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  • [2014-09-12] Selections from SHADOWS OF CLOUDS ON THE MOUNTAINS 

    Smith, Mike
    The following essays are all chapters from a larger work, Shadows of Clouds on the Mountains, a sort of life-spanning nonfiction Ulysses, a literary mixtape in which every chapter takes a different form, and every chapter's ...
  • [2013-07-11] Skinning the Deer: A Love Story 

    Campbell, Heather
    This dissertation consists of a novel entitled Skinning the Deer: A Love Story. Alternating between the landscapes of New Mexico and rural Maine, the novel examines the life of tortured lesbian Hannah Huff and the brutal ...
  • [2012-07-05] Some Truths, Some Lies 

    Richardson, Suzanne
    A collection of short stories and nonfiction essays
  • [2011-08-17] Story of the Tierra Psycho 

    Serna, Rudolfo
    A novel that speculates on what would happen if a green sky appeared and all known electrical power stopped. The characters must move to survive as wild fires rage the mesa, wilderness, and riverside landscape.
  • [2009-01-29] Theatre/Games: The Poetics, Ludology & Narrative in Video Game and Dramatic Structure 

    Diel, Matt
    This paper discusses the potential avenues of relationship between interactive media, particularly video games, and more traditional forms of theatrical production. It looks at the major theoretical paradigms of game ...
  • [2013-07-11] This Side Up, Upside Down 

    Nunez, Adam Christopher
    This Side Up, Upside Down is a collection of one short novella and six short stories dealing with themes of guilt, disconnection, mis-creation, aging, death, grief, and time. The stories mostly follow the life of Theo ...
  • [2011-08-17] Twine Ball: Stories 

    Karas, Felicia Megan, 1983-
    This dissertation is comprised of seven works of short fiction that revolve around contemporary life in the Upper Midwest and a nonfiction critical preface that illustrates author’s creative concerns and influences in ...
  • [2014-09-12] Until We Sink and other stories 

    Glessner, Christina
    What follows is a short story manuscript by Christina Marie Glessner. Each of the stories take place in a fictionalized version of the author’s hometown, Carbondale, in northeastern Pennsylvania, home of the first underground ...
  • [2013-07-11] The Verging Cities 

    Scenters-Zapico, Natalie
    The Verging Cities is a collection of poems about the sister cities of El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua México. It is divided into four sections. The first takes place mostly in a domestic sphere exploring the ...
  • [2011-08-31] The View From Here 

    Tetangco, Samantha Erin
    Set against the backdrop of both San Francisco and Los Angeles, The View From Here is a community-based novel that alternates point of view between four characters: Jackie Saunders, an overnight desk clerk searching ...
  • [2012-07-03] What a Bitch: The Complexities of Gender in Playwriting 

    Chavez, Lawrence
    Harvesting pain to create difficult female characters that serve as the emotional catalysts for the plot is explored in my plays, Caballos Muertos and Señora de la Pinta. I discuss why I have chosen to reclaim the word ...
  • [2015-06-23] What Happens Next 

    Classon, Carrie
    "What Happens Next" is a memoir set in Nigeria, Tanzania, and the coast of Kenya. The story chronicles the author's loss of marriage, job, and home, and the journey to rediscovery of self.
  • [2012-08-28] When We Were Hunted 

    Lopez, Casandra
    When We Were Hunted is a cycle of short stories centered on the members of a California Indian/Mexican family grieving the loss of Michael, the complicated man they knew as a father and husband. The book spans four years ...
  • [2012-07-06] Winter Bird 

    Winder, Tanaya
    Winter Bird is a collection of fifty-one poems that delve into themes of loss, longing, and trauma present in Native American communities. Issues including suicide, alcoholism, and rape cover the historical landscape of ...
  • [2009-07-09] Writing the Warrior: A Latina Writes Latinas 

    Crespin, Patricia S.
    This paper discusses the relationship between Latina writer and her warrior woman character on the stage. It defines the warrior woman from an extrapolated viewpoint and it reveals the motivations behind the inspiration ...