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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Fake Chill, 2022

Identifier: cw_2022spring_kirkland_colin.pdf
Overview "Fake Chill grapples with my ongoing quest to get real with myself, and in turn, the world around me. In nine essays, I come to terms with how I move through the world, while attempting to hone my craft. Eventually, I'm able to understand what it means to rely on myself as a person and a writer, and how that self-reliance provides me with the confidence to pursue difficult questions on the page. Through this examination comes the diligence to explore my relationship with my father, race,...
Dates: 2022

Notes from the End of the World, 2019

Identifier: cw_2019spring_kho_jenny.pdf

"In a series of reflective essays, observations, and narratives, this work examines connections between the self, nature, and one's place in the universe. Topics explored within include surfing, traveling, flight, flora, and extinction. Much of the work is lyrical and/or conversational in nature to allow for natural digressions into other disciplines (i.e. biology, music, history)." -- Abstract

Dates: 2019

Put Your Problems in a Box, 2019

Identifier: cw_2019spring_harrington_christian.pdf
Overview "'Put Your Problems in a Box' is a collection of nonfiction humor essays about my difficult time navigating a simple life. With an emphasis on my tireless inner monologue, the essays show the perspective of a man at the mercy of an admittedly imperfect thought process. Despite covering a wide range of topics, including youth football, occupational ennui, and refrigerated dog limbs, the essays form a cohesive collection due to the self-aware and self-deprecating lens through which I examine...
Dates: 2019