The Offbeat: Volume 1is the inaugural title of The Offbeat literary collection series: a series devoted to publishing a divers selection of voices and to promoting contact and discussion among writers. The Offbeat is run entirely by Michigan State University students, with the goal of providing an alternative literary outlet for Michigan writers. The Offbeat: Volume 1features a selection of original fiction and poetry from a variety of authors, as well as commentary on Meg McClure, an emerging Michigan writer, written by Kathryn Tucker, and and Frank O'Hara, by Timothy Carmody.
From showing the world's right to the epoch of '76, and sketching the progress of the century in its wider aspect, a natural transition is to the part played in illustrating the period by the people from whose political birth it dates, and who have made the task of honoring it their own.
Literary collection originally published in 1908. Author: Malone Society Language: English Keywords: Literature Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. Obscure Press are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.
In July 2002, the second Deaf Way Conference and Festival took place at Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C., attracting more than 9,000 people worldwide. Researchers, artists, performers, and others converged to create a singular blend of scholarship and social interaction, which inspired The Deaf Way II Anthology. The Deaf Way II Anthology brings together stellar contributions by 16 international writers who are deaf or hard of hearing. This remarkable collection features poetry, essays, short stories, and one play, all of which offer thought-provoking perspectives on elements from the personal universes of these gifted authors. Many are United States writers well-known for their past ...
The Offbeat literary collection series is devoted to publishing a diverse selection of voices and to promoting contact and discussion among writers. The Offbeat is run entirely by Michigan State University students, with the goal of providing an alternative literary outlet for Michigan writers. This edition features an interview with noted author, W. S. Penn, plus a selection of original fiction, prose, and poetry from a variety of authors, including Daniel Klass, Timothy Carmody, Joshua Moon, Robert Brady, Mark Geralds, Andrew Hungerford, Jeremy Campbell, Gavin Craig, Ashley Honeysett, Andy McGashen, Colleen Farrow, Crystal Passmore, Jogn Garcia, De'Juan McDuell, Gregory Wright, Bailey Follette, and Brandon Connell.