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26 Nov, 2018

Inscribe: Fall 2018

November 26th, 2018|Rogue Writers|2 Comments

Foreword Inscribe is a platform for students, faculty, and alumni to submit their creative work.  This journal is associated with the Rogue Writers club, which focuses on giving students a safe place to share and revise their writing.  Club members gather once a week to write together, share ideas, build [...]

3 Sep, 2018

Beginning of a New Semester!

September 3rd, 2018|Rogue Writers|0 Comments

Hello Friends,   The leaders of Rogue Writers and Inscribe have come back to campus with renewed and re-energized minds as they plan for another semester of exciting writing events.  After a long summer, we have all had time to brainstorm and develop new ideas for our club this year. [...]

27 Apr, 2018

Launch Party a Success

April 27th, 2018|Rogue Writers|0 Comments

In celebration of McPherson College's new online creative arts journal Inscribe, a launch party was held on April 26 at Craft Coffee in McPherson. Jason Ryberg, poet and publisher at Spartan Press in Kansas City, shared the spotlight with McPherson College creative writers at a reading which featured selections from Inscribe. Inscribe [...]

10 Apr, 2018

Inscribe: Spring 2018

April 10th, 2018|Rogue Writers|2 Comments

Foreward Inscribe is it is a platform for students, faculty, and alumni to submit their creative work.  This journal is closely associated with the Rogue Writers club, which focuses on giving students a safe place to share and revise their writing.  Club members gather once a month to write together, [...]

26 Mar, 2018

POET WATCH: Tomi Simmons

March 26th, 2018|Rogue Writers|0 Comments

Writing has been apart of my life for a while. I have been writing since the second grade, and slamming my poetry in a competitive setting  since 2015. It’s funny because I hadn’t started out with performing, I simply showed up to a poetry slam one night and competed. I [...]

29 Jan, 2018

Creative Writers Prepare for a Prolific Spring

January 29th, 2018|Rogue Writers|0 Comments

Creative writing can often seem both a lofty and lonely pursuit; however, most writers know that the secret to flourishing as a creator often depends upon the establishment of a thriving and supportive community."No man is an island" as the poet John Donne said, and no writer really writes without [...]

20 Nov, 2017

Dexter Booth and Why Children Need Poetry

November 20th, 2017|Rogue Writers|1 Comment

By Kerri Snell I am convinced that if we force-fed small children poems the way we offer them Tater Tots as a nutritious vegetable in the lunch line, they would mature into taller sprigs of word-blooms, roots embedded in language and unable to survive without poetry. If I were President [...]

30 Oct, 2017

The​ ​artistic​ ​nature​ ​of​ ​words​

October 30th, 2017|Rogue Writers|0 Comments

by Cara Hudson, student editor of MC’s soon-to-be-named Creative Arts Journal. My​ ​first​ ​experience​ ​with​ ​creative​ ​writing​ ​was​ ​in​ ​fifth​ ​grade,​ ​when​ ​Mrs.​ ​Miller​ ​required​ ​us to​ ​write​ ​outlandish​ ​stories​ ​every​ ​day​ ​for​ ​our​ ​scrapbooks.​ ​​ ​We​ ​would​ ​walk​ ​into​ ​class​ ​each morning​ ​and​ ​find​ ​some​ ​ridiculous​ ​prompt​ ​on​ ​the​ [...]

18 Oct, 2017

A Cyclopedia of Composition I

October 18th, 2017|Rogue Writers|0 Comments

Today is the last day of classes before the commencement of Fall Break, not a “high energy” day when it comes to lecturing or listening. In my two sections of Composition I, I defaulted to creative writing mode, and as a result I feel energized and refreshed even before my [...]

13 Oct, 2017

A Club is Born

October 13th, 2017|Rogue Writers|0 Comments

In her book, The Creating Brain, Nancy Anderson argues that creative people are likely to be more productive and more original if surrounded by other creative people. This is the impetus behind MC Writes, a newly formed creative writing club on campus. We meet once monthly (sometimes more) on Thursday [...]