General Editor's Preface | Douglas E. Green, Children of the Heavenly Father | Jill Busse, 1975, Dedicated to T.S. Eliot and the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company | Elsa Mohn, 1975, Sandbox War | Beth Ann Huehn, 1976, Portraits-Details from a Sketchbook | David Paul Racther, 1977, Here | B.J. Gage, 1977, For the Nit-Pickers | Kathy Holliday, 1977, Kafka’s Tunnel | Bob Lindstrand, 1978, Diana | Carolyn Moore, 1978, Butchering Day | Randy Fish, 1978, The Farmer | Kim Morken, 1979, [We were red] | Kathy Veldey, 1979, Dress Up Days | Paula Shelley, 1979, Hot August Afternoon | Paul Kilgore, 1979, Telescope | Maureen Cooper, 1980, For Little Awkward Girls, Somehow | Andrea Narr, 1981, Untitled | Vicki George, 1981, Sea | Kristen Swendseid, 1982, There Are Worse Things | Kate Angier, 1982, Grandma’s House | Myles Weber, 1983, Shame | Tammy J. Rider, 1983, If Only You Would Ask About Dreams | Barbara Arveson Tawah, 1984, Another Original Sin | Kathy Kuross, 1984, The Ids | Chan Lovelace, 1985, “I’m already looking again . . .” | Dena Hintermeister, 1986, Ode to the Generation Gap | Devoney Kay Looser, 1987, “True” | Anne Panning, 1987, BLANK . . . | Louise E. Butler, 1987, Untitled | Lody Johnson, 1988, Green | Bao Kue, 1988, Racing Through the Green | Julie Siege, 1988, Exchange | Lisa Dietz, 1989, Apples | Steve Fredlund, 1990, Gramma W. | Pat Noren, 1990, A Letter to Ernest | Pat Ortmayer, 1990, Making Statements | Marilyn Tavares, 1991, Darkness Defeated? | Luna Veng, 1991, Angel May Earth | India Nicole, 1991, Heroin | Cami Harris, 1992, Dear Mrs. Lewis | Edward Raupp, 1992, 4 a.m. at Perkins | Carrie Kennedy, 1993, White on Black | Daniel King, 1993, Wayside Rest | Dale Van Every, 1993, Forever, Louise | Tracy Lynn Mazion, 1994, Chaco Canyon | Mary Kane, 1994, After the Abortion | Jane Jeong Trenka, 1995, Painted Turtle | Terry “T” DeGroat, 1995, Selected Short Stories of Men & Women, Girls and Boys | Luke Mosling, 1995, Ruby of the Silence | Perrine Dailey, 1995, My Overalls | Camille Carnes, 1995, Tea Time | Laura Paul, 1996, On The Face of All the Earth | Cheri Johnson, 1997, i remember / l Can’t Forget | Nicole Lindemyer, 1997, Collard Green Dreams | Keith Allen, 1998, Indian Summer | Mark Jackson, 1999, A Game of Boxes for dad | Chad Albert Sellers, 1999, Courting | Scott Bibus, 2000, Straight Man’s Playhouse | Stephenie Noggle, 2001, Walking At Midnight | Lydia Noggle, 2001, Coyote Saves Moon | Christina T. Markwood-Rod, 2002, Fabrics of Dreams | Gretchen Waldeland, 2002, Anything She Wants | Erica Hammerschmidt, 2002, No War | Choua Yang, 2003, Bukowski’s Genius | Nick Heisick, 2004, Burn | Jonas Steinberg, 2004, Engagement II | Julia Hoffa, 2004, Bus Notes | Amy Bethke, 2005, Asian Feet | Samantha Mitchell, 2005, Opinion Without Reason | Emily Jensen, 2006, Not a Haiku | Sarah Clay, 2006, Ethel and George | Darla Maciewski, 2007, Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna | Kayla Skarbakka, 2007, River Road | Jeremy Anderson, 2007, The Preacher | Douglas Rountree, 2008, Sand and Castle | Sammie Guck, 2009, Epidemic | Malena Thoson, 2009, My Generation | Benjamin Antoniewicz, 2010, Black Hole | Hannah Cushing, 2010, Switch | Jayne Carlson, 2011, Catching Delhi on Diwali | Ted Conover, 2011, The Savannah | Nicolette Albertson, 2012, Santería | Elise Estrada, 2012, Hard Times | Tina Monje, 2013, To Catch and Release Poetry | Steven Saari, 2013, Twenty Petals | Laurie Akermark, 2013, Ode to Danny | JT Pinther, 2014, The Rise and Fall of the Fourth Reich | Rowan Smith, 2014, Spots, Bed, Morning | Lia Jacobson, 2014, X-mas Mass | Sean Evenson, 2014, Fishing for the Sound | Steven M. Schwartz, 2015, 9102014 | Leslie Hutchinson, 2015, Peter | Mary Cornelius, 2015, Chop Shop | Ryan Nichols, 2015, Fat | Marisa Mosqueda, 2016, I Don’t Always Feel Colored | Diamonique Walker, 2017, Miikawaadendan | Ashley Murray, 2018, Ode to Mangos | Saira Montes Moore, 2019, The Joys of Being Nonbinary | Ziz Immelman, 2020, An anthology of contributions to Murphy Square, Augsburg's literary journal published under that name since 1975. Between 2016 and 2019, Professor Doug Green taught an advanced English course that assigned students to make selections for the anthology from Murphy Squares collected volumes. It was published as part of Augsburg's sesquicentennial celebrations., Due to COVID-19, the coronavirus pandemic, a physical publication was not immediately created. This file was delivered to Stewart Van Cleve by Megan Ellen, graphic designer., Darcey Engen, Augsburg English Department, John Mitchell, Cass Dalglish, Robert Cowgill, Cary Waterman, Murphy Square editorial boards, student-editors, student contributors.
