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From the prairie schooner to a city flat.
Charles Brougher Jernigan
Written in English
|LC Classifications||BX8699.N3 J4|
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|Number of Pages||140|
|LC Control Number||48043975|
Prairie Schooner at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has selected the winners for its annual book awards for poetry and short fiction. Safiya Sinclair has won the book prize in poetry for her manuscript “Cannibal,” chosen by guest judges David Baker and Hilda Raz with editor-in-chief Kwame Dawes. The Prairie Schooner Book Prize in Fiction is awarded to Greg Hrbek for "Destroy All Monsters," and the Prairie Schooner Book Prize in Poetry is awarded to James Crews for "The Book of What Stays." Each winner receives $3, and publication by the University of Nebraska Press.
Winner of the Prairie Schooner Book Prize in Fiction, Black Jesus and Other Superheroes chronicles ordinary people achieving vivid extrasensory perception while under extreme pain. The stories tumble into a universe of the jaded and the hopeful, in which men and women burdened with unwieldy and undesirable superhuman abilities are nonetheless resilient in subtle and startling ways. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hooker, William Francis, Prairie schooner. Chicago, Saul Bros., (OCoLC) Document Type.
Natalie Diaz is an associate professor of English and the Maxine and Jonathan Marshall Chair in Modern and Contemporary Poetry at Arizona State is the author of When My Brother Was an Aztec and of the forthcoming book Post Colonial Love Poem.. In she received a MacArthur Fellowship. Hannah Ensor is the assistant director of the Hopwood Awards Program at the University . ''HARPER'S STORY BOOK'' BY JACOB ABBOTT/ BEAUTIFUL ENGRAVINGS, VINTAGE $ + $ shipping. ABBOTT, Keith. Putty. San Francisco: Cranium Press, First edition. 1/ $ + $ shipping. FROM THE PRAIRIE SCHOONER IN TX TO A CITY FLAT IN NY / Rev.C.B. Jernigan / $ Free shipping. SAVE UP TO 30% See all eligible Seller Rating: % positive.
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Jernigan. FROM THE PRAIRIE SCHOONER TO A CITY FLAT By Charles Brougher Jernigan INTRODUCTION It is a far cry from the Texas plains to the world's metropolis; from the prairie schooner to the subway trains; from the log cabin of the western pioneer to Gotham flats. It is as far as the East is.
The prairie schooner was smaller and lighter than the Conestoga wagon—which at the time was popular in the eastern United States for hauling freight—and therefore was more suitable for long-distance travel.
Unlike the Conestoga, which had a body that angled up at each end and prevented cargo from tipping or falling out, the prairie schooner had a flat horizontal body.
The Raz-Shumaker Prairie Schooner Book Prize in Fiction for goes to Megan Cummins for her manuscript "If the Body Allows It," chosen by guest-judges Timothy Schaffert and Xu Xi with Editor-in-Chief Kwame Dawes. Cummins is a writer and editor living in Brooklyn.
Her work has appeared in A Public Space, One Teen Story, Guernica, Ninth Letter, and elsewhere. Prairie Schooner is a literary magazine published quarterly at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln with the cooperation of UNL's English Department and the University of Nebraska is based in Lincoln, Nebraska and was first published in Founded by Lowry Wimberly and a small group of his students, who together formed the Wordsmith Chapter of Sigma Upsilon (a national honorary.
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The Prairie Schooner. The Conestoga was a unique type of wagon originally made in the Conestoga Valley of Pennsylvania by fine German craftsmen. The body of the wagon was curved up high at each end to keep the contents inside from sliding around.
Winner of the Prairie Schooner Book Prize in Poetry, Susan Gubernat’s The Zoo at Night reflects with subtle craft on the dark side of love, death, the family romance, carnality, and lofty aspirations.
She thinks of her poems as “night thoughts” resembling nocturnes, in which “a bit of light leaks in.” Both experimental and classic, Gubernat’s poems combine formal and free verse. The Prairie Schooner Book Prize in Fiction for goes to Liz Breazeale for her manuscript "Extinction Events," chosen by guest-judges Bernice McFadden and Jack Driscoll with Editor-in-Chief Kwame Dawes.
She will receive a $3, prize and publication from the University of Nebraska Press. The Prairie Schooner: A Story of the Black Hawk War (Hardback or Cased Book):> $ The Prairie Schooner: Wake of the Prairie Schooner (history of travel westward in the US) Paden 1st > $ FROM THE PRAIRIE SCHOONER IN TX TO A CITY FLAT IN NY Rev.C.B.
Jernigan > $ FROM THE PRAIRIE. Irene D Paden THE WAKE OF THE PRAIRIE. The close of the Mexican-American War brought with it a new era to the reign of the prairie schooner then began in earnest.
Almost immediately the freight business between Missouri River points and Santa Fe increased to a wonderful degree. Where before a yearly caravan was deemed sufficient for the trade, from now on, during the season of safe travel, the trail was seldom vacant of.
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They are not provided by the publication's editors/staff or by Duotrope's admins. The Prairie Schooner had a flat body and lower sides. It not only carried the family's belongings, it also served as a shelter at night for sleepy children.
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