The Spring 2012 edition of Mosaic, Kellogg Community College’s student art and literary magazine, is out now. The magazine is free and should be available to pick up on all campus sites, in the library, on newspaper racks and in the English and the Arts and Communications offices.
The spring edition is the issue for which awards are given to select contributors. This year’s award winners were selected by Rose Swartz, an adjunct faculty member at Kellogg Community College and an assistant poetry editor of Hayden’s Ferry Review. Winners include:
Yasin Muqit, for “Absent Presence”
Mike Love, for “Seeing the Elephant”
Chelcie Ziegler, for “Fruedian Attic Attacks”
Jordanne Dulyea, for “Five Ways of Looking at Lip Gloss”
Caitlyn Lyles, for “There is Something like a Garden”
Tiffany Thatcher, for “A Knock at the Door”
Art for the Mosaic was selected by the Art League, and written work was selected by the Crude Arts Club. For more information about Kellogg Community College’s Mosaic, visit www.kellogg.edu/artscomm/mosaic/index.html or pick up a copy on campus.
The cover photo above was taken by Nick Garrison in South Haven and is titled “South Haven Sunset.”