Poems/Essays

Core Education

LAUREN KAUSHANSKY - LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

POEMS

  1. "Under the Branches, Hanging Deep and Weary". Tidewater. Issue II, Spring 1988. 322 - 10th Avenue East, Unit C5. Seattle, WA 98102.
  2. "Falling Rocks". Spindrift. 1988. Volume 26.Shoreline Community College. 16101 Greenwood Avenue N. Seattle, WA 98133.
  3. "Watching Mountain Climbers in Yosemite". Arnazella. 1988, Volume XIII. Bellevue Community College. P.O. Box 92700. Bellevue, WA. 98007 - 2037.
  4. "Float Plane to Orcas". Duckabush Journal. Spring 1989. P.O. Box 2228. Sequim, WA. 98382.
  5. "Viewing Turtles with Alexis Lee". Bellowing Ark. Volume 5, Number 3. May/June 1989. P.). Box 45637. Seattle, WA. 98145.
  6. "Yellow Water Billabong". A Haibun in Brussels Sprout. Volume II, Issue 2: May 1990. P.O. Box 1551. Mercer Island, WA 98040.
  7. "Flicker". Seattle Review: an international, multicultural issue. Volume XII, Number 1. Spring/Summer 1990. Padelford Hall GN - 30, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. 98195.
  8. "Angel's Camp". Preceptions. Issue #23, Winter 1991. 1945 South 4th West. Missoula, Montana. 59801.
  9. "Button Work, 1922". The Steelhead Special. #4 Autumn Run. 1991. P.O. Box 219, Bayside, California. 95524. (707) 826 7426. Editor: C.Nelson. Publisher, Joseph Shermis.
  10. "Pomegranates". Perceptions. Issue #25. Fall 1991. 1530 Phillips. Missoula, Montana. 59802. Edited by Temi Rose.
  11. "Everything She Touches, She Blesses". Sacred River: A Women's Peace Journal. Issue #9, Volum 1. January 1992. P.O. Box 5131. Berkeley, California. 94705 (Phone: 658 - 2182)
  12. "Taking Picutres at Mirror Lake In Winter". Perceptions. Issue #25. Winter 1992. 1530 Phillips. Missoula, Montana. 59802. Edited by Temi Rose.
  13. "A Gift of Turquoise". Sacred River: A Women's Peace Journal. Issue #11, March 1992. P.O. Box 5131. Berkeley, California. 94705. (Phone 658 - 2182)
  14. "I Don't Believe You When You Say Fine". Thirteen Poetry Magazine. Volume X, Number 3. April 1992. P.O. 392. Portlandville, NY. 13834 - 0392. Editor: Ken Stone.
  15. "After Reading Raven Stories, I Remember Stealing". The Raven Chronicles. Volume 1, No. 3. Spring 1992. P.O. Box 95918. University Station. Seattle, WA. 98145. Publishers and Editors: Kathleen Alcala, Phoebe Bosche, Phil Red-Eagle.
  16. "Listening to Rossini's William Tell, Late One Night". Color Wheel. An Issue of Transformations. Number 5, 1992. Published by 700 Elves Press. RR 2, Box 806, Warner, NH. 03278. Frederick Moe, Editor.
  17. "Cutting Out Stars". Color Wheel: An Issue of Transformations. Number 5, 1992. Published by 700 Elves Press, RR 2, Box 806. Warner, NH. 03278. Frederick Moe, Editor.
  18. "Installing Screens, Everywhere". California State Poetry Quarterly. Volume 19, Number 3. Summer 1992. Published by the California State Poetry Society, Box 7126. Orange, California. 92613. Lani Steele, Editor.
  19. "I Was Not Raised On Bell Choirs But the Slow Melodious Sounds of a Ram's Horn". Pleiades. Volume 13, Number 1. Fall 1992. Published by the Department of English and Philosophy, Central Missouri State University, Warrensburg, Missouri. 64093. Rose Marie Kinder and Michael Mann, Faculty Editors.
