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This is the sixth issue of Zephyr, the University of New England's journal of creative expression. Since 2000, Zephyr has published original drawings, paintings, photography, prose, and verse created by current and former members of the University community. Zephyr's Editorial Board is made up exclusively of matriculating students.

Form/Genre

Periodicals

Language

English

Publication Date

Spring 2005

Keywords

Prose, Poetry, Pen and Ink Drawings, Photography, Students

Disciplines

Art and Design | Creative Writing | Interdisciplinary Arts and Media | Photography

Catalog Record

View Zephyr's UNE Library catalog record.

Notes

Faculty Advisor for Zephyr Spring 2005: Susan McHugh

Cover Photograph by Raymond DuDevoir.

Contributors:

George M. Young, Electricity; Rebecca Wood, Exist; VR, Self-Preservation (a song); Joy Guerrieri, Words; Cynthia Simon, How the Moon Shone Full: A Children’s Creation Story; Erin M. Kenney, Cry Consideration (Consider Me); Rebecca Wood, Sparks; George M. Young, The Worker; Rebecca Wood, Vintage; Joy Guerrieri, November Morning; VR, A Plea; Rebecca Wood, Letter to a Friend; VR, It Doesn’t Have to Be Love; Kim Prestridge, Him and Mine; Erin M. Kenney, Respuestas; Kim Prestridge, (Untitled); VR, Maine Spring; Leslie Ricker, A Thicket of My Own; Catherine E. Giaquinto, 13 Haiku; Joseph Mahoney, Aline in Her Alice Blue Gown; Jessica A. Lemire, Everything Beautiful; Jeffrey Beau Winner, For the Passion of Life and Self; Liz Andrews, Sweet Summer; Visual Art by: Allison Buttiglieri, Raymond DuDevoir, Margaret Chabot, Nancy Rankin, Amber L. Beitler, Chris Newton, Rebecca Buttigilieri, Matthew Bibeau, Randall C. Thomas, Jr., Kathryn Dalton, Brenda Jaye Johnson, Michelle Clark.

Zephyr: The Sixth Issue
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