Table of Contents of Diotima

Diotima – Volume 25, 1999

#1, Fall 1999:

"A Day's Worth of Haiku" by Nicholas J. Davis, page 2.
"Dust" by Andy Schmidt, page 3.
"Aggiornamento" by John Saunders, page 4.
"Absorb me" by Katie Neunsinger, page 5.
"Beneficial Insect" by Diego Vasquez, page 6.
"sister tell me - polyneices' addresses antigone from hephaistos's altar" by S.R. Redmen, page 8.
Poem by John Murphy, page 9.
"The tyranny of perpetual existence" by Franz Young, page 10.
"Fireflies" by Larry Schug, page 12.
"While Juggling in Pepin, Wisconsin" by Larry Schug, page 13.
"Two Photos" by Anne Roseen, page 14.
"Spontaneous Prose #17 Audrey's Gibson" by S.R. Redmen, page 15.
"Trickle down" by Sr. Mara Faulkner, page 16.
"Three" by Emily Drewiske, page 18.
"The Konger Or, Las Vegas has it easy" by Matthew Peckosh, page 20.
"Dialogue" by Niki Anderson, page 26.
"Line" by William Kelly, page 28.
"Soul" by William Kelly, page 29.
"Flag-Burning Amendment (we all need a cause)" by Alex Evenson, page 30.
"For Cynth...(d. July 15, 1990)" by Vicki IX, page 32.
"This Path" by Angie Sexton, page 33.

Volume 24, 1998: missing; may not have been published

Volume 23, Fall 1997:

"A Stone In My Chest" by Larry Schug.
"Outwash" by Megan Casey, page 3.
"Picking Out Mother's Casket" by Daniel Ferraro, page 4.
"Plummet" by Tracy Schuelke, page 6.
"Saint Urho by Amco-Light" by Eric J. Christensen, page 9.
Poem by Jesse Dermody, page 14.
"The Smuggler" by Michael Willette, page 16.
"Kaddish" by Michael John Sersch, page 18.
"The Bengal" by Joseph Liss, page 21.
"Still Life" by William Kelly, page 23.
"Thesis #11" by "J," page 24.
"Kitchen on Josephine Avenue" by Krisann Kleibacker, page 27.
"Sky and Earth" by Mary Willette Hughes, page 28.
"Fish Fry" by Michael John Sersch, page 30.
"Forgetting Home in China" by Erin Hicks, page 32.
"Storm Warning" by Larry Schug, page 33.

Diotima – Volumes 21 and 22, 1994-1995:

Volume 22, Spring 1995

"I Want to Bury Myself" by Tiffany Dressen.
"The Baden Hotel" by Kaarin S. Johnston, page 4.
"TD2" by Jennifer Schmidt, page 7.
"Village at Sunset" by Janel Marie Scholl, page 8.
"Antiques" by Larry Schug, page 12.
"Air" by Larry Schug, page 14.
"Tamale" by Janel Marie Scholl, page 16.
"And Gladly Wolde He Lerne, And Gladly Teche -Chaucer" by Elizabeth Stoltz, page 20.
"El Salvador" by Jose R. Bourget, page 28.
"family tree" by Larry Schug, page 29.

Volume 21: Fall 1994:

"Nail Poem #18" by Larry Schug, page 2.
"Moths" by Kaarin S. Johnston, page 3.
"Thoughts of Milton in South Africa" by Jennifer Schmidt, page 5.
"Night Running" by Tiffaney Dressen, page 8.
Poem by Heidi N. Zapzalka, page 11.
"Eve's working produce" by Louise McCarthy, page 12.
"Destined" by S. Owen Lindblad, OSB, page 13.
"Psalm of Salome" by Jennifer Schmidt, page 14.
"Read this when I am dead" by Louise McCarthy, page 20.
"Little Obsessions: An Answer to My Rommel" by Jennifer Schmidt, page 22.

Diotima – Volume 20, 1993-1994:

Summer 1994:

"the mississippi river empties into the gulf" by Lucille Clifton, page 2.
"His Shoes" by Tiffaney Dressen, page 3.
"Thought" by Tim Jacobson, page 4.
"Unearthing" by Larry Schug, page 6.
Poem by Scott Breimhorst, page 7.
"Night Watcher: A Note to My Stalker" by Jennifer Schmidt, page 10.
"After reading 'The Yellow Wallpaper,' by Charlotte Perkins Gilman" by Heidi Kelm, page 11.
"Island" by Larry Schug, page 12.
"for E.D." by Tim Jacobson, page 14.
"A Prophet in the Temple" by Scott Breimhorst, page 15.
"This One" by Heidi Anne Wolak, page 16.

Winter 1993:

"Autumn Afternoon" by Matthew Selby, page 4.
"Cardboard Boxes" by Tim Jacobson, page 5.
"For Your Most Ferret Eyes" by Jennifer Schmidt, page 7.
"Connection" by Larry Schug, page 9.
"Servitude" by Katy Noonan, page 10.
Poem by Jennifer Schmidt, page 11.
"Bright Blue Bra (a poem of uplifting significance)" by Lisa Reiner, page 12.
"Loveland, Ohio, 1993" by Mary Willette Hughes, page 17.
"Like Anyone At The End Of A Chain" by Larry Schugh, page 20.
"One Second of Sound" by Benjamin Brown, page 22.
"That which is" by Kai Link, page 25.

Fall 1993:

"When I First Learned to Count" by Marie Celeste, page 3.
"Lover's Quandary" by Feeb E. Pheldstyne, page 4.
"Mirrored Reflections" by Jeffrey Ayer, page 6.
"I Would Gladly Trade" by Kaarin S. Johnston, page 9.
Poem by Kaveh Rahimi, page 10.
"Fall Leaves" by Dan Burke, page 12.
Poem by Sheila Wondra, page 16.
"The Soulless" by David Dressel, page 18.
"Applesauce and Ice Cream" by Daniel Benson, page 20.
"Turtle Soup" by Kai Link, page 22.

Diotima – Volume 14, 1992-1993:

#4, May 1993:

"Asclepias" by Julia Kellum Jensen, page 3.
"Corruption of a Stream" by Gardner Lepp, page 4.
"Untitled" by Cory Busse, page 5.
"Blissless Congruity" by Paul Schmelzer, page 6.
"Heavy is the Entering In" by S. Owen Lindblad, page 8.
"Littering While Loitering (Turdus Migratorius)" by Mary Willette Hughes, page 11.
"Looking for a lost soul" by Jacques Duquette, page 12.
"Untitled" by J. Ersfeld, page 14.
"Condoms Can't Solve Everything" by Joe Radaich, page 16.
"Oak" by Paul Schmelzer, page 22.
"Seventy" by Daniel Benson, page 23.
"A Minnesotan and A Fly" by Larry Schug, page 25.
"Turning Your Back" by Jenny Sell, page 25.
"A Wealthy Man" by Larry Schug, page 26.
"Road Grater Guy" by Nicholas M. Christianson, page 27.
"Transfiguration" by Julia Kellum Jensen, page 28.

#3, March 1993:

"Cry with me" by Stuart Harding, page 2.
"Ice Breaking up on the Mississippi" by S. Owen Lindblad, page 5.
"Childhood Home" by S. Owen Lindblad, page 6.
"The 'Logical' English Language" by Manu Chakravarthy, page 9.
Poem by Sr. Josue Behnen, page 10.
"Rooms" by Larry Schug, page 12.
"Cross a Fiction" by Stuart Harding, page 13.
"Ancient Lakes" by Lisa Cotton, page 14.
"Chimes" by Sandy Longhorn, page 17.
"Leak" by Sandy Longhorn, page 18.
"A Day Made Ready" by Larry Schug, page 21.
"Nail Poem #10" by Larry Schug, page 21.
"Still Life -- after 'Potato Eaters' by Vincent Van Gogh" by Jennifer Spindler, page 25.

#2, December 1992:

"The Meal" by Lawrence Schug, page 3.
"Homing Poems" by Lawrence Schug, page 4.
"An Autumn Snow" by Daniel Benson, page 6.
"A Fear of Words" by Kaarin S. Johnston, page 7.
"Wisdom Teeth" by Dean J. Tautges, page 8.
"Refuge" by S. Owen Lindblad, OSB, page 9.
"Education: A Dramatization" by Dan Glisczinski, page 11.
"The Head" by T. McKercher, page 15.
"Revelations" by Tim Feeney, page 18.
"'Eloisa to Abelard'" by Dr. Eila Siren-Permutter, page 19.

#1, November 1992:

"Cloaked in Hiding," by S. Owen Lindblad, OSB, page 1.
"Return," by S. Owen Lindblad, page 2.
"Hace Quinientos Anos, (1492)," by Peter Vasquez-Kaplan, page 3.
"The Search," by Shelly Midthun, page 6.
"Too Busy to Pick Up the Lucky Penny," by Stephen M. Cleary, page 7.
"The Laundromat," by Dean J. Tauges, page 12.
"Signs Against the Rules of Men," by Kaarin S. Johnston, page 13.
"Untitled," by Betsy Larson, page 15.
"Agate Hunger," by Lawrence Schug, page 17.
"Static," by Lawrence Schug, page 17.
"Time," by Lawrence Schug, page 17. 

