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Sketch

Sketch is a literary journal edited and published by Iowa State University students, that encourages all Iowa State students, regardless of year or major to submit works of artistic expression, written or visual. The journal began in 1934, featuring juried works by student writers and artists, and continues to the present, with one to three issues produced each academic year. Noteworthy Iowans, Ted Kooser, former United States Poet Laureate, and Tom Harkin, United States Senator from Iowa, have each had works published in Sketch during their undergraduate years.

This collection was digitized from archival materials held by Iowa State University Library Special Collections.

Current Issue: Volume 79, Number 1 (2014)

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Cover Art
Sketch

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Editor's Note
Kelsey Cummings

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Staff Bios
Sketch

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Hoarding
Sarah Pillman

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The Urge
Jiovanni Tapia

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Tradition
Micheal A. Phipps

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ED
Alixandra Moews

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Fame
Alixandra Moews

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Leather Couches
Lauren Lee

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Write
Alex Blonigen

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Break Through
Seth Bacon

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Folded Perspectives
Matthew Darmour-Paul

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Sunday Storms
Seth Bacon

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Cardinal and Gold
Delanie Downey

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Quiet Moments
Delanie Downey

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Mending Light
Seth Bacon

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De-Composite
Matthew Darmour-Paul

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Wished
Seth Bacon

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Take Me Home Belem
Danielle Hallier

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Escape
Seth Bacon

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Procession
Seth Bacon

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Sunset Over Cy
Danielle Hallier

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Staff

Editors
Kelsey Cummings, Monika J. Sharma
Graphic Designer
Monika J. Sharma
Layout Photography
Monika J. Sharma
Advisor
Christiana Langenberg
Fiction Editor
Caroline Lynch
Nonfiction Editor
Daniel Gill
Poetry Editor
Brenda Tyrrell
Visual Arts Editor
Kandyce McConico
Fiction Jury Board
Caroline Lynch, Josh Oren, Katelyn Horner, Haley Nixt, Brian Good, Callen Scurr
Nonfiction Jury Board
Daniel Gill, Lauren Welton, Brenda Tyrrell, Kandyce McConico
Poetry Jury Board
Brenda Tyrrell, Josh Oren, Brian Good, Kendal Gast, Callen Scurr
Visual Arts Jury Board
Kandyce McConico, Katelyn Horner, Kendal Gast