Recent Submissions

  • How to Heal the Sick in Three Easy Steps 

    Hayes, David (2016-12-31)
    <p><em>How to Heal the Sick in Three Easy Steps </em>is a 72,000 word literary fiction novel set in present day Waterbury, Connecticut that explores faith healing in the Christian community, religion that unites instead ...
  • The Familiars and Other Stories 

    Cummins, Ewan (2016-05-08)
    <p>ABSTRACT</p> <p><em> The Familiars and Other Stories</em> spans other times and other worlds: Michigan Territory during the War of 1812, Seleucid Palestine, feudal Japan, and a hidden world of horror in the contemporary ...
  • What I Learned From Friday Nights 

    Turley, Beth (2016-05-22)
    <p><em>What I Learned from Friday Nights</em> is a 50,000 word contemporary young adult novel on the issues that keep teenagers quiet. The novel focuses specifically on the topic of abortion and the emotional complications ...
  • ANXIOUS: SAVING MY SELF FROM MY BRAIN 

    Veazey, Karen (2016-05-22)
    <p>ANXIOUS: SAVING MY SELF FROM MY BRAIN is the story of a childhood and adolescence colored by depression and anxiety. In raw, personal moments, the memoir explores how untreated psychological problems impact a developing ...
  • Firefly 

    Munver, Sharmil (2020-12-18)
    <p><strong>Summary</strong></p> <p>My story, <em>The Promise,</em> is a work of science fiction. It unfolds from two points of view: Maya Lee the human protagonist, and Ben, the alien main character.</p> <p>Maya, a loner, ...
  • Rocky Rhode: An Ice Cream Lover's Guide to Rhode Island 

    Clark, Molly (2020-12-18)
    <p><em>Rocky Rhode: An Ice Cream Lover’s Guide to Rhode Island</em> features forty-seven ice cream destinations, about four hundred lodging, restaurant, and attraction destinations spread across twenty-nine cities and ...
  • Scanning Jordan 

    McCadden, Jessica (2016-05-22)
    <p><em>Scanning Jordan</em> is a 56,000-word young adult dystopian novel about a sixteen-year-old girl in the near future who lives with the compound of Ubble, a powerful corporation that is taking over the world and ...
  • Just Your Average Flag Twirler 

    Nevin, Chelsea (2020-12-01)
    <p><em>Just Your Average Flag Twirler</em> is a coming of age story about Darlene “Weezy” Weasner, a sixteen-year-old girl who loves color guard. Ever since she joined marching band in ninth grade, she’s created a family ...
  • At the Altar of the Past 

    farina, ronald; Farina, Ronald (2020-12-20)
    In October 1966, Tad Forte said goodbye to Ellis Buck and joined the war in Vietnam. Before he left, he slipped a ring on Ellis’s finger. She promised to wait for his return, but a promise, when the world is at war, is a ...
  • The 36th Line 

    Striano, Hope (2020-05-17)
    <p>Abstract</p> <p><em>The 36<sup>th</sup> Line</em> is a full-length drama that uses humor, sometimes bordering on slapstick, to diffuse the intensity of family obligations and a daughter’s need to break free of them. It ...
  • On Good Authority 

    McGuckin, Briana (2020-05-30)
    <p><em>On Good Authority</em> is a Victorian Gothic novel. It begins with two workhouse adolescents sneaking away to play a game: Marian acts the part of a thief, and Valentine arrests and punishes her. This awakens a sense ...
  • Arol's Verse 

    Dyer, Brendan (2020-05-15)
    <p><em>Arol’s Verse</em> is a novella in verse that tells the story of a mariner who leaves Denmark (identified as Dane-land) in search of the hero, Beowulf, in order to save the people of Heorot from the monster, Grendel.</p>
  • Spellbound 

    Arce, Ivette (2020-05-17)
    <p>Spellbound is a 72,000-word modern teen fantasy novel told from the perspectives of both the monstrous, magical creature who’s abducted a prince, and the sixteen-year-old girl who sets out to rescue him.</p> <p>Angel ...
  • The Look-Back Window: A Journalist's Memory of Murders, Men, and the Media 

    Peterson, Lisa (2019-12-19)
    <p>Journalist Lisa N. Peterson in her true-crime memoir, <em>The Look-Back Window: A Journalist’s Memory of Murders, Men, and the Media, </em>revisits her life as a newspaper reporter in the 1980s when she covered the ...
  • Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Curtain 

    Bonanni, John (2019-12-20)
    <p>ABSTRACT</p> <p>Typical show business stories usually default to a fiery exposé of debauchery and bacchanalian excess designed to sell in those twirling display carousels at airport newsstands. But what about the untold ...
  • Shadow Selves: A COLLECTION OF SHORT HORROR STORIES 

    Frulla, Gabrielle (2019-12-16)
    <p>Horror stories are amongst the oldest forms of entertainment. The horror genre has focused on death, evil, demons, and life. The genre plays with the darker side of our psyches—the shadow self—and creates monsters, ...
  • Failed States 

    O'Donnell, Justin (2019-12-16)
    <p>Failed States is a work of speculative fiction about a near-future America facing extinction. Relying on examples of historical and literary fiction in research for this project, the student explored techniques like ...
  • The Riders Washed Ashore 

    Heller, Mattea (2019-12-18)
    <p>A seaside Connecticut town falls into economic ruin after a roller coaster disaster leaves twenty-one riders dead. Thirty years later, these same victims emerge from Long Island Sound and play on the beach as if no time ...
  • Fifth Force 

    Gordon, Melissa (2015-12-23)
    <p>Inspired by the four forces of quantum physics and the emergence of a possible fifth force influencing gravitational laws, this book of love poems probes the hidden energy between individuals. <em>Fifth Force</em> ...
  • Reflections of a Father and Daughter 

    Hudson, Kevin (2019-05-19)
    <p>Gottfried, a glass-maker, and his daughter Rose, a budding herbalist, are victims of the historical period in which they live. After losing two family members to plague, they move westward to settle in Metz. In their ...

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