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The Indian River Review: A Journal of Prose, Poetry, and Photography, Issue 2

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Scope and content:
At one time, memory was recorded by story tellers who kept oral records of the past. Since mankind has moved from an oral to a literate culture, documenting narratives and experiences has been the objective of writers and photographers. In this second issue of The Indian River Review, our contributors share their creative memories in different forms. Poets tell us about an overhead conversation that stings with criticism, a lost love who seems to disappear, a summer afternoon that stretches far ahead. Other authors carve out stories of their ancestors never met and parents they idolized. These textual memories are mixed in this issue with photographic evidence of time, moments of time that have been stopped for us to examine closely. The editors hope our readers will enjoy these shared memories a much as we have.
Title: The Indian River Review: A Journal of Prose, Poetry, and Photography, Issue 2.
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Name(s): Raulerson, Hank, Short Fiction Editor
Riddles, Allison, Poetry Editor
Powley, Tammy, Creative Non-Fiction/Photography Editor
Mallonee, Sarah, Criticism/Book Reviews Editor
Staats, Kristin, Creative Director/Graphic Design
Type of Resource: mixed material
Genre: Literature
Issuance: serial
Date Created: 2013-08-29
Publisher: Indian River State College
Place of Publication: Fort Pierce, Fla.
Physical Form: 80 pages
Scope and content: At one time, memory was recorded by story tellers who kept oral records of the past. Since mankind has moved from an oral to a literate culture, documenting narratives and experiences has been the objective of writers and photographers. In this second issue of The Indian River Review, our contributors share their creative memories in different forms. Poets tell us about an overhead conversation that stings with criticism, a lost love who seems to disappear, a summer afternoon that stretches far ahead. Other authors carve out stories of their ancestors never met and parents they idolized. These textual memories are mixed in this issue with photographic evidence of time, moments of time that have been stopped for us to examine closely. The editors hope our readers will enjoy these shared memories a much as we have.
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Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/irsc/fd/irsc_tirr_0002
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