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Date Issued:
1985-01-01
Uniform Title: The Experience Magazine.
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Alternative Title: The Experience: FSCJ's Art and Literature Magazine.
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Journal
Issuance: serial
Frequency: Irregular
Biannual, 1968-1976, 1978, 1980-1983, 1985, 1987-1988
Annual, 1977, 1979, 1984, 1986, 1989-2016
Missing issues from 1998 and 2000
Date Issued: 1985-01-01
Publisher: Florida State College at Jacksonville, 2009-
Florida Community College at Jacksonville, 1986-2009
Florida Junior College, 1968-1986
Place of Publication: Jacksonville, FL
Physical Form: text
Vol. 2, no. 1 (1968) - Vol. 48, no. 1 (2016)
Table of Contents: FOR RICARDO PEREZ. . .MISSING YOU, Sandy England -- BLEAK, Neil Brown -- LIFE, Dot Kent -- THERE WAS A CHILD, Paula Black -- THE WAY YOUR EYES PENETRATE, Linda B. Dodd -- Art: ABSTRACT SELF PORTRAIT, David Spkuil -- A FIRST GRANDCHILD, Ellie Ashley -- IF THE WIND WERE AT MY BACK, Lisa R. Davis -- THE THIRD MOUTH, David Edge -- ORIGINAL OWNERS, Chris Dorman -- HOW CAN A LIFE SO FAIR BE WASTED SUCH?, David Edge -- Art: SELF PORTRAIT, Myra Barker -- STUPIDITY 101, Joan Bilik -- SHADOWSPAWN, Laura Ravn -- FOR MY DAUGHTER, Terrie Banks -- DOLLS OF OLD, Wendi Mathews -- PORTION OF A DEEP TEAR, Martha Harrington -- HOME, Charlotte Grant -- SMILING THROUGH CRACKED TEETH, David Edge -- TO SOMEONE SPECIAL, by P.D. Weppelman -- MY EYES WERE FOCUSED ON A MAGNIFICENT SUNRISE, Ed Scott -- THE MYSTERIES OF LIFE, John Olson -- YOU A PART OF ME. . ., Lee Clements -- CONFUSION, Liz Hyman -- Art: SELF PORTRAIT, Robert Ebersol -- CUMBERLAND ISLAND, Chris Dorman -- VALENTINE'S DAY, Dot Kent -- ODE TO JANIE, Jessica L. Salmons -- HAIKU, Regina St. Clair -- BELATED BIRTHDAY, D.J. Collins -- Art: ZA-ZEN, Linda Rouidi -- DAMAGING STORMS, D.E. Shepherd -- HIS TOUCH, Christie Phillips -- THE PICNIC, James Breeze -- EVEN THE TREES ARE REVERBERATING, Ronald Wyman -- Art: POT, Susan Crawford -- A DIFFERENT KIND OF LOVE POEM, Tom Inman -- IMAGES OF NATURE, George Wertz -- A SPECIAL PLEA, Kim Woods -- WE’VE COME A LONG WAY, Nathan Booken -- WHEN SEEN THROUGH THE TREES, William R. Hoagland -- Art: SYMETRICAL COMPOSITION, Charrell Osborne -- A CHRISTMAS APPLE, Michelle Leonhirth -- WHATEVER HAPPENED TO HAPP|NESS?, E. Charisse Crockam -- HOT FUDGE, Dot Kent -- BABIES CRY, Liz Hyman -- Art: PAPER BAGS STUDY, Yoko Clark -- WAR AND HARDING, John Olson -- THE OCEAN LEAVES NOT VIVID IMPRESSIONS, Ronald Wyman -- ALCOHOLISM, THE FAMILY DISEASE, Jackie Hall -- I HEARD A CHILD CRY, Charlotte Grant -- BEGINNINGS, David Edge -- Art: STONEWARE, Robert Holmes -- FILM, Liz Hyman -- NOTHING, David Edge -- HOLIDAYS, Sandy England -- BE MY FRIEND, THEN LATER MY LOVER, Avis LaFay Johnson -- HAIKU, Gwen Paehler -- A LOVELY SUMMER OUTING, Margaret M. Murphy -- LOGIC, Tom Inman -- SUNLIFE, Gwen Paehler -- THE EX-MUSICIAN, David Mikell -- SMOLDERING FOREST, Maureen Revels -- Art: STILL LIFE, Eric Wammock -- THE SHED IN THE FIELD, William R. Hoagland -- MASQUERADE, Katherine M. Pratt -- GREAT EXPECTATIONS, David Edge -- FOR RUBY, Anne L. McGee -- IN HONOR AND RESPECT OF THOMAS BRANTLEY FRASER, La Viece Moore Smallwood -- IF I LIVE WITH YESTERDAY’S MEMORIES, P.D. Weppleman -- Art: KITTY CAT, Betty Aid -- EPIDEMIC, David Edge -- WE FELL BACK ONTO HIS PILLOW, Martha Harrington -- Art: BUST OF JERRY, Sarah Webster -- “I LOVE YOU,” I TRY TO SAY, Martha Harrington -- MOTHER, Laura Ravn -- EYE OPENER, Jim Breeze -- THE GROUND HOG, George Wertz -- HOME SPIRIT, J. S. S. -- YOU ALWAYS TOLD ME IT WOULD HAPPEN, Charles S. LePage -- A SILENT WAR, Michelle Leonhirth -- LONELINESS IS GOOD, Tom Inman -- MAKE BELIEVE, D. J. Collins -- FOREST OF SODOM, Doug Freels -- Cover Art: NONOBJECTIVE CONSTRUCTION, Posterboard, Greg Beere
Identifier: 1043902500 (oclc), FSCJ_Experience_19850101 (IID), fscj:15204 (fedora)
