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CORNFIELD REVIEW CORNFIELD REVIEW An Annual of the Creative Arts 1990 Volume 9 Marion, Ohio CORNFIELD REVIEW Editor Stuart Lishan Associate Editor Lynda Barry Poetry Editor Terry Hermsen Arts Editor e.l. sauselen Fiction Editor Martha Bartter Editorial Staff Jason Coale John Kumar Tammy Decker Heather Seddon Tammy Frazee The front cover by Glenn Rothman is a computer-enhanced photograph. Cornfield Review is published once a year at The Ohio State University at Marion. The Editorial Board seeks quality writing and graphic art and will consider submissions each year between October 1 and February 1. Please send no more than five poems and limit fiction to 3000 words or less. All submissions must be accompanied by a stamped, self-addressed envelope. Address correspondence to: Cornfield Review The Ohio State University 1465 Mt. Vernon Avenue Marion, Ohio 43302 The editors are grateful for the financial support of The Ohio State University at Marion and the Ohio Arts Council. We would also like to thank Marvin Bratt and Lori Stevenson for their technical support. ISSN 0363-4574 Copyright © 1990 by Cornfield Review Rights revert to contributor upon publication. CORNFIELD REVIEW 1990 Is There a Midwestern Literature? untitled untitled Ringing the Bells at Lake Geneva The Surgeon Visiting the Underground Touch Upon the Brighter Side of Darkness Neverending Nowhere Winter Term After Antigone The Haven Midwinter A Poem Called Lost at Sea Whisper My Name Great Horned Owl Butoh Images Contributors Michael J. Rosen James Lee BA.Vondenberg Ann Tovmsend Jackie Bromstedt Marcia Dickson Robert Schroeder Robert Flanagan Gay Brewer Mike White Angie Estes Liza Wieland Karen Propp Glenn Rothman/ Maureen Fleming 4 20 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 37 38 39 40 42 44 45 49 "Frontmatter." The Cornfield Review 9 (1990): Front - 3. Available online at Copyright he

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