The Lantern Literary Magazines, 1933 to Present



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• il se fait tard
• il pleut
• For GM
• A Fragile Fragment
• Epic in Stereo
• Kisskraft
• The Critical Marquis
• Sea Flame
• Belladonna
• Haiku
• Symphony
• Ziegfortenblat
• It's One of Those Nights
• Contentment
• Short-sighted and Mildly Unbelievable
• Society's Children
• Crowded Mirrors
• Child in Bright Colors
• The Long-range Accident
• The Ultimate Machine
• They Live in a Crowded Area
• Beastiary
• Nocturne
• I am Like a Candle
• Two A.M. and After
• Question Times Ten
• College Blues
• Poem at Midnight
• Love Chaos-Style
• Once Knew a Homespun Nanny
• He Who Argues
• Dying by the Water
• Is This Prose
• The Subintellectual
• Untitled Series
• Sunset Skirmish
• Lyrics of the Field
• That Day When I See
• Haiku
• When the Shadows Stopped
• Luz-Maria
• Prayer

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Collegeville, Pennsylvania


Ursinus College


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


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


EDITORS: L. Barry Erb, Thomas Miller

STAFF: Barbara Bald, Edward Birdsong, Mike Callahan, Karen Crist, Lance Diskan, Wendie Eggleston, Rose Mary Holliday, Dottie Kimmel, Susan Kegerise, Gerald Miller, Sharyn L. Negus, Gilbert Louis Page, John S. Picconi, Linda Richtmyre, Thomas A. Roth, Paul L. Sautter, Katy Smith, Vicki Van Horn, Kenneth Yorgey

Cover design by Katy Smith

The Lantern Vol. 34, No. 1, December 1967



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