But wait! There’s more!
This collage features excerpts from Fordham’s very own the paper and The Fordham Ram. Go check them out. They do good work.
Everybody knows that when push comes to shove, nothing feels better than feeling the love.
Presenting the February 2014 issue of The Vagabond! Even if you don’t have someone to hold tonight, you at least have The Vagabond. The Vagabond is always here for you. Always. <3
If you don’t see your submission in this issue, fear not, for it will be published at a later date. Everything will be okay, my dear. Do you want a back rub? Come here.
Can you feel it? Can you feel the love? Nothing feels better than feeling the love.
Wine comes in at the mouth
And love comes in at the eye;
That’s all we shall know for truth
Before we grow old and die.
I lift the glass to my mouth,
I look at you, and I sigh.
The titles of the featured art in our Fall 2013 mag are erroneous; they should be “bird of four chambers,” “chrysanthemum,” “ocean,” and “sinisgalli” respectively.
Our sincerest apologies to our featured artist Cecilia Yang for the error. Check out more of her beautiful (and correctly titled) work here!
The Reid Family Prize
Read and respond to this year’s creative work in the form of fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, visual art, short film, new media, or drama script.
Bernice Kilduff White & John J. White Creative Writing Prize
Submit up to 1500 words of poetry, fiction, or nonfiction.
Ully Hirsch/Robert F. Nettleton Poetry Prizes
Submit up to 5 pages of poetry (LC only)
Margaret Lamb/Writing to the Right-Hand Margin Prize
Submit up to 5 pages of poetry.
The deadline for all prizes is 2/3/14
CLICK each prize for more details and how to enter!
glad the ampersand is there for me when my two favorite hot drinks don’t taste good when mixed *ssiiiggghhhhhhh
Always there 4 a lovely Ram <3 We admire your [attempted] innovation.