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"Inscape is the inward quality of objects and events as they are perceived by the joined observation and introspection of a poet, who in turn embodies them in unique forms." –Gerard Manley Hopkins

Inscape is published twice a year as a cooperative effort of the BYU College of Humanities and the Department of English.

Current Issue: Volume 37, Number 1 (2019)

Front Matter

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Editor's Note
Meg McManama

Art

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Lexi
Nick Bontorno

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Obstructed Ritual 2
Annelise Duque

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If a Tree Falls
Bette Hopkin

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Labradoodle Man
Maren Loveland

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Climb
Jacqui Larsen

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Love Story Tilted
Jacqui Larsen

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Hierarchy
Garrett May

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Canterbury
Madeline Rupard

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In Arcadia
Madeline Rupard

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Hawa From Somalia
Madeline Rupard

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In the Mix
Colby A. Sanford

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In the Morning
Colby A. Sanford

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Nap by the Window
Colby A. Sanford

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Some Things May Fade
Colby A. Sanford

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Stars Without Number
Jacob Stebbing

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Untitled
Tanner Williams

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Skin Cradle
Tanner Williams

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Family Portraits: Dad
Tanner Williams

Essays

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The Monument
Dillion Flake

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On Selling Out
Kessia Robinson

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Quake Lake
Dominic Shaw

Fiction

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Kill Your Darlings
Natalie Kinkade

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After the Accident
Leah Fretwell

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On a Stick
Kevin Zalewski

Interviews

Poetry

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The Garnished Zither
Michael Turner

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Natural Release
Lisa Favicchia

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Ode to a Shoehorn
D. R. Garner

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Deathday
Drew Rupard

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Peace
Andrew Tate

End Matter

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