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Meera Atkinson. The Poetics Of Transgenerational Trauma. Bloomsbury, 2017., Katie Lally Dec 2018

Meera Atkinson. The Poetics Of Transgenerational Trauma. Bloomsbury, 2017., Katie Lally

Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature

Review of Meera Atkinson. The Poetics of Transgenerational Trauma. Bloomsbury, 2017.


Dreamland, Corey Hashimoto Dec 2018

Dreamland, Corey Hashimoto

Corey Hashimoto

Set eight years after three United States Marines return home from Iraq,
Dreamland explores the effect their experience has on their relationships with
their loved ones and each other. The novel focuses on the reverberating effects a
single event during the second assault on Fallujah has on three remaining
members of a doomed assignment—a drug addict, a depressed artist, and an
anxiety-stricken father —each dealing with their trauma differently. Though all
three are on a path of self-destruction, Dreamland examines the toxic power of
isolation and the redemptive quality of shared purpose.


The Friendly Crocodile, Katia Karadjova, Emily Fernandes, Lilianet Brintrup Dec 2018

The Friendly Crocodile, Katia Karadjova, Emily Fernandes, Lilianet Brintrup

Fiction and Poetry

The Friendly Crocodile loved to show off his big toothy smile.......But his marsh friends didn’t know it was friendly! What can he do to keep his friends around?

Al cocodrilo amigable le encantaba mostrar su gran sonrisa de enormes dientes, pero sus amigos del pantano no sabían que era amigable.
¿Qué podrá hacer para mantener cerca a sus amigos?


Volume 44, Issue 2: Full Issue, Manuscripts Staff Nov 2018

Volume 44, Issue 2: Full Issue, Manuscripts Staff

Manuscripts

No abstract provided.


Critique Song Of K. Bruce Cook, Kevin Cook Nov 2018

Critique Song Of K. Bruce Cook, Kevin Cook

Manuscripts

No abstract provided.


Reqiuem For Yesterday, Jon Brooks Nov 2018

Reqiuem For Yesterday, Jon Brooks

Manuscripts

No abstract provided.


Poem On A New York Subway Wall, Walter Bell Nov 2018

Poem On A New York Subway Wall, Walter Bell

Manuscripts

No abstract provided.


The Abduction, Mike Ellis Nov 2018

The Abduction, Mike Ellis

Manuscripts

No abstract provided.


Housewife's Morning Song, Julie Heller Nov 2018

Housewife's Morning Song, Julie Heller

Manuscripts

No abstract provided.


A Character Sketch, John Mccrum Nov 2018

A Character Sketch, John Mccrum

Manuscripts

No abstract provided.


Shy, John Wilson Nov 2018

Shy, John Wilson

Manuscripts

No abstract provided.


Who Killed Cain?, Natalie Ashanin Nov 2018

Who Killed Cain?, Natalie Ashanin

Manuscripts

No abstract provided.


Search, Teri Giertych Nov 2018

Search, Teri Giertych

Manuscripts

No abstract provided.


Like A Shooting Star, David Darrell Nov 2018

Like A Shooting Star, David Darrell

Manuscripts

Short Story Contest, First Prize


To Kathy, Richard Ringley Nov 2018

To Kathy, Richard Ringley

Manuscripts

Poetry Contest, Honorable Mention


A Tribute To Roy Marz, Werner W. Beyer Nov 2018

A Tribute To Roy Marz, Werner W. Beyer

Manuscripts

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 Nov 2018

Descent Into Peargatory, Sherry Gamble

Manuscripts

Poetry Contest, Honorable Mention


Prayer, Ed Shacklee Nov 2018

Prayer, Ed Shacklee

Manuscripts

Poetry Contest, First Prize


My Three Cats And The Apocalypse, Kevin Cooke Nov 2018

My Three Cats And The Apocalypse, Kevin Cooke

Manuscripts

No abstract provided.


Poet Unlimited, Karen Greene Nov 2018

Poet Unlimited, Karen Greene

Manuscripts

No abstract provided.


