“Anthology” | Summer Edition of the AUSB Odyssey Now Available Online

The Summer 2013 AUSB Odyssey, our “Anthology: The Best of 2010 Through 2012” edition, is now available online. In this issue, we collected the very best poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, art, and photography from past editions over the last three years, produced by Antioch University Santa Barbara students, faculty, and alumni.

The Odyssey has featured many excellent works and writers since Megan Martello resurrected the publication in 2010, but most of the current student body did not have the opportunity to read the previous issues. Therefore, we decided to treat you to some of the more thought-provoking compositions from our recent past. The odyssey staff chose to limit the eligible editions to those from 2010 through 2012.  – From the Forward

The AUSB Odyssey is a student-driven production designed to provide a unique opportunity for members of the AUSB community—including students, faculty, staff, and alumni—to make their creative and critical voices heard. It provides a forum to share their written work, such as current news, literature, photography, artwork, reviews, or pieces on social justice, business, health, or human interest.

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