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The Resource We are quiet, we are loud : the best young writers and artists in America : a Push anthology / edited by David Levithan

We are quiet, we are loud : the best young writers and artists in America : a Push anthology / edited by David Levithan

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We are quiet, we are loud : the best young writers and artists in America : a Push anthology / edited by David Levithan
Title
We are quiet, we are loud
Title remainder
the best young writers and artists in America : a Push anthology / edited by David Levithan
Title variation
Best young writers and artists in America
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"Welcome to the next generation. Chosen from tens of thousands of entries to the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, PUSH is proud to present the best young writers and artists in America. Some show us the world in quiet force. Others yell. There is anger in these pages, as well as love. There is clarity, as well as confusion. And there is hope. Hope that things can sometimes be fixed. Hope that eventually high school will end. Hope that a new generation of writers can use their quiet and their noise to make an undeniable mark. Listen to what they have to say -- and see what they can do"--P. [4] of cover
Cataloging source
BTCTA
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Levithan, David
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  • Teenagers
  • Teenagers' writings, American
  • Teenagers' art
Target audience
adolescent
Label
We are quiet, we are loud : the best young writers and artists in America : a Push anthology / edited by David Levithan
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"Winners of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards"--P. [1] of cover
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Adoncia in flight
  • poem by Andrew Lippman
  • Regeneration
  • poem by Glynnis Ritchie
  • The tiger
  • essay by Suzanna Yang
  • October story
  • poem by Denise Rickman
  • After my father died
  • poem by Tara Venkatraman
  • A prenuptial agreement for friendship
  • Menu planning
  • essay by Anne Reece
  • Polaroids
  • essay by Christine Kwon
  • Disclaimer
  • poem by Ashley Chow
  • No more Autumn poems
  • poem by Alexander Foreman
  • The problem with jump-off trees
  • fiction by Erin Weeks
  • essay by Nicole Mangione
  • Far-off yellow
  • fiction by Jasmine Hu
  • Asher
  • fiction by Marguerite Weisman
  • Selena
  • poem by Christie Maurer
  • Kiss my ass, Ned Vizzini
  • essay by Julia Harris
  • All the wrong places
  • essay by Briana Severson
  • Spark
  • The cat princess
  • fiction by Ai Yasufuku
  • Notes on park slope
  • poem by Connor Gannon
  • The place between life and death is sometimes called love
  • fiction by Jillian Ehrisman
  • Night driving
  • essay by Jesi Egan
  • Alice Liddell
  • fiction by Lauren Stokes
  • fiction by Samuel Lansey
  • mathematical equation of a broken love triangle
  • poem by Laura Hinkle
  • The truth about the bug
  • essay by Mariya Karimjee
  • Pen
  • poem by Frances Wright
  • The deluge of VHS
  • essay by Yue Pang
  • Architecture
  • poem by Corry Wallace
  • The punk and I
  • Lost boy
  • fiction by Audrey Walls
  • Playing dress-up
  • essay by Justin Beltz --
  • essay by Phoebe Rusch
  • Tanya
  • fiction by Anne Strother
  • I'm an American too, dammit!
  • essay by Bill Kephart
  • How to mourn the death of Bob Dylan before it occurs
  • essay by Anna Chandler
  • On being experienced
  • essay by Rosetta Young
  • A night from last summer
  • fiction by Jacob Nelson
  • Womanscrew
  • poem by Lauren Stokes
  • Exchange
  • Brown or bust
  • essay by Temnete Sebhatu
  • Lights over Kentucky
  • fiction by Rebecca McCarthy
  • When I leave
  • poem by Amy Miller
  • Underground
  • fiction by Hannah Pulit
  • Spill check
  • poem by Wen Lei
  • fiction by Anna Chandler
  • The reason
  • essay by Elizabeth Elison
  • Mama always says
  • poem by Julie Rawe
  • Evidence
  • essay by Sarah Robbins