Diotima – Volume 13, 1991-1992:

#4 Summer 1992:

"Desert Island" by Patrick Hicks, page 2.
"Murder on the Mississippi: Two Variations" by Lawrence Shug, page 3.
"My Fairest Flower" by David Hanrahan, page 5.
"Now Arriving" by Cory Busse, page 7.
"Self-Deception and Logical Contradiction" by Martin Andrews, page 8.
"Don't forget! We are sexual beings." by Brad Sjostrom, page 10.
"My Nubby Man" by Kendra Cass, page 11.
"Packaging" by Lawrence Schug, page 11.
"Permanent Change" by Joe Radaich, page 12.
"Little Girl Soldier" by Erika Schwichtenberg, page 16.
"Animal Crackers" by Juli Jasken, page 17.
"Pest Control?" by Dean John Tautges, page 19.
"it's about time i found some space" by Michael Jarmer, page 19.
"The Birth of an Island" by Travis McKercher, page 21.
"Tamarack bog-Late December Afternoon" by Lawrence Schug, page 21.
"The Image" by Mathew Peckham, page 22.
"The Watchers" by Mara Faulkner, O.S.B., page 23.
"A Leap of Faith" by Nancy Opstad, page 24.
"Imagination" by Sarah Cremer, page 30.
"'The Churse of St. Valentine'" by Jacques Duquette, page 30.
"Game" by Corrina Lemar, page 31.
" and maybe the way is through softness" by E.A. Krick, page 32.
"Goodbye (A Death in the Mail)" by Paul A. Schmelzer, page 32.
"The Addict: an audio-visual tragedy in d-minor" by Tea Cake, page 33.
"Waiting" by Paul Schmmelzer, page 36.
"The Cycle Continues" by Tracy Schuldt, page 41.
"Disease" by Michael Jarmer, page 42.
"We Planets Rotate" by Patrick Hicks, page 42.
"rhapsody" by Paul A. Schmelzer, page 42.
"Through the Window Sill" by Ann Germscheid, page 43.
"Poem to a Mechanic" by Lawrence Schug, page 43.
"The Breath of Art" by Tony Goddard, page 43.
"Times Change" by Tony Smith, page 44.
"Homecoming" by Chris Jahnke, page 51.
Poem by Roxanne Kantor, page 52.
"Dreams of Wishbones" by Patrick Hicks, page 52.
Poem by Mark Schlough, page 52.
"she said yes" by Tim Radaich, page 52.
"The Dawn" by Steve Delmont, page 53.
"When Dreams Collide" by Mike Ulferts, page 56.
"A Midnight Wandering" by Jacques Duquette, page 56.
"Why ask why? A reconstruction of culture" by Petra Noble and Cate Palczewski, page 60.
Poem by Kristine Jean Bemboom, page 63.
"Scratching Like Rage" by Rachael K. Kasper, page 63.

#3, April 1992:

"Burnt Toast" by Necoe Otto, page "nineteen."
"Simulacrum Divine" by Thomas Aaron Frank, page "nineteen."
"The Eternity Method" by Joe Radaich, page "eighteen."
"Sub-division (PleasantAcresWaldenWoodsHiddenOaksPrarieRoseEstatesWaysideAdditionCherylPark)" by Lawrence Schug, page "sixteen."
Poem by David Dressel, page "fourteen."
"Ultimate Entertainment" by Rachael K. Kasper, page "fourteen."
"Evolution on My Desk" by Kristen Findley, page "twelve."
"Daphne" by Patrick Mulrooney, page "twelve."
"Father Time" by Matt Peckham, page "nine."
"I Sing the City Electric" by Patrick Hicks, page "seven."
"Santorini" by Travis Mckercher, page "seven."
"ADVANCE, advance" by Stephen Cleary, page "six."
"jealousy" by Mark Gabriel, page "six."
"We, In Our House" by Rachael K. Kasper, page "six."
"Phone Calls" by Dean J. Tautges, page "four."
"Shortnin Bread" by Mark Gabriel, page "four."
"Missbaum" by Francisco Elvira-Hernandez, page "three."
"Las Vegies" by Sarah Klimek, page "three."
"Sitting Stranded on I94" by Kristine Jean Bemboom, page "two."

#2, March 1992:

"(en)Lightening" by Patrick Hicks, page 2.
"John the Baptist" by Rachael K. Kasper, page 2.
Untitled by Joe Radaich, page 3.
"Amputated Cowboy" by Rachael K. Kasper, page 3.
"None of Which Are Lovers" by Jason Jarecke, page 5.
"Black Shiny Shoes" by Tony Goddard, page 6.
"Dear Grandpa," by Anonymous, page 10.
"'Rose, are you not sick?'" by Jacques Duquette, page 11.
"Humancondition" by J. D. Olson, page 11.
"So Far Gone" by Stuart Harding, page 12.
"The Love Poem" by Kevin McGrath, page 12.
"Sacrifice of the Sparrow" by Thomas Aaron Frank, page 13.
"Cory Riddle" by Jason Jarecke, page 13.
"Smash Your Television!!!" by the editors, page 15.

#1, Winter 1991:

"Chicken Dumpling" by Juli Jasken, page 2.
"Poseidon's Guest" by Patrick Hicks, page 2.
"Passion" by Tony Goddard, page 3. 
"Sesame Street" by Jason Jarecke, page 5.
"Them: The Homeless" by Corrina Lemar, page 5.
"The Day God Told Me To Eat Cookie" by Carlo Theisen, page 6.
"untitled...the halos of the dead are circles" by Elizabeth Krick, page 8.
"Copper Harbor, Michigan Cemetery" by Lawrence Schug, page 8.
"Persephone" by Patrick Mulrooney, page 9.
Untitled by Michael Flood, page 10.
"Nail Poem #2 (Single mother)" by Lawrence Schug, page 11.
Poem by Ann Marie Paulukonis, page 11.
"Untitled 3" by Danielle Fradin, page 13.
"Social Action" by Stuart Harding, page 13.
"Psycho Therapy" by Dean John Tautges, page 14.
"Statement of Purpose" by the editors, page 15.

Diotima – Volume 12, 1990-1991:

#4, Summer 1991:

"In(Version)" by Frank M. Thomas, page 2.
"Epitaph For Ulysses, Somewhere in Southern Texas" by Michael Paulukonis, page 2.
"On That Day" by Jacques Duquette, page 3.
"Instant Gratification" by Emily Howard, page 3.
"(Agnostic Driving Over) Hills" by Lawrence Schug, page 4.
"The Mail Must Go Through" by Vachel Miller, page 9.

#3, Spring 1991:

"Moment" by Terri McCargar, page 2.
"Cocktail Party" by Julie Kellum Jensen, page 2.
"The Potter" by Julie Kellum Jensen, page 2.
"The Questions Which Suffice" by Thomas E. Laird, page 5.
"17 January 1991" by Mara Faulkner, O.S.B., page 8.
"The Homeless" by Jeff Kemp, page 11.
"Night Sky" by Reba Mathern, page 13.
"Two-Step On the Back Forty" by Dean John Tautges, page 15.
"Well" by Lawrence Schug, page 16.
"Because Lyle Got A Hearing Aid" by Lawrence Schug, page 16.

#2, Winter 1990:

"Sunset at Noon," original story by Francisco Elvira-Hernandez, translated by S. Renee Domeier, O.S.B., page 2.
"Forgotten Image" by John Klun, page 5.
"too many cooks" by Michael Pulukonis, page 5.
"Sonnet" by Julie E. Zurn, page 7.
"Car Trouble" by Tim Robinson, page 8.
"(tuba solo)" by Michael Paulukonis, page 11.
"Demise of Temptation" by Kerem Durdag, page 12.
"An Angel Or Somethin'" by Lawrence Schug, page 15.
"Caretaker of the Dead for Julius Lester" by Sandra Longhorn, page 15.

#1, Fall 1990:

"The Puppeteer" by Lawrence Schug, page 2.
"Sitting by Window in Main" by Lorraine A. Meyer, page 3.
"Overtime" by S. Lois C. Wedl, page 3.
"Prairie" by Lawrence Schug, page 3.
"On Platonic Relationships" by Eric Mechels, page 4.
"don't gimme no" by Lawrence Schug, page 5.
"'M'" by Stuart M. Krahn, page 6.
"The Unused" by Louise A. McNamara, page 8.
"The Morning Coffee Shop" by Dean John Tautges, page 8.
"Joy" by Jeff Kemp, page 8.
"Night-marred" by Karen S. Hovland, page 9.
"#82" by Karen Galarneault, page 10.
Poem by Jeff Kemp, page 11.
Poem by D. John, page 11.

Diotima - Volume XI: 1989-1990:

#4, Summer 1990:

"Hand Over Hand" by Jon Ricci, page 3.
"Theologian" by Cyril O'Regan, page 3.
"Smoking" by Jeff Licht, page 3.
"My Sunset on February 21st" by R. Kantor, page 5.
"A Field of Snow in Thoughts (In Response)" by Paul J. Thoemke, page 7.
"A Saxophone" by Theresa Hennemann, page 7.
Poem by Dan Glisczinski, page 7.
"Love Is" by Glenn Skuta, page 7.
"Kerem and I" by Kerem Durdag, page 8.
"Lady in Waiting" by Glenn Skuta, page 8.
"Washingtoner Elegien XXIV" by Francisco Elvira-Hernandez, page 8.
"The Candy Shop" by Terri Anderson, page 9.
"College Kid" by Kathy Ryan, page 9.
"To M. Andrews (with apologies)" by Paul J. Thoemke, page 9.
"Sunday On Friday Night" by Larry Schug, page 11.
"In My (Grandfather's) Hands" by Kathy Ryan, page 11.
"Eggs" by Larry Schug, page 11.
"The Green Grass of Faso" by Timothy G. Krause, page 12.
"Independence Day" by Janine Krantz, page 14.

#3, Spring 1990:

"Old Man Eighties and Naked Baby Nineties" by Lawrence Schug, page 3.
"Over the Hill" by Stephen Behm, page 3.
"Old Friends" by Jon Ricci, page 3.
"Great Sport" by Stephen Behm, page 5.
"Street Fight" by Jon Ricci, page 5.
"Going Shopping" by Ed Lamm, page 5.
"Listening To Earth" by Christian M.A. Fernholz, page 8.
"Modern English" by Michael Paulukonis, page 8.
"Above the Atmosphere (Now and Zen)" by Lawrence Schug, page 8.
"Ruins: Athassel Priory" by Eva Hooker, CSC, page 10.

