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Low Action, Morgan Mckinney Goad Jan 2016

Low Action, Morgan Mckinney Goad

English Graduate Theses & Dissertations

A collection of poetry. A chord with three notes, or a blues song with three chords: ( IV ) the patriarchy’s classic rock stars and cult science fiction, ( V ) my hardest crushes and my pathetic loneliness, ( I ) endless ars poetica.


Bern Porter Collection, Colby College Special Collections, Bern Porter Jan 2015

Bern Porter Collection, Colby College Special Collections, Bern Porter

Finding Aids

Bern Porter (1911–2004) was an artist, writer, philosopher, and scientist who was involved in the development of the cathode ray tube, the Saturn V rocket, and the Manhattan Project, which he renounced upon learning of the bombing of Hiroshima. Also a pioneer in the arts, he is known for his landmark work as an author and publisher. He was an early practitioner of mail art and found and performance poetry and experimented with typography, sculpture, photography, artists’ books, and collage throughout his life. Porter lived and worked in New Jersey, New York, Tennessee, California, Guam, Alabama, and Tasmania. He ...


“To Mr. Jefferson On The Occasion Of My ‘Madness,’” “The Campaign Manager Talks Shop”, Jon Davis Nov 2014

“To Mr. Jefferson On The Occasion Of My ‘Madness,’” “The Campaign Manager Talks Shop”, Jon Davis

Ontario Review

Jon Davis is the author of Dangerous Amusements (OR Press). A chapbook of his prose poems, The Hawk. The Road. The Sunlight After Clouds, is forthcoming from Owl Creek Press. New work has appeared or will be appearing in The Harvard Review, Gulf Coast, and The Prose Poem. He lives in Glorieta, New Mexico, and teaches at the Institute of American Indian Arts.


The World; The Arena Of Civilization, Jon Davis Aug 2014

The World; The Arena Of Civilization, Jon Davis

Ontario Review

Jon Davis recently completed an MFA at the University of Montana, where he won the Academy of American Poets Award and edited Cutbank. His chapbook West of New England received the Merriam Award (1983), and he has published lately in Poetry, Georgia Review, Tendril, and elsewhere.


Volume 43 (2011), C. V. Davis Jan 2011

Volume 43 (2011), C. V. Davis

The Broad River Review

No abstract provided.


The Watermark: A Journal Of The Arts - Vol. 12 - 2005, University Of Massachusetts Boston Jan 2005

The Watermark: A Journal Of The Arts - Vol. 12 - 2005, University Of Massachusetts Boston

The Watermark: A Journal of the Arts (1993-ongoing)

No abstract provided.


The Lantern Vol. 72, No. 1, Nathan Dawley, Victoria Wynne, Thomas Richter, Susannah Fisher, Katy Diana, Sarah Kauffman, Trevor Strunk, Chris Curley, Meghan Bickel, Jan Cohen, Ashley Higgins, David Chamberlin, Jill Williams, Alison Shaffer, Abi Munro, Klaus Yoder, Caroline Meiers, Jennifer Mingolello, Daniel Bruno, Peter Bregman Oct 2004

The Lantern Vol. 72, No. 1, Nathan Dawley, Victoria Wynne, Thomas Richter, Susannah Fisher, Katy Diana, Sarah Kauffman, Trevor Strunk, Chris Curley, Meghan Bickel, Jan Cohen, Ashley Higgins, David Chamberlin, Jill Williams, Alison Shaffer, Abi Munro, Klaus Yoder, Caroline Meiers, Jennifer Mingolello, Daniel Bruno, Peter Bregman

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Jazz
• Bifocal Brainfreeze
• A Mug of Tea
• Autumn Blend
• Montana Skies
• Madeleine Parenthesis
• Ghosts Come Out at Night
• Time
• 144 Cromwell Road
• Market East
• Secret
• Stream
• What Might Have Been or What Never Was
• Buried Mirth
• Conversations With a Writer
• Churning Through
• Chum-Salmon Intentions
• Cages
• Lola Sang of Green Glass Landscapes
• Peg's Antiques
• Life at 120 Decibels


