Killing Silence Literary Monthly (2000-2001) leans towards a more traditional literary arts magazine, with signed poetry and short stories.
This is the first volume of Killing Silence Literary Monthly, the magazine is a small stapled booklet with a black and white cover depicting a sun. The publication includes a table of contents at the front that lists the title of the stories and poems included in the volume as well as the authors, this volume includes seventeen pieces. The subjects of the pieces vary and there is no central theme. Topics and themes covered in these pieces include love, gender, feminity, and music. Giuseppe's piece "Jazz" discusses Jazz music, mentioning Thelonius Monk. The poem "In Motion" by Hannah Russell describes a subject dancing. The back of the magazine lists the sponsors. Killing Silence was edited by Darren Demaree.
Student Publications; Poetry; Jazz; Gender identity; Dance in literature
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The College of Wooster
Literary magazine, poetry, Jazz, music, Thelonious Monk, gender
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"Killing Silence Literary Monthly: Volume 1" (2000). Alternative Voices. 22.