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Posted: Friday, May 3, 2019 7:03 pm

Inscape, a staple at Morehead State since 1957, released the 2019 issue at the Golding-Yang Art Gallery on Thursday night. 

The art and literary magazine is a yearly publication that features select work from Morehead State artists and writers, and sometimes includes submissions from other states or even countries. The release was accompanied by an award ceremony for the art and writing winners.  

The magazine includes submissions from a variety of categories: poetry, prose, non-fiction, fiction, photography, printmaking, painting, sculpture, ceramics and digital art.  

Inscape provides opportunities for students to publish their work, build their portfolios and resumes and expand their experience and knowledge of submission, editing and the publication process.  

Poet, Justin Artip was published for his poem Lost Culture.”  

The gothic church stood exalted in the aureate moonlight as heavy eldritch silence pervaded the overgrown ruins of home. No street lamps or lanterns illuminated the night, only the ink of darkness was permitted to spill and roam.  

As the heavy eldritch pervaded the overgrown ruins of town, there was no twinkling wind chimes singing to the chapel. Only the ink of darkness was permitted to spill and roam, there were no gilded braziers distilling the golden apple. 

There were no twinkling wind chimes singing to the chapel, no streams of wind shimmered or pushed the air. There were no gilded braziers distilling the golden apple as no one was left to carry on the ancient rite and prayer.   

No streams of wind shimmered or pushed the air, there were no street lamps or lanterns to illuminate the night. As no one was left to carry on the ancient rite and prayer, the gothic church stood exalted in the aureate moonlight. 

Lin-hsiu Huang won first place for her multimedia pieces, second place for digital photograph was awarded to Addie Hogan and third place for silver gelatin print was awarded to Garrison McMillian. Justin Artip won first place for poetry.  

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