Inscape 2022

The latest edition of Inscape was published in May 2022 and features submissions from a diverse group of writers and artists from all over the world. Below is the table of contents and links for a few sample pieces. If you are interested in purchasing a copy, it can be found at the Ichabod Shop, located on the Washburn University campus.

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Special Features

Young Writers
Creative writing by Northeast Kansas middle-schoolers
Gary Jackson's Origin Story
New poems, poems from his latest book, and an interview

Editor's Choice

Fiction

Mark Crimmins
A Tiny Island

Nonfiction

Victoria MacDonald
"Open-Concept Teaching"

Poetry

John Grey
Winter Flower

Art

Barbara Waterman-Peters
One Crow Sorrow

Contents

Gary Jackson
Run
Kansas
Interview Featuring Highway & Two Highyellow Boys
Interview Featuring Marriage Advice
Overdue
Mr. Astonishing Finds His Son Has Killed The Neighbor's Cat
The Halfway Home for Brown Boys
Housemother
SG Fromm
Aldershot Run
Mike Sherer
Saint Angel
Roger Droz
Thermals
Beverly Sanders
Lines
Daniel Lalley
Clustr Munchr
Max V. Carp
Late Fall
Lucy Zhang
Bioprinting
Charles Wray
A Boy Named Rafe
Tim Bascom
Marching Orders
Susan Fleming Holm
Cattracks
The Day That Comes Back
Breanna Schmidt
Opie's Story
Elizabeth Jaeger
Time Travel
Marcia Cebulska
Nun Dolls & Broken Toys
Jo Angela Edwins
Haunted
Seize
Laura Kayne
Blue
Kate E. Schultz
Color Wheel
Passenger
My Grandfather's Hog Oiler
Monica Adams
Virginia Mom
Robert Okaji
Cicadas
Steven Ray Smith
Downstairs the Mirror
Daniel Pettee
The Candle in the Bookcase
Susannah Sheffer
Arrhythmia
Brian Daldorph
Sunday Morning
James Owens
Reverie
Alessio Zanelli
From Scratch
Matthew Spireng
The Cardinal You See
Francesca Kelley
Girl Falling
Edward Lee
From a Great Height
Wonderland ("Other Seasons")
Amanda Munoz
Curves
Moment of Peace
Bartender
Jett Terrill
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Grace Lindman
Body Dysmorphia #1
Leah Jamison
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Charles Wray
A Quiet Game