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2019 New Releases

2019 New Releases

January 2019 The Cotton Breath, an allegorical novella [arts-based research] (Anaphora Literary, 2019) Who owns a life? Roman civil law was the basis for eighteenth century South Carolina slavery legislation, and partus sequitur ventrem meant literally “that which is brought forth follows the womb,” meaning a child was born a slave if the mother was a slave, freeRead more about 2019 New Releases[…]

Landscape at the edge of destruction

Landscape at the edge of destruction

Book Review of William LuvaasWELCOME TO SAINT ANGEL in THE WAGON MAGAZINE

Landscape at the edge of destruction
Reviewed by Robin Throne
What drives us to the edges of self-destruction? Ruin? What facilitates the need to protect a landscape that becomes us? Restores us? To protect a space where we at last find ourselves rooted- it is in this use of absurdity and humor amid a dreadful conflict that illustrates Luvaas’ masterful technique of shifting points of view and uses of shifting dialogues, interior to character-to-character, and gives voice to the landscape that underscores the quick pace of this read… Read more about Landscape at the edge of destruction

Hermeneutic Archival Research & Artistic License: Exhuming Dispossessed Sauk Voices through Creative Non-Fiction

Hermeneutic Archival Research & Artistic License: Exhuming Dispossessed Sauk Voices through Creative Non-Fiction

Poster Session ICQI_2018 Union Illini B May 17 1-2:20 pm Writing As Method Of Inquiry  Fourteenth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign ABSTRACT This research poster session uses Leavy’s Method Meets Art techniques to journey through a survey of the John Henry Hauberg papers at the Special Collections Thomas TredwayRead more about Hermeneutic Archival Research & Artistic License: Exhuming Dispossessed Sauk Voices through Creative Non-Fiction[…]