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Excerpts From "Morning, Noon, And Night", Charles Hartman Oct 2003

Excerpts From "Morning, Noon, And Night", Charles Hartman

English Faculty Publications

Presents the poems "Syzygy," "Offering," and "Giving," excerpts from "Morning Noon and Night," by Charles O. Hartman.


The Boy Who Would Be God, James Plath Mar 2003

The Boy Who Would Be God, James Plath

Scholarship

The book features a collection of poetry by Illinois poets. The poem reprinted here is one two selections contributed by Plath.


Standing In The Reception Line At The Wedding Of My Ex-Wife, James Plath Mar 2003

Standing In The Reception Line At The Wedding Of My Ex-Wife, James Plath

Scholarship

The book features a collection of poetry by Illinois poets. The poem reprinted here is one two selections contributed by Plath.


Review Of "Reversible Monuments: Contemporary Mexican Poetry", Marianne Rogoff Mar 2003

Review Of "Reversible Monuments: Contemporary Mexican Poetry", Marianne Rogoff

Collected Faculty and Staff Scholarship

"From the center and edges of the vast and diverse landscape of contemporary Mexico, whose 'boundaries are largely the accidents of history,' the poets in Reversible Monuments ponder the limits of consciousness and search for meaning(s)."


Et Cetera, Marshall University Jan 2003

Et Cetera, Marshall University

Et Cetera

Founded in 1953, Et Cetera is an annual literary magazine that publishes the creative writing and artwork of Marshall University students and affiliates. Et Cetera is free to the Marshall University community.

Et Cetera welcomes submissions in literary and film criticism, poetry, short stories, drama, all types of creative non-fiction, photography, and art.


Mother Mentor: A Tribute To Carolyn Ellis, Lisa M. Tillmann Ph.D. Jan 2003

Mother Mentor: A Tribute To Carolyn Ellis, Lisa M. Tillmann Ph.D.

Faculty Publications

This poem honors the legacy and influence of the author's mentor, Carolyn Ellis, Distinguished University Professor, University of South Florida.