Journal – No. 15
Spring/Summer 2011 – Vol. 8, No. 1
B. J. Hollars, "In Defense of Sasquatch"
David LeGault, "I Am a Fan of Charles Martin Smith"
Aisha Sabatini Sloan, "Fade to White"
Ryan Van Meter, "Look at me"
Matthew Baker, "An Interview with Michael Martone"
Jensen Beach, "Water Festival"
Jimmy Chen, "Again St."
Benjamin Rybeck, "Dad Stuff"
William Wall, "I Bought a Heart"
Kellie Wells, "The Sorrows"
Naomi J. Williams, "Folie à Plusieurs"
Kevin Wilson, "The Human Element in the Machine Process"
Alice Bolin, "Antiphon"
Matthew Dickman, "I MADE YOU DINNER BOB KAUFMAN!"; "I MISS YOU ALLEN GINSBERG!"
Ansel Elkins, "On Leaving the Boy in the Battlefield"
Matthew Gavin Frank, "Monarch"; "Luciferase"
Roy Giles, "Before I Go to Bed"
Benjamin S. Grossberg, "The Space Traveler and the Doppler Effect"
James Allen Hall, "Love Story"; "Two Stories Ending Under an Overcast Sky"
T. J. Jarrett, "We Go to the River and Will Always Return"
Joy Manesiotis, "Skein"
Scott Minar, "Pecadillo"; "Reading the Odyssey"
Gretchen Steele Pratt, "Exodus of the Skyscrapers"
Maxine Scates, "Sirkian"
Claire Sylvester Smith, "Luxuriant"
Ryan Teitman, "Circles"
Jake Adam York, "Letter Written in the Breath"
Carrie Dashow and Jesse Pearlman Karlsberg, "Subliminal History of New York State: Route of Progress"
Where We’re @
Eduardo Gabrieloff, “Humbolt Park”
Harmony Neal, “Detroit, City of the Future”
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School of Art and Design
Robert and Kay Merrick
Melvin A. Skvarla
Janice N. Harrington and Robert Dale Parker
Keri Kaeding and Steve Danzer
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