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Wabash Review 2018 Final Pages
Dr. Richard Gunderman – Indiana University Mary Shelley had many reasons to be concerned with motherhood and the consequences of motherlessness. Her mother, Mary Wollstonecraft, one of the greatest feminists ever to write in the […]
Poem by Christian Lopac. This poem was published in the Spring 2016 Wabash Review. I cried today. In front of my boss. It was that moment of time where tears drown your throat and you decide to […]
Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein shines a withering light on the human longing for divinity. Among the powers traditionally associated with the divine are three: to create life, to restore life, and to inspire worship. These divine […]
Poem by Steve Bazin. This poem was published in the Spring 2016 Wabash Review. Slouch behind grimy plywood, hastily spray painted black. Set up shop for the night. Sneak a bottle of what might be […]
Poem by Justin Thomas. This Poem was published in the Spring 2016 Wabash Review Do you remember when mom was in school— hours away in Springfield? We lived with grandma. I was the younger […]