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Where we are, what we see : the best young artists and writers in America : a PUSH anthology

Author: David Levithan
Publisher: New York : PUSH, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : English
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The best and the brightest--startling stories, poetry, essays, reportage and artwork from across America--care of the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. You Are Here, This Is Now II is the definitive anthology of young writers and artists.
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Genre/Form: Literary collections
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Levithan
ISBN: 0439736463 9780439736466
OCLC Number: 59712365
Notes: "The writers an artists in the PUSH Anthology are selected from the winners of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards"--P. [4] of cover.
Description: 220 p., [16] p. of plates : col. ill. ; 18 cm.
Contents: Canvas / poem by Dylan Ravenfox --
Hundred percent virgin / poem by Elena Grill --
Shades of red / essay by Alyssa Woods --
The trouble with gravity / fiction by David Brothers --
Falling / poem by Maggie Johnston --
Balzac in bronze / poem by Eric Linsker --
I didn't know / essay by Hanna Zipes --
Eulogy for John Berryman / poem by Brittany Cavallaro --
Always / poem by Mary Brady --
Left of center / poem by Mia Osborn --
Matricide / fiction by Bennett Sims --
Rehoboth, Summer 1992 / poem by Elisabeth Gorey --
Liturgical procession / fiction by Elizabeth Szypulski --
A question of music / essay by Lori DesRochers --
Nightly wonderland / poem by Natalie Wright --
Oriental / poem by Margaret Wohl --
This cowboy / essay by Eliza Brown --
Understanding the stories / essay by Megan Baxter --
August / poem by Rosemary Bateman --
Elephant / poem by Juliana Morgado --
Proximities / poem by Maggie Johnston --
Crybaby moon / fiction by Sarah Campbell --
Numbers / fiction by Charlotte Seaman-Huynh --
Something in the air / essay by Tucker Eads --
Lifethreads / fiction by Sarah Weiss --
Just another excuse / poem by Eric Linsker --
America: a labor of love poem / poem by Ebra Lillian Plott --
Iraqi boys swimming / poem by Meghan Lee --
Living like that / essay by Esther Mittelman --
I kept looking / essay by Alexander Fabry --
There is nothing so red as cranberry juice / poem by Ian Ferguson --
To my twin brother who died at birth / poem by Hallie Rundle --
Eryk / poem by Jennifer Holcombe --
Water washes it away with the dirt / poem by Mary Brady --
What cancer meant / essay by Katrina Gersie --
5 shot, 3 dead in Whidbey murder-suicide June 20, 2002 / essay by Ashton Alvarez --
Mother, when we were young / essay by Baolu Lan --
Manchurian girl / essay by Lisa Wang --
Free Willy / essay by Rebecca Bauman --
Killers / fiction by Alice Rose Lott --
a boy with glasses / poem by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins --
The relationship between lovers and words / poem by Hannah Jones --
Shah Noor / --
The marriage proposal / poem by Freya Gibbon --
thursday night soliloquies / poem by Kristin Ferebee --
Seven spots / fiction by Anna Lister --
Where the floor meets the ceiling / essay by Sarah Benson --
Shit happens / fiction by David Weiss --
Elementary indiscretions / fiction by Johanna Povirk-Znoy --
Our Thursday / poem by Andrew Chan --
Nyiav to my mother / fiction by Kao Nou Thao --
After the snowstorm / poem by Brittany Cavallaro --
Sugar / fiction by Emrys Jaskwhich --
Asterisk / poem by Tim Horgan-Kobelski.
Responsibility: edited by David Levithan.

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The best and the brightest--startling stories, poetry, essays, reportage and artwork from across America--care of the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. You Are Here, This Is Now II is the definitive anthology of young writers and artists.

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