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Aspect Magazine (Digital Humanities Initiatives)

Aspect magazine (1969-1980) was the creation of Edward J. Hogan, of Somerville, Massachusetts. Hogan was a history major at Northeastern University in March of 1969 when he launched a magazine featuring social and political commentary by a small group of university students. Hogan subsequently expanded that magazine to include poetry, fiction, graphic design, and literary news and reviews. Aspect published many writers, poets, and artists that represented the “Boston Scene” of the late 1960s and 1970s.

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Mark My Words (Journal & Peer-Reviewed Series)

Mark my Words is a final project from Melissa DiPalma’s fall 2013 Book and Magazine Design course. Graphic design students used short stories and creative nonfiction pieces written by Keene State College English and writing minors to design a literary magazine. Mark my Words also serves to demonstrate the kinds of cross-disciplinary collaborations that currently happen in the School of Arts and Humanities.

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Strigidae: a Journal of Undergraduate Writing is a peer-reviewed online journal dedicated to publishing writing by undergraduate students. We are committed to making student writing available to a broad audience of students, scholars, and teachers. We welcome all forms of writing, including creative nonfiction, writing in the disciplines, poetry and fiction.

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Studies in New England Geography

Studies of New England Geography began 1986 as an initiative of the Geography Department at Keene State College. The series provided a publishing venue for scholarly articles and studies about New England geography. The last issue of the series was published in 2014.

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