LA CROSSE HISTORY
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THE LA CROSSE AREA'S HISTORY, DIGITIZED

Literature


Resources

—Literature—


Author:
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
Subject:
American literature--Wisconsin--La Crosse
American poetry--Wisconsin--La Crosse
College students' writings, American--Wisconsin--La Crosse
Creator:
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
Description:
“The Catalyst is an undergraduate publication for the UW-La Crosse community sponsored by the UW-La Crosse English Club. The publication showcases the creativity and talent in the UW-L community, publishing original prose (fiction and nonfiction), poetry, artwork, photography, videos, music, and more from UW-L students, faculty, and staff” (taken from The Catalyst website). This collection features 74 volumes of The Catalyst, prior to the journal going digital, beginning with volume 1, published in 1971, and ending with volume 29, published in 2008.
Author:
University of Missouri Libraries
Creator:
David J. Marcou
Description:
David J. Marcou is a La Crosse, Wisconsin, resident, photographer, writer and editor. A graduate of the University of Missouri's School of Journalism in 1984, most of Marcou's works are available electronically through this website of the University of Missouri Libraries' library guide.
Author:
Speranza
Subject:
Portrait photography--Wisconsin--La Crosse
Wisconsin--La Crosse
Creator:
David J. Marcou
Description:
Edited by David J. Marcou, this compilation of teams of writers and photographers include many La Crosse, Wisconsin, contributors.
Subject:
Little magazines
Creator:
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Department of English.
Description:
“Founded in 1996 by members of the UW-La Crosse English department, Steam Ticket: A Third Coast Review is a nationally-distributed annual literary journal that publishes poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and artwork from writers and artists around the world. Students enrolled in English 320 (Literary Journal Production) work as editors and readers to select engaging works from established prize-winning writers as well as from new and emerging writers. The process is overseen by a professor who has experience in creative writing and publishing. The Steam Ticket staff commits itself to celebrating diversity in the selections of its content.” (Taken from the UWL English Department website.)