Issuu on Google+

SHOW


client

UNCHASTE READER SERIES

Unchaste Press

UNCHASTE READER SERIES

PROJECT

Create a logo with a variety of color options that can be used for a publishing house

& a reader series.


Knowledge Universe

client

You are here

You are here Who we are

welcome!      

 

Who we are

     

KNOWLEDGE

WHO WE ARE

THE KU FAM

ILY

KinderCare ® • Knowl edge Beginnings ® The Grove School ® • Cambridge School • CCLC ® s™ The KU family of brands opera learning cente tes in 39 states rs. and has more kindergartners, Centers provide care and than 1,700 comm education for and school-age unity-based early infants, toddle children. rs, preschoole rs,

CHAMPIONS ®

Bus Stop

Bus stop

Champions provid es K-12 before 400 locations - and after-school nationwide. academic enrich

(photo captio

n) Our teachers

KU COMMUN

nurture and inspire

ITY LEADERS

 We support organ

CL line

,

You Are Here

• •

 

PROJECT Logo & ledger cover + interior illustration & layout design for new-hire campaign re-brand.

HIP

more than 200,0

ment programs

00 students every

for more than day.

izations that give

children acces s to quality educa tion experiences our community . partners, we access to books deliver paren , and support t and mentor interventions education, provid for at-risk familie e s.

 Working with OUR LITERACY

tor Meneses Samantha ram Coordina ources Prog Human Res 1577 (503) 872.com s@klcorp smenese

You are here

ESS New Hire

We make learni ng accredited childh fun at more than 2000 locatio ood education ns across the centers, more country. We have than any privat Our wide-rangin e education provid (xxx) nationally g expertise in er in the U.S. strategies and early childhood solutions design care enhance cente ed to create lifelon and education results in r quality. practical, g learners, enrich teacher develo effective pment, and

ns on congratulatio re here. And . so glad you’ ly. We’re er some erse fami on to answ wledge Univ of informati to the Kno ul packet Welcome ther this usef position! e put toge er. we’v easi ble, your new a little mation to get comforta transition pack of infor To help you make your y survival tions and this hand of your ques put together er, we’ve sition easi . iness e your tran you find stuff cs and Bus Alt. To mak and help e Code of Ethi questions the Employe letter: the sign se answer your offer , plea lets with your e materials s to Human several book After reviewing thes signed form k. dy received mit these You alrea efits Handboo each booklet. Sub Ben the of Conduct and at the end Partner dgment Form your first week. the owle for Ackn of module meet by the end e-learning re you can Resources lled in KU’s Session whe ds. ve been enro Orientation il that you’ New Hire family of bran ll get an ema ation to our ge Universe Soon you’ get an invit t the Knowled can find k. You’ll also more abou Handboo intranet. You rs and learn KLCentral co-worke our new to on your more. Go company about the charts, and nizational information tures, orga wealth of ntal struc There’s a s, departme a look. and have policies, form . lcentral.com or concerns http://portal.k l questions any additiona with tly act me direc Please cont

Hello, ____

Sincerely

 

UNIVERSE

INITIATIVES

INCLUDE:

Supplying backp acks to nearly Schoolhouse 10,000 Portla Suppl nd children in need as title Developing Today ies’ “Tools for Schools” sponsor of program I Will Get Lost to their childre in a Book, a free n guide that encou Creating and rages parents donating the to read KinderCare® toward individ Book Station, uals and comm a small mobile Supporting organ unity organization library geared Today (SMART); izations such as: The Childr s who support early reade rs en’s Book Bank; Los Angeles Public Library’s Start infants and toddle Making a Reader rs program; and the

You are here

 

Holladay Park


client

Roosevelt HS

PROJECT Book cover design & illustration.


Roosevelt HS

T

2

W

3

T

4

F

5

8

9

10

11

12

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

PH

CU

M

1

OS & STOR OT

, ay, then Wednesd gh penne following enou h it w On the d n arrive ut butter Dickeinso and pean 45, lad, rolls ed pasta, sa ip cookies to fe s: her rver e ch chocolat dozen se lfr ha a ith , and he along w d Katie er, Scott an her sist e; nn children, A , -in-law s Janet daughter d friend arker; an athews. Susie P y M m A d Barry an

IES

ENT EVEN RR

TS

PROJECT Design & illustrate web buttons that reflect the style + colors of the where the roses smell the best book cover