#2, Winter 1989:

"[In My Dark Room]" by Joseph Cleveland, page 3.
"To Henry (who really should have forgotten)" by Mark Biscan, page 3.
"On the Eleventh Day After Jacob Wetterling's Abduction" by Lawrence Schug, page 4.
"Memories of a Sailor" by Thomas R. Voller, page 4.
"Thoughts in a Field of Snow" by Mark Biscan, page 7.
"Holos Haligmis" by Paul J. Thoemke, page 7.
"The Maker" by Heidi Glotfelty, page 7.
"God Has Made Me Right" by Richard Brewers, page 7.
"Gaia the Savior" by Richard Brewers, page 9.
"Cement Grave" by Libby McGovern, page 9.
"Beneath Twenty-fifth Avenue" by Lawrence Schug, page 9.
"A Dream and a Nightmare" by James B. Kennedy, Jr., page 11.
Poem by Molly Metcalf, page 11.
"Life" by Stephanie Gray, page 11.
Poem by T.F. Dixon, page 11.

#1, Fall 1989:

"After Another South Minneapolis Bar" by James B. Kenney, Jr., page 3.
"What Do I Hear?" by Paul J. Thoemke, page 3.
"Bedtime" by Mark Biscan, page 3.
"The Time Has Come for a Good Man (A Conversation With Death)" by Kevin L. Dickinson, page 5.
"Absolute Nothing" by Steven Tacheny, page 5.
"Satin Pillows" by Cyril O'Regan, page 5.
"Blues Shoes" by Lawrence Schug, page 5.
"On the Futility of My Efforts to Extricate Beauty from English" by Anonymous, page 6.
"Lost" by Terri McCargar, page 6.
"Autumn in the Ivy League" by Terri McCarger, page 6.
"Conversation with a soldier" by Omer Kerem Durdag, page 8.
"1989" by Dean John Tautges, page 8.
"Peace Dove" by Julia Antonsen, page 9.
"Colour My Dream" by Paul J. Thoemke, page 9.
"Dead Tree" by Anonymous, page 9.
Poem by John Thomas Pollard, page 11.
Poem by Amy Seltzer, page 11.
Poem by Monica Lindquist, page 11.

Diotima - Volume X: 1988-1989:

#5, May 20, 1989:

"A Poem With Flowers in It" by Rob Lawton, page 3.
"'Excuse me, I Don't Care'" by Steve Nelles, page 3.
"I've Always" by Ann Marie Strukel, page 3.
"Siberia 1-1-89" by Tim Hogan, page 5.
"Human Words" by Omer Kerem Durdag, page 5.
Poem by Aaron Smith, page 6.
Poem by Rob Lawton, page 6.
"My First Murder, a Passage to Manhood" by Rob Lawton, page 8.
"Storms" by Theresa Hennemann, page 8.
"Warts" by G.A. Fischer, page 8.
"Soon There Will Be None" by Jacqueline Dahle, page 9.
"Folks Forget" by Lawrence Schug, page 10.
"Mirrors" by Karen Hovland, page 10.
"A Girl's First Encounter With One of Life's Great Injustices" by Ann Marie Strukel, page 11.
"First Grade" by Tim Myers, page 11.
"The Hunter" by Thomas Dale Doroff, page 12.

#4, May 17, 1989:

"They Didn't Does" by Bobbi Blackwell, page 3.
"The Energy of Fire – The Heat of an Argument" by Joseph Cleveland, page 5.
"Title…I Guess" by Colleen Deignan, page 8.
"True Pleasure" by James B. Kenney, page 12.
"Surviving Can Be Fun" by Timothy G. Krause, page 14.
"Fishing for Seagulls" by Rob Lawton, page 20.
"The Secret Member of the Azelea Street Garden Club Goes to Hawaii without his Wife" by Lawrence Schug, page 28.
"Santa Claus a Go Go" by Lawrence Schug, page 31.

#3, March 28, 1989:

"I Let My Mind Run Free" by Karen Hovland, page 2.
"For The Magician and His Act" by Rob Lawton, page 4.
"Bougie" by Timothy N. Fulford, page 4.
"Nicotina" by Rob Lawton, page 5.
Poem by John Thomas Pollard, page 5.
"Bakeries I Have Known and Loved" by Lawrence Schug, page 6.
Poem by Joseph Cleveland, page 7.
"Painted" by Anna WonSavage, page 7.
"What Gabriel Told Me" by Sister Michael Kilmer, OSB, page 8.
"Images of Self" by Sarah Head, page 8.
"Sonnet" by Omer Kerem Durdag, page 9.
"Optimist" by Carri Reynolds, page 9.
Poem by Michael Paulukonis, page 10.
"Choice" by Cynthia Zimmel, page 10.
"One in the Same" by Sarah Head, page 10.
"(not enough)" by Carie Reynolds, page 10.
"Return" by Sister Michael Kilmer, OSB, page 12.

#2, December 16, 1988:

Untitled by John F. Klun, page 2.
"A Turtle Poem" by Lawrence Schug, page 3.
"from Haikus Reflecting Peace" by Steven Nelles, page 3.
"What Are You Saying? (with apologies to Sylvia Plath)" by Lucy Ling, page 3.
"Book Drunk and Snow Mad" by Bobbi Blackwell, page 4.
"Mermaid" by Sarah Head, page 4.
"Rock of Ages" by Julie Berling, page 5.
"Marked" by Linda Gadbois, page 5.
"Walls" by Mary Carol Litchy, page 6.
"to frolic again..." by M.A. Holscher, page 6.
"All an Alienation" by Cassandra R. Bland, page 7.
"Lady?" by Earl Halley, page 8.
"Smoke from a dying" by Michael Paulukonis, page 8.
"nobody reads the bible these days" by Anthony Vigil, page 9.
"from Haikus Reflecting Peace" by Steven Nelles, page 9.
"Venus and the Fly" by Rob Lawton, page 9.
"To Rose" by Allan McWilliams, page 11.
"for those who haven't returned" by Michael Paulukonis, page 11.
"Nova" by Lucy Ling, page 12.
"Memories of Cemeteries" by Rob Lawton, page 12.

#1, November 7, 1988:

"That which we call Diotima -- By any other name would not be as sweet." by Dawna Lichtsheidl, page 2.
"Imperative of Play" by Cyril O'Regan, page 3.
Poem by Anita Angela Stuart, page 3.
"Goat-footed, I limped" by Mark Moeller, page 5.
"The Last Dance" by J.K. Thomson, page 6.
Poem by James W. Burke, page 6.
"Apology" by Rob Lawton, page 6.
"About Being Turned Down" by Lawrence Schug, page 8.
"Hitchhiker" by John Klun, page 8.
Diotima --Volume IX: 1987-1988:

#3, May 17, 1988:

"Fried Eggs and a Grapefruit," by C.W. Thomas, pages 2.
"IV" by Richard Westall, page 3.
"Words" by Paul Soucheray, page 3.
"The Helmet" by Lucy Sieve, page 6.
"A Letter From Home" by Omer Kerem Durdag, page 8.
"Juli And Blue Violets" by Lawrence Schug, page 8.
"Until Last Night" by Paul Beckermann, page 9.
"White Lily" by Libby McGovern, page 9.
"Whales Beneath the Mud" by Libby McGovern, page 9.
"It Was Night" by Joseph Cleveland, page 10.
"Beneath Umbrellas" by Lawrence Schug, page 11.
"Poetaster" by T.S. Notwal, page 11.
"Separation" by Glenn Skuta, page 11.
Untitled by Paul J. Koelfgen, page 12.
"The Phone Call" by Paul J. Koelfgen, page 12.
"Alive at 21" by David Sullivan, page 14.
"Grandma's House" by Catherine O'Meara, page 15.
"The Line/The Phone Call" by Paul Beckermann, page 15.

#2, March 22, 1988:

"The Fading of the Rose," by Katie O'Meara, pages 2.
"What If" by Anthony Vigil, page 3.
"Reflections on Being and Aztec and the Nocturnal Sun" by Anthony Vigil, page 3.
"I Know Somebody" by Lawrence Schug, page 4.
"Christmas Eve in Paris" by Catherine O'Meara, page 5.
"Fatal" by Karen Hovland, page 5.
"Forsaken Words" by Paul J. Koelfgen, page 9.
"Africa in the Past and Now" by Augustine R. Deon, page 9.
"To One Who Disapproves of Flatulence" by Joseph Cleveland, page 11.
"As Sleep Approaches" by Theresia F. Dixon, page 11.
"Hypocrite" by P.R., page 11.

#1, November 9, 1987:

"That which we call Diotima -- By any other name would not be as sweet." by Dawna Lichtsheidl, page 2.
"A Photograph Of My Mother As A Young Girl" by Lawrence Schug, page 3.
"The Broken Crown" by Lucy Seive, page 3.
"Dairy Farmers" by Lawrence Schug, page 3.
"Moving On," by Dave Medvec, page 5.
"I Heard a Bluejay Cry" by Mike McGarry, page 8.
"A Prayer" by Heidi Hovland, page 9.
"Half a Lifetime Ago" by Lucy Seive, page 9.
"I Want To Say So Much" by Joseph Cleveland, page 11.
"A Small Tribute," by Laurie I. Fontaine, page 11.