Front Matter, Manuscripts Staff Nov 2018

Front Matter, Manuscripts Staff

Manuscripts

No abstract provided.


Building Eden, Roger A. Lohmann Nov 2018

Building Eden, Roger A. Lohmann

Faculty Scholarship

Ralph Deigh is the most famous vernacular architect you've never heard of. After a military career spanning two wars and struggles with homelessness and PTSD. Twin disasters (fire and flood) in Dare County, West Virginia, set up the circumstances for him to join the Ohio-based Mueller Foundation to design and together with a mysterious group of local Dare County residents, they build the new town of Eden, West Virginia.

The whole story is told by veteran novelist Phil Anthropod.


Dialogues On Voluntary Action And New Commons, Roger A. Lohmann Nov 2018

Dialogues On Voluntary Action And New Commons, Roger A. Lohmann

Faculty Scholarship

This volume contains a suite of seven one-act plays originating in political and civic themes, voluntary action and new commons, and associated with the 2012 President election.


Midwestern Writers Need Midwestern Historians, Bonnie Jo Campbell Nov 2018

Midwestern Writers Need Midwestern Historians, Bonnie Jo Campbell

Studies in Midwestern History

These remarks were given on a plenary panel titled "Writing on the Midwest," held at the Fourth Annual Midwestern History Conference in Grand Rapids on June 6, 2018. Bonnie Jo Campbell received her MFA in creative writing from Western Michigan University. Her 2009 book, American Salvage, published by Wayne State University Press, was a finalist in fiction for both the National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award.


Vantage Point: Fall 2018, Vantage Point Nov 2018

Vantage Point: Fall 2018, Vantage Point

Vantage Point

No abstract provided.


Vantage Point: Spring 2018, Vantage Point Nov 2018

Vantage Point: Spring 2018, Vantage Point

Vantage Point

No abstract provided.


The Audience Of Siblings, Genevieve Weaver Nov 2018

The Audience Of Siblings, Genevieve Weaver

The Kabod

Literature has the unique ability to create an environment where one can address specific issues and hard questions in a comfortable way and at a relevant level. Children’s literature specifically plays a valuable role at a crucial time in the development of children and through this is privy to being used to explore the issues that most children deal with. In reference to the importance of children’s literature acting as a mirror for children, Sims Bishop stated that “literature transforms human experience and reflects it back to us, and in that reflection, we can see our own lives ...


More Than Skin-Deep: Reading Past Whiteness In Hemingway’S “Hills Like White Elephants”, Laura Valeri Oct 2018

More Than Skin-Deep: Reading Past Whiteness In Hemingway’S “Hills Like White Elephants”, Laura Valeri

Journal of Creative Writing Studies

The author argues a much neglected element in the seminal Hemingway's story "Hills Like White Elephant." Reading the story by taking into context a subtext of racial bias lends new interpretation to the story.


The Howl - Fall 2018, Kristyna Karbanova, Jerusa Cadorin Rovai, Eun Jin Jung, Hyun Jin Cho, Daner Xu, Reo Taniguchi, Saori Ishio, Momoka Ando, Gloria Kang, Yu Koide, Taki Migdady, Apple Tsai, Hide Iwata Oct 2018

The Howl - Fall 2018, Kristyna Karbanova, Jerusa Cadorin Rovai, Eun Jin Jung, Hyun Jin Cho, Daner Xu, Reo Taniguchi, Saori Ishio, Momoka Ando, Gloria Kang, Yu Koide, Taki Migdady, Apple Tsai, Hide Iwata

The Howl

The Howl is a magazine that is planned, researched, written, photographed and designed by Otterbein University’s ESL and international students. The magazine serves to give them a safe space in which to use their voice to share their cultures, experiences and lives. If you are interested in submitting to the Howl, please e-mail your writing or photography to gderosa@otterbein.edu. Enjoy Otterbein ESL’s contribution to the Otterbein community’s literary scene.


Dennis Ross Poetry Submission, Dennis Ross Sep 2018

Dennis Ross Poetry Submission, Dennis Ross

Westview

No abstract provided.