Losing My Religion
Christopher J. Tkach

Film Trilogy
Deb Noll


Welcome to the 2012 Cornfield Review: Online. Because of OSU's move to semesters (and with that, a truncated summer and less time to curate), this edition is a little lighter than usual, but no less interesting. Here, in addition to our regular Lightbox feature (featuring artwork and photography primarily from the OSUM/MTC campus), we are highlighting a wonderful essay entitled "Losing My Religion" by Columbus State-Delaware student Christopher Tkach, complete with an audio excerpt. Additionally, Deb Noll's film trilogy, originally a series of assignments for a recent film course, was selected for the inaugural OSU Marion Digital Media Composing Award. We have showcased the Hitchcock-inspired collection here.

CR: Online showcases creative work in the areas of digital media, graphic design, illustration, writing, and photography. Although most of our subSmissions come from students, staff, and faculty situated on the OSU Marion and Marion Technical College campus, we're interested in showcasing the work of area artists and writers from all over the Central Ohio region. We encourage you to send us any and all of your questions, feedback, requests, suggestions, and especially submissions. Feel free to contact Ben McCorkle, via email at mccorkle.12@osu.edu.


Ben McCorkle
Faculty Adviser/Editor

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