Spring 2013 Issue



Dartmouth students are warmly encouraged to submit their poetry, prose, non-fiction and all forms of visual art.


Right: Baths by Hannah Decker ’13

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But aren’t you the same girl who knelt

naked on the breakwater, bent in praise to some made-up moon goddess?

from Soliloquy: Woman Talking to a Mirror, or Birthday Pep Talk from Yusef Komunyakaa by Madeline Lesser '13

Right: Home IV by Luca Molnar ’13

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In sleep,

your hands are cold,

moon-heavy.

Dust gathers on your brow,

dust

from One Year In by Madeline Lesser ’13

Right: Untitled by Rebecca Schantz ’16

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do I

forgive the sun

or

pick up the child

from How to Wake Up by Hannah Seulgee Jung '15


Right: Fogged Out by Katherine Pujol ’13

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Stories,

like beds, too

have many sides

from Headboard by Lisa Flynn '14


Right: Fractal Dreams by Michael Chilcote ’12

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& the Archives


"Capgras Syndrome" - a poem
by Becca Rothfeld '14


"Danny" - a short story
by Frank Santo '11


"christmas day, 1965"
a poem
by Andrew Lohse '11



Established in 1980, the Stonefence Review is the premier journal of arts and letters at Dartmouth College. We publish new work quarterly, but are always accepting submissions and inquiries. Stonefence is created by Dartmouth undergrads for Dartmouth undergrads, but we more than welcome participation and submissions from other members of the Dartmouth community. We're dedicated to providing a vital forum for the intellectual, literary, and artistic communities of Dartmouth College. Please feel free to e-mail questions or suggestions to: SFR@dartmouth.edu
and send submissions to stonefencereview.com/submit