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Annie Carson/Kim Anno
And I Saw That...
The Albertine Workout
The Mirror of Simple Souls

Anne Boyer/Sienna Kuhn
Benedictine Values


Brenda Hillman
In the Trance
A Poem of Hope


Buzz Spector
Table of Words


Avivah Zomberg
Listening to the...


Deborah Baker
I Looked at that...

Claudia Rankine


Charles Simic
Secret Doctrine

David Sedaris


Diane Glancy
Stone Hearts


Donald Hall

Don Patterson


Ellan Bryant Voigt


Elizabeth Alexander


Douglas Bauer
A Point of Quieted Interest

Eula Biss
If We Extend the Metaphor...


"We Cannot Live Only for Ourselves" - Herman Melville

By 2013 Hand Papermaking Class at CSBSJU


Jon Hassler
Brendan's Parents
It was Typical of...


Geoff Dyer
Like Many Great Rivers


Laila Lalami
Maybe There is No True Story


Linda Gregg
Whole and Without Blessing...


Liu Xiaobo
From Fifteen Years of Darkness

Judith Kitchen
Sufficient for the Day


Marie Howe


Jane Kenyon
Briefly it Enters, and Briefly Speaks


Mary Szybist
How Not to Speak to God


Per Petterson
She Thought She Knew...

Nick Flynn

Paul Muldoon

Roz Chast
Pigeon Little

Ru Freeman
On Sal Mal


Rebecca Solnit
We Treat Desire as a Problem to be Solved


Sister Mariella Gable
3 Things


Tiphanie Yanique
So This Morning
From the Bridge Stories: A Short Collection


Amos Kennedy Jr.
Sustain Love Not War


Tallis Scholars
Music Antiphon Art


Terry Eagleton
In the End...

Victoria Redel
No Falling in Love


William Stafford
The Way it is


Robert Hass
The Problem of Describing Trees


Tomas Transtromer
The Half-Finished Heaven


Fanny Howe
Field Trip

Jorie Graham
Of the Ever-Changing Agitation in the Air


April Bernard
Sonnet in E


Mark Conway
First Body


Mailynne Robinson


Tracy K. Smith


Seamus Heaney
A Herbal


Louise Erdrich
Life Will Break You


W. S. Merwin
For The Anniversary of My Death

Bookarts Broadsides

The broadside artists are authors who have visited our campus and shared their works with us or students who have had a chance to visit our Bookarts Studio and make their own broadside on the paper made here on campus from flax grown locally.  Follow the links under the artist's name to see each broadside.