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NO HURRY: POEMS 2000-2012
Sep.26.2012
            No Hurry, the author’s eighth book of poems, is a book of poems written in mid-age, which focuses on the amalgamation, and synthesis, of life experiences that might, or so we would like to hope, lead to wisdom The title is meant as an...
Next Stop: A Memoir of Family
Apr.30.2012
It’s all in the attitude for this tall, dark, and autistic fellow, a rangy six-footer with a sexy five o’clock shadow—and the mind of a good-natured adolescent. But twenty-one year old David is desperate to tackle life on his own terms even if it means getting kicked around a bit.  Weaving...
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Apr.06.2012
Is there anything funny about death? As a matter of fact, there is, and 24 gifted authors have shared their true stories about the fascinating, compelling, and sometimes hilarious link between humor and death. Learn from Malachy McCourt what really happened to Angela's Ashes. Hold onto your sides...
Grief: The Great Yearning
Mar.04.2012
Grief: The Great Yearning is not a how-to but a how-done, a compilation of letters, blog posts, and journal entries Pat Bertram wrote while struggling to survive her first year of grief. This is an exquisite book, wrenching to read, and at the same time full of profound truths. "Grief: The Great...
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Feb.24.2012
Head-to-Head, Skate-to-Skate, It's Winner Takes All! What might have been a dream come true has turned into a nightmare. Brad's twin brother T.J. has gotten himself out of the fancy prep school his father picked for him and into the public high school Brad attends. Now T.J., the bright light in...
Jan.04.2012
Set in Chandler, Arizona, during the city's infamous 1997 migrant sweeps, this riveting tale brings to life the social issues that arise from border policy and economic inequity. Palacio skillfully weaves a story of politics, intrigue, love, and trust in a community that is suspicious of others, an...
The Silent and the Lost
Aug.02.2011
Alex Salim McKensie, a war baby of the 1971 Bangladesh War of Independence, is adopted by the McKensies, an American family that has lost their only son in Vietnam. Years later, Alex falls in love with Sangeeta Rai, but their happiness is threatened when the enigma of his birth casts a dark shadow...
Jun.23.2011
This collection is divided into three parts: 1) A poem written by the editor of Collage in memory of Steven Owen Bailey, a young interior designer and artist, who died "too soon" and who requested that the editor "tell his story"; 2)selected journal entries of Steven Owen Bailey...
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Jun.17.2011
This anthology was a project of the current Poet Laureate of Alabama, Dr. Sue B. Walker, and was carried out, for the most, by poet and publisher of Elk River Review, J. William Chambers.  Dr. Walker's idea was to collect a poem from Alabamians that had an Alabama place name or the word "...
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May.25.2011
Carl David is the third generation of a four-generation family art business in Philadelphia. He is the author of Collecting & Care of Fine Art published by Crown in 1981. His article about Martha Walter, an American Impressionist painter (1875-1976), was published in the American Art...