Quick Question, 2018 Butler University
Quick Question, Matt Del Busto
Poetry by Matt Del Busto. Winner in the 2018 Manuscripts Poetry Contest.
A Treasure, 2018 Butler University
A Treasure, Meghan Allen
Prose by Meghan Allen. Runner up in the 2018 Manuscripts Prose Contest.
Windows, 2018 Butler University
Windows, Melanie Garcia
Photography by Melanie Garcia.
A Swamp Called Mama, 2018 Butler University
A Swamp Called Mama, Con Murray
Poetry by Con Murray.
Mawwage Is What Bwings Us Togetha Today, 2018 Butler University
Mawwage Is What Bwings Us Togetha Today, Megan Ulrich
Prose by Megan Ulrich.
Out Of Office Reply, 2018 Butler University
Out Of Office Reply, Tyler Wagner
Poetry by Tyler Wagner. Runner up in the 2018 Manuscripts Poetry Contest.
Interview With Monica Youn, 2018 Butler University
Interview With Monica Youn, Matt Del Busto
Monica Youn is the author of three books of poetry: Blackacre (2016), which was a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award; Ignatz (2010), which was a finalist for the National Book Award; and Barter (2003). Her poems have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies, including the New Yorker, the Paris Review, and the New York Times Magazine, and she has been awarded a Witter Bynner Fellowship from the Library of Congress and a Stegner Fellowship from Stanford University. A former attorney specializing in copyright and election law, she now teaches poetry at Princeton University. During her visit to ...
Mindsight, 2018 Butler University
Mindsight, Jessica Martorano
Poetry by Jessica Martorano. Finalist in the 2018 Manuscripts Poetry Contest.
Infinity, 2018 Butler University
Infinity, Eric Baugh
Prose by Eric Baugh. Finalist in the 2018 Manuscripts Prose Contest.
Mood Swings, 2018 Butler University
Mood Swings, Peter Larson
Photography by Peter Larson.
Shadowed Shame, 2018 Butler University
Shadowed Shame, Carolyn Swartz
Poetry by Carolyn Swartz.
White Lips, 2018 Butler University
White Lips, Carolyn Swartz
Photography by Carolyn Swartz
How To Acquire A Stalker, 2018 Butler University
How To Acquire A Stalker, Katherine Marquam
Prose by Katherine Marquam.
Warm, Trembling, Etc., 2018 Butler University
Warm, Trembling, Etc., Fiona Schicho
Poetry by Fiona Schicho.
Front Matter, 2018 Butler University
Front Matter, Manuscripts Staff
Includes table of contents and editor's note.
Quiet Johnny, 2018 College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University
Quiet Johnny, Ryan Mccanna
In 1987, Patricia and Leonard Porcello endowed the Wagner-Berger Prize to honor Patricia’s parents, Louis and Mary Wagner-Berger, and to support college women who are interested in writing short stories and novels. It is designed to encourage and reward excellence in creative writing at the College of Saint Benedict.
The Wagner-Berger Prize for fiction is the first scholarship of its kind at the College of Saint Benedict. It is a scholarship awarded annually to the CSB student who submits the most original, previously unpublished short story. All submissions are judged by a committee of English Department members, and the ...
Confederacy Of Dunces #8, 2018 College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University
Confederacy Of Dunces #8, Mitchell Krockmalnik Grabois
Mitchell Krockmalnik Grabois has had over fourteen-hundred of his poems and fictions appear in literary magazines in the U.S. and abroad. He has been nominated for numerous prizes, and was awarded the 2017 Booranga Writers’ Centre (Australia) Prize for Fiction. His novel, Two-Headed Dog, based on his work as a clinical psychologist in a state hospital, is available for Kindle and Nook, or as a print edition. To read more of his work, Google Mitchell Krockmalnik Grabois. He lives in Denver, Colorado, USA.
Angels, 2018 College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University
Angels, Chet Corey
Chet Corey was born and raised in Minneapolis. Chet Corey’s poems have appeared in literary and religious journals since the mid-1960s, including Benedictines Magazine, Kansas Quarterly, Louisville Review, National Catholic Reporter, Review for Religious, South Dakota Review, and Windhover (U. of Mary-Hardin Baylor). Most recently poems have appeared in or are forthcoming in Coe Review, Right Hand Pointing and Stoneboat. Chet and his wife Kathy live alongside Bush Lake in Bloomington, Minnesota.
"I Love You Too", 2018 College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University
"I Love You Too", Mollee Girgen
No abstract provided.
Ugly, 2018 College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University
Ugly, Sarah Neve
Sarah Neve grew up in the small town of Minnetrista, Minnesota, with her three younger brothers. She currently attends the College of St. Benedict as a first year and is majoring in Creative Writing with a Music minor. She plans to become an author in the future through novels and possibly poetry. Sarah’s hobbies include drawing and slowly transitioning to a sustainable and environmentally-friendly lifestyle.