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    • A Tiny Miniature World Where the Proportions Are Slightly Off 

      Burandt, Marina Rose
      I continually saw visions of a massive, black-roofed carnival structure being destroyed in the middle of the ocean. It stood on thin, wooden posts encrusted in mussels, and was intertwined with slides and rollercoasters ...
    • Chairs 

      Coville, Denise
      What drives prose if it isn’t the story? Or rather, what is a story? Anton Chekhov’s famous rule of storytelling suggests that a gun should not be included in the first act if it is not going to be fired in the second, but ...
    • HisJazzRaptoMe: Hip Hop Vignettes & Quarter Waters 

      Iniguez, Samuel Aguiar
      HisJazzRaptoMe, is a mixing of genres to create a new form of literature reflective of the true form of Hip Hop. In Hip Hop, there are many elements that comprise such culture: emceeing, graffiti writing, break dancing, ...
    • Mapping the Dream: A Poetics of Remembering 

      Michaels, Denise Marie
      The Things Downriver is a personal narrative drawing upon the lyric as a pathway to map dreaming. Devoting a year to mapping dreams of childhood recollections, the writer focused on interludes when she and her younger ...
    • Still We Rise 

      Simmons, Todd Allan
      University of Washington Abstract Still We Rise Todd Simmons Chair of the Supervisory Committee: Writer-in-Residence, Rebecca Brown Creative Writing and Poetics Still We Rise is the story of a Special Olympics basketball ...