Anthology of poetry and prose. Named for the public city park that adjoins the Augsburg College campus in Minneapolis. "Augsburg College has had a literary journal since 1929; however, it was always published under different names. The journal was named Murphy Square in 1975 and it is still currently Augsburg College's only literary and visual arts journal. Submissions are solicited from the entire Augsburg community late in the fall and published in a professional-quality journal during the spring semester." --Publisher's Web site. "A student publication jointly subsidized by Augsburg College and the Student Senate." Continued in 2015 by Murphy Square literary arts journal (Augsburg College). Title from cover., Editorial Board: Sonja Mischke, Editor In Chief; Gabriela Nesheim, Lead Editor; Olivia House, Art Director; Jacey Mismash, Managing Editor; Doug Green, Faculty Advisor; Lindsay Starck, Faculty Advisor. Prose Editors: Abigail Eck; Allison Uselman; Belle Hearley; Isaac Sonquist; Jessica Mendoza; John Kipper; Norhan Qas em. Poetry Editors: Abigail Eck; Allison Uselman; Daniella Clayton; John Kipper; Norhan Qas em. Art, Music, and Film Editors: Allison Uselman; Belle Hearley; Daniella Clayton; Gena Vang; Jennifer Nemo., digital file / PDF
Shades of Us -- Nou-Chee Chang / The Cost of Honey -- Evan Stills / The Storm of ‘18 -- Corrine Werckman / Fashion Statement -- D E Green / Inspiration Realm -- Athena Estimé / Pierced Body -- Wade Suarez / Michael’s Day -- Michael Olderr / Clouds Roll in on Clear Star Nights -- Jack Jensen / I Know Nothing Else -- Pam Sinicrope / A New Day -- Edward Michael Supranowicz / Skinwalking -- Wade Suarez / In Remembrance -- Jacey Mismash / A Dozen Ways to Survive -- Sarah Degner Riveros / It Wasn’t Yours -- Aaliyah Herrion / Summer Film Collection -- Sabrina Ali / The Broken Void -- Zoe Plait / Head Space -- Ruti Mejia / Christmas at Arlington Hills Lutheran Church -- Sarah Degner Riveros / Dying in the Shadow -- Evan Stills / Blue is the Warmest Color -- Lay Lay Zan / Denouement -- Rachel Lindo / HOTLINE -- Nou-Chee Chang / CAGED -- Nou-Chee Chang / Sober -- Wade Suarez / East Side Thai -- Sarah Degner Riveros / How to go About Finding Your Birth Mother -- Jacey Mismash / Untitled -- Pearl Lockwood / Q-Tine Suit -- Pearl Lockwood / Women -- Bella Barrientes / You Can Swim -- Mya Jane Gawain / Scary -- Emily Pineda / Juggling Act -- Kya Rybachek / Lucas Jordan -- Lucas Miller / Red White Blue -- Azu Esparza Hernandez / The Starship Galaxy -- Simon Redstone / City Nights -- Wade Suarez / Just Wait Til These Hands Catch These Hands -- Jack Jensen / Death -- Beccah Smith / Sea Clown -- Beccah Smith / Generationally Cursed -- Aaliyah Herrion / Dismiss -- Sienna Lee / Growing Home -- Evan Stills / 12921 120 -- Yoko Kofuji / KIMMY Psychedelic Work -- Kim Lindgren / OMG -- Pam Sinicrope / Regression -- Evan Stills / 10 -- Audrey Lorio / Transformation of Xenia -- Shannon Durphy / Curves and Lines -- Zoe Huebner / Cope -- Mya Jane Gawain / Come With Me -- Ruti Mejia / Living With a Baker -- John Weirick / Doctor -- Simon Redstone / DROWNING -- Nou-Chee Chang / Zoom University -- Nou-Chee Chang / #ICANTBREATHE -- Aaliyah Herrion / And With Your Spirit -- D E Green / Library Request -- John Weirick / Alina Baraz -- Sienna Lee / Mi Padre -- Jessica Mendoza / The Butterf ly -- Lucas Miller / Butterfly Ripples -- Melaina Distad / Hands -- Crystal Xiong / Star Crossed -- Zoe Plait / Lake Street 1986 -- Amelie Doying / Campamento en Pajuiles -- Sarah Degner Riveros / This Week’s Experiment -- Zoe Plait / Not Your Baby -- Ing Wendland / Untitled -- Melaina Distad / Untitled -- Melaina Distad / Pink Ribbons in San Francisco -- Pam Sinicrope / Body Fat -- Amelie Doying / Coffee -- With Room -- Evan Stills / Faces of our Generations 50mm -- Simon Redstone / If my Disability was Human -- Bella Barrientes / The Mirror of Time -- Simon Redstone / Little Green Potato Friend -- Evan Stills / Printmaking -- Ani Cassellius / Cabin Poem -- Jack Jensen / Blank Space -- Wade Suarez / Goodbye to the Cooksville Farmhouse Inn -- Sarah Degner Riveros / Entiendo (I Understand) -- Jessica Mendoza / Unforeseen Circumstances -- Edward Michael Supranowicz / Rural-Urban Divide -- John Weirick / Selling America -- Jessica Mendoza / The LakeBy -- Madison Diemert /Get Me Off [The Couch] -- Julia Deak, Anthology of poetry and prose. Named for the public city park that adjoins the Augsburg College campus in Minneapolis. "Augsburg College has had a literary journal since 1929; however, it was always published under different names. The journal was named Murphy Square in 1975 and it is still currently Augsburg College's only literary and visual arts journal. Submissions are solicited from the entire Augsburg community late in the fall and published in a professional-quality journal during the spring semester." --Publisher's Web site. "A student publication jointly subsidized by Augsburg College and the Student Senate." Continued in 2015 by Murphy Square literary arts journal (Augsburg College). Title from cover., Augsburg University Day Student Government; Augsburg University English Department; Augsburg University Art Department; The Echo; Bookmobile, PDF obtained from Murphy Square Staff
A Love Poem for an Over-Worked Essential Worker -- Sarah Degner Riveros / U.S. -- Robert Noel / Clay Collection -- Emma Konrad / AMANEUSE -- Sarah Degner Riveros / Arts & Letters -- Sarah Degner Riveros / Despite/Pesar -- Sarah Degner Riveros / Yonder -- Ed Loubaki / Dreamland Collection -- Kayla Gjerde / Faith -- Sarah Degner Riveros / a Printed Poet at a Poetry Slam -- Jack Jensen / Mobile -- Doug Green / Bricklaying -- John Weirick 1/ Clay Collection -- Emma Konrad 1/ Can Somebody Stop This Year? Please? -- Doug Green / How to Become a Pirate -- John Weirick / In Need of an Eczema Exorcist -- Jack Jensen / Clay Collection -- Emma Konrad / Objectify -- Jack Jensen / Northwest Memories -- John Weirick / Sight Lines -- Doug Green / What Happened that Weekend -- Kristy Moua / Earth pod and earth seed -- Robert Noel / Ode to Trans -- Jack Jensen / Inventory -- Nou-Chee Chang / Chaotic Feasts -- John Weirick / The Vegetarian (Triptych Ode to Han Kang) -- Nou Chee-Chang / a Prayer of Contrition -- Kristy Moua / i want you vulnerable -- Ing Wendland / Portioned Bites -- Sarah Burke / Poppy Press -- Nou-Chee Chang / A Conversation with My Teen -- Pamela Morgan / Rage Against the Dying -- Pamela Morgan / Breeze -- John Weirick / After We Hiked Together -- Wade Suarez / What Keeps the Poet Writing? -- Pamela Morgan / Dreamland Collection -- Kayla Gjerde / Quarry -- Jack Fischel / f.f. -- Wade Suarez / Clay Collection -- Emma Konrad / Unexpected Gift -- Doug Green / Saved by God -- Jake Schachter / I’m Completely Virtual -- Doug Green, It shall be the purpose of Thó Wiŋ Magazine to act as the on-campus literary, visual, and musical arts publication, taking submissions and publishing the works of students and faculty as it has since its origin in 1974.Formerly known as Murphy Square, the name of the organization and literary journal has been changed to Thó Wiŋ Magazine. This decision was made by the 2021-2022 school year’s board in order to distance the organization from the colonial roots of Murphy Square Park and to promote equity and inclusion within the publishing industry, starting here at Augsburg University.“Minnesota, being home to the Dakota people for thousands of years, has many places of power. One of which is located at what is now Indian Mounds Park, which is home to earth mounds that reflect a star constellation honoring Thó Wiŋ. To the Dakhóta people, the Blue Star Woman is the entity that sends you to earth. But she is also the first entity you meet when you die. The Dakhóta have no heaven or hell, only life and then afterlife. This name honors our local places of power and ancient Dakhóta Star knowledge.” —Reuben “Kitto” Stately, with special thanks to Rueben “Kitto” Stately, with special thanks to Rueben “Kitto” Stately, PDF obtained from the Thó Wiŋ staff