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Walking Through Snowfall, Meghan Largent Apr 2019

Walking Through Snowfall, Meghan Largent

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.


Heal, Clara Costello Apr 2019

Heal, Clara Costello

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.


An Artist's Prayer, Brian Campbell Apr 2019

An Artist's Prayer, Brian Campbell

Cedarville Review

No abstract provided.


If, Clara Costello Apr 2019

If, Clara Costello

Cedarville Review

No abstract provided.


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.


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.


Here Comes The Rain, Isabella Minudri Apr 2019

Here Comes The Rain, Isabella Minudri

Carroll College Student Undergraduate Research Festival

We always look forward to when the rain will end. Rain means darkness, wet shoes, staring at the sidewalk and never at the sky. Rain means windshield wipers and ruined hair and cold hands. Gloom. So we wait. We watch the clouds from closed windows and urge them to break into wisps once again, because for most of us, the sun and happiness are two things that can rarely be separated. Here comes the sun, little darling. Here comes the joy.

What if we found happiness in both the sun and the rain? What if we looked up once in ...


Rose Petals, Abigail Shaffer Apr 2019

Rose Petals, Abigail Shaffer

Cedarville Review

No abstract provided.


Two Poems: Stop Time Before; Forsaken Ones, Ánh-Hoa Thị Nguyễn Apr 2019

Two Poems: Stop Time Before; Forsaken Ones, Ánh-Hoa Thị Nguyễn

Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement

This creative work features two poems: Stop Time Before; Forsaken Ones


Two Poems: Chanda Says; Dropping Chanda Off At Nursery School, Bunkong Tuon Apr 2019

Two Poems: Chanda Says; Dropping Chanda Off At Nursery School, Bunkong Tuon

Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement

This creative work features two poems: Chanda Says, Dropping Chanda Off at Nursery School.


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.


Sacred Lucidity: Embodied Identity Through The Lens Of Poetry, Abby Laporte Apr 2019

Sacred Lucidity: Embodied Identity Through The Lens Of Poetry, Abby Laporte

Scholarly and Creative Works Conference 2020

Published poet, Abby Laporte, has created a 22 page poetry collection exploring femininity, radical politics, and spirituality. Her senior thesis creative component serves as a tool of identity exploration, and provides a framework for the reader to address questions of their own social location in relation to the text. Laporte's academic essay provides an examination of the true value, and possible concrete benefits, of self-expression through poetry - particularly in relation to personal or political identity. She takes on a close reading of "Mirror" by Sylvia Plath, and thus demonstrates the meta-experience of her own process as a reader. Laporte ...


The Last Movie Night, Treyvion Jones Apr 2019

The Last Movie Night, Treyvion Jones

Show Your Stripes Research and Creative Showcase

This is a love story gone wrong a tragedy ending. but the most important thing is the movies that you will come across during my peace. I hope you guys enjoy my work. Hope to see you soon. Movie Night will blow your mind with the black movies that are featured.


The Laureate, Hannah Ryder Apr 2019

The Laureate, Hannah Ryder

Honors Theses

In its eighteenth edition, the only undergraduate literary journal on Western Michigan University’s campus returns with more phenomenal student creations. The Laureate, led this year by senior Hannah Ryder, compiles fiction, non-fiction, plays, poetry, art, and photographs to provide a yearly snapshot of the best work from the university’s brightest individuals. Inside, the pieces explore not only what it means to be an individual, but how different surroundings and influences shape characters and experiences. The journal kicks off with a photograph staring up at a golden-leafed tree, representing both hopefulness and light. It then moves quickly and seamlessly ...


E-Literature’S #1 Hit: Is Instagram Poetry E-Literature?, Kathi Inman Berens Apr 2019

E-Literature’S #1 Hit: Is Instagram Poetry E-Literature?, Kathi Inman Berens

English Faculty Publications and Presentations

Must poetry be aesthetically difficult to be e-literature? Kathi Inman Berens argues for a new kind of reader response criticism where Instagram algorithms are agentic, and the social reader (one who comments, “likes,” and reposts) is "read" by behavioral targeting algorithms. Digital ad vendors such as Google and Facebook, which owns Instagram, accrue the financial value from such acts of reading. Authors like Rupi Kaur, whose printed books of digital-born Instapoetry have been on the New York Times Bestseller List for more than one year, and the several other Instapoets whose books captured 60% of the top-twenty poetry bestseller slots ...


