Reading Time: 3 minutes “Not Perfect, but Good” By Rae Carlson Author’s Note: This poem reads two ways. Read it straight down as usual, then take a moment and
Reading Time: 3 minutes By Terry A. McCarl The most memorable experience of my one-year tour in Vietnam from December 68-November 1969 was on March 4, 1969. A couple
Reading Time: 3 minutes by Donald Dingman I’m only three months into my 72nd year, yet I can honestly say I have personally known a veteran from every U.S.
Reading Time: < 1 minutes Pissing in pairs before stringing the wire for our night camp perimeter as evening comes nearer, we’re pissing in pairs while passing the grass,
NeWP Spring Writing Marathon – Come Celebrate!
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Reading Time: 2 minutes Bill Smutko The green glow of the radium number on my watch show it’s three A.M. The rough sheets smell of laundry detergent and bleach.
Writing Lincoln Initiative Spring Marathon at Pioneers Park
Reading Time: < 1 minutes The Writing Lincoln Initiative is proud to invite you to the WLI Spring Writing Marathon. Following in the tradition of our NeWP collaborators, this writing
Reading Time: 3 minutes We’d been close friends once, he and I. But I’d gone off to have the Marines make a man out of me, and he’d stayed
Marathoning in the Museum
Reading Time: 4 minutes by Jan Knispel Slowly you enter the double doors of this old building and step up the stairs where numerous students have stepped before. You
I was into Conspiracy Theories before they were Cool – then they got kinda Scary
Reading Time: 5 minutes My Introduction to Conspiracy Theories I was 15 years old when 9/11 happened. Like many others in the U.S. I can remember exactly where I