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Silvie's Life: Biography Of A Baby Girl, Marianne Rogoff 2016 Department of Literature and Languages, Dominican University of California

Silvie's Life: Biography Of A Baby Girl, Marianne Rogoff

Marianne Rogoff

"This story, about a severely brain-damaged baby who doctors warn will die within days, is beautifully told and exquisitely woven with subtlety and suspense..." ~ Patricia Holt


The Best Women's Travel Writing 2011: True Stories From Around The World, Marianne Rogoff 2016 Selected Works

The Best Women's Travel Writing 2011: True Stories From Around The World, Marianne Rogoff

Marianne Rogoff

Since publishing A Woman's World in 1995, Travelers' Tales has been the recognized leader in women's travel literature, and with the launch of the annual series The Best Travel Writing in 2004, the obvious next step was an annual collection of the best women's travel writing of the year. This title is the seventh in an annual series-- The Best Women's Travel Writing --that presents inspiring and uplifting adventures from women who have traveled to the ends of the earth to discover new places, peoples, and facets of themselves. The common threads are a woman's ...


Two Poems, William Wilborn 2016 Wright State University

Two Poems, William Wilborn

Mad River Review

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Your Feet's Too Big: Downsizing English Metrics, William Wilborn 2016 Wright State University

Your Feet's Too Big: Downsizing English Metrics, William Wilborn

Mad River Review

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Two Poems, Drew Strombeck 2016 Wright State University

Two Poems, Drew Strombeck

Mad River Review

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Hook Man (Four Sonnets), David Lee Garrison 2016 Wright State University - Main Campus

Hook Man (Four Sonnets), David Lee Garrison

Mad River Review

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Two Poems, Mary Jo White 2016 Wright State University, MA 2006

Two Poems, Mary Jo White

Mad River Review

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The Red Hat, Kacee L. Baker 2016 Buena Vista University

The Red Hat, Kacee L. Baker

Mad River Review

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Four Poems, Herbert Woodward Martin 2016 Wright State University

Four Poems, Herbert Woodward Martin

Mad River Review

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Floodables, Kayann Short 2016 University of Colorado, retired faculty

Floodables, Kayann Short

Mad River Review

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Four Poems, Cathy Essinger 2016 Wright State University

Four Poems, Cathy Essinger

Mad River Review

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"Invocation To The Mad River", Betsy Hughes 2016 Wright State University

"Invocation To The Mad River", Betsy Hughes

Mad River Review

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Madison Vanguard: A Novel, Berni Moestafa 2016 Graduate Center, City University of New York

Madison Vanguard: A Novel, Berni Moestafa

All Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects (2014-Present)

This capstone project takes the form of a popular fiction novel that introduces parts of the academic discussion on capitalism to a wider audience through storytelling. Using a fictional fiscal crisis in New York as its setting, the novel discusses the relationship between capitalism and democracy. It therefore aims to address the underrepresentation of the debate on capitalism in popular entertainment and raise awareness about some of the debate’s key issues.

Popular culture be that music, film, books, media, videogames or advertisement surround our lives and expose us to a plethora of messages that help shape our understanding of ...


Adversus Mathematicos, Christopher Norris 2016 Cardiff University

Adversus Mathematicos, Christopher Norris

Journal of Humanistic Mathematics

A poem about relationship between mathematics and the human experience of time.


Select Poems From Sizes Only Slightly Distinct And From Truth And Beauty, Marion D. Cohen 2016 Arcadia University

Select Poems From Sizes Only Slightly Distinct And From Truth And Beauty, Marion D. Cohen

Journal of Humanistic Mathematics

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What If?: Mathematics, Creative Writing, And Play, Emily Clader 2016 ETH Zurich, Institute for Theoretical Studies

What If?: Mathematics, Creative Writing, And Play, Emily Clader

Journal of Humanistic Mathematics

Mathematics can inform creative writing by suggesting structures for it to follow, as well as by providing the imaginative impetus for common rules to be broken. In a workshop co-taught by the author, a class of sixth-grade students explored this interplay as they produced fractal-inspired poetry and geometry-inspired fiction. This article describes the form and results of the workshop in the context of a broader discussion of the influence of mathematics upon literature.


The Howl: Otterbein Community Profiles, 2016 Otterbein University

The Howl: Otterbein Community Profiles

Howl

The Howl is a magazine that is planned, researched, written, photographed and formatted by Otterbein University’s English as a Second Language students.

The magazine serves to give them a safe space in which to use their voice to share their cultures, experiences and lives. Native English speakers are also encouraged to submit within the theme of the magazine: multicultural and multi-language experiences. If interested in submitting to the Howl, submit to our Digital Commons site.

Please enjoy Otterbein ESL’s contribution to the Otterbein community’s literary scene.


4 Walls And A Dying Flame, Ilja Scholten 2016 Butler University

4 Walls And A Dying Flame, Ilja Scholten

Manuscripts

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The Two Things That Amaze Me Most About Bell Curves...[Poem], Steve Kohn 2016 Bank Street College of Education

The Two Things That Amaze Me Most About Bell Curves...[Poem], Steve Kohn

Thought and Practice: (1987-1991) the Journal of the Graduate School of Bank Street College of Education

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Changing Minds On Abortion, Karen Swallow Prior 2016

Changing Minds On Abortion, Karen Swallow Prior

Karen Swallow Prior

Abortion is an issue that, undoubtedly, impacts both men and women. Yet, as Katelyn Beaty writes in “The Power of Pro-Life Women,” “Abortion is not a ‘women’s issue’; rather, it is a human issue that affects women uniquely.” In this sense, the perspectives of pro-life women are uniquely important to the movement. And women who were once pro-choice but are now pro-life offer some of the most unique and compelling voices within a movement whose reach extends far beyond the unborn. It extends to all lives, rescuing not only bodies but transforming hearts and souls too.


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