• Crazehaze
• Blacksmith
• I Feel Your Weight
• L'Amour Manque
• Sense of You
• Greed
• Gender (Rolled)
• Soliloquy of a Punter
• Nightmares
• God is a Frisbee
• Cleansing
• Flat
• Chemistry of Mind
• Louderback
• Ritual
• Rebuilding Mother
• Scott Lomba
• The Acting Bug
• Untitled
• The Seek
• Gluttony
• Great South Bay
• Archangel
• Suburban Zeus
• Vespers
• At Change of A-Dress
• The Hierarchy of Coolness
• The Apology
• I Know it is Evening There
• Pride


Tygr 1995, Sue Williams, Shelli Fletcher May 1995

Tygr 1995, Sue Williams, Shelli Fletcher

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

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

The Tyger -- William Blake [Historical Muse]

Cover -- Yewon Kim


Commonthought Vol.6 (1995), Commonthought Staff Apr 1995

Commonthought Vol.6 (1995), 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.


1995 Spring Quiz And Quill Magazine, Otterbein University Apr 1995

1995 Spring Quiz And Quill Magazine, Otterbein University

Quiz and Quill

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Fleda Brown Jackson: 03-01-1995, Fleda Brown Jackson, Stan Sanvel Rubin Mar 1995

Fleda Brown Jackson: 03-01-1995, Fleda Brown Jackson, Stan Sanvel Rubin

Writers Forum Videos

Fleda Brown Jackson earned her PhD in American Literature at the University of Arkansas and is known for her poetry collections Fishing with Blood and Do Not Peel the Birches. She begins the interview by reading two poems from Do Not Peel the Birches, “Night Swimming” and “Learning to Dance.” The interview continues with a conversation about water as a central theme in her poetry. Jackson goes on to discuss memories and their importance in her writing, and reads her poem “Piano.” She talks about the evolution of her writing as well as how her first poetry collection, Fishing with ...


Emily Dickinson: The Concept Of Catharsis, Jennifer Wolfley Jan 1995

Emily Dickinson: The Concept Of Catharsis, Jennifer Wolfley

English Master’s Theses

Emily Dickinson remains recognized as one of greatest poets of the American literature canon. The majority of her work, while often considered dark and abstract, was unread by anyone else in her lifetime. Why then would she choose to create such a large volume of troubled writing in secret? This thesis project explores this question using a psychological lens, and examines the work for any possible therapeutic effects it may have had on Dickinson. The project further suggests that Dickinson suffered from clinical depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and extreme personality disorders. (The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM) II is used throughout ...