MIDWEST CITY, Okla. – The 33rd edition of the Rose State College’s literary journal Pegasus is now available for purchase. The book, which features submitted works from faculty, staff and students, is a yearly project by the Humanities Division.
The 2013 book, as well as the names of those who were selected for inclusion, was unveiled April 25 in the Hudiburg Chevrolet Center. Authors of the compilation of poems, photographs and artwork were invited to a reception, catered by Carson’s Catering, where they received free editions of the book.
RSC professors Susan Dawson-O’Brien and Dianne Krob served as co-advisers on the magazine.
Dawson-O’Brien said books can be purchased for $3 in her office, Communication Center 120, and for those whose work appears in the publication, their copy is free. Exact change is appreciated, and checks made payable to Rose State College, with Pegasus notated on the memo line, also are accepted.
The following people had work published in the book:
For artwork, Jean-Nicole Black, Oklahoma City.; Linda Cooper, Oklahoma City.; Brittany Cox, Harrah.; Cindy Davis, Choctaw, and Hunter Herrera, Jones.
For photography, Cherry Aguilar, Oklahoma City; Shelby Darling, Midwest City; Cindy Davis, Choctaw; Pam Fordenbacher, Midwest City; Brennah Lockwood, Oklahoma City; Kimberli Robberson, Edmond; Chelsey Ryder, Chesapeake, Va.; Mosetta D. Williams, Midwest City and Stephanie N. Wheeler, Midwest City.
For poetry, Cherry Aguilar, Oklahoma City; MariLyn Beaney, Norman; William Bernhardt, Midwest City; M.K. Carey, Nichols Hills; Stephen Copey, Moore,; Shelby Darling, Midwest City; Dee Ferguson, Midwest City; Stan J. Greil, Midwest City; Derek J. Nalley, Shawnee and Meagan Howard.
The deadline for entries to the 2014 publication is December 6, 2013. For more information, contact Dawson-O’Brien at 733-7518.
April 30, 2013