  • pray for deliverance when the ambulance comes
  • poem by Frankie Romano
  • Etourdi
  • poem by Emma Cline
  • Grandma
  • The 27 remaining
  • fiction by Phoebe Rusch
  • April, night at home
  • poem by Justine Drennan
  • Inadequate
  • essay by Janet Kim
  • Tightrope
  • essay by Shannelle Mills
  • At the lake
  • fiction by Sara Doskow
  • poem by Ryan Brown
  • Man kills mime
  • fiction by Sagan Harris
  • To my future lover and soul mate
  • poem by Cate Mahoney
  • The last soft-serve
  • fiction by Blair Hurley
  • Phil
  • poem by Calvin Brown
Control code
ocn227184843
Dimensions
18 cm
Extent
viii, 357 pages [16] pages of plates
Isbn
9780545033992
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
System control number
  • 963796
  • (Sirsi) o227184843
  • (OCoLC)227184843
Label
We are quiet, we are loud : the best young writers and artists in America : a Push anthology / edited by David Levithan
Publication
Note
"Winners of the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards"--P. [1] of cover
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Adoncia in flight
  • poem by Andrew Lippman
  • Regeneration
  • poem by Glynnis Ritchie
  • The tiger
  • essay by Suzanna Yang
  • October story
  • poem by Denise Rickman
  • After my father died
  • poem by Tara Venkatraman
  • A prenuptial agreement for friendship
  • Menu planning
  • essay by Anne Reece
  • Polaroids
  • essay by Christine Kwon
  • Disclaimer
  • poem by Ashley Chow
  • No more Autumn poems
  • poem by Alexander Foreman
  • The problem with jump-off trees
  • fiction by Erin Weeks
  • essay by Nicole Mangione
  • Far-off yellow
  • fiction by Jasmine Hu
  • Asher
  • fiction by Marguerite Weisman
  • Selena
  • poem by Christie Maurer
  • Kiss my ass, Ned Vizzini
  • essay by Julia Harris
  • All the wrong places
  • essay by Briana Severson
  • Spark
  • The cat princess
  • fiction by Ai Yasufuku
  • Notes on park slope
  • poem by Connor Gannon
  • The place between life and death is sometimes called love
  • fiction by Jillian Ehrisman
  • Night driving
  • essay by Jesi Egan
  • Alice Liddell
  • fiction by Lauren Stokes
  • fiction by Samuel Lansey
  • mathematical equation of a broken love triangle
  • poem by Laura Hinkle
  • The truth about the bug
  • essay by Mariya Karimjee
  • Pen
  • poem by Frances Wright
  • The deluge of VHS
  • essay by Yue Pang
  • Architecture
  • poem by Corry Wallace
  • The punk and I
  • Lost boy
  • fiction by Audrey Walls
  • Playing dress-up
  • essay by Justin Beltz --
  • essay by Phoebe Rusch
  • Tanya
  • fiction by Anne Strother
  • I'm an American too, dammit!
  • essay by Bill Kephart
  • How to mourn the death of Bob Dylan before it occurs
  • essay by Anna Chandler
  • On being experienced
  • essay by Rosetta Young
  • A night from last summer
  • fiction by Jacob Nelson
  • Womanscrew
  • poem by Lauren Stokes
  • Exchange
  • Brown or bust
  • essay by Temnete Sebhatu
  • Lights over Kentucky
  • fiction by Rebecca McCarthy
  • When I leave
  • poem by Amy Miller
  • Underground
  • fiction by Hannah Pulit
  • Spill check
  • poem by Wen Lei
  • fiction by Anna Chandler
  • The reason
  • essay by Elizabeth Elison
  • Mama always says
  • poem by Julie Rawe
  • Evidence
  • essay by Sarah Robbins
  • pray for deliverance when the ambulance comes
  • poem by Frankie Romano
  • Etourdi
  • poem by Emma Cline
  • Grandma
  • The 27 remaining
  • fiction by Phoebe Rusch
  • April, night at home
  • poem by Justine Drennan
  • Inadequate
  • essay by Janet Kim
  • Tightrope
  • essay by Shannelle Mills
  • At the lake
  • fiction by Sara Doskow
  • poem by Ryan Brown
  • Man kills mime
  • fiction by Sagan Harris
  • To my future lover and soul mate
  • poem by Cate Mahoney
  • The last soft-serve
  • fiction by Blair Hurley
  • Phil
  • poem by Calvin Brown
Control code
ocn227184843
Dimensions
18 cm
Extent
viii, 357 pages [16] pages of plates
Isbn
9780545033992
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
System control number
  • 963796
  • (Sirsi) o227184843
  • (OCoLC)227184843

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