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Pray by Teresa Mcloughlin
May.24.2011
She is an embryo growing in a hurricane She hears the world is cults, criminals, and chrystians. She will not fit in, with her looks that were made into books. She is fable bodied and tier faced. Shannon is  the baby  that is growing. She is aware she is slightly disabled, and that there is danger...
Pray by Teresa Mcloughlin
May.24.2011
She is an embryo growing in a hurricane She hears the world is cults, criminals, and chrystians. She will not fit in, with her looks that were made into books. She is fable bodied and tier faced. Shannon is  the baby  that is growing. She is aware she is slightly disabled, and that there is danger...
The Jew Who Was Ukrainian
May.23.2011
The Jew Who Was Ukrainian is a blackly comedic, anti-historical, and absurdist novel about a tortured Jewish-Ukrainian man who struggles vainly to find meaning at the intersection of Hitler’s Holocaust and Stalin’s Gulag. The hero of this preposterous story is Volodymyr Frauenzimmer, a man with a...
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May.12.2011
See Ya is a story that crosses generations and histories. Lives are often stories not yet written down. Not always ended, either, which can fuse the living and telling into a path not always clear. Some tales take a long time to tell, especially when they start in 1944 and flow into 1996, and...
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May.06.2011
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Apr.18.2011
When they were children, Alice, Griffin, and Dinah Stenen, lost their parents in two separate tragedies. As adults, their lives become further complicated—and their bonds strengthened or tested—by unplanned parenthood, infidelity, and loss.Without their parents' guidance, they falter. But what they...
Shards of Summer
Apr.12.2011
Ken Bruen, author of Once Were Cops, calls Shards of Summer "The Great Gatsby for the beach generation."  Shards of Summer takes you on a trip to the beach that you won't soon forget. Flashing back to the mid-1940s--the perfect decade for a gritty noir--Shards immerses you in that era's...
Buddha's Wife by Gabriel Constans
Mar.21.2011
Buddha’s Wife tells a fascinating story, little known in the west, about the woman whom Buddha left behind. Gabriel Constans focuses the reader’s attention on the strong and complicated women who surrounded Buddha and makes us re-think the nature of spiritual life. -- Chitra Divakaruni...
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Mar.18.2011
Positano, on Italy’s Amalfi Coast, is the setting for a complex tale that focuses on friendship, love, and the legacy of the past upon the present.  The story is passionate, as well as poetic, humorous and rich in folklore. In 1952, thirty year old Miranda Arnold, recently divorced, returns to...
It's not the prettiest but I like it.
Mar.14.2011
Daniel Robinette’s debut novel, a love letter of sorts to American literature, is a poignant portrait of young artist Marcus Sampson and his lifelong search for beauty, happiness and the American dream.