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The Palouse Review, May 1st 2017 Edition

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Catalogue of previous editions listed below.

Fiction

2016

Statera by Teva Mayer

Crimson Stains by Anastasia Fish

2015

The “Perfect” Knight by Amethyst Freibott

2013

Victorious by Alex Dankers

The Universe House by Fiorella Grandi

A Wound to Close by Christine Rushton

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Nonfiction

2016

True Words by Kyle Strachila

Chasing Nothing by Rebecka Bence

2014

The Shooting Star of Metanville by Denali Pavlich Wheeler

Becoming the Fourth Notch by Hannah Ray Lambert

2013

Vanishing Point by Carly Jean Campbell

Nine Weeks by Elizabeth Graham

Blue Triangles, Yellow Stars by Josiah Wai

Ascending Faith by Josiah Wai

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Poetry

2016

Broken by Maria Wanner

In Another Life by Maria Wanner

2015

Touching by Amethyst Freibott

“Inside of Me by Nicole Widrig

2014

A Chilled Evening Stroll by Alice Tranum

What Remains of Olympus by Alice Tranum

Week 11 Poem by Shen Wu Tan

2013

Speaking Explains Why by Kaitlyn Kelly

Summers Past by Curtis Walton

Balancing Act by Curtis Walton

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Photography & Visual Art

2016

2015

2014

2013

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Digital Multimedia

WSU Snowday

by Garrett Kalt
Medium: Video

Garrett is a sophomore in Honors from Fallon, Nevada pursuing a major in communications and political science. Garrett serves as a Senator of the Associated Students of Washington State University, fosters a community as a Resident Advisor, and shares the love of his university as a member of the Student Alumni Ambassadors and campus tour guide. He hopes to use his skills and passion for leadership in the realm of politics as a communicator. Garrett is all about making memories, spending time with family and friends, and enjoying the outdoors.

Metanoia

by Risto McFeeley
Medium: Video

My goal for this video was to illustrate this realization through both my movement and the music. I wanted to show off some moves and combos that are definitively my own, not necessarily because they’re too hard for other freerunners, but because they’re just not things that other people would think to do. As far as the music goes, it’s Ecruteak City, my favorite place ever, even though it’s not actually real. Being an orchestrated version of a Pokemon song, it’s a mature package of something that’s still childish at heart, just like me! As much as I wish could say that I created this wonderful piece of music, I did not, and as such, all rights belong to the makers, not me.

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Music

2013

Opus 10- Patterns for Piano Four Hands by Travis Mallett

Recorded on 1/17/13 at the WSU Recording Studio with Jered Kostenko and Travis Mallett on piano.

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