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    • The Feminology of Spirit 

      Featherly, Lynarra Joan
      The work of the Feminology, in both process and product, is work born out of sifting through, listening and selecting-out from Hegel’s language in the preface to his Phenomenology of Spirit. The Feminology, then, is poetry ...
    • Water's Work 

      Baker, Sarah
      Water’s Work is a playful exploration of lyric poetry, etymology, and sound. The poems in this collection use repetition, often through off-rhyme, alliteration and consonance, to mimic the rhythm of water and its propelling ...
    • Remains 

      Seidemann, Katherine Marie
      to write requires dedication to word selection, imagery illumination, supple flow, integrity, faith, exploration. authors are embedded in their work. there is no way to be rid of the author. the ugliness, inhumanity, ...
    • A Nursery Rhyme from Another Summer 

      Thorlin, September Leigh
      Abstract: This thesis was written as an experimental memoir on abuse and recovery. It explores these topics through poetry, prose, and experimental non-fiction.
    • Why Are We Doing This? Oh That's Right Rock N' Roll, and Love, and Drugs, and Especially Best Friends! Let's Live Forever A Novella – Live. Smoke. Try Again. A Feature Film – If Not This 

      Bugni, Corbin Louis
      Why Are We Doing This? Oh That’s Right Rock N’ Roll, and Love, and Drugs, and Especially Best Friends! Let’s Live Forever. is a two part collection including the novella Live. Smoke. Try Again. and the feature film If Not ...
    • Manor of Memory 

      McCarthy, Nicole
      Memory begins in neurons, racing back and forth from the hippocampus to the cortex of the brain. This book explores how malleable and unreliable memory can be; how it manifests in the body: mentally, physically, emotionally; ...
    • POST 

      Hurtado, Amanda Lovisa
      POST is a book of poems in three sections that explore many different spatial and temporal aspects of the post especially as they relate to borders and boundaries that mark openings onto landscape and into the earth—from ...
    • The Anatomical Grip 

      Cabello, Yohandra
      Enhanced Agent Brynn’s effectiveness is questioned when a mission fails. Tormented by PTSD and family secrets, she must continue to carry out her job as a spy while battling an addiction to the drug that keeps her body ...
    • This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things 

      Fox, Terrell
      This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things is an experimental memoir about one Marine officer's experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan. It weaves together journal entries, short stories, and private reflections in an interrogation ...
    • Freedom to Fracture: Universal Human Rights as a Security Threat to a Multi-ethnic Russian Federation 

      Baker, Celia Anne
      This paper explores universal human rights as a security threat, as identified by the Russian Federation in security doctrines created during Putin’s third presidential term. Unlike other analyses of Russian security ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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, ...
    • —WEYOUI— 

      Babb, Jacquelyn
      [artist statement] WEYOUI want for words words written/uttered by others words forged/apparating in our own minds/mouths words clutched carefully/vehemently to validate, to soothe, to encourage words connecting us across ...
    • Unloader: How Wal-Mart Saved My Life 

      Griggs, Donna Lynne
      Unloader: How Wal-Mart Saved My Life is a self-reflective journey through loss, trauma, identity, and the significance of self-worth. This revealing memoir challenges the definitions of love and family as it expounds the ...
    • Unbound 

      Cortez, Cristina
      In the process of writing this memoir, I engaged with the following questions: How did the perceptions of family members, friends, and teachers, shape my earliest self-perceptions? 2. How did these points of view help or ...
    • The Streets Around Here Tell You Exactly Where You Are 

      Hogan, Dylan
      This is a series of reflections on pain, meaning making, memory, the body, and God. Through an exploration of significant personal encounter and the ways it intersects with global or distant calamity, I ask questions about ...
    • 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 ...
    • Soul of Zelda: A Memoir of an Ephemeral Being 

      Kopitch, Mitchell
      Hybrid document of memoir and fiction concerning fantasy, video games, and the ways in which game design nuance can be found in every day life. Particular attention is put on The Legend of Zelda from 1986, the first 3D ...
    • To the Moon I go and Other Stories 

      Nair, Subha Purushothaman
      What an astronomer or a physicist imagines is not what an astronaut or a spacecraft finds. All prominent astronomers including Aryabhata, Brahe, Kepler, and Galileo were astrologers too as at the time, astrology was a ...
    • 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 ...