Diotima - Volume VIII: 1986-1987:

#5, May 15, 1987:

"Sometimes I Remember . . ." by Elizabeth Hensler, page 3.
"Baking Days" by Lexann Pryd, page 4.
"Orange Air" by D.S. Labatte, page 5.
"Cooper" by Parnell Thill, page 6.
"Too Little, Too Late" by Heidi Hovland, page 7.
"Murderess With Unstained Hands" by Heidi Hovland, page 7.
"Gifts and Wrappers" by Paul Beckermann, page 8.
"Baseball Fan" by Lawrence R. Schug, page 8.
"HER SPIRIT'S FRIEND: For Mara Writing on the Work of Tillie Olsen" by Monza Naff, page 8.
"Cheese and Macaroni: A True Adventure" by Matti Feeney, page 9.
Recognition Awards, page 11.
"A Eulogy for michael (still living)" by D.H. "Jacques-Jacques" Gabor, page 12.

#4, April 10, 1987:

"A Stranger in Katie's Life" by Kelly Ihns, page 3.
Photos and description by Becky Moline, page 6.
"An Explanation to my muse that he will never hear" by Marise Neveu, page 7.
"Prodigal" by Mary A. Bussmann, page 7.
Poem by Laurie Randall, page 7.
"A Day in the Life" by Mark Moeller, page 8.
"A Testimony Against the Witch of St. Wendel" by Lawrence R. Schug, page 8.
"'Thanks,' Dickinson" by Jade, page 8.
"Scribble Me Your Story" by Shelley Pling, page 10.

"The Menu is Love" by Monza Naff, page 12.

#3, March 6, 1987

"I Really Lived Today" by Rebekah Hanson Wilson, page 2.
"Quiero Ver La Realidad (I want to See the Reality)" by William Straub, page 5.
"All Composite Beings Shall Pass" by Michael Opitz, page 6.
"Storm Dancer" by Roberta Beach, page 6.
Poem by Sara D. Chapman, page 6.
"He needed a Manifesto" by Michael Opitz, page 6.
"Three in One" by Shelley Cartier, page 8.
"Apology" by Parnell Thill, page 10.
"Sandbox" by Pete Vitt, page 10.
"Genuine Imitation" by Jo Prochnow, page 10.
"We Move In" by Pete Vitt, page 10.
"One Followed Me Home" by Lawrence R. Schug, page 11.
"A Mother's Dream" by Rebekah Hanson Wilson, page 11.
"Wintertime" by Parnell Thill, page 12.

#2, December 12, 1986:

"The rooms of my life" by Joseph, page 2.
"The Bookstore Plant Sale" by Roberta Beach, page 2.
"I Had to Wear Socks" by K. Glassmann, page 3.
"Midnight" by R.M.B., page 3.
"Dawn of Immortality" by S. Welsohns, page 3.
"Goat-footed, I Limped" by Mark Moeller, page 5.
"Gratefulness and Thanksgiving" by Evon Pemble, page 6.
"Speaker's Corner, January, 1986" by Mary M. Healy, page 8.
"She waits at night" by Kate Kok, page 8.
Poem by Joseph, page 8.
"To a Critical Woman" by Mark Moeller, page 9.
"A Taste of Expression" by Angie Andrist, page 9.
"Guardian Angels" by Laura Ann, page 10.
"Once Upon a Sal's Saturday Night" by Jo Prochnow, page 12.
Poem by T.K.M., page 12.

#1, October 31, 1986:

"That Which We Call Diotima -- By any other name would not be as sweet." By Dawna Lichtsheidl, page 2.
"Angora Cat" by Joseph Young, page 3.
Poem by Kathryn Weiss, page 3.
"Miss You Mother" by Parnell Thill, page 4.
"The Last Beautiful Dreamer" by R.M.B., page 5.
"Flight" by Kathy Corrigan, page 6.
Poems by Wade Chio, page 6.
"Revelation at St. Joe (the crime of speech)" by Peter Carlton, page 7.
Untitled by Bill Weyandt, page 8.
"Ol' Mother Africa" by Lawrence R. Schug, page 8.
"Rain" by Jim Merickel, page 9.
"Office Junkie" by R. Tamm, page 11.
"Watching" by Kate Kok, page 11.
"Tell me of those who dare to dream" by Kate Kok, page 11.
"The First, The Past" by J.A.P., page 11.
"One Woman's Critical Analysis" by Kathryn Weiss, page 12.
"Amstertangent" by Joseph Young, page 12.

Diotima -Volume VII: 1985-1986:

#6, May 16, 1986:

"Shopping for Souvenirs in D.C." by Maureen A. Graham, page 2.
"ENG 219: Creative Writing" by Beverly Kemmerling, page 2.
"If a Body Meet a Body Coming Through the Rye" by Kevin Mongrain, page 3.
"The Color of Fear" by Roberta Beach, page 3.
"What is More Noew Than a Butterfly?" by Mary Ann Henn, page 4.
Untitled by Anne Mattison, page 4.
"From a Sober Perspective*" by Sue Swenson, page 5.
"Untitled II" by Roberta Beach, page 5.
"Realization" by Amy Busse, page 6.
"Sarah Youngblood" by Beverly Kemmerling, page 6.
"Widower" by Lawrence R. Schug, page 6.
"Fall Days" by Sara D. Chapman, page 8.
"Decorum Dilemma" by S. Mary Ann Henn, page 8.
"Shakespeare's Lesson in Human Nature" by Amy Olimann, page 9.
"Killing Time" by Charles A. McCormick, page 9.
"Anger" by Katie O'Meara, page 10.
"Joseph of the Nez Perce" by Charles A. McCormick, page 10.
"The Smoke Gets in My Hair" by Sara D. Chapman, page 10.
"Un/Real" by Deborah Labatte, page 11.
"Cold" by Jill Connelly, page 13.
"The Egoist" by Christina Nutter, page 13.
"I Want You -- And I'm Scared!" by S.A.S., page 14.
Untitled by Barbara Demming, page 14.
"Green Peanut M&M's" by Shaun L. Smith, page 14.
"Danae" by Darla J.Decker, page 15.
"Realization" by Amy Busse, page 16.
Untitled by Jacqueline Mrachek, page 16.
"Paris He Be Cryin'" by Ann Howard, page 17.
"Croagh Patrick" by Charles A. McCormick, page 17.
"Humanity's Forbidden Sacrifice" by Mary Healy, page 18.
"Is This Life?" by Kris A. Glassman, page 18.
"Today Libya, Tomorrow..." by Joel A. Schirber, page 18.
"The Doorman" by Law Korta, page 19.
"Exit--Trojan War" by Shaun L. Smith, The Agora, Athens, Greece, page 22.
Untitled by Lynne D. Kangas, page 22.
"The Color Purple From a Male Perspective" by Dave Howard, page 23.
"Self Destructive Love" by K. Hagstrom, page 24.
"Her Return" by Sharon Sinner, page 25.
"Untitled" by A. Busse, page 25.
"a=(Vf-Vo)/(t)" by S.A.S., page 26.
"2" by James M. Lesko, page 26.
"Koko and Ball" by Lawrence R. Schug, page 26.
"Today's Ulysses" by Catherine Gorr, page 27.
"Being Real Oreos" by the editors, page 27.
"Two Thoughts on Nuclear War" by Roberta Beach, page 28.

#5, April 23, 1986:

"Just Can't Let You Get Away" by Lorelei A. Heurung, page 2.
"And so it goes--so let it go..." by Sara D. Chapman, page 2.
"Lair of the Leopard, Lion, and She-Wolf" by Todd H. Guggisberg, page 3.
"The Shiny Shell" by David Mercer, page 4.
Untitled by Lynne D. Kangas, page 4.
"Pilgrimage to Alpine Valley" by Lori Lundstrom, page 4.
Untitled by Lyne D. Kangas, page 5.
"Destruction" by Roberta Beach, page 5.
"1" by James M. Lesko, page 5.
"Grandpa" by Deborah Hinrichs, page 5.
"Flying Flesh" by Ann Howard, page 6.
"Time, Distance and Travel" by Kathryn Weiss, page 6.
"FRIENDS" by Chris Deanovic, page 6.
"The Grass is Greener" by Sara D. Chapman, page 7.
Untitled by Lorelei A. Heurung, page 7.
"Poetry of the Innocent from the Chambers of Hell" by John C. Merkle, page 8.
Untitled by mwm, page 8.
"What Price The Soul?" by Kevin Osterbauer, page 11.
"For Ruth and Esther" by Ann Becker, page 11.
"Belated Valentine" by David Mercer, page 11.
"May There Ever Be No Winner, All Are Obsessed With The Tie" by Julie Claire Moore, page 11.
"Don't Cry Next To Me" by K. H. Kok, page 12.
"Que le peintre peigne" by Caroline Spaeth, page 14.
"Painters have landscapes" by Caroline Spaeth, page 14.
"To My Writer Friends and Yours (If You Love a Thing, It Dies)" by J. Claire Moore, page 15.
"Worlds Apart" by Roberta Beach, page 15.
"Fate, Inc." by Lawrence R. Shug, page 17.
"Finding Ourselves" by Mike Gallagher, page 18.
"El Puente" by Bill Baldus, page 19.
"Good-Byes Full Blown" by Maureen A. Graham, page 19.

#4, March 19, 1986:

"Walking the Dog Through the Universe" by Lawrence R. Schug, page 2.
Untitled by Michael Dominic Doyle, page 2.
"St. Malo" by Katie O'Meara, page 2.
Untitled by Kate Kok, page 2.
"On Being Real" by Carla Mae Streeter, O.P., page 3.
"The Gift" by Marianne Meidl, page 4.
"The Golden Seal" by Jean Osterbauer, page 4.
"Moving In" by Roberta Beach, page 4.
"Reflection On a Morning Snowfall" by Barb Stiller, page 5.
Untitled by L.D. Kangas, page 5.
"On Growing Apart" by Lori Lundstrom, Salzburg, 1984, page 7.
"The Street Dancer" by Ann Howard, page 7.
"After Seeing The Crucible: Who is Who" by Bonnie Jungels, page 7.
Untitled by Jean Osterbauer, page 7.
"Frankenstein: An Alternative Ending" by Caroline Spaeth, page 8.
Untitled by Grace Fischer, page 9.
"Caught in the Game" by Anne Haselhuhn, page 10.
"2 a.m." by Ann Howard, page 11.
Untitled by Wade Chio, page 11.
Untitled by L.D. Kangas, page 11.
"Hi-Ho" by Sarah Denny, page 12.
"I Love You" by Kim Cota, page 14.
"Tear" by Susie Dominik, page 14.
Untitled by Grace Fischer, page 14.
"Bridges of Humanity" by Katy Stelzer, page 15.
"The Last Idol" by Carla Mae Streeter, O.P., page 15.
"Beckett's Waiting for Godot: An Introduction by Roberta Beach, page 16.

