Collection ASU0307 - Epiphany: University of Miami literary magazine

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ASU0307

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Epiphany: University of Miami literary magazine

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  • 1989-1992 (Creation)

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1 Box

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Wet: a journal of proper bathing, is published by the Creative Writing Program, Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Miami.

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Epiphany is the student-run arts and literature magazine of the University of Miami.  All students of the university were invited to submit poetry, short stories, creative essays, timely articles about arts in the community, artwork, and photography for publication.

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Epiphany is the student-run arts and literature magazine of the University of Miami.  All students of the university were invited to submit poetry, short stories, creative essays, timely articles about arts in the community, artwork, and photography for publication.

The Fall 1991 issue is subtitled as "University of Miami's Arts and Literature Magazine."

The University Archives holds the following issues: Spring 1989 (no. 1, vol. 1), Fall 1989 (no. 1, vol. 2), Spring 1990 (no. 2, vol. 2), Spring 1991 (no. 2, vol. 3), Fall 1991 (vol. 4, no. 1), and Spring 1992 (Vol. 4, No. 2).

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  • English

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Fall 1991 and Spring 1992 issues were donated by Dr. Lillian Manzor, Associate Professor and Interim Chair, Department of Modern Languages.

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