The Lantern Literary Magazines, 1933 to Present



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• The Man Without a System
• A Medal for Malcolm
• On Hearing That Tonya Will Be Married
• The Black Sea
• Odyssey '67
• Second Poem to Chris
• Singularity
• Period 5-A Began
• Long and Aching Ride
• Souvenirs
• My Eschatological Epitaph
• Discotheque
• Some Borrowed Words
• False Breakthrough
• Shore Morning
• The Beholder
• Thursday Childless
• A Most Prominent Role
• It Ran Out
• Shades of the Living
• The Dark Night of the Mind II
• One Step Beyond the Doors
• A Note of Thanks to My Parents and Teachers
• To a Dead Hippie
• A Scrap
• Love
• Haiku No. 30
• Rachel
• There Is No Present
• Winter Woods
• One Hundred Per Cent Genuine
• Heaven
• Silence Is Like God
• I Soaked Up Silence
• Opened Letter From Whistler Homer, Insaned Assailant
• Sol Clutch Rides Tonight
• I Have Seen Destruction
• Upon That Night
• That's Weird
• Alone
• Kathy's Tune
• On Walking Home
• The Wheel
• Some Excuse, at Least
• Freedom to Flap
• Awareness
• Okay, You Guys
• You Say You Dream
• Bacci Mia

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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, Karen Crist, Lance Diskan, Wendie Eggleston, Rose Mary Holliday, Susan Kegerise, Martin B. Kuntz, Gerald Miller, Sharyn L. Negus, John S. Picconi, Linda Richtmyre, Paul L. Sautter, Vicki Van Horn, Kenneth Yorgey

The Lantern Vol. 34, No. 2, May 1968



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