Columbia College

The Banana King

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Catalog Number: 
Magazine, Banana King
Date: 
Summer 2004
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Volume: 
1
Issue: 
1
Abstract: 
A.B. Drea, a fiction MFA student at Columbia College in Chicago, edited this Beat poetry inspired collection of literary essays, including fictional and non-fictional pieces.
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English
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Intersections: A Collection of Photographs by Doug Fogelson

Catalog Number: 
Book Fogelson
Date: 
2005
Abstract: 
Catalog of photographs by Chicago artist Douglas Fogelson, focusing on the elements of his art that are about the intersection and layering of time and individuals. Includes curriculum vitae.
Language: 
English
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A Jam Session

Catalog Number: 
z.35
Date: 
2005
Volume: 
1st ed
Abstract: 
From the introduction: "A Jam Session consists of nonfiction pieces and short stories set in Chicago and completed within the last six years. May of the entries involve sports. That reflects my belief that one can learn insights about themselves and others through the heat of competition. I hope that these works will provide some inspiration, perspective, or perhaps a chuckle."
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eng
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Soul Snatcher

Catalog Number: 
b.6
Date: 
1985
Volume: 
1st ed
Abstract: 
A young straight woman named Sharla moves to Chicago and is mistaken for a lesbian, Meredith, with whom she identical physically, but the opposite in personality. Initially disgusted that her &quot;doppelganer&quot; is queer, Sharla becomes more and more obsessed with Meredith's life, believing that the confident, popular Meredith stole the soul that was rightfully hers.<br />
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eng
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0-913017-03-5

Steve Albini Thinks We Suck