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    • A Perfect Circle Rimmed With Gold 

      Siciliano, Samantha
      In Virginia Woolf’s essay on the Victorian phantom known as the Angel in the House (borrowed from Coventry Patmore’s poem celebrating domestic bliss) she wrote, “It is far harder to kill a phantom than a reality.” A Perfect ...
    • A Soft-Boiled Potato 

      Porter, Matthew
      It’s about as fun as watching paint dry. This play takes place in the home of aging drag queen Mizz Coral Durant as her borders with reality dissolve along with her relationship with man- servant Joey Boy. As the character ...
    • 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 ...
    • AOTA all of the above 

      Jones, Amy
      How is meaning made out of pain? How do you work through and alongside trauma and grief? What grows within a void? Questions of the self and its multiplicity, arranging and rearranging our lives and experiences through ...
    • Ask the Doctor, He Might Know! 

      Hauser, Nicolas
      This is the culmination of my own creation, a piece that represents what it means for me to be a writer, and what it means to be a person living, and dying in the world.
    • Asymptomatic 

      Noelle, Ashley
      Based on actual experiences, this fictionalized work explores trauma, its survivors, and the people in the trenches who are affected vicariously. Set in a psychiatric hospital, Asymptomatic journeys into the fragility and ...
    • Bed of Leaves 

      Sweeney, Nicholas Lee
      When her brother, Arthur, disappears, Cassie is the last to see him. Guilt-ridden and pushed aside by her mother, her classmates, and the very community she calls home, Cassie is forced to seek her answers in the one place ...
    • Behind the Curtain 

      Livadariu, Sabina
      This a testimony of dictatorship. A collection of personal memories and photographs that reflect the experiences of many. It is a look at the lives happening behind the curtain. And this curtain shifts its meaning throughout ...
    • Black Lake 

      Lybeck, Amanda
      Black Lake lives as a creative non-fiction essay, chapbook of poetry and video installation art piece, meditating on grief, loss, and the tenth anniversary of my father’s suicide. Born from a collection of poems, the works ...
    • Blueprint 

      Treado, Jennifer
      Blueprint is a set of 57 cards comprised of four different writing forms/constraints (erasure poetry, micro essay, short story, and freewriting) inspired by the author’s original Tarot deck. These 57 cards, their faces a ...
    • Excerpt from the Dakopeta Project 

      McCarthy, Thomas
      The following Excerpt from the Dakopeta Project is a purely auditory experience for reasons that are further gone into in the project’s Statement of Work on the following pages. What the whole project attempts to achieve, ...
    • Fountain; fragments and remains: an journal/essay of things orr Nude Descending a Staircase N°2; fragments and remains: a long form poem 

      Mosman Sinclair, William Sean
      What Fountain wants here is to be both signal and noise at the same time, so that the signal is noise and the noise signal, in a constant feedback loop (both negative and positive, destructive and constructive) refusing ...
    • Handmeal 

      Thompson, Siolotuma Elizabeth
      A monograph on savory pastry, this book explores meat pies from a historical, art historical, and contemporary viewpoint. From Italy to the South Pacific, Bolivia to England, these linked essays examine the migration of ...
    • Jason vs GIJOE 

      Tentor, Jason Michael
      Jason vs GI JOE is partly an exercise in autobiography, an experiment in relational aesthetics, and an interdisciplinary artist project at the intersection of comic books, creative writing and performance art. This comic ...
    • 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 ...
    • mung 

      Bae, Woogee
      This is an address of love. And the failed language that follows. Situated within spaces of waste and decay, the poems attempt to resurface buried or forgotten events, fragmented memories, in hopes of extending care to ...
    • Muses 

      Mandlin, Abigail Elaine
      Mental illness is a hurricane: It has no mercy; it takes no prisoners. When you’re in it, there’s nothing else to think of other than survival. The rain beats down on you; the winds are unceasing. But what of when it’s ...
    • Near Before and After 

      Oppegard, Katelyn
      How can you live in the present when the present is dead? Often travel writing centers itself around the belief that positioning yourself in foreign environments is the disconnect necessary to connect—connect with the ...
    • North of Nothing 

      BonnLuders, Aya Bram
      North of Nothing was sown in a psychiatry hospital unit as scribbles/seeds in a notebook, germinated into cotton, spun into fibers, woven into poetry, and finally sewn into a quilt. It is an exploration of and a meditation ...
    • Open Door Behind You 

      Segura, Stephanie
      Open Door Behind You aims to represent familial themes specific to one part of the spectrum of Latin-American heritage. All poems are creations of a hidden genealogy. The multi-media and experimental form allow the exploration ...