I Went To A Writing Conference And Came Home With A Math Project, Mike Pinter Apr 2019

I Went To A Writing Conference And Came Home With A Math Project, Mike Pinter

enLightening Talks

I describe a mathematics problem associated with a poetic form based on syllable counts. There will be time for participants to try the poetic form for themselves. No mathematics prerequisite needed.


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.


Mothertongue 2019 (Full Issue) Apr 2019

Mothertongue 2019 (Full Issue)

mOthertongue

The full mOthertongue 2019 issue.


Reckoning, Scarlett Peterson Apr 2019

Reckoning, Scarlett Peterson

Poetry MFA Theses

This thesis is a collection of poems.


Here Comes The Rain: A Compilation Of Poems And Short Stories By Isabella Minudri, Isabella Minudri Apr 2019

Here Comes The Rain: A Compilation Of Poems And Short Stories By Isabella Minudri, Isabella Minudri

Languages and Literature Undergraduate Theses

My thesis, titled “Here Comes the Rain,” is a collection of four short stories and thirteen poems that speak to the beauty that can be found in the midst of life’s most painful moments. From the loss of romance and of family members to mental illness and the search for identity and lasting love, these pieces are emotionally charged and satisfyingly raw. I hope that readers find within these pages an opportunity to recognize their own rainstorms and to choose to rejoice in what they discover there


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.


Unapologetically Woman, Dominique Donald Apr 2019

Unapologetically Woman, Dominique Donald

Undergraduate Theses

I have been fascinated by the art of evolution within human nature. How people choose to grow as human and why they want to develop the way they do. Within Humanities I have studied the psychologist, the artist, the historian, the scientist, the theologian and have seen the evolution of humanness; it is the very transformation of the soul, the enlightened heart glowing with mutuality. The freedom of choice and liberty of life.


That's A Poem, R. Scott Yarbrough Apr 2019

That's A Poem, R. Scott Yarbrough

Faculty Publications and Presentations

Student Contributors:

  • Marilyn Abedrabbo
  • Venus Alemanji
  • Carlos Contreras
  • Oluwabukola Ibiyemi
  • Lydia Jacques
  • Amy Kunschke
  • Emily Minchey
  • Danika Oliver
  • Kayla Osborn
  • Jessica Rodriguez
  • M.J. Scott
  • Bridget Scott-Shupe
  • Taylor Speer
  • J Alton Sterrett
  • Starlit D.S. Taie


Untitled, Aabshar Ghassi '19 Apr 2019

Untitled, Aabshar Ghassi '19

Student Publications & Research

No abstract provided.


Les Quatre Indices De 1940, Sophia Pribus '20 Apr 2019

Les Quatre Indices De 1940, Sophia Pribus '20

Student Publications & Research

No abstract provided.


Untitled, Mia Ye '19 Apr 2019

Untitled, Mia Ye '19

Student Publications & Research

No abstract provided.


Proof Positive, Lalini Shanela Ranaraja Apr 2019

Proof Positive, Lalini Shanela Ranaraja

Vázquez-Valarezo Poetry Award

This poem is an exploration of the aftermath of sexual assault and the myriad factors which determine how women, especially women of colour and Asian women, cope with that aftermath. I am particularly concerned with how the testimony and literature of Asian women can prompt other Asian women to unravel their own stories by reflecting these stories back to them and giving them a medium through which to have this confrontation. With this piece I attempt to communicate that the act of confronting and sharing trauma is a continuous and absolutely vital process for survivors of sexual assault.


Caverns: Kentucky Middle School Poetry (Volume 2, 2019), Roxanne M. Spencer Editor, Kelly Hancock Associate Editor, Cynthia Houston Associate Editor, Amanda Kennedy Associate Editor Apr 2019

Caverns: Kentucky Middle School Poetry (Volume 2, 2019), Roxanne M. Spencer Editor, Kelly Hancock Associate Editor, Cynthia Houston Associate Editor, Amanda Kennedy Associate Editor

CAVERNS

No abstract provided.