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  • Pennay, Anthony O. (2004)
  • Long, Jeffery Ryan (2004)
  • Pocock, Kyla (2004)
  • Kern 
    Picard, Tiare L. (2006)
    Last year I moved to my apartment on Lipoa Place in Aiea. Two flatbeds of followed me with furniture, pots and pans-the stuff of living I had accumulated since my last big exodus. From the sidewalk, my mother and I watched ...
  • Shin, Michelle S.H. (2005)
    These stories chronicle a host of small dramas and problems people create in their lives in order to avoid facing their true problems. My stories show people who are too consumed by their small, self-inflicted affairs to ...
  • Ingram, Margaret Anne ([Honolulu], 1937)
    Study of Louis Becke, Australian author of tales set principally in the Pacific islands.
  • Kelsey, Christopher R. (University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2003-05)
  • Gillham, Crystal A. (2007)
    This is a long narrative poem based on the history ofElmina Castle, Ghana. The Elmina Castle was built as a trade post by the Portuguese in 1482 to protect the gold-rich land they discovered earlier in 1471. The land on ...
  • Whitehead, Martin (University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2002-12)
    This collection of four short stories explores the growth and character of a man who is neither good nor evil, but who is struggling with the consequences of being himself in a world he can neither trust nor understand. ...
  • Gresham, Melanie Maile (2004)
  • Cosentino, Samantha, 1977 (2005)
  • Refuge 
    Gaspar, Kahea (2008-08)
  • Conner, Thomas (2008)
  • Burzynski, John K. (2008)
    My goal for this project is to introduce the sport of disc golf and my essays on it, as well as to mediate the conversation of the topic so that both a literary reader and a "regular" disc golf player can get an enjoyable ...
  • Figueroa, Roberto Chavez (University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2003-05)
  • Nagashima, Cheri Kamei ([Honolulu] : [University of Hawaii at Manoa], [May 2014], 2014-05)
    00. PROLOGUE--Eiji Sino-Korean Colony of Nippon We're restarting civilization. What do we keep? Eiji blinks and the Blue unfurls before her. It falls as a semi-transparent screen over her vision, lighting up with rows of ...
  • Wright-Cannon, Raindrop ([Honolulu] : [University of Hawaii at Manoa], [May 2014], 2014-05)
    A Way with Water, a dual narrative, traces my mother's journey from England to the United States and from California to Hawaiʻi with three children in tow to escape a physically abusive relationship; and my stepfather's ...
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