Bird bathing in street gutter, September 1931



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: A place to die / Charles Powers -- The gods of Easter / Thomas Eagles -- Search / Patrick Kelley -- "Mine eye runneth down with water," Evocations / John Stearns -- Target practice / Patrick Kelley -- In thinking of all my dying friends / Richard Gunn -- The sound of water only / Brenda Robert -- The birth of the death (from The principles of Cendarius) / Leon Frick -- For you / Charles S. Lovell -- Sharing / Charles S. Lovell -- Rak'ah / Keith LeQuey -- "This, that you call love" / James G. Van Buren -- Waiting for the ducks / Michael Dry -- [Untitled artwork] / Karen McAuley -- [Untitled artwork] / Suzy Clark -- [Untitled artwork] / Royce Keyser -- [Untitled artwork] / Marjorie Moore -- [Untitled artwork] / Richard Eugene Johnson -- [Untitled artwork] / Hal Lund -- [Untitled artwork] / James McKinley -- [Untitled artwork] / Mary Ann Kice
Citation: Johnson, R.L. (Ed.). (1962). Touchstone, 4(1).
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