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A Worldwide History Spanning Genocide for the Sake of Corporate Profit
A Worldwide History Spanning Genocide for the Sake of Corporate Profit is the title of a thesis consisting of four stories. Crosky’s Knife is presented first for the sake of allowing potential readers to embrace a sense ...
Caleb is a post-apocalyptic novel set in the Philadelphia suburbs. The novel begins fifteen years after a genetically engineered version of smallpox ravages the country, killing 90% of the population. The present tense of ...
"Barbarous Berlin": Narratives of Queerness, Space, Survival, and Memory in a Liminal City
The intent of my work is to explore the relationships between history, space, community, and movement in and through the city of Berlin throughout the last century. I trace common threads of liminality, memory, survival, ...
Edith: A Novel
Edith is a novel of historical fiction set in Rome, Georgia as the US enters World War II. The novel begins just after Edith Didon has lost her mother to a prolonged illness. Soon after, Edith moves into the city to pursue ...
Tending is a poetry collection concerned with the mutability of landscapes, stories, and relationships. In a mix of free-verse sonnets, found language, and discovered forms, these narrative poems listen for the old songs ...
The Hunting Ground and Other Stories
The Hunting Ground and Other Stories is a collection exploring themes of addiction, love and class within the landscape of New Jersey, the wilderness of Alaska, or the Adirondack Mountains. All characters had their formative ...
Ranging in subjects—from the destruction of Appalachian landscapes to observations of grief, from the wonderment of the natural world to the art of Pavel Tchelitchew—the poems in Edgeland question the indelible and cyclical ...
The Sugar Factory
Luke Banas is a young video artist who lives illegally in the disused Domino sugar refinery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. While his art is an attempt to fully record and share his own life story, developers want to tear down ...
I began working on what would become my thesis almost two years ago. At the time, I was becoming frustrated with the results of my writing and realized what was all-too-apparent to my professors and peers; namely, that my ...
The Long Shot
The following stories sew together parts and characters of Pennsylvania that can be neighbor to any, and with that, the reminder that family is the one thing everybody has to deal with and adapt to in order to survive.