September 26, 2021

Ariadne Awakens: Instructions for the Labyrinth

By Laura Costas’78
Paycock Press, 2021

In the introduction to this poetry collection, Laura Costas asks: What does it mean to live outside of the imprisoning metrics of ideology? In many ways, her poems respond.

As she writes in the prologue, “I have tried to create an environment where our modern assumptions, those invisible templates of conditioning, have slipped slightly so that we can see them — and see past them. Another world shines from the gap.”

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  • Alana Coats Rankin’05 teaches remotely with her daughter, Autumn, nearby. She’s one of nearly a dozen alumni who helped their former Beloit teacher and mentor during the pandemic. Photo by Greg Rankin’08.

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  • The new ABC Stadium sits against the Rock River just beyond downtown Beloit.

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  • Book Cover for “The Low Road: Walking the Walk for Veterans” by Tommy Zurhellen’91.

    The Low Road: Walking the Walk for Veterans


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