The Lantern Literary Magazines, 1933 to Present
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• Midsummer Afternoon's Dream
• Lost Love
• The Rocket
• "Speak Now---"
• "Unique Experience"
• The Exile
• Procrustean Dike
• A Faeble
• The Paris Story
• Gently Spoken
• On Shaving
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, Lantern, literary magazine, poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, Charles Lyon Chandler, foreign service, South America
Arts and Humanities | Creative Writing | Fiction | Illustration | Nonfiction | Poetry
Leon, Barbara; Turner, W. E.; Sare, Ronnie L.; Deitz, Barbara; Burton, John; Wentzel, Richard; Williamson, Charles H.; Small, Stanley; Juppe, Bob; McCullough, Kathleen; Mazurkiewicz, Albert J.; and Tanner, Raymond, "The Lantern Vol. 15, No. 2, Spring 1947" (1947). The Lantern Literary Magazines, 1933 to Present. 39.
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Editor: Joan Wilmot
Board Of Editors: George Fry, Helen Gorson, Ronnie Sare, Nelson Yeakel, Richard Wentzel, Andrew Souerwine, Barbara Deitz, Charlene Taylor
Business Managers: Helen Replogle, William Markley
Faculty Advisers: William S. Child, Martin W. Witmer, Calvin D. Yost, Jr.