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    • The Girls: Three Separate Works for the Screen 

      Castel, Katie (2018-05-29)
      <p>The Girls: Three Separate Works for the Screen</p> <p>Women play many roles throughout their lives, but perhaps the most underestimated relationships they experience are the ones they share with one another, specifically ...
    • Killing It 

      Bernier, Carolyn (2018-08-20)
      <p>Though Sloan has graduated college, she still lives with her parents in suburbia. It’s the late aughts and the economy has faltered. Poor job prospects dim Sloan’s view of life. She fights for a decent job and creative ...
    • The Lights 

      Sogunro, Anuoluwapo (2018-12-07)
      <p>Frank Monroe and Mira Suvari are fundamentally different. Mira is an optimist, while Frank is a pessimist with more experience. Told in nine chapters and a short story, The Lights explores the consequences of being ...
    • The Royals on West Ave 

      Eckhardt, Hannah (2018-12-17)
      <p><em>The Royals on West Ave </em>is a middle grade fiction novel centered around eleven year old Danielle, a girl who finds herself in a royal palace after her father disappears. Danielle’s unique world has many elements ...
    • The Awakening 

      Fernandez, Brittany (2018-12-17)
      <p><em>The Awakening</em> follows the path of four individuals who find themselves subject to an ancient legend. When Justice, Parker, Declan and Londyn come together for the first time, their powers surge and they discover ...
    • Encontra 

      Shaw, Rebecca (2019-05-01)
      <p><em>Encontra</em> is a fantasy romance novel of about 61,000 words. The story centers around Kyra and her four friends as they discover that they are the focus of a legend from a forgotten civilization. As she and her ...
    • BURNING RIVER 

      Beall, Kathy (2019-05-12)
      <p>Emmy lives in a sleepy New Mexico town in 1952, where she yearns to escape and experience adventure. Her answer appears when alluring and devilishly handsome Joseph arrives. No one trusts him, yet Emmy becomes caught ...
    • 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 ...
    • Enter the A.R.C. 

      Sogunro, Akintunde (2019-05-19)
      <p>Enter the galaxy Chronia, a massive collection of individual stars and planets, once living in blissful peace under the gentle rule of the late King Alastor, and his loyal White Blade guardians. After a sinister and ...
    • CLEAVAGE 

      D'Andrea, Catherine (2019-05-19)
      <p><em>Cleavage </em>is a collection of contemporary poems about the author’s experience with cancer, the effects of war, and relationships and nature. They attempt to identify opposing forces in the world and within ...
    • The Business of Travel Writing: The Creation of Accessible Family Travel Magazine 

      Bair, Suzanne (2019-05-19)
      <p>The Business of Travel Writing is a collection of business and technical documents created in the process of starting an online and print publication, Accessible Family Travel Magazine and other associated travel writing. ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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, ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 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 ...