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Tree Song, Amie Elizabeth Case 2018 Missouri State University

Tree Song, Amie Elizabeth Case

MSU Graduate Theses

The Grace that flows through the three realms is fractured, and it’s Mauhiyn’s fault. She is a Daughter, the only living and direct descendant of the line of women who are vessels for the Grace that sustains the realms in a state of perfect balance. Because Mauhiyn is the first Daughter unable to carry the Grace, she is blamed for the turmoil and darkness in the realms. King Darbrend of the western realm claims Mauhiyn’s Grace is simply dormant, not absent. Mauhiyn is sent to King Darbrend with the hopes that his dark power will restore the ...


Volume 44, Issue 2: Full Issue, Manuscripts Staff 2018 Butler University

Volume 44, Issue 2: Full Issue, Manuscripts Staff

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No abstract provided.


Critique Song Of K. Bruce Cook, Kevin Cook 2018 Butler University

Critique Song Of K. Bruce Cook, Kevin Cook

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No abstract provided.


Reqiuem For Yesterday, Jon Brooks 2018 Butler University

Reqiuem For Yesterday, Jon Brooks

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Poem On A New York Subway Wall, Walter Bell 2018 Butler University

Poem On A New York Subway Wall, Walter Bell

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The Abduction, Mike Ellis 2018 Butler University

The Abduction, Mike Ellis

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Housewife's Morning Song, Julie Heller 2018 Butler University

Housewife's Morning Song, Julie Heller

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A Character Sketch, John McCrum 2018 Butler University

A Character Sketch, John Mccrum

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Shy, John Wilson 2018 Butler University

Shy, John Wilson

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Who Killed Cain?, Natalie Ashanin 2018 Butler University

Who Killed Cain?, Natalie Ashanin

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Search, Teri Giertych 2018 Butler University

Search, Teri Giertych

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Like A Shooting Star, David Darrell 2018 Butler University

Like A Shooting Star, David Darrell

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Short Story Contest, First Prize


To Kathy, Richard Ringley 2018 Butler University

To Kathy, Richard Ringley

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Poetry Contest, Honorable Mention


A Tribute To Roy Marz, Werner W. Beyer 2018 Butler University

A Tribute To Roy Marz, Werner W. Beyer

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The following is the text of a speech delivered by Dr. Werner Beyer at a retirement dinner honoring Dr. Roy Marz, longtime member ofthe English Faculty at Butler University.


Descent Into Peargatory, Sherry Gamble 2018 Butler University

Descent Into Peargatory, Sherry Gamble

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Poetry Contest, Honorable Mention


Prayer, Ed Shacklee 2018 Butler University

Prayer, Ed Shacklee

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Poetry Contest, First Prize


My Three Cats And The Apocalypse, Kevin Cooke 2018 Butler University

My Three Cats And The Apocalypse, Kevin Cooke

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Poet Unlimited, Karen Greene 2018 Butler University

Poet Unlimited, Karen Greene

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Front Matter, Manuscripts Staff 2018 Butler University

Front Matter, Manuscripts Staff

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Gone To Ground, Brian Blair 2018 University of Missouri, St. Louis

Gone To Ground, Brian Blair

Theses

Gone to Ground is a collection of short stories that explores the possibilities beyond the edge of the everyday. They are an attempt to peek beyond the imaginary boundaries we erect for ourselves in the name of danger or the unknown. Each story is an opportunity to see our own familiar humanity in others, no matter the accidents of fortune that separate us. Though the stories in Gone to Ground often touch the surreal or the magical, they are firmly rooted in what could be out there, on the other side of our walls, whether real or imagined. These are ...


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