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One Professor’s Story of Publishing in Academia By Dr. Robert Hanna

One Professor’s Story of Publishing in Academia By Dr. Robert Hanna

When I was asked by The Well to reflect on my experiences as a published author, the timing of the request was quite interesting.  The immediately preceding e-mail letter in my in-box was an editor’s acceptance letter and contract for a two-part article that I […]

6 Places to Submit Your Writing and Art by Grace Bollhagen

6 Places to Submit Your Writing and Art by Grace Bollhagen

Have you created something special and want to share it with the world? Do you want to be a published artist or writer? Here are six great literary magazines for undergraduates to send in submissions, other than the campus Inkwell Magazine, of course. Submitting is […]

Game-Movies: The Growth of a Genre by Abigail Merritt

Game-Movies: The Growth of a Genre by Abigail Merritt

  Because of the rushed game based on the hit movie, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, the popular game company, Atari, developer of Pong, nearly closed its doors for good due to financial loss during the North American Videogame Crash of 1983. Never again to rise to […]

Interview with Laura Sonnek by Zayne Engel

Interview with Laura Sonnek by Zayne Engel

Zayne Engel recently interviewed student Laura Sonnek to find out about her studies at Bethany, as well as her plans for the future as an artist. What got you interested in painting? I always loved drawing growing up as a kid, and my favorite restaurants […]

Michael Torres Profile by Leif Johnson

Michael Torres Profile by Leif Johnson

Against Expectation When I think of a poet, I tend to think of a “hipster.” I think of someone who wears the latest trends of clothing for fashion’s sake. I think of someone who wears a snapback hat with shades and drives an older, beaten-up […]

Review of Eula Biss’ The Balloonists by Leah Zacate

Review of Eula Biss’ The Balloonists by Leah Zacate

“What if an entire generation were to reject their central story line?” asks Eula Biss in The Balloonists, a book that is part poetry, part creative essay. Biss draws heavily from her own life in creating this assembly of anecdotes of both her life and […]

Interview with Emily Kjeer by Zayne Engel

Interview with Emily Kjeer by Zayne Engel

Recently, Staff member Zayne Engel sat down with Emily Kjeer, Inkwell’s Programs Editor, to talk about how she got started as a writer and what publishing her own work has been like. Below is their interview. Who/what inspired you to start writing? Actually, it was […]

Lloyd the Deplorable by Kristina Carpenter (with author commentary)

Lloyd the Deplorable by Kristina Carpenter (with author commentary)

Lloyd the Deplorable Scene 1 Henrik, a young man in his twenties, walks into the lobby of his apartment building to find AGATHA, who is roughly the same age and is sporting a wedding ring, waiting. AGATHA. Good morning, have you seen your grandmother today? […]

Ariadne by Maren Thompson (with Author Commentary)

Ariadne by Maren Thompson (with Author Commentary)

Ariadne When you found me I was burdened and laden With secrets and responsibilities: There was a maze and labyrinth And a monster on my mind. You, a thinker, You dared to surmount this maze, This labyrinth that no man Dared attempt before With any […]

21-Day Writing Challenge

21-Day Writing Challenge

THE 21-DAY WRITING CHALLENGE IS UNDERWAY Participate in Inkwell’s Annual Writing Challenge! The challenge begins Sunday, November 5th. Write 400 Words daily for 21 Days Complete 15 days to be entered in a drawing Complete 21 days to win a free combo meal from Arby’s Drawing […]