The Lantern Vol. 71, No. 2, Jay Richards, Tori Wynne, Jonathan Kiernan, Sarah Kauffman, Sarah Napolitan, Nathan Dawley, Larry Barr, Katy Diana, Alison Shaffer, Susannah Fisher, Trevor Strunk, Melanie Scriptunas, Dennis Kearney, John Ramsey, Dan Bruno, Klaus Yoder, Jessica Schoff, Jen Brink, Kate Chapman, Haley Turney Apr 2004

The Lantern Vol. 71, No. 2, Jay Richards, Tori Wynne, Jonathan Kiernan, Sarah Kauffman, Sarah Napolitan, Nathan Dawley, Larry Barr, Katy Diana, Alison Shaffer, Susannah Fisher, Trevor Strunk, Melanie Scriptunas, Dennis Kearney, John Ramsey, Dan Bruno, Klaus Yoder, Jessica Schoff, Jen Brink, Kate Chapman, Haley Turney

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Football Captain
• Grass Blades
• Identity Theft
• Her Shoulders
• Doing 100
• Watching the
• Fifteen Lines for Five
• Plague
• On the Occasion of Kissing You Less Than I Used To
• Decomposey
• Broomhandles
• Just a Minute
• War of the Words
• Seguidille
• At the End of One's Rope
• The Ride and Joe
• I Want Soft Curls
• Broken
• Stories of a Hypochondriac
• The TV is in Jail & My Mom is the Warden


Inscape Fall 2000, Morehead State University Oct 2000

Inscape Fall 2000, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The Fall 2000 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


The Promethean, Spring 1998, English Department May 1998

The Promethean, Spring 1998, English Department

The Promethean

No abstract provided.


Frontmatter Jan 1998

Frontmatter

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


Jon Davis' Scrimmage Of Appetite, Brian Johnson Jan 1998

Jon Davis' Scrimmage Of Appetite, Brian Johnson

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


Selected Bibliography Of Criticism On The Prose Poem Jan 1995

Selected Bibliography Of Criticism On The Prose Poem

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


From The Ochre World - #22, Jon Davis Jan 1994

From The Ochre World - #22, Jon Davis

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


From The Ochre World - #24, Jon Davis Jan 1994

From The Ochre World - #24, Jon Davis

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

Note: The Ochre World is a 45 page poem, formed at the junction of a dream, a news event, and some photographs of the Lascaux cave paintings. Some of the poem's sections can stand alone, others cannot, but all are enriched by a scheme of recurring imagery and an evolving "argument." Although unnumbered in the full manuscript, I have given these sections—which occur late in the poem—numbers, so the reader can feel the duration, at least, of the absent sections.
-- J.D.

[from original publication, 1994.]


From The Ochre World - #25, Jon Davis Jan 1994

From The Ochre World - #25, Jon Davis

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

Note: The Ochre World is a 45 page poem, formed at the junction of a dream, a news event, and some photographs of the Lascaux cave paintings. Some of the poem's sections can stand alone, others cannot, but all are enriched by a scheme of recurring imagery and an evolving "argument." Although unnumbered in the full manuscript, I have given these sections—which occur late in the poem—numbers, so the reader can feel the duration, at least, of the absent sections.
-- J.D.

[from original publication, 1994.]


From The Ochre World - #37, Jon Davis Jan 1994

From The Ochre World - #37, Jon Davis

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

Note: The Ochre World is a 45 page poem, formed at the junction of a dream, a news event, and some photographs of the Lascaux cave paintings. Some of the poem's sections can stand alone, others cannot, but all are enriched by a scheme of recurring imagery and an evolving "argument." Although unnumbered in the full manuscript, I have given these sections—which occur late in the poem—numbers, so the reader can feel the duration, at least, of the absent sections.
-- J.D.

[from original publication, 1994.]


