- In Memoriam: Helen Hull Hitchcock (1939-2014). Bradley, Gerard V. // Catholic Social Science Review;2015, Vol. 20, p191
An obituary for American historian Helen Hull Hitchcock is presented.
- Shell. Bond, Bruce // Laurel Review;Fall2011, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p43
The poem "Shell" by Bruce Bond is presented. First Line: Water knows. If you pour a man; Last Line: inside the looking glass, a shattering of birds.
- CONCH SHELL. // Long Drums;1986, p41
The article presents the poem "Conch Shell." First Line: Carapace of crab; Last Line: counting dem pennies.
- Shell. Boutelle, Annie // Salamander;Winter2008/2009, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p78
Presents the poem "Shell," by Annie Boutelle. First Line: The wind no help, with its incessant combing of the grass. Last Line: Nothing left but shattered chips.
- Shell. Brown, Harriet // Poetry;Mar2003, Vol. 181 Issue 5, p330
Presents the poem "Shell," by Harriet Brown.
- Shell. Filkins, Peter // Subtropics;Spring/Summer2013, Issue 16, p26
The poem "Shell" by Peter Filkins is presented. First Line: Held to the ear; Last Line: of atmosphere.
- Shells. // AGNI;1997, Issue 45, p70
The poem "Shells," by Jody Gladding is presented. First Line: Begin with the hand on the wall, Last Line: on its hot side, poor phoenix.
- SHELLS. Thibodeau, Jennifer // Paterson Literary Review;2015-2016, Issue 43, p172
The poem "SHELLS" by Jennifer Thibodeau is presented. First Line: My daughter climbs; Last Line: to crack.
- Shell. Towle, Andrew // Paris Review;Winter2000/2001, Vol. 42 Issue 157, p301
Presents the poem "Shell," by Andrew Towle. First Line: All that's left are shackles. Last Line: innocent bystanders of the past.