R RESOU HE

TEA C

DONATE

Roosevelt HS

ES RC

ING CENT RIT

ER

W

client


client

Roosevelt HS

GIVE THE PERFECT WRITELANDIA GIFT. “…a fun read for newcomers and natives alike.” —Charlie Hales, Mayor, City of Portland Where the Roses Smell the Best playfully celebrates what makes Portland special and is a fun read for newcomers and natives alike. This school-community enterprise represents the kind of social innovation that makes Portland strong. —Charlie Hales, Mayor, City of Portland Magic happens when fresh imaginations tackle a publishing project that challenges their understanding of where they live and connects them with the larger creative community. And big magic follows when they reach out to that community to create a literary collage of Portland’s many talented voices—diverse in so many ways, unified in so many others. Where the Roses Smell Best is an educational milestone and a tantalizing treat: mind candy to be enjoyed by those who know our home place and those who soon will. —Dennis Stovall, Oregon author, publisher, and educator The story of Roosevelt High School has, in recent years, redefined what is possible when churches, high schools and urban communities rally together. How cool, then, that Roosevelt now has a publishing center that allows young writers to share their enraged, inspired and unapologetic voices with us. —Steve Duin, Metro columnist, The Oregonian

a l i t e ra ry

com pa nio n

to po rt land

All proceeds from the sale of this book support Roosevelt High School’s Writing and Publishing Center.

NIQUE

NIQUE

ink

Available at Powell’s City of Books & other local Portland booksellers

PO R T L AND

OREGON

Proceeds support Roosevelt High School’s Writing & Publishing Center

ROOSEVELTROUGHWRITERS.ORG

© 2013 Lorna Nakell

ink

U

U

Fiction | $15.00

PROJECT Print & web ad + poster.


client

Kathleen Lane

l and

ves Fig Preser

ould be

d sh onth an

ly a m or for on frigerat that. in the re will keep em longer than s ve er es th These pr u are keeping yo frozen if

Note:

figs, Adriatic with e the d I did us e green skinne edy se ar nk h a pi whic sh and yrnas white fle could try Calim lable. u area. Yo that are avai the at rs e he iv ot ns or very expe get a Figs are , if you don’t erves so market buying the pres bargain, better option. a may be

eed:

You will n

ed and

stemm 0 or so),

figs (2 ium sized ned, med

light skin

2 poundsd. quartere gar ½ cup su ater ¼ cup w

ney syrup ht corn ¼ cup lig on juice esh lem fr s poon 2 tables on salt 1/8 teaspo

¼ cup ho

boil over ing to a til epan. Br minutes or un ed sauc edium siz er for about 50 and let cool. m a in ients ed. heat d simm at ed an om er gr fr at ig in l he al refr ove Combine gh heat. Reduce casionally. Rem ed into jars and hi oc ladl e medium , stirring which can be and plac d syrupy ps a saucer cy. thick an t about 2 ½ cu on tle lit en ge spoon a jamlike consist You will ickness, a s th e ha th it see if about e unsure inutes to If you ar zer for a few m ee in the fr

ith Oi w s e g n a r O Olives

tizer or an appe ed it as time, is I have us ks well at any . pe that ci re wor surprised put this think it rs. I was t to use. The here to ssert buffet. I w vo fla re su of a de tion asn’t u wan w na ith yo bi w ly s m al nt so I re d al ual co e amou e dish an ntains an unus de on th as a sid co can deci ng and too. You ess. refreshi s like it oc id pr dk e an th the gr about mostly recipe is

eed:

You will n

COOKI

NG WIT

H NON

I

PROJECT Book interior layout & illustrations

this rsion of dry e itional ve The trad ten calls for th them recipe of es. I don’t like both iv cured ol Kalamatas. Try Also, so I use what you like. ges an and use two types of or eet. sw both the are juicy and d the ed I have us l is seedless an eds. se The nave has just a few eater gr ia are in Valenc they ones that Buy the at’s a hint that and th re supply— ason somewhe r. te se ee in are lly sw are usua so they

, nave Oranges oice il your ch Olive O mata or red, kala es dry cu liv O k er Blac nd pepp hly grou anges. and fres om of or ilar Sea Salt and bott el in a sim to the top pe om e fr th y all slice remove te but tr will cut a sm serving plate, the whi u p knife, ur ove all of on the plate yo r very shar on end on yo ust rem Using a ange e. You m fruit. By working ntinue with othe pl or ap an ne d co an Standing you would a pi al meat of the ch in er ¼ tu as fashion of the ac ut slices a bit ov ge. an ove any C not rem y of the juice. t 5 slices per or ons of an tablespo few olives can ge lly not lose le a few a ua You us and drizz d then scatter s. r te ge at an pl or er an on a y pp el pe tiv d salt an s attrac ith ce w sli e e kl th Arrange er the top. Sprin anges. or ov olive oil d on top of the an around

Appetizers 8

ncia l or vale

Note:

APPETI

ZERS

9


Ooligan Press

client

Contents

Night LaN

diNg

aring ing my be ght be tak which I mi dmarks by up the lan ing ot giv pil y, “I am xpur h sand de Saint-E how muc —Antoine

Love arrow e come to m inside me, t and you g the stree course Uncoverin e other’s leg at th ge w th ly chan Quite ho sing firm en skin clo e brave allow Thin gold lov t no oh so beyond, if people bu od Fathoms ptured go ge chan you? enra to e ar rd o ha wh It’s knocking— rld A pattern rt of the wo ts You’re a pa ing love an s en a tree grow Op o deserves sil d A ruste w no e m Weep for

Portland

s.”