#3, February 4, 1986:

"The Somme: Where Death Became the Victor" by Kevin Osterbauer, page 2.
Untitled by Cathy Maertens, page 2.
"Not Just a Victim of Circumstance" by Emma Ross, page 2.
"Yuppies and Puppies" by Mary Muchulda, page 3.
"Asymmetry" by Roberta Beach, page 3.
"Ode to a Backyard" by Anne Mattison, page 4.
"Perceptions of Reality" by Kevin Osterbauer, Oxford 1985, page 4.
"Rainbow" by Cathy Maertens, page 4.
"Fifteen" by Mary Ellen Conklin, page 6.
"Tear" by Julie Harrison, page 7.
Untitled by Cathy Maertens, page 7.
"Unrequited" by John Koch, page 7.
"Darkness" by David Mercer, page 8.
"Blood Dust" by Tony Vigil, page 8.

#2, December 1985:

"An Alternative" by Bill Linsenmeyer, page 2.
"Gloria Mundi" by Hilde Robinson, page 3.
"On the Rocks" by Kathryn Weiss, page 4.
"If You Want to Cook, Don't Go to Bars" by Jennifer Lang, page 4.
"For Angela" by Leigh Welper, page 7.
"True Virago" by Lamia Kronfli, page 8.
"While She Dresses" by Greg Machacek, page 8.
"She Much Prefers Sweet Violins" by Maya Mannat, page 8.
"Coincidence" by Roberta Beach, page 8.
"You Left All of Me Behind" by Jennifer Lang, page 8.
"Mrs. Sweeney's Lament" by Hilde Robinson, page 9.
"Untitled" by Roberta Beach, page 9.
"Trace My Armor" by Barbara Ann Schulte, page 9.
"Tiff" by Lamia Kronfli, page 10.
"Adolescence" by Ana Schnellmann, page 10.
"An Acting Exercise on November 19th" by Roberta Beach, page 11.
"Thoughts on Poesy" by Joel Smith, page 11.
"Kin" by Kathryn Weiss, page 11.
"Clouds of Reason" by J. de la Garza, page 12.
Untitled by Anne Mattison, page 12.

#1, November 13, 1985:

"That Which We Call Diotima -- By any other name would not be as sweet." By Dawna Lichtsheidl, page 2.
"Androgeny: Eve's Secret" by Mary Beth Haas, page 3.
"Night Train" by Katherine Kok, page 4.
"He Heard a Chariot; I Heard a Horde" by Greg Machacek, page 4.
"Dreams of Existence" by Kevin Osterbauer, page 4.
"La Manzana" by Thomas Ragan, page 5.
Untitled by Scott Durocher, page 5.
"1. How to Play the Infield" by Mike Opitz, page 6.
"Word are Toys" by Marie Lodermeier, page 6.
"An Introduction to Poetry: John Keats Meets Sylvia Plath" by Kathryn Weiss, page 6.
"On Self-Fulfillment" by Sean Leavitt, page 7.
"Anxiety" by Scott Durocher, page 7.
"For Patrick Who Was Only Nineteen (And Others Like Him)" by Maureen A. Graham, page 9.
"Wasted Heartbeats" by Anne Mattison, page 9.
"Closing Night" by Roberta Beach, page 9.
"#7 -- Alfred Shouldn't Go" by Scott Kosek, page 9.
"Where You Are For Me" by Teri Nelles, page 10.
"Emerging" by Julie Harrison, page 10.
"Sweet Dreams" by Cathy Maertens, page 10.
"Torture" by Marie Lodermeier, page 10.
"The Things One Notices in Class" by Deb Hinrichs, page 10.
Untitled by Gabriel Benedict, page 11.
"Life is Short" by Kevin Osterbauer, page 11.
"Abby" by Parnell Thill, page 11.
"An Ocean of Emotion" by Cathy Maertens, page 12.

Diotima - Volume VI: 1984-1985:

#5, May 10, 1985:

"We're All In War (You Liberals Too)" by Patrick Rooney, page 2.
"God, The Unity That Connects," by John Merkle, page 3.
"It Will Be More Than Just Remembering" by Maureen A. Graham, page 5.
"Sand" by Maureen A. Graham, page 6.
"Tomatoes" by Maureen A. Graham, page 6.
"As Seen By I Von T." by Parnell Thill, page 7.
"The Station Café," by Elizabeth Weinstein, page 8.
"At Cleo's" by Tim Kulikowski, page 12.
"Swinging has to be done alone" by J. Bain, page 12.
"Years Later and Looking at Photographs" by David Thoreen, page 12.
Untitled by Barbara Grizzuti Harrison, page 12.
"Where the Calm?" by Mary Lynn, page 13.
"'Ethiopia Dream'" by Charles A. McCormick, page 13.
"Back Door Man" by Parnell Thill, page 14.
Untitled by Margaret Mead, page 14.
"Learnings" by Jacqueline E. Gosline, page 14.
"Sequential" by D.A. Hinrichs, page 14.
"An Outing to the Bridge" by Clarence Patrick White, page 16.

#4, March 29, 1985:

"The Rate of Inspiration is Inspiration Divided by the Number of Times Someone Asks 'Are You Inspired Yet?'" by Maureen A. Graham, page 2.
"On Homer" by Raymond Larson, page 3.
"The Street" by Tom Wrich, page 7.
"--Picking Up The Circled Pieces--" by Mary A. Billig, page 7.
"Growing Away" by R. J. Divinski, page 8.
"--Shadow Boxing--" by Mary A. Billig, page 9.
"--Untitled--" by Mary A. Billig, page 9.
"Quest of Faes" by Cathy Geenen, page 10.
"Storm Upon the Dawn" by Maureen A. Graham, page 11.
"Scholar From the Middle Class" by David Thoreen, page 14.
"My Father" by Susan Sipavich, page 16.
"For Europe, If You're Still There" by Maureen A. Graham, page 17.
"Cruisin' For Angie" by Parneell Thill, page 18.
"Tucker" by Daniel Stemm, page 18.
"We All Return to the Soil" by S.M. Kosek, page 19.
"Haiku" by Toshimi Horiuchi, page 19.
"--The Fly--" by Mary A. Billig, page 19.

#3, December 6, 1984:

"The Door" by Joe Kalkman, page 2.
"Loops of Thought: An Overview of Gregry Bateson's Work" by Micheal J. Opitz, page 3.
"Marriage" by Annette Atkins, page 4.
"Together Surpassing Supposes" by Brian Patrick Irion, page 4.
"Of Bird & Beach" by Maren Riehle, page 4.
"My Country Life" by Kevin J. Murphy, page 5.
"You're Dead Mr. Greeley" by Jacqueline E. Gosline, page 5.
"McGrath" by S.M. Kosek, page 5.
"Women" by Caroline Spaeth, page 6.
"Untitled" by Marise Neveu, page 6.
"On Pride" by Katherine Kok, page 6.
"Last Days in Aix" by David Thoreen, page 8.
"Man will mich vergiften" by C.M. Kriha, page 9.
"Another Face" by Julio Ojeda, page 9.
"The Day My Big Brother Died" by Kevin Osterbauer, page 9.
"How Many Students are Here? A Beginners' Taxonomy" by Stanley J. Idzerda, page 10.
"The Politician and the Snake" by J. S. Devadeson, page 12.
"Tomorrow" by Tom Wrich, page 13.
"Hitchhiking" by Gary Michealoski, page 14.
"The Decline and Fall of Optimism" by Brian Patrick Irion, page 14.
"The Hijacking of Flight 309" by Shelley Buss, page 15.
"Limerick" by Cassie Schroeder, page 15.

#2, November 2, 1984

"In Gender" by Charles Cree, page 2.
"Limerick" by Cassie Schroeder, page 2
"What is Liberal About a Liberal Education?" by Stanley J. Idzerda, page 3.
"Bernini" by Paul Wolda, page 4.
"DONATELLO: Before The Medieval Arts Council For A Grant" by M.R., page 5.
"Bouquet" by Lamia Kronfli, page 5.
"Prepare" by Maria M. Garcia, page 5.
"The Last Visitor" by Lamia Kronfli, page 5.
"The Poor Get What They Grab" by Victor Mokom Kisob, page 7.
"Lee's Café" by Jacqueline E. Gosline, page 8.
"Games" by Julio Ojeda, page 10.
"Quip" by R.J. Divinski, page 10.
"Filaments 3" by Randy Divinski, page 10.
"George's Flame" by Gary J. Kerkvliet, page 10.
"Pinion 'D" by James G. Pogge, page 10.
"Odd One Out" by Heidi Hovland, page 11.
"He wouldn't let go" by R.J. Divinski, page 13.
"Mary Decker" by R.J. Divinski, page 13.
"Blood Sample" by David Thoreen, page 14.
"Another Censored Subject" by Shelley Buss, page 15.
"'Quiet in the Dorm!'" by Lamia Kronfli, page 15

#1, October 10, 1984:

"That Which We Call Diotima – by any other name would not be as sweet" by Dawna Lichtcheidl, page 2.
"The Flowering of Faith" by John C. Merkle, page 3.
"Success Story" by Nick Adams, page 6.
"Forever and Always" by Maya Mannat, page 7.
"Shadow, a Perfume" by Daniel D. Stemm, page 7.
"toxicated (singular)" by R.J. Divinski, page 8.
"A Social Drinker: A Cheever Parody" by Dave Thoreen, page 9.
"To be Gifted – A Handicap?" by Julie McGannon, page 11.
"poor young edgar" by Brian Patrick Irion, page 11.
"Chief Seattle's Portrait of a Dying Culture" by C. P. White, page 13.
"Rights" by Lamia Kronfli, page 13.
"The Importance of Language Second or Otherwise" by Ruth Lewis, page 14.
"A Censored Subject" by Shelly Buss, page 15.
"The Double Standard" by L. David Laurence, page 16.

