Touchstone, Spring 2015

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dc.contributor Schober, Carmen 2018-05-17T18:56:24Z 2018-05-17T18:56:24Z
dc.description Touchstone is Kansas State University's student-edited literary arts magazine that showcases literary work by graduate and undergraduate students. It is published annually each spring by the College of Arts and Sciences with assistance from Kansas State University's creative writing faculty, the Fine Arts Council, and the English Department.
dc.description CONTENTS: Mojave / Hannah Martin -- Vessel / Darlene Clark -- Wanderings I / Hillary Hendricks -- Like poetry / Hillary Hendricks -- Mothers / Chelsea Eckert -- Natural state / Chelsea Eckert -- The furnace man plays / Brennan Bestwick -- Euforia / Vivian Calderon -- Injury / Domenic J. Scopa -- House fire / Domenic J. Scopa -- Imagination / Marcus Gilbert -- Arisen clatter / Marcus Gilbert -- Ghost stories / Jake Sauls -- The playwrights & actors of America & other countries / Michael Garrett Ashby II -- Collect and find / Mary Gordon -- Good brew / Mary Gordon -- And a song played on like nothing was wrong / Lacey Brummer -- Reading / Elizabeth Culpepper -- Public school / Samantha Peterson -- Featured artist: Amanda Olinger / Carmen Schober -- Neon dreaming / J. Tanner Rush -- We never traded better than beneath the boulders / Peter Williams -- Transgression / Amy Bosch
dc.description Citation: Schober, C. (Ed.). (2015). Touchstone, Spring.
dc.publisher Kansas State University
dc.rights In Copyright
dc.subject.LCSH College students' writings, American--Kansas--Manhattan--Periodicals
dc.title Touchstone, Spring 2015
dc.type Text 2015
dc.citation.issue Spring
dc.subject.AAT Serials (publications)

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