The Lantern Literary Magazines, 1933 to Present



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• The Retreat
• Part of Eve's Discussion
• Buchanan
• Hypotheticals
• The Baby Hippo
• Sertraline and Cheerios
• Margins
• Anatomy of Me
• Orange
• Ode to Mathematics
• Garden Path
• Periphery
• 10n Power=Our Maybe Domains
• Hillside
• Baltimore//Analogues
• Work is a Religion
• At the Bridal Shower
• November
• Revisionist History
• Cold Front
• Lung (for D. Avitabile)
• Tether
• Hold Still
• Reverb
• An Almost English Major and His Daughter
• Clocks
• In the Kitchen on a Sunday Afternoon
• Amy
• Nine
• Customary Thoughts
• Showers
• Te Encuentro
• I Find You
• Literary Analysis
• The Diamond on My Face
• Catherine
• Hunsberger Woods, 11:42 on a School Night
• Cabbage
• After Class
• For Chell
• To Whom It May Concern
• Contra
• Shards
• Smoke and Roses
• Polaroid
• Spring's Debut
• The Deadline
• A Previous Life
• Wet Canvas
• Obsessions and Compulsions
• For Xandra
• The Seagulls of 17th Street
• No Man's Land
• Summer Flowers
• Float
• Dana Reads
• A Barcelona Moment
• Business Meeting
• Posted
• Champagne

Publication Date

Spring 2015


Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College


Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, Lantern, literary magazine, poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, visual arts


Arts and Humanities | Creative Writing | Fiction | Illustration | Nonfiction | Poetry


Editor: Rachel Bonner

Poetry Editor: Annie Rus

Fiction Editor: Brian Thomas

Non-Fiction Editor: Nora Sternlof

Visual Arts Editor: Monica Reuman

Production Editors: Sarah Gow, Andrew Tran, Josh Hoffman

Faculty Advisor: Jon Volkmer

The Lantern, 2014-2015



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