Diotima - Volume V: 1983-1984:

#6, May, 23, 1984:

"They Can Come And Go" by Caroline Spaeth, page 2.
"Leaving" by Linda Hansen, page 2.
"The Flowering of Faith" by John C. Merkle, page 3.
"Sacred Deeds and Appreciative Living" by Debra A. Doll, page 4.
"Four Haiku For The Seasons" by NHG, page 5.
"Contemplation" by John Rosengren, page 5.
"Three Haiku For A Distant Friend" by NHG, page 6.
Poem by Nick Grant, page 7.
"Going Back Into The Future" by Nick Grant, page 7.
"A Paper on the Comparison of the Sonata and a Sonnet." By Caroline Spaeth, page 8.
"'Oh Britain' -- An Address by PM MT" by Lamia Kronfli, page 10.
"Destoying and Loving Capacities in "To Build A Fire" by anonymous, page 11.
"On Love and Work" by John C. Merkle, page 11.
"Reflection" by Paul Christian, page 16.
"Les Enfants du Paradis" by Lamia Kronfli, page 16.
"Morning Mist" by John Rosengren, page 16.
"Letting Go Of Bad Things" by Tom Spaeth, page 17.

#5, April 25, 1984:

"Courage: A Quality of the Mind or of the Heart?" by Susan Mushel, page 2.
"When Honesty Hides" by Hans Alwin, page 3.
"Prairie Suns" by George Gagnon, page 4.
"The Continuing Heritage of the American Revolution" by Kelly Rasmussen, page 5.
"Sunset and Sky" by Nick Grant, page 6.
"For your Cultural Entertainment . . . Rock'n Roll Animals" by George Gagnon, p. 7.
"Plea" by Lauraine Palm, page 8.
"Killer" by David Thoreen, page 9.
"The Competition" by Hans Alwin, page 10.
"The Corporate Cathedral" by Sue Banal, page 12.

#4, March 7, 1984:

"Speak Without Sound" by B. Randall, page 2.
"CSB/SJU: A New Model of Cooperation" by Megan Haas, page 2.
"The Subjection of Women Revisited" by Jane Hougnon, page 3.
"Men, Women, And Seagulls or Subsets of the Greatest Culture" by James G. Pogge, page 4.
Poem by Thomas Spaeth, page 4.
"Ruth" by Dave Stepan, page 5.
"A Tribute to Mrs. EDDY" by Joe Cashman, page 5.
"War's Observer" by Lamia Kronfli, page 6.
"Inspired by 'Gallipoli'" by M. Jo Bailly, page 6.
"Bar in Belfast" by B. Randall, page 6.
"'...but there are bittersweet memories...'" by K. H. Kok, page 7.
"mute" by Ginny Paulson, page 7.
"On Childhood Ashes Rekindled" by A. Jernberg, page 8.
"The Gender of God" by Jane Merickel, page 9.
"For Martha" by Jana Bianco, page 10.
"painting" by K. H. Kok, page 10.
Untitled by Mary G. Sullivan, page 10.
"The Party" by Amy Schindler, page 11.

#3, December 19, 1983

"The Physics of A Relationship" by Randy Zimmerman, page 2.
"The Plastic Friend" by Mark Kinney, page 2.
"Grace Under Pressure" by Shawn Gillen, page 3.
Poem by TW, page 4.
"Trouble on the Gridiron" by Chuck Holden, page 5.
"Another World" by Caroline Spaeth, page 5.
"An Uncle To His Nephew" by Bruce Sutor, page 5.
"Pain is the Enemy" by O.I.P., page 7.
"A Place Apart: Blue Rise by Rebecca Hill" reviewed by Elizabeth A. Spaeth, page 8.
"(untitled)" by M.J. Reinbold, page 9.
"The Disciple" by Chuck Holden, page 10.
"What I Fear" by Susan Nygaard, page 11.
"All I Thought Absurd" by Greg Hessel, page 12.
"Awakening In The Night" by Bruce Sutor, page 12.
"Procrastination" by Maya Mannat, page 12
"Conversation Bubbles" by Karl Hagstrom, page 14.
"Keys and Apologies" by Lamia Kronfli, page 15.
Poem by Robert Filipczak, page 16.
"To The 4:30 Dinner Club" by Bruce Sutor, page 18.

#2, November 22, 1983

"Tamed Kate?" by Lamia Kronfli, page 2.
"Of Human Bindage" by Ginny Paulson, page 2.
"From Protest to Resistance: The Honeywell Project" by Greg Hessel, page 3.
"Solitaire" by Lamia Kronfli, page 3.
"Compassion for God" by John C. Merkle, page 4.
"In Your Eyes (Reflections)," submitted by Joe L. Romo, page 5.
"What is Music?" by Lynda Gradert, page 6.
"The Taste Test – Pfeifer vs. Michelob" by Shelly Fling, page 6.
"Remembering Grampa" by Judy Zimmer, page 7.
"The Comparative Struggle – a Declarative Sub-Narrative" by David G. Hulm, page 8.
Poems by David G. Hulm, page 9.
"Anti-Apartheid" by Lamia Kronfli, page 11.
"Collared Girl" by Lynda Geralds, page 11.
Untitled by Mary G. Sullivan, page 11.
"Are They Childish or Childlike?" by Mariana Meidl, page 12.
Poem by David G. Hulm, page 12.
"Merrily, I Thought, Until" by Bruce Sutor, page 13.
"The Symbiosis of it All" by Susan Nygaard, page 14.

#1, November 3, 1983

"That Which We Call Diotima -- By Any Other Name Would Not Be as Sweet." by Dawna Lichtscheidl, page 2.
"Are Women Individuals?" by Jane Hougnon, page 3.
Response to a Dinah Shore quote by Paula Cutter, page 3.
"Who Lit the Wonder . . . ?" by John C. Merkle, page 4.
"Sixteen" by Tom Wrich, page 5.
"Amateur" by Caroline Spaeth, page 5.
"On the Way Up" by Mark Kinney, page 6.
Poem by Patty Cafferty, 6.
A Book Review -- "Kennedy and the Berlin Wall Crisis" by Dean Rusk, The University of Georgia School of Law, page 7.
"Grandma" by M. J. Reinbold, page 8.
Untitled by Marie Rickmyer, page 8.
"Advice of a Parent" by Ellen Cafferty, page 8.
Untitled by Helen Gurley Brown, page 9.
Untitled by Malvina Reynolds, page 9.
"Oasis of the Night" by Ellen Cafferty, page 10.
"The Male Ego" by Lamia Kronfli, page 12.
"The English Don: to Bart (of Roehampton Fame)" by Lamia Kronfli, page 12.

Diotima - Volume IV: 1982-1983:

#6, May 10, 1983

"How Does Silence Communicate?" by Mariana Ginder, page 2.
"A Long Awaited for Event" by John C. Merkle, Ph.D, page 3.
"The Untouchables" by Terry Berner, page 4.
"Potato Peels" by Caroline Spaeth, page 4.
"The True Quintessence of Spain" by Thomas Howard, page 6.
"Remnant" by Michael Goblirsch, page 7.
"A Chance to be More Vulnerable" by Greg Hessel, page 8.
"i don't want to go to sleep" by Caroline Spaeth, page 9.
"'Round and 'Round We Go" by David Lawyer, page 10.

#5, April 14, 1983:

"Just Think!" by editors, page 2.
"Establishing an Identity" by Dr. Joan Steck, page 3.
"A 92 Year Old's Death (Jack Perry's reflections)" by Michael Manning, page 3.
"The Rebel" by Roseann W. Wolak, page 4.
"Women's Issue – Stress and Self-Esteem" by Kristi Fuller, page 5.
"Changing Tires and Changing Stereotypes" by Sue Quinian, page 6.
"it becomes a tear" by Caroline Spaeth, page 7.
"A Reply" by Annette Atkins, page 7.
"Gram" by Catherine Claveau, page 8.
"Two Leaves" by Roseann M. Wolak, page 8.
"High School Boyfriend" by R. M. Wolak, page 10.
"Best Friends" by Roseann M. Wolak, page 10.

#4, March 23, 1983:

"Listen!" by the editors, page 2.
"Women's Week at CSB, April 11-15: Women Past, Present, Future," by editors, page 2.
"Political Language, Gobbledygook, Over-Specialized Jargon and Other Obscurantisms" by Linda Walczynski, page 3.
"Search of Self in Retreat" by Jack Perry, page 4.
"Reflections on 'Time Out'" by Dan Doyle, page 5.
"Sated Clouds and Evening Sun" by Richard Carr, page 5.
"The State of the Dis Union" by Jim Meyers, page 6.
"I Cross Over" by Bruce Sutor, page 6.
"Abraham Joshua Heschel: His Major Works" by John Merkle, page 7.
Poems by Michael Manning, page 9.
"Death as a Reflection of Life" by Mary Rose Anderson, page 11.
"Water Journeys" by Richard Carr, page 12.
"14 Ways to look at a Garden" by Roseann M. Wolak, page 14.

