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Escape, Todd A. Loughran Jul 2021

Escape, Todd A. Loughran

Toyon Literary Magazine

It is not really a publications but I performed "Being Nervous," and "Not About Aliens" at a couple of WordHumboldt's live streaming events which they published on their timeline and on instagram tv. I should still have permission, not really an expert at this copyright stuff. here is the link to "Not About Aliens" https://www.instagram.com/tv/CBPOV41AOOU/

and the link to "Being Nervous" https://www.instagram.com/tv/CFLkObZi0_U/


Signs, Kathryn Sadakierski Jul 2021

Signs, Kathryn Sadakierski

Toyon Literary Magazine

N/A, unpublished


Watley, Louanne, B. 1937, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Jul 2021

Watley, Louanne, B. 1937, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 3606. Correspondence of Watley, of Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and poet, author and Appalachian studies scholar Jim Wayne Miller regarding writing workshops and grant-funded projects. Includes poems of Watley and a detailed critique by Miller.


As Your Writing And Reading Teacher, Jean Prokott Jul 2021

As Your Writing And Reading Teacher, Jean Prokott

Communication and Theater Association of Minnesota Journal

AS YOUR WRITING & READING TEACHER, and as a poetry enthusiast (fangirl), I was thinking about you yesterday as I watched Amanda Gorman perform her poem at Biden's inauguration, and then I was really thinking about you, students, as I watched Anderson Cooper interview her last night. I hope so much that you heard the poem, and I would truly love for you to watch the interview: she talks about the task to write a poem, the feel of words over images, the research she did from history and culture to pull this poem together. It is a feat that ...


Tomato Fields: Champ De Tomates, Amy Norskog Jul 2021

Tomato Fields: Champ De Tomates, Amy Norskog

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Original work by Mary Vanderlinde-Abernathy


Dear John: Cher John, Hafedh Zanina Jul 2021

Dear John: Cher John, Hafedh Zanina

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Original work by Sarah Bishop


芭蕉の俳句: Basho's Haiku, Ryan Butz Jul 2021

芭蕉の俳句: Basho's Haiku, Ryan Butz

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Original work by Kaneko Touda


一茶の俳句: Issa's Haiku, Ryan Butz Jul 2021

一茶の俳句: Issa's Haiku, Ryan Butz

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Original work by Kaneko Touda


Pressed Lips: Lèvres Serrées, Fadoua El Bouamraoui Jul 2021

Pressed Lips: Lèvres Serrées, Fadoua El Bouamraoui

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Original work by Jennifer Humbert


And I Love You, Adele Reeves Jul 2021

And I Love You, Adele Reeves

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Original work by Mr. Children


The Lizard King: Le Roi Lézard, Grace Du Garr Jul 2021

The Lizard King: Le Roi Lézard, Grace Du Garr

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Original work by Brody Pagel

The Lizard King is a nickname for Jim Morrison, singer with the Doors. He compared himself to a comet, and this poem alludes to this image. Morrison was very young when he died - 27 years old. He was the first rock star to become so famous. His life was very short and explosive, like the fireworks that the author of this poem describes.


In Love With You, Jimmy Pipkin Jul 2021

In Love With You, Jimmy Pipkin

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Original work by "Begin"


Saturday Night At Rusty's: Samedi Soir À Rusty’S, Molly Rosco Jul 2021

Saturday Night At Rusty's: Samedi Soir À Rusty’S, Molly Rosco

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Photograph, Charles O'Keefe Jul 2021

Photograph, Charles O'Keefe

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Waseda University School Song, Matt Messmer Jul 2021

Waseda University School Song, Matt Messmer

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Wenn Du Groß Bist…: When You're Tall, Timothy Cooper Jul 2021

Wenn Du Groß Bist…: When You're Tall, Timothy Cooper

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Der Dunkle Stern: The Dark Star, David Harman Jul 2021

Der Dunkle Stern: The Dark Star, David Harman

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From A Window: D’Une Fenêtre, Judy Cochran Jul 2021

From A Window: D’Une Fenêtre, Judy Cochran

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Original work by Ann Townsend


El Sauce Llorón: The Weeping Willow, Sara Cahill Jul 2021

El Sauce Llorón: The Weeping Willow, Sara Cahill

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Photograph, Charles O'Keefe Jul 2021

Photograph, Charles O'Keefe

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Past, Present: Passé, Présent, Matt Bishop Jul 2021

Past, Present: Passé, Présent, Matt Bishop

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Une Autre Femmel Another Woman, Fadoua El Bouamraoui Jul 2021

Une Autre Femmel Another Woman, Fadoua El Bouamraoui

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Photograph, Charles O'Keefe Jul 2021

Photograph, Charles O'Keefe

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The Mowers: Les Faucheurs, Judy Cochran Jul 2021

The Mowers: Les Faucheurs, Judy Cochran

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Original work by Ann Townsend


Photograph, Priscilla Paton Jul 2021

Photograph, Priscilla Paton

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La Grande Dame De Paris: The Great Lady Of Paris, Gonzalo Tuesta Jul 2021

La Grande Dame De Paris: The Great Lady Of Paris, Gonzalo Tuesta

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Japanese Humor Through Cartoons, Sarah Pillerdorf Jul 2021

Japanese Humor Through Cartoons, Sarah Pillerdorf

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The following pages illustrate Japanese humor through cartoons.

Tezuka Osamu (1928-1989) was one of the leading animators in postwar Japan. His most famous character is Tetsuwan Atomu (Atom Boy). Son Goku, a monkey/boy hybrid character born from a rock and possessing tremendous physical abilities, originally appeared as the hero of the late-sixteenth century Chinese classic "Journey to the West." Son Goku in his various forms appears in Japan in the Dragonball series and other popular media.


Schuhe Der Heimat: Boots Of Home, Danielle Gerken Jul 2021

Schuhe Der Heimat: Boots Of Home, Danielle Gerken

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La Peste De La Langue Française, Curtis Plowgian Jul 2021

La Peste De La Langue Française, Curtis Plowgian

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This is a tongue-in-cheek essay that I wrote for a class while I was studying abroad in Nantes, France. Our professor told us we could write about anything we chose, as long as it gave him a representative sample of our writing style. I chose to complain about French grammar rules. The title translated into English means, “The Plague of the French Language,” and the plague to which I am referring is the gender of nouns. Now, the grammatical concept of gender does not apply in the same way to the English language, so allow me to explain further.

In ...


Photograph, Priscilla Paton Jul 2021

Photograph, Priscilla Paton

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