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"We will be most happy if you will remember this publication as the love-child of a holy union between rebellion and creativity" (Afterword). The First Edition contains short stories and poems written by the students of Illinois Wesleyan University.
"The main criterion for the selection of articles and poems has been 'a personal and sensitive recording of emotion, observation, reflection, thought, or confrontation." (Dedication, v.1). The Iris was founded on November 4, 1971, to commemorate the 200th birthday anniversary of James Montgomery (1771-1854), the British journalist and poet who edited "The Sheffield Irish" for 31 years, and to perpetuate the memory of his humanitarian principles.
This collection is comprised of Bray’s notes, early manuscripts, lectures, campus and public presentations, plays and other creative works, and correspondence.
This collection is organized into the following series:
1. Published Works
2. Presentations & Exhibits
3. Plays & Other Creative Works
5. Audio/Visual Materials
Tributaries is the creative arts journal of IWU that publishes a book of student poetry, short fiction, art, photography, and music every semester. "Tributaries is Illinois Wesleyan University's journal of fine arts, celebrating the strongest and most original work being created by IWU students" (v.4:no.2)
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