Note(s): The Experience, the Art and Literature Magazine of Florida State College at Jacksonville, is published annually in the spring. The Experience is the College’s second art and literature magazine. It was preceded by a magazine called Reason, which only published one issue in 1967 and did not continue. That explains why ours start with “volume 2” even though it is actually volume 1. “The experience of all humanity lies either lost within the minds of men or preserved upon the printed page. Each of us experiences those favors of life within our grasp; and yet, some few have realized uncommon endeavor. For these, the quest is not only personal gratification, but also an attempt to preserve and reflect each sensation, so that man might not miss the slightest opportunity for shared experience. And to these few belongs the glory of experience that outshines even Ulysses’s greatest deeds.”--Editor, Vol. 2 Materials published in The Experience do not necessarily represent the opinions or views of Florida State College at Jacksonville.
Editorial Board REVIEWING BOARD (David Michael Edge, Elizabeth Hyman, Thomas E. Inman, Michelle Leonhirth, Wendi Mathews, George Wertz) -- PHOTOGRAPHY/ART ADVISOR (Derby Ulloa) -- FACULTY ADVISOR (Marilyn DeSimone)
Subject(s): Arts, American -- 20th century -- Periodicals.
Arts, American -- 21st century -- Periodicals.
Arts -- Periodicals.
Poetry -- Periodicals.
Short stories -- Periodicals.
Literature -- Periodicals.
Florida State College at Jacksonville – Periodicals.
Florida Community College at Jacksonville -- Periodicals.
Florida Junior College -- Periodicals.
College student newspapers and periodicals -- Florida -- Jacksonville.
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/fscj/fd/FSCJ_Experience_19850101
Use and Reproduction: Florida State College at Jacksonville (formerly Florida Community College at Jacksonville) holds the copyright to each entire published journal issue. All rights reserved.
Host Institution: FSCJ

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Title: The Experience.
Alternative Title: The Experience: FSCJ's Art and Literature Magazine.
Type of Resource: still image
Genre: Journal
Issuance: serial
Frequency: Missing issues from 1998 and 2000
Irregular
Biannual, 1968-1976, 1978, 1980-1983, 1985, 1987-1988
Annual, 1977, 1979, 1984, 1986, 1989-2016
Publisher: Florida State College at Jacksonville, 2009-
Florida Junior College, 1968-1986
Florida Community College at Jacksonville, 1986-2009
Place of Publication: Jacksonville, FL
Physical Form: Vol. 2, no. 1 (1968) - Vol. 48, no. 1 (2016)
text
Identifier: TheExperience (IID)
Note(s): The Experience, the Art and Literature Magazine of Florida State College at Jacksonville, is published annually in the spring.
The Experience is the College’s second art and literature magazine. It was preceded by a magazine called Reason, which only published one issue in 1967 and did not continue. That explains why ours start with “volume 2” even though it is actually volume 1.
“The experience of all humanity lies either lost within the minds of men or preserved upon the printed page. Each of us experiences those favors of life within our grasp; and yet, some few have realized uncommon endeavor. For these, the quest is not only personal gratification, but also an attempt to preserve and reflect each sensation, so that man might not miss the slightest opportunity for shared experience. And to these few belongs the glory of experience that outshines even Ulysses’s greatest deeds.”--Editor, Vol. 2
Materials published in The Experience do not necessarily represent the opinions or views of Florida State College at Jacksonville.
Subject(s): Arts, American -- 20th century -- Periodicals.
Arts, American -- 21st century -- Periodicals.
Arts -- Periodicals.
Poetry -- Periodicals.
Short stories -- Periodicals.
Literature -- Periodicals.
Florida State College at Jacksonville – Periodicals.
Florida Community College at Jacksonville -- Periodicals.
Florida Junior College -- Periodicals.
College student newspapers and periodicals -- Florida -- Jacksonville.
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/fscj/fd/TheExperience
Use and Reproduction: http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
Use and Reproduction: Florida State College at Jacksonville (formerly Florida Community College at Jacksonville) holds the copyright to each entire published journal issue. All rights reserved.
Host Institution: FSCJ

In Collections