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Bryant Literary Review

Volume 1 (2000)

Editors' Notes


We are pleased to present the inaugural issue of the Bryant Literary Review, (BLR). The inception of the BLR began at the end of the last century, when Professor Jeannette White and a group of students published Surge, a literary magazine containing the work of Bryant College students. Since that time an increased interest in poetry, fiction, and the arts has given birth to the idea of creating a national journal. The result is BLR.

We owe much thanks to the Bryant Arts Association, and to our contributors for helping the magazine get started and believing in the success of the project. We also thank the hundreds who submitted material, but whose work we could not publish at this time. Thanks, too, goes to the local Rhode Island newspapers, The Woonsocket Call and The Pawtucket Times, as well as Bryant College Academic Affairs, Institutional Advancement, and the Department of English & Humanities for their generous contributions.

Please enjoy our first issue!

Chuck Jarvis
Kimberly Pike
Student Editors

Title Page

Table of Contents

Editors' Note

Contributors

Cover

Fiction

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Biographers
Greg Ames

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A Bird's Death
Dana Lauren

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Librarian
Tim Myers

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After Ellis Island
Albert Sgambati

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Fate
Albert Sgambati

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Inside Here
Diana Spechler

Poetry

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Hum of Thoughts
C. J. Morrissey

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Dedication
Allan Peterson

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Handwriting
Ace Boggess

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The Word Box
Christopher Brookhouse

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Fair Trade
Cathleen Calbert

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Bread
Sean Thomas Dougherty

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Daughter
Richard Dry

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Pedagogy
Allison Joseph

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Snow
Janet McCann

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Upon Awakening
Janet Proulx

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The Hand
Brady Rhoades

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Documentary
J. R. Solonche

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Itinerary
Susan Wallack

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Minuet
Gary J. Whitehead

Editors

Fiction Editor
Joseph Urgo
Poetry Editor
Tom Chandler
Managing Editor
Miriam Perry
Student Editors
Chuck Jarvis, Kimberly Pike
Student Readers
Chuck Jarvis, Kimberly Pike, Brenda Kahler, Jackie Girvois, Scott Marks, nate Gill, Dmitri Bichko, Geoffrey Jarok