volume seven | number one | spring 2006
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Christina Billings is a sophomore majoring in English at Cameron University.
Kenzie Claunch is a Senior at Cameron University. She is an English major with an emphasis on Creative Writing and a Criminal Justice major. After graduating, she plans to attend law school.
Jordan Ferguson is a student at Cameron University where he majors in English and minors in journalism. In his free time he likes to write poetry, knit sweaters, and star in his own homemade films. He also made his roommate write this bio for him.
Robert Christian is a senior English major at Cameron University.
John G. Morris is Professor of English at Cameron University and teaches courses in American literature. The author of a chapbook of poetry entitled Learning to Love the Music (Rose Rock Press, 1999), has published poems in Westview, the Wisconsin Review, the Oklahoma English Journal, Upriver, and Cooweescoowee. His recent poem, "As I Stand Over the Body of Stricken Man at the Beginning of Autumn With a Forties Tune in My Head, I Think of a Dead Poet from Ohio," won the long, unrhymed poetry contest sponsored by the Oklahoma Writer's Federation, Inc. In addition, his poems have appeared in Hidden Oak and the Chariton Review, and Poetry Motel.
Julie Hensley, MFA, is Assistant Professor of English and Director of Creative Writing at Cameron University. This is her first year as an advisor to the magazine.
John Hodgson teaches courses in composition, creative nonfiction, and British literature.
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The Oklahoma Review is an electronic literary magazine published through the Department of English at Cameron University in Lawton, Oklahoma. The editorial board consists of English and Professional Writing undergraduates, as well as faculty advisors from the Departments of English and Foreign Languages & Journalism.
The goal of our publication is to provide a forum for exceptional fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction in a dynamic, appealing, and accessible environment. The magazine's only agenda is to promote the pleasures and edification derived from high-quality literature.
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