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Julia Randall Papers, Beth S. Harris, Megan Stolz 2018 Hollins University

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.


Mimola Or The Story Of A Casket, Antoine Innocent, Susan Kalter 2018 Illinois State University

Mimola Or The Story Of A Casket, Antoine Innocent, Susan Kalter

Undiscovered Americas

Appearing for the first time in English, Antoine Innocent’s 1906 novel Mimola or the Story of a Casket weaves the story of Mimola, daughter of Madame Georges, who suffers from an incurable nervous disease, with an investigation of the traditions of Haitian Vodou. Desperate to end her daughter’s affliction, Madame Georges goes on a pilgrimage across Haiti to Ville-Bonheur to help her ailing daughter. Along the way, she meets a woman whose son, Léon, suffers from a similar disorder. Will their mothers’ devotion be enough to ensure the children’s recovery? Will the suffering Mimola and Léon embrace ...


Notes On Contributors, 2018 The University of Maine

Notes On Contributors

The Catch

No abstract provided.


The World Is Your Oyster, Aliya Uteuova 2018 University of Maine

The World Is Your Oyster, Aliya Uteuova

The Catch

No abstract provided.


Editor's Note: The Catch Volume Vi, Catherine Schmitt 2018 The University of Maine

Editor's Note: The Catch Volume Vi, Catherine Schmitt

The Catch

No abstract provided.


Full Issue Volume Vi, 2018 The University of Maine

Full Issue Volume Vi

The Catch

No abstract provided.


Editor’S Note, Trent Hergenrader 2018 Rochester Institute of Technology

Editor’S Note, Trent Hergenrader

Journal of Creative Writing Studies

One of the primary goals of the field of creative writing studies is to examine creative writing lore. Lore is anecdotal knowledge, often passed down through generations as informal advice and traditional knowledge that is often framed as appealing to our common sense. Lore is not necessarily wrong or bad; indeed, it usually has more than a grain of truth to it, which is why it survives and continues to be shared, like a folk remedy for the common cold.


The Place Where All Ends Meet, Benjamin Long 2018 CUNY Bernard M Baruch College

The Place Where All Ends Meet, Benjamin Long

Student Theses

A novella.


Hell And High Water: Prophecy, Anna Denisch 2018 Western Connecticut State University

Hell And High Water: Prophecy, Anna Denisch

Master of Fine Arts in Professional Writing Theses

Hell and High Water: Prophecy is a young adult fantasy novel exploring how age and status affects one’s effect on the world. Following the story lines of three, interconnecting characters, this novel aims to challenge the notion that only those with wisdom and power can influence the world and the events that take place in it. Meant to be an anti-prophecy novel, Hell and High Water: Prophecy will strive to prove that the “chosen one” is not the only character in a book that can save the world.


Lying And Other Fun Habits, Emily llerena 2018 Trinity College

Lying And Other Fun Habits, Emily Llerena

Emily Llerena

An undergraduate thesis work consisting of four short stories.


Misassembled Monsters, Jenn Brown 2018 Washington University in St. Louis

Misassembled Monsters, Jenn Brown

Graduate School of Art Theses

This thesis is a narrative of personal and material history. Through my work in painting, sculpture, and installation, I seek to share my story of emotional armoring in an attempt to connect to an audience. In my work, I look to my personal memories of growing up in a small, midwestern town and armoring myself with emotional barriers against its social construct of “normalcy.” Inspired by Medieval suits of armor and the characteristics of Goth culture throughout history, I employ my work to present the stage of a theatrical battleground. Creating each of my pieces is a fight for the ...


Tragedy On Drury Lane, Natalie B. Ngong 2018 Western Kentucky University

Tragedy On Drury Lane, Natalie B. Ngong

Sierpinski’s Square

No abstract provided.


Growing Brave: A Feminist Short Story Inspired By Myth, Folklore, And Fairy Tales, Celia Egghart 2018 University of Wyoming

Growing Brave: A Feminist Short Story Inspired By Myth, Folklore, And Fairy Tales, Celia Egghart

Honors Theses AY 17/18

Fairy tales are often deemed as nothing more than “children’s stories” or “old wives’ tales.” With this ideology, stories that are seen as “childlike” or “feminine” are somehow labeled as unimportant or silly. However, these tales, as well as their adaptations, are anything but frivolous and trivial. Fairy tales have the unique power to reflect or change the cultural values of a people and era through their morals and lessons. With this project, I will examine this genre of creative writing and rework classic stories from a feminist perspective to reflect the issues and values of the 21st ...


Triangle A Novella With Short Stories, Faerl M. Torres 2018 University of New Mexico

Triangle A Novella With Short Stories, Faerl M. Torres

English Language and Literature ETDs

This novella and short story collection is a work of fiction, which addresses themes of love, loss, loyalty, friendship, fidelity, and self-discovery. The main novella, Triangle is a coming of age story that follows Francis, the protagonist, as he struggles to break from his childhood relationships and the role he's occupied and to decide who he wants to be on his own. "Peeling Doves" is a story about lost innocence as two young sisters face off with malice for the first time. "Strawberry Harvest" is a story about Ava, a woman who is counting on her transition into motherhood ...


Volume 83, Issue 1: Full Issue, Manuscripts Staff 2018 Butler University

Volume 83, Issue 1: Full Issue, Manuscripts Staff

Manuscripts

No abstract provided.


Contributors, Manuscripts Staff 2018 Butler University

Contributors, Manuscripts Staff

Manuscripts

No abstract provided.


Paper Lanterns, Katherine Marquam 2018 Butler University

Paper Lanterns, Katherine Marquam

Manuscripts

Poetry by Katherine Marquam.


Thought., Maggie Regan 2018 Butler University

Thought., Maggie Regan

Manuscripts

Illustration by Maggie Regan.


One Of These Men, Kathleen Berry 2018 Butler University

One Of These Men, Kathleen Berry

Manuscripts

Prose by Kathleen Berry.


Journal Of Nature, Maggie Brodbeck 2018 Butler University

Journal Of Nature, Maggie Brodbeck

Manuscripts

Poetry by Maggie Brodbeck. Finalist in the 2018 Manuscripts Poetry Contest.


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