#3, December 15, 1982:

"In Pursuit of Peace" by S. Renee Genereux, OSB, page 1.
"Heschel's God in Search of Man" by S. Linnea Welter, OSB, page 3.
"'Two People Doing Clay Stuff'" by Jessica Allen, page 4.
"In Praise of Jesus Christ" by David G. Hulm, page 5.
"Lyndon Johnson and Vietnam Reconsidered," by John Moriarity, page 6.
"Infinite Reflectsive Infinite Reflexive" by David G. Hulm, page 7.
"(untitled)" by Marcellus Hall, page 7.
"El Silencio" by Joe L. Romo, page 7.
"Peace and Justice" by Bob Tschida, page 8.
"The Flight of Enola Gay" by RJT, page 9.
"Once a Year" by Mariana Ginder, page 10.
"Mr. Oyster" by David G. Hulm, page 11.
"The Real Peacekeepers" by Maureen Fitzpatrick, page 13.
"Corridors" by Bruce Sutor, page 14.
"Refugee" by Richard Carr, page 14.
"Where is our Pride?" by Nancy Ludewese, page 15.
"From Yonder Time Descended" by O.I.P., page 15.
"For All Genkind" by Elizabeth Lytle, page 16.
"Raison d'etre" by David G. Hulm, page 16.
"(untitled)" by Jodie Benson, page 17.
"American Catholic Bishops: A Peaceful Proposal" by Tiffani Joslyn, page 18.
"Good-bye" by Richard Carr, page 19.
Poem by Elizabeth O'Connell, page 20.
"Individual Directions" by S. Ingrid Anderson, page 21.
"A View" by David G. Hulm, page 21.
"For St. Benedict" by David G. Hulm, page 21.

#2, November 4, 1982:

"Do We Fear Success?" by Kathy Sanisto on women, page 2.
"A National Symposium: Abraham Heschel" by John Merkle, page 3.
"Felicidades" by John J. Moriarty, page 3.
"On Women and Subservience" by Teresa Clarke, page 6.
"A Bawdy Proposal" by Dave Rymanowski, page 7.
"Raindrops In the Garden" by Bruce Sutor, page 8.
"When He Jumped -- For Gabriel" by O.I.P., page 8.
"Androgynous Humans" by Shirley Meyer, page 9.
"Lethal Games" by Gina Gagliardi, page 12.
"Just One Ballerina" by Richard Carr, page 13.
"A Nightmare in the Day of a Life" by Richard Carr, page 13.

#1, October 7, 1982:

"Pronounced [de-o-te-ma]" by the editors, page 2.
"Beautiful and Loved – History of that which we call Diotima" Greek Socrates instructed by Diotima, page 2 (copy originally in volume 1 of Diotima), page 2.
"Shakespeare's Audience and Elizabethan London" by Elizabeth Lytle, page 3.
"In an Age of Multinationals, Responsible Science?" by Shirley Meyer, page 4.
"Past Games" by Michael Goblirsch, page 4.
"Self Concepts via Extended Metaphor" by Shirley Meyer, page 6.
"On the Move" by Jill Dubbeldee, page 7.
Poems by Susan Jones, page 8.
"Female Comedian, or, I was a teenage warehouse" by L. Marie Marquette, page 8.
"Eros Turannos" by Michael Goblirsch, page 9.
"The Lesson" by Shirley Meyer, page 9.
"Fragile" by Mary Jean Reinbold, page 10.

Diotima - Volume III, 1981-1982:

#6, May 19, 1982:

"Move over Pablo, Woman Artists: Coming of Age" by Liz Lawyer, page 2.
"The Living Process" by July Nohner, page 3.
"Yet another chapter of Gulliver's Travels?: A Voyage to Supranticaelfuciesextran" by Mary O'Brien, page 4.
"Lemuel Gulliver Remembered: Voyage to Dnal Deroloc" by Linda Walczynski, page 5.
"Voluntary Simplicity – Recognizing our Responsibility" page 7.
"Where Do We Draw the Line?" by Maureen Fitzpatrick, page 9.
"Prince Hal, First Baseman, For Paul Weide" by Michael J. Opitz, page 11.
"To A Skunk Crushed On The Highway" by Bruce Sutor, page 12.
"Mr. Heinen is my Sheep Man" by Ane Kvale, page 12.
"Old German, revisited" by Jeff Johnson, page 14.
"A Call to Peacemakers" by Ane Kvale, page 15.
"A State of the Education Address" by Dan Yanisch, page 15.
"Virgil Michel: An Introduction" by Robert Spaeth, page 17.
"Thirteen Ways of Looking at the Moon" by Toshimi Horiuchi, page 18.
"The Pilgrimage" by Denise Kozak, page 18.
"Tokyo Revisited" by R. S. Baumgart, page 20.
"Dreaming of Ashes" by Michael Goblirsch, page 20.
"Glimpses" by Shirley Meyers, page 20.
"Remembering My Mother" by Tracy Stallings, page 20.

#5, April 19, 1982:

"dreams..." from Gift From the Sea, 1955 by Anne Morrow Lindbergh, page 2.
"What Constitutes a Life of Christian Living?" by John Steffenhagen, page 2.
"A Broken Music" by Toshimi Horluchi, page 3.
"A Vindication of Mary Wollstonecraft" by Mary O'Brien, page 4.
"Lysistrata: Smarts, Sex and Swords" by Martin Grochala, page 6.
"Death" by Orfilio Pelaez, page 6.
"Nom de Guerre, Amour" by Orfilio Pelaez, page 6.
"The Price of Patriotism," by John Zumerchik, page 7.
"Hodgepodge" by Gregg Perlmutter, page 7.
"Job Hunting Made Easier" by Phil Kronebusch, page 8.
"Different People" by Peter Lawyer, page 9.
"More Hodgepodge" by Gregg Perlmutter, page 11.

#4, March 10, 1982:

"Through our Spirutuality" by Tiffani Joslyn, page 2.
Women's Week at CSB, March 8-12, page 2.
"Is the Priesthood Ready for Women?" by Liz Lawyer, page 3.
"T.V." by Jeff Benson, page 3.
Horsemanship Center, by Sue Quinlan, page 4.
"Ten Ways of Looking at the Moon" by Jeff Benson, page 5.
"I Conquered the Mountain" page 6.
"'the nam'" by Roger C. Young, page 7.
"Call a Spade a Spade but don't call a Woman a Woman" by Carol Hogan, page 8.
"Ideals: Just Another phase?" by Catherine Spaeth, page 11.
"A Search: Through Frost and Eliot" by Linda Paulson, page 13.
"The Friends" by Orfilio Pelaez, page 14.
"In Defense of the Indefensible," by David Lawyer, page 15.
"My Fickle Lover" by John Paul Brownson, page 15.
"Fire, the Madman's Brain Child" by Roger C. Young, page 16.
"Man Passed" by Roger C. Young, page 16.

#3, December 17, 1981

"Once a Year" from Christmas in India, 1886 by Rudyard Kipling, page 2.
"Christ's Advent" by Micheal Kwatera, O.S.B., page 2.
"An American Tragedy" by Catherine Stalboerger, page 3.
"God's Grandeur" by Liz Lawyer, page 4.
"Encounter with Poetry" by Toshimi Horiuchi, page 6.
"Norman Luboff Choir" by Toshimi Horiuchi, page 6.
"Songs of Nature" by Toshimi Horiuchi, page 6.
"The Trisha Brown Dance Residency -- Getting Through Winter" by Elena White, page 7.
"Man/Woman Relationships -- The Pendulum Swing" by Linda Walczynski, page 9.
"Purpose" by Deboranne Dorshak, page 10.
"Assault: To Be Aware, Beware" by Carol J. Hogan, page 11.
"The Shattering Truth About Christmas" by Tom Leydon, page 12.
"An Alternative to Christmas" by Ann Berg, page 13.
"Bursting" by Dot Lauer, page 13.
"October 6, 1981" by Bob Burgett, page 14.
"Untitled" by Thomas R. Soukup, page 14.
"Another Day" by John Steffenhagen, page 15.
"Hodgepodge" by Greg Perlmutter, page 16.
"Reading Between the Lines" by Robert L. Spaeth, page 17.
"The Red Bell" by Linda Paulson, page 18.
"Where We Will Be" by Dot Lauer, page 18.
"The Year Santa Didn't Come" by Sheila Murphy, page 18.
"Models of Patience and Courage" by Ann Mayers, page 19.
"Her Sunday Hug" by John Paul Brownson, page 19.
Poem by Elizabeth O'Connell, page 22.

#2, November 4, 1981:

"How to Submit" by the editors, page 2.
"Breaking in a New Symbol" by editors, page 2.
"Logic, Pillow Problems and Alice" by Catherine Burnett, page 3.
"On Liberal Arts" by Sister Emmanuel Renner, page 4.
"Education vs. Training" by Fr. Micheal Blecker, page 5.
"Portait of the Artist as a Young Man" by Jon Hassler, page 7.
"Reagonomics Revisited" by Gary Prevost, page 8.
"With Apologies to the Networks -- God is to Whom We are Eternally Loyal" by David Lawyer, page 9.
"Autumn, I Remember You" by Robert S. Baumgart, page 10.
"Song from an Old Maid" by Denise Kozak, page 11.
"A Revelation" by Paul Norton, page 12.