  20. "Ruth's Button Box". Poets On: Parting. Volume 17, Number 2. Summer 1993. 29 Loring Avenue, Mill Valley, CA. 94941. Ruth Daigon, Editor.
  21. "Seeing Butcher Paper for the First Time". Songs For Our Voices. 1993. Published by the Judah L. Magnes Museum. 2911 Russell Street, Berkeley, CA. 94705. Edited by Paula Naomi Friedman.
  22. "Beware of Pickpockets". Pacific International. Number One. Spring 1993. P.O. Box 250. Davis, CA. 95617 - 1971. Jonathan Daunt, Editor.
  23. "She dreams". Dream Machinery. November 1994. Issue 3. P.O. Box 641971.San Francisco, CA. 94164 - 1971.Maria Silvagnia, Editor.
  24. "Immigrants". Dream Machinery. November 1994. Issue 3. P.O. Box 641971.San Francisco, CA. 94164 - 1971.Maria Silvagnia, Editor.
  25. "After Reading Raven, Stories, I Remember Stealing". Raven in Winter. (Mini - book.) 1994. Volume 1, No. 1 in a series of Raven mini - books. Editors: Kathleen Alcala, Phoebe Bosche. P.O. Box 95918. Seattle, WA 98145.
  26. "Painting Kindness". Gateway. 1994. Potpourri Publications Company. P.O. Box 8278. Prairie Village, KS. 66208. (913) 642 - 1503. Edited by Denise R. Rapp. Illustrated by Deborah A. Rapp.
  27. "Listening to Rossini's William Tell, Late One Night" and "Immigrants". InkSplash '95. Sponsored by Redmond Arts Commission. The City of Redmond. 8703 160th Ave NE. P.O. Box 97010, Redmond, WA 98073 - 9710.
  28. "Who Has More Fears, Parents or Kids?" Between the Lines. 1995. Edmonds Community College, 20000 68th Avenue West, Lynnwood, WA. 98036. (206) 640 - 1328. Managing Editor: Sam Marx.
  29. "Flicker". Switched On Gutenberg. An Electric Poetry Journal, Volume 1, Number 1. June 1995. Academic Programs, University of Washington. Web: http://weber.u.washington.edu/-jnh/. Jana Harris, Editor.
  30. "She is a Fiddle". The Magnetic Poetry Book of Poetry. An Anthology of Magnetic Poems. 1997. Dave Kapell and Sally Steenland. Workman Publishing Co., 708 Broadway, New York, NY 10003 - 9555. (212) 254 - 5900.
  31. "Only Hat Makers Need Apply". Bloodroot Literary Magazine. 2010. Volume 3. "Do" Roberts, Editor. P.O. Box 322, Thetford Center, VT 05075. bloodroot@wildblue.net. 802 7854916.

ESSAYS

Kaushansky, Lauren. "Reviving Ben Franklin's Junto Club". Democracy and Education: The Magazine for Classroom Teachers. (Jean Hunt, Editor) Volume 14, No. 3. (2002): 54 - 56.

CONTESTS

Commendation Award for the Anna Davidson Rosenberg Award for Poems of the Jewish Experience. Poem titled: "Seeing Butcher Paper for the First Time". Published in the anthology Songs For Our Voices. 1993. Coordinated by the Judah L. Magnes Museum, The Jewish Museum of the West. 2911 Russell Street. Berkeley, CA 94705. Paula Friedman, Poetry Coordinator. (510) 549 - 6950.

Honorable Mention for the Poem "Listening to Rossini's William Tell Late One Night" in the InkSplash '95 Contest sponsored by the Redmond Arts Commission as part of ArtSplash '95, Redmond's Annual Community Celebration of the Arts. 8703 160th Avenue NE. P.O. Box 97010, Redmond, WA. 98073 - 9710.