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Award-winning Work from Grub Street


grub street
(grub street)
n:

1. The world of impovershed writers and literary hacks
[After Grub Street, London]

2. The literary and arts magazine of Towson University;
formerly Grub Street Wit.



Towson University's Grub Street was one of six magazines to win a 2006 College Gold Crown award, the highest recognition given by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association to a student print or online medium for overall excellence. Other winners included: American River College, Columbia College, Webster University, Bridgewater State College and Harvard. Work from the award-winning issue of Grub Street is presented here.

"Portrait of a Man" by Glenn Woodburn, Acrylic Collage
"Tara in Tree" by Oona Miller, Black & White Photograph
"Untitled" by Eun Jung Mattingly, Black & White Photograph
"We All Come Down Sometime" by Jon Patton, Musical composition
 
    "Admission"
    by Mario Susko
   "I Left June with a
    Broken Heart"

    by Eddie Lee Oliver
   "Poetry"
    by Douglas Mowbray    
  "We All Come Down
    Sometime"

    by Jon Patton
     
 

 

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"Portrait of a Man" by Glenn Woodburn, Acrylic Collage

"Admission"

"Tara in Tree" by Oona Miller, Black & White Photograph "I Left June with a Broken Heart"
"Untitled" by Eun Jung Mattingly, Black & White Photograph

"Poetry"

"We All Come Down Sometime" by Jon Patton, Musical composition

"We All Come Down Sometime"



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• Meet Clarinda Harriss

• College Gold Crown Award Winners

• Columbia Scholastic Press Association

• TU Department of English

• TU Student Organizations

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