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Literature Archive
The Way I Remember The Wind
Title: The Way I Remember The Wind
Author: Daniel Bridgefarmer
Published: August 25, 2009
A lyric by troubadour, Daniel Bridgefarmer.
Dangling In My Mouth
Title: Dangling In My Mouth
Author: John Sercer
Published: August 3, 2008
"Dangling In My Mouth" is a personal reflection on, a general celebration of, and a redemption from, the loss of innocence, set in the wake of a dead friend.
Four Lyric Poems
Title: Four Lyric Poems
Author: Benjamin Pletcher
Published: August 3, 2008
Four lyric poems by poet Benjamin Pletcher.
Three Poems
Title: Three Poems
Author: Gregory Roper
Published: May 14, 2008
These three poems were written over a long span of time, with completely different purposes, backgrounds, and modes of thought
Three Poems by Carlos Germán Belli
Title: Three Poems by Carlos Germán Belli
Author: Karl Maurer
Published: March 26, 2008
This article includes three poems and one prose piece by living Peruvian writer, Carlos Germán Belli, translated and read by Karl Maurer.
Title: Buried
Author: Joseph Thompson
Published: March 22, 2008
The following compositions are episodes from a novel in progress entitled Not So The Wicked.
Do Not Go Gentle
Title: Do Not Go Gentle
Author: The Irving Renaissance
Published: February 1, 2008
Creative chapbook from the Irving Renaissance.
Forty Days
Title: Forty Days
Author: Christopher Funk
Published: October 1, 2005
A deeply pensive, young Jerome creates metaphors drawn from every day moments for both his newly manifest faith in Christ, and for the redemption of a distant father and his son.
Story VI
Title: Story VI
Author: Tom Ellis Richmond
Published: August 1, 2005
A heartsick youth returns to his hometown lake, gathers past memories from the shore, and throws them back into the placid water along with stoic thoughts colored with word play.
In The Fall
Title: In The Fall
Author: Cody Metcalfe
Published: July 1, 2005
A short story about breaking hearts by severing love's potentials.
5 Poems
Title: 5 Poems
Author: Erin Lynch
Published: June 1, 2005
Five collected poems and lyrics, laden with love, sexuality, and coming of age.
Don't Be Cruel
Title: Don't Be Cruel
Author: Alison Andrews
Published: May 1, 2005
A tragic consequence to severing the capacity for love.
Chuck Wright: Male, Republican
Title: Chuck Wright: Male, Republican
Author: Ray Weyandt
Published: April 1, 2005
The paths of two very different people cross and are sown together with Weyandt's particular sense of detail and humor.
Friday - Sunday
Title: Friday - Sunday
Author: Jonathan Lipps
Published: December 5, 2004
In two compelling historical narratives, Judas and Mary Magdalene recount the betrayal and resurrection of Jesus.
The Body His Son
Title: The Body His Son
Author: Jeremy Light
Published: November 8, 2004
A story of joys born from great tragedy, told from characters’ differing points of view.
The Misfit Pastor
Title: The Misfit Pastor
Author: David Sherwood
Published: October 10, 2004
Inspired by Flanner O’Connor, this story follows a day of ideological twists and turns in the life of a young pastor, and ends with a discussion raw with a strange wisdom shared by a certain cellmate.
Just Chocolate Syrup
Title: Just Chocolate Syrup
Author: Cameron Strittmatter
Published: September 26, 2004
Strittmatter records the musings of a youth, realtime visions of grandeur conjured by a provocative prank born of grand imaginative deviance.
British Literature Survey To The 1780s (In Limericks)
Title: British Literature Survey To The 1780s (In Limericks)
Author: Victor Scherb
Published: September 13, 2004
Scherb wraps the curriculum of his British literature class into limericks laden with wit and pleasurable puns.
Sometimes Flowers Assault In Droves
Title: Sometimes Flowers Assault In Droves
Author: Tom Ellis Richmond
Published: August 30, 2004
Richmond's characters are still but run deep, and emerge from confusion into clarity through lyric language, and a narrator that will itself keep you reading: a picture only says what a camera can't.
Title: Gravel
Author: Cassidy Norvell
Published: August 15, 2004
Norvell writes a tragic story set in a haven shared by two lifelong friends, and about its lifelong disintegration.
Ira And The Buck: A Minnesota Woods Story
Title: Ira And The Buck: A Minnesota Woods Story
Author: C.J. McFee
Published: July 11, 2004
Inspired by interviews conducted with a Wadena Mn. elder, this is a story of man's age-old battle with nature, himself, and the inevitable changes of frontier life, all amidst the beauty of the northern pines.
Lead Sinks To The Bottom Of Every Cup
Title: Lead Sinks To The Bottom Of Every Cup
Author: Tom Ellis Richmond
Published: June 28, 2004
Richmond's narrative style hurls us through the tumultuous experiences of a tragic coming of age experience, and leave us staring down the barrel of a warm gun.
Truth Be Told
Title: Truth Be Told
Author: Tom Ellis Richmond
Published: May 30, 2004
This short story is the first chapter of a collection of stories we feature that focus on narrative structure and perspective: each story is told from the perspective of an inanimate object.