Publisher’s Note

VII

Introduction

sured by were mea

ted s that coun beach, The hour u on the arming yo et after ch the single engine ck po y m ice over vo was left in a of rivative by the de bered as I remem . You know, far nted— back that what I wa t no time is enough side e horizon all in fly past th n on the starboard g to get us oo that’s goin ery time. and the m in half ev ospheric pressure y lit ibi atm cuts vis in ge an ch Besides, it’s yway. the end, an

IX

vancouver City Introduction

hovering No, when a rgasso Se dmarks, over the Sa king for lan ed, loo t nt at nigh wa I gy molo main, it was ety rds that re iracles. it’s not wo ption of m evidence l ica the assum log it quiets, anthropo en wh left ace it’s the sp ng it is morni And now ll dark, ar, gh it is sti not last ye even thou —not last night, ng ni or m is it . ng ni here. it is mor ng, somew ays morni rth it is alw On this ea

019

A Cursed Poem

Natasha Boskic

023

A Lightness Dances

Diane Tucker

024

After the Tsunami

Robin Susanto

025

Alley Fragment and Name

Christi Kramer

026

Appleton

Heather Haley

At Wood-Edge Road

George McWhirter

028

Attempts to Know the Past

Aislinn Hunter

029

Aunt Jenny

Alex Winstanley

031

Beaches

Andrea Bennett

032

Beer, Blood & Bukowski

Shannon Rayne

033

Border Boogie (1969)

Susan McCaslin

Cabin Fever

Anna Swanson

038

Cars

Carl Leggo

040

Cell Phone

Christopher Levenson

041

Crows

Sandy Shreve

042

Desdemona (Durga)

Joanne Arnott

043

Everyday Things

Lilija Valis

044

Forgetting Mr. Low

Bonnie Nish

045

Ghostal or Vancouver‚ Geography of Loss

Catherine Owen

047

027

034

PPP

PPP

Emily Kend

PP

183

PPP

PP

182

n

V

PPP

Kirsten Ria

PPP

Contents

al Frey

PPP

PROJECT Book interior design + illustrated & designed web sliders.


client

Ooligan Press WRITE TO THE NON-FICTION EDITION

PUBLISH

LEARN PUBLISH

REPEAT LEARN the art and

craft of book publishing.

D R e-BookKEeTsIign s N g G n i t i Ed

PUBLISH real books for real markets at Ooligan Press, the student-run publishing house.

of

na

gi

Pu

ng

ed

bl

iS

i

MA

her

q&a

blis

wi

pu

th

d

el

an s

ooligan.pdx.edu/w2p

ey’ r

y

u pa

at

by

M

ed

cs

ew

we

rv i

en

Native American Student Community Center (NASCC) Portland State University 710 SW Jackson Street Portland, OR 97201

l

ll

in

s,

fo

un

6:3

der

a n d e d i to r o f

the

co

lli

ns

lib

ra

design by Lorna Nakell

inte co

All while earning a Master’s Degree in Writing at Portland State University.

FEBRUARY 23, 2013

r

i h o

r

z,

ey’s forMer M een a

ut

g

it

w

Abo

to

o

w

s Mc

ve

in

A

r

S ie

n Co

CULT conference Uademystifying Rone-day the E publishing industry r S At i o n S LAUNCH

h

Se

TR

T SMI N A

REPEAT.

0 P M – 9:00 P M designed by lornA nAkell

FEBRUARY 21 Artists repertory theAtre, 1515 sW Morrison st. 97205 | suggested donAtion on A sliding scAle $5-$10 | Hors d’oeuvres will be provided, and beer and wine will be available for purcHase | sponsored by tHe Master’s prograM in publisHing and ooligan press

www.ooliganpress.pdx.edu

PROJECT Poster, flier, ad, logo & invite design & illustration promoting Ooligan Press + the PSU Publishing Program.


client

River Dental

PROJECT Priint ads for Natural Awakenings Magazine.


client

Street Roots

PROJECT Book cover design & collateral.

Street Roots


client

Me

Wishing You a Lovely ❆ 2014 ❆

PROJECT Celebrate the new year by illustrating & PROJECT designing e-cardlayout for clients & friends. Bookan interior & illustrations


& TELL fin www.lornanakell.com


Lorna Nakell: January Portfolio