Medicine, Grief, and Narrative:
Understanding the Medical Humanities through To the Lighthouse
1st place Scholarly Writing Award
Where do we draw the line between
1st Place Poetry Award
Pawprints in the Snow
1st Place Co-winner, Poetry Award
Community as Collage, by Jeffrey Perek
The Survivors, by Matthew Hamon
Sailing, by Madeline Shepherd
The Inpatient, by Grace Stevens
Sunday Mornings, by Stephanie Crismariu
Movable Parts, by Kaylee Sergeant
If, by Josephine Myers
Authors & Artists
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A Literary Arts Magazine at Judson University
to drink coffee with a phantom
1st place creative writing award
Beyond the Dark of Humanity: The Vegetarian by Han Kang
Molecular Genetic Modifications in the Human Genome: Racial Discrimination as a Biological Stressor
Essays and Poems
A Grief Observed: Remembering Dallas Colburn and Nathanael Madison, by Bryan Tripp
Hometown, by K.C. Earls
Hi Sweetie, an essay on Alzheimer’s by Allyson Smith
God of My Salvation, by Anaiah Poston-Wilson
Studies of Intention. A senior exhibit in Draewell Gallery, Judson University. May 2021. By Katie Valeria. Enter the full gallery exhibit by clicking the link here.
Acrylic on board. 6″w x 9″h.
Bethany Newman. 2020.
Watercolor on Strathmore watercolor paper. 11″h x 15″ w.
Elisa Arce. 2020.
See more artwork in the full Gallery.
Dezaray Miller. 2020.
This issue of Gleaning is dedicated to the memory of Dr. Stuart “Doc” Ryder, who served Judson University for over fifty years as a professor, administrator, advisor, coach, and mentor. He was the architect of the Communication Arts program as well as the English literature and writing curriculum. He was much beloved by generations of students and colleagues and will be missed by all who knew him.
June 19, 1931-May 4, 2021.