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The Inkblot Spring, 2018 Issue 3: Three

The Inkblot Spring, 2018 Issue 3: Three

The Inkblot

May 15, 2018


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The theme of this Inkblot issue is “3.” This does not refer to anything specific, but rather to the vast range of things that can involve the concept of three. The pieces in this issue are the most freeform pieces of the Inkblot, as the simple topic allowed for the most freedom of expression and idea...

The Inkblot Spring 2018, Issue 2: Falling and Ascension

The Inkblot Spring 2018, Issue 2: Falling and Ascension

The Inkblot

April 16, 2018


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The themes of this Inkblot Issue are Ascension and Falling. Our authors have chosen to focus either on one or both of these themes. We chose these themes because of the breadth of creative space they provided our writers, and because of their interlinked nature. We hope our writers will use these themes ...

The Inkblot Spring 2018, Issue 1: Ignorance

The Inkblot Spring 2018, Issue 1: Ignorance

The Inkblot

March 20, 2018


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Ignorance is  a very versatile term. Ignorance can be blissful, like being a child and not having many responsibilities to attend to. Ignorance can also be quite the opposite: it can make us view situations with a blind eye, ignorance can simply mean you are unaware. Each piece included in this issue...

Rank Three: Chapter 3

Kristin Schmidt

March 15, 2018


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“I hate you so much,” Natalie grunted, dropping the massive pot into place. Al looked up from the notepad in his lap, smirking. “I don’t care, princess. Now, chop chop, those pots won’t clean themselves,” he replied. She groaned and straightened up, cracking her back. “Where on ea...

Rank Three: Chapter 2

Kristin Schmidt

December 6, 2017


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“I call shotgun!” Anna yelled, running out of the elevator.   Natalie rolled her eyes, adjusting her purse strap and following after her sister. Down the row of parking spaces, their old silver car chirped loudly, its lights flashing once. She walked down the aisle, watching Anna pull op...

My Potatoes

My Potatoes

Jaqulyn Stelmack, Guest Writer

December 6, 2017


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Running frantically around the kitchen, Wondering where they might have gone. I pause and turn, There my brother stands, He stares in fear, because he knows I know, HE STOLE MY POTATOES.   He stole my potatoes, my one and only love. I prepare for battle, for he must die.   ...

Camhanaich

Camhanaich

Dani Reese, Independent Writer

November 29, 2017


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Camhanaich I sit up in bed, Soft light filters through the blinds Of my bedroom window. There is not much. I don't have to wait For my eyes to adjust. I get out of bed. The window is cold; It reminds me of him. I sit on the section of roof Outside my room; Where we ...

Rank Three: Chapter 1

Kristin Schmidt

September 12, 2017


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“And in other news, the CEO of Allen Robotics has unveiled the newest model of the T987 home assistant droid, nicknamed the ‘Clarice’ model. This newest take on the popular home droid has an upgraded power module, a more advanced AI, and several new functions that CEO Williamson will reveal...

The Inkblot Spring 2017, Issue 3: Mirrors

<i>The Inkblot </i> Spring 2017, Issue 3: Mirrors

May 19, 2017


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The Inkblot Spring 2017. The topic for issue 3 was mirrors and the Creative Writing II students composed all of their pieces around this. The Editorial Board for this issue was Geonna Smith, Peter Redmond, Michelle Court, Isabella Morse, and David Wu. Together they worked to ensure the quality of the...

The Inkblot Spring 2017, Issue 2: Time

<i>The Inkblot</i> Spring 2017, Issue 2: Time

May 4, 2017


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The Inkblot Spring 2017. The topic for issue 2 was time and the Creative Writing II students composed all of their pieces around this. The Editorial Board for this issue was Opal Clarkson, Carter Etgen, Lauren Medlin, David Poling, and Kathy Xiao. Together they worked to ensure the quality of the is...

The Inkblot
Spring 2017, Issue 1: Light

<i>The Inkblot</i></br>Spring 2017, Issue 1: Light

March 28, 2017


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The Inkblot Spring 2017.  The topic is light. Creative Writing II students crafted pieces on this theme.  The Editorial Board members for this issue are Brionna Dallara, Alex Dressler, Daniel Pearce, Ariel Penland, Margaret Neumann, and Gabbie Zimmerman. This team worked closely with each other a...

The Inkblot: Ink Novels Part 3

Inkblot Staff, Creative Writers

December 7, 2016


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