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Southwinds: The Literary and Arts Magazine of Missouri S&T

Southwinds: The Literary and Arts Magazine of Missouri S&T

Article Title

Southwinds - Spring 1982

Authors

Streaming Media

Document Type

Journal

Table of Contents

School

Wasted Time by Rick Maness

Two O'clock Devils by Rhonda G. Miller

Momentously Mental by Floyd Klavetter

School-Sick by Randal S. Curtis

Two Rooms, Two Lifestyles by Joanne LaBerg

The Mailroom by David Wolonski

Family

Hillbilly Afternoon by Brian Glover

Emergency by Pat Wolford

The Divorce by Rhonda G. Miller

Little Brothers by Sheila O'Brien

Thoughts

Looking at the Stars by Joseph G. Fisher

Turned to Stone by David Randall

Visitor by Pete Burton

In Passing by Daniel R. Van Wijk

Destiny byDaniel R. Van Wijk

Quiet by Sherry Kyle

My Day by Bob Beckman

Dreams

The Land by Bill Horst

Shining Unicorns by Amy L. Carpenter

In the Night by Joseph G. Fisher

The Chase by Phil Kipping

Epiphaney by Bill Horst

Sex

Drugs, Sex, and Rock'n'Roll by Brian Glover

Blind Date by Eva Freund

Cherry Picking by Randal S. Curtis

Photograph
by Martha Nussbaum

Abstract

Southwinds is published by the Southwinds club of UMR and is entirely produced by the students of UMR.

Publication Date

Spring 1982

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Southwinds Staff

Joseph Fischer, Editor

Editorial Staff

Jon Mittler
Kathy Moran
Martha Nussbaum

Cover Design

Martha Nussbaum

Logos by

Jon Mittler

The staff would like to extend their gratitude and appreciation to those who have made this magazine possible. To our advisor, Professor Gene Warren, a special big thanks for his guidance in answering our myriad questions on how to produce a literary magazine; to Bob Blaylock for his technical assistance; Dean Barker, Associate Dean Cogell, and Student Council for their interest and support. A special thanks to Jon Mittler for his preparation of the photography and artwork; to Martha Nussbaum and Kathy Moran for typing and arranging the prose and poetry. Finally, we would like to thank the English Department for their patience when we invaded their office to type the manuscript. Southwinds is published by the Southwinds club of UMR and is entirely produced by the students of UMR.