Manhattan City Park pavillion, Manhattan, KS, December 27, 1933



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.
CONTENTS: The cage / C. W. E. Bigsby -- Observations from a scenic-car / Hjohnsanders -- ... O'clock, and all is well / Hjohnsanders -- A poem / Bernard R. McDonald ? A simple adventure (dialogue in comic-tragedy) / Bernard R. McDonald -- Sculpture / Dave Haines -- Woodcut / Jack Britton -- From the coffee house after the blast, or Who flicked their ashes in my coffee? / Sidney Cherpitel -- First journey / Sidney Cherpitel -- A long time until morning / James Angle -- Assemblage / Dwight Rieke -- Assemblage / Russell Johnson -- A poem / Linda Peterson -- A poem / C. W. E. Bigsby -- Isaac / Nancy Larsen Sanders -- Cover / Dave Haines
Citation: Angle, J.B. (Ed.). (1963). Touchstone, 5(1).
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