From The Ochre World - #36, Jon Davis Jan 1994

From The Ochre World - #36, Jon Davis

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

Note: The Ochre World is a 45 page poem, formed at the junction of a dream, a news event, and some photographs of the Lascaux cave paintings. Some of the poem's sections can stand alone, others cannot, but all are enriched by a scheme of recurring imagery and an evolving "argument." Although unnumbered in the full manuscript, I have given these sections—which occur late in the poem—numbers, so the reader can feel the duration, at least, of the absent sections.
-- J.D.

[from original publication, 1994.]


In History: I, Jon Davis Jan 1993

In History: I, Jon Davis

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


In History: Ii, Jon Davis Jan 1993

In History: Ii, Jon Davis

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


Contributor Notes Jan 1993

Contributor Notes

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


Frontmatter Jan 1993

Frontmatter

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


Relativity, Jon Davis Jan 1992

Relativity, Jon Davis

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


Blues, Jon Davis Jan 1992

Blues, Jon Davis

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


The Bait, Jon Davis Jan 1992

The Bait, Jon Davis

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


Contributor Notes Jan 1992

Contributor Notes

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


The Frogs, Jon Davis Jan 1992

The Frogs, Jon Davis

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


Frontmatter Jan 1992

Frontmatter

The Prose Poem: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


The Lantern Vol. 55, No. 1, Brian L. Evans, Suzanne Kleintop, Lora L. Hart, Frank R. Moulton Jr., Laura Sassaman, John Biesecker, Matthew Noll, Erika Rohrbach, Keith Leparulo, Jerry Vankanan, Liz Young, Jeremy S. Trinidad, Rich Galeone, Michelle L. Grande Oct 1988

The Lantern Vol. 55, No. 1, Brian L. Evans, Suzanne Kleintop, Lora L. Hart, Frank R. Moulton Jr., Laura Sassaman, John Biesecker, Matthew Noll, Erika Rohrbach, Keith Leparulo, Jerry Vankanan, Liz Young, Jeremy S. Trinidad, Rich Galeone, Michelle L. Grande

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• The Third Grade Gorilla
• Friend, I Am Not Yet A Poet
• Twisted
• The Final Journey
• Ritu Miltonis
• Hearthside
• The Ogre
• O Indestructible Everlasting
• December 1, 1988
• Our Church
• Louise
• Gazebo For Learned Women
• Hanging Mirror
• Of Football and Flashlights
• The Ragged Brown Peasant
• Judgement of the Serpent
• Sidewalk Wars
• I Guess That's Why I Went Away


The Lantern Vol. 53, No. 2, Anthony Fiore, Lisa R. Talarico, Debra Ritter, Beth Riccio, Matthew Noll, Denise Marino, Maria D'Arcangelo, Angela M. Salas, Andrea Power, Rebecca Moore, Beth Long, Erika Rohrbach, Julie Ann Corish, Joel Davies, Karen Singhofen, Eric Chandlee Wilson, Frank R. Moulton Jr. Apr 1987

The Lantern Vol. 53, No. 2, Anthony Fiore, Lisa R. Talarico, Debra Ritter, Beth Riccio, Matthew Noll, Denise Marino, Maria D'Arcangelo, Angela M. Salas, Andrea Power, Rebecca Moore, Beth Long, Erika Rohrbach, Julie Ann Corish, Joel Davies, Karen Singhofen, Eric Chandlee Wilson, Frank R. Moulton Jr.

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• The One
• Homecoming-1946
• Puff
• Victory
• The Prelude
• Playtime
• There's a Killer in My Heart
• Who is Keats?
• Relationships
• It's OK
• Rasping
• Wearers of Underwear
• Conjecture
• Look Her in the Eye
• Counterpoint
• When the Air is Biting
• A Stream of Consciousness
• Bach's Concerto in E
• Tomorrow Morn
• Ruminations on Bob Dylan
• Last Night a Dream
• Stephen
• A Baseball Story
• I Am Sorry
• And Baby Makes Two
• Next on Mr. Steinbeck's Itinerary
• Upon Visiting the Nursing Home
• Taps for Ralph
• Yes, I Believe
• The Morning After
• Conversation
• Dear Man
• Autumn Leaves