Tom-Tom, v. 1 no.2, Spring 1937

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University of Wichita
Creative Writing Club
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1937
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Magazine
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Student writing , Student journals , Creative writing , University of Wichita
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Tom-Tom, v. 1 no. 2, Spring 1937. University of Wichita, Wichita, Kansas, 1937. 40 pages
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Includes articles, short stories, essay, humor, a fable and verses.

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ARTICLES: Inspiration and technique / Earle R. Davis; Why the historical novel? / Lilian Parks; A modern viking / Marguerite Cleary; The current New York stage / Betty Neely -- SHORT STORIES: Prelude to a puzzle / Betty Jones; Fade-out / Grenville Darling; A romance of early river days / Leo W. Allman; What matters matter? / Floyd Snitz -- AN ESSAY: The art of being a poet / Mark Clutter -- HUMOR: Students' handy handbook to browning / Guy Harvey; Astronomy for you and me / Caroline Parks; Mice on a paying basis / Bettie Hetrick; Ravings of a polite madam / Orlando Furios -- A FABLE: The divine warts / Mark Clutter -- VERSE: "Ice bound" / Marie Tayer Griffith; "Reincarnation" / Gladys Taggart; "In war" / Maxine Setzer; "The medicine man" / Bentley Barnabas; "Night life" / Geraldine Hammond; "Spring walk in the woods" / May Williams Ward; "Winter fragment" / Geraldine Hammond; "Faith lost" / Mark Clutter; "Short story" / Mark Clutter; "The democracy of brains" / John Randolph
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Published each semester by the Creative Writing Club of the University of Wichita, Kansas
Editorial stuff: Lilian Parks, editor; Floyd Snitz
Approved by the Board of Student Publications
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University of Wichita
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Tom-Tom
v. 1, no. 2
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