Poetries, stories and art by 18 Fort Hays State University students, staff and alumni are featured in the 2008 edition of the student literary and arts journal, "Lines from the Middle of Nowhere."
The journal is available in the Moss-Thorns Gallery of Art in Rarick Hall and in the Department of English, also in Rarick Hall, third floor.
"This journal provides a showcase for the best of the creative and literary arts at FHSU," said Catherine "Katie" Edwards, Hays senior, editor for the 2008 edition. "I am proud to have played a part in the production of 'Lines.'"
Cameron Bashaw, Overland Park senior served as assistant editor. She will be the editor for the 2009 edition.
All submissions are read in an anonymous process by an editorial board of students, who can be in any major or grade classification. Board members make decisions on what to include, artistic considerations affecting the organization, and financial factors to determine the number of pages and copies printed. FHSU Printing Services prints 500 copies of the journal once a year.
Submissions for the 2009 edition of "Lines" are due by Feb. 13, 2009. Applications for the 2009 Editorial Board are due by Oct. 3, 2008. Queries should be sent to the student editor, Cameron Bashaw, by e-mail email@example.com. "I encourage students in all majors to consider applying to join the Editorial Board. But remember that current policy is that board members are not eligible to submit work to that year's edition of "Lines." And I welcome anyone's questions and suggestions for the journal" said Bashaw.
Literature or artwork by 18 FHSU students, faculty and alumni is in the 2008 edition of "Lines." Their academic majors at FHSU included art, biology, communication studies, English, education, graphic design, history, physics and studio art. Students are listed by hometown, classification and major.
Abilene: Phillip Van Horn, senior, English and education.
Ellis: Janetta Heroneme, B.S. elementary education, 1995.
Hays: Bryan Gilligan, senior, graphic design; David Goodlett, history faculty; and Michelle Swayne Goff, B.A. English, 2007.
Hill City: Morgan Chalfant, graduate student, English.
Idalia, CO: Reece Farness, senior, graphic design.
Kansas City: Dominique Weismiller, senior, English.
Kirkwood, Mo.: Terry Deal Waggle, A.B. English, 1961.
Macksville: Jessie Maseberg Irvin, B.A. physics and English, 2008.
Manhattan: Wade Christian, junior, art.
Marquette: Nicole Thibodeau, graduate student, art
Natoma: Brenda Gemboys, senior, studio art.
Russell: Gretchen Thyfault, freshman, biology.
Salina: Amanda N. Gawith, graduate student, communication studies.
Wakarusa: Clinton Marstall, graduate student, art.
Wichita: John Stadler, senior, graphic design; and Alexandra Walston, senior, English and education.