Killing Silence Literary Monthly (2000-2001) leans towards a more traditional literary arts magazine, with signed poetry and short stories.
This is the second volume of Killing Silence Literary Monthly, the magazine is a small stapled booklet with a black and white cover depicting two drawn eyes. 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, childhood, growing up, and illness. The short story "Tough Skins" by Allison Roger deals with the sickness of a loved one and the want to protect them. The poem "A Letter Home, From Vietnam" by Liz Park discusses fishing, vulnerability, and home. The back of the magazine lists the sponsors. Killing Silence was edited by Darren Demaree. This publication includes some strong language.
Student Publications; Poetry; Diseases; Fishing; Love
College of Wooster Special Collections
The College of Wooster
Literary magazine, poetry, chronic illness, love, Vietnam, fishing
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"Killing Silence Literary Monthly: Volume 2" (2000). Alternative Voices. 23.