#1, October 8, 1981:

"Submit!" by editors, page 2.
"Pronounced [ de-o-te-ma ]" by editors, page 2.
"Roots" by Dawna Lichtscheidl, page 3.
Poem by Dot Lauer, page 3.
"Geese" by Linda Paulson, page 4.
"Bill T. Jones, The Informer" by John Paul Brownson, page 4.
"Reaganomics: Voodoo or Science?" by John Zumerchik, page 5.
"The Right to Be Me" by Linda Walczynski, page 6.
"Brubeck Plays the BAC" by Liz Lawyer, page 7.
"The Depot" by Denise Kozak, page 7.
"A Farewell to Rigs" by Daniel Bugler, page 8.
"Smooth Rock" by Bob Mendoza, page 8.
"The New York Experience" by Kris Blakeslee, page 8.
"The Pelican Experience" by Ann Berg, page 9.
Poem by Denise Kozak, page 9.
"A Personal Choice: Abortion" reviewed by Robert L. Spaeth, page 10.
Poem by John Paul Brownson, page 11.
"Guthrie Renaissance -- Behind the Scenes" by Mark Barrett, page 12.

Diotima, Volume II, 1980-1981:

#7, May 20, 1981:

"In Just Spring" from Dance to the Piper, 1952 by Agnes De Mille, page 2.
"Is a Lifestyle Compatible with Life?" by Elizabeth Spaeth, page 2.
"The Weakened Child" by Lisa M. Faust, page 3.
"Dear Seniors" by Miriam Hoff, page 4.
"Monte Cassino: The Untold Story," by Tom Leydon, page. 5.
"Woman and Poor," by Sister Benedice Schulte, page 6.
"Our Follies" by Bob Bernard, page 9.
"Life in Dew Drops" by R.S. Baumgart, page 9.
"Furniture" by Marty Case, page 10.
"Facts for Lean and Hungry Years," by S. Sheila Rausch, page 11.
"If Ever The Fish Shave" by Orfilio Pelaez, page 11.
"The Land Ethic" by Mary Knoblauch, page 12.
"Social Justice through Civil Justice" by Bob Martineau, page 14.

#6, April 14, 1981:

"Thin Whine of Hysteria" from On Morality, 1965 by Joan Didion, page 2.
"Soul-searching: the uncertainty of our calling" by Paul A. Treckel, page 2.
"The Sea Man" by Lisa Faust, page 3.
"The Choreography of Merce Cunningham" by Elena White, page 4.
"John Cage: Issues and Controntations" by Philip Welter, page 6.
"Time Sequence: Irrelevant" by Victor R. Ocampo, page 6.
"Icewalking with the Fisherking" by Gusty Crosswinds, page 7.
"'The Refusal': An Experience of Politics and Poetry" by S. Sheila Rausch, page 8.
"Look to the Arts" by Ruth Martin, page 9.
"Still Life" by Michael Tierney, page 11.
"An Encounter with Bryan Hayes" by Cathy Berg, page 12.
"A Review Essay: On Capital Punishment and the Problem of International Terrorism" by Robert Spaeth, page 14.

#5, March 19, 1981:

"Art At Odds" from Women in Modern China, 1967, by Helen Foster Snow, page 2.
"Keeping Good Things Good" by Amy Heymans, page 2.
"Going Toward Home" by Galen Martini, page 3.
"Dorothy Day Remembered" by Liz Lawyer, p. 3.
"On Piazzas, Sanity and St. Peter's Square" by Paul Cerkvenik, page 4.
"The Case For Two-Dimensional Politics" by Joseph Schmitz, page 5.
"Apology Understood" by Michael Richards, page 5.
"World Hunger in a Nuclear Age" by Maureen McCann, page 6.
"Naked Vision" by Michael Richards, page 7.
"Liberty and Justice For All?" by Fran Grecco, page 7.
"New York Pastiche" by Sean Forestell, page 8.
"Post Card from Poland" by Deb Walczynski and Kevin Greene, page 9.
"Losing the Edges" by Galen Martini, page 9.
"Vegetable Life" by Patty Seitz, page 10.
"Stills" by Galen Martini, page 11.
"Death Squad Advisors" by Bill Hoye, page 11.
"Epigraph: 'In order entirely to enjoy the poetry which I am recommending, it would be necessary to give up much of what is ordinarily enjoyed.' -- William Wordsworth, Preface to the Lyrical Ballads" by Mary Tadich, page 12.

#4, February 18, 1981:

"A Woman's Warning" an excerpt from "Hitler and Roman Foreign Policy," Nouveaux Cahiers, January 1, 1940 by Simone Weil, page 2.
"Dear Friends in Benedictine-Land" by a SJU student studying in Salzburg, page 2.
"Tradition, Freedom and Faith" by John Merkle, page 3.
Poem by Robert Baumgart, page 3.
"Ethics in Vogue" by Tim Reardon, page 4.
"Life" by Paul Bukley, page 5.
"Jon Hassler: Writing and Novel Thoughts" by Beth Henry and Dawna Lichscheidl, page 6.
"Lakes: A Vanishing Species" by Maureen McCann, page 8.
"Monasticism: The Old in the New" by Peter Gathje, page 9.
Poem by Robert S. Baumgart, page 9.
Poem by Mike Opitz, page 10.
"Moral Sins" by Catherine Spaeth on the loss of the dreams and hopes of liberals on the occasion of the inauguration of Ronald Reagan, pages 11.
"...the Rockets Red Glare" by Beth Henry, page 12.

#3, December 11, 1980:

"From 'A Child's Christmas in Wales'" by Dylan Thomas, page 2.
"A True Caballero" by Terese Fink, on Josefina Caballero (who came to U.S. from Cuba in November 1961) , page 2.
"Decembre Descend" by Michael Bonacci, page 3.
"Faith, Tradition and Study" by John Merkle, page 3.
"Auden's For The Time Being -- For Our Time" by Casio, page 4.
"The Steam-Machine Man" by Mike Optiz, page 6.
Poem by Michael Bonacci, page 7.
"'...and this shall be a sign'" by Terry Kempf, page 8.
"Fire and Wind" by Christina Heymans, page 9.
"A Time To Give" by Catherine Polta, page 9.
"Guess Who's Aiding the Junta?" by Gary Prevost, page 10.
"A Joint Endeavor" by Colleen McCarthy, page 10.
"Society's Whys" by S. Colman O'Connell on some literature about US sexism, page 11.
"Fresh Bourne" by Bob Mendoza, page 11.
"Distorted Lens" by Mary Knoblach, page 12.
"Ode to An Aging Prostitution" by Orfilio Pelaez, page 12.

#2, November 11, 1980:

"After the MRS," an excerpt from Conferences For Young Women, by Rev. Reynold Kuehnle, Copyright 1916, page 2.
"A Letter to Diotima -- pretend it's in Greek" by Wendy Forsythe, page 2.
"What muse be thou strange night?" by Gusty Crosswinds, page 3.
"A Farewell To Arms" by Dawna Lichtscheidl, page 3.
"J.F. Powers: Area Author" by Cathy Berg, page 4.
"Betty Powers: Irish Tales and Tea" by Bob Mendoza, page 5.
"The Truth And The Light" by Karen Pete, page 6.
"The Hebrew Word for Spirit Is Feminine" by Mariann McCormally, page 7.
"Battered Love" by Jan Gunderson, page 7.
"In Defense of the Useless" by Sister Enid Smith, page 8.
"da Vinci: Model for all time" by Liz Lawyer, page 8.
"Taking A Gander At Mother Goose" by Tim VandenLangenberg, page 9.
"Jesse and Jeffers" by Jim Latimer, page 9.
"Look Forward to 'Homeward'" by Caroline Stalboeger, on the CSB/SJU production of "Look Homeward Angel," page 10.
"Decaffeinate Yourself" by Fran Tobin, page 11.
"Four Women I Know" by Anne L. Mayers, page 12.
"In the Beginning End" by D. Steck, page 12.

#1, October 9, 1980:

"How To Submit" by Beth Henry, page 2.
"That which we call Diotima -- by any other name would not be as sweet." by Dawna Lichtscheidl, page 2.
"Campaign Crap" by Nate Bissonette, page 3.
"Sunshine in the park: the poet's garden" by Michael Bonacci, page 3.
"Dining Rooms Revisited" by Betty Ann Haas, page 4.
"Birth Pangs" by Kris Blakeslee about women's life changing, page 5.
"The Coming Facism" by John Gilmore, page 6.
Poem by Bob Bernard, page 7.
"Do We Listen to the Silence in Bolivia?" by Clare McGinnis, page 7.
"Speak of the Devil" by George P. Wertin, page 7.
"It's Better in the Bahamas" by Catherine Polta, page 8.
"Post Impressions" by Deb Greene, page 8.
"The Human Quest" by Mary Flood, page 9.
"On the German Eve of an American Homecoming" by Mary Tadich, page 9.
"Canyon to Campus" by Sylvia Long, Director of Public Information, page 10.

Volume I, #1, May 16, 1980:

"Wait..." by Marty Case, page 2.
"That which we call Diotima -- by any other name would not be as sweet." by Dawna Lichtscheidl, page 2.
"Strong enough for a man, but made for a woman" by Kristin Blakeslee on the lecture given by Jean Kilbourne, "Exploitation in Advertising" on April 21, 1980 page 3.
"Follow Dollar Signs" by John Wakeman Linn and Julie Wakeman Linn, page 3.
"Slim Pickings" by John Gilmore, page 4.
"After 1500 years…" by Sister Linnea Welter on the Holy Rule, page 4.
"El Paso, July '73" by J.P. Earls, OSB, page 5.
"Sesqui—What?" by Laura Szalacha on the Benedictine Sesquimillenium – reflections on the Benedictine tradition and values, page 5.
"Reflections" by Brenda Sherwin, page 6.
"An imitation of Homer's style in the Iliad -- End of Book 7" by Roger Hassinger, page 6.
"Seeds of Discontent" by Beth Henry, page 7.
"Mary Mark Moves On" by Clare McGinnis, page 7.
"We know what we are, but not what we may be. -- Hamlet, Act IV. Sc. 5" by Catherine Polta, page 8.