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aberjhani's picture
Apr.25.2009
About a week before National Poetry and Jazz Appreciation Month 2009 got underway, I had the extraordinary pleasure of attending at the Telfair...
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Apr.25.2009
In my early teens, perhaps as a means of escaping a distinctly wacky homelife, I joined an organization devoted to the study of UFOs. While other...
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Apr.25.2009
THE SMOKING POET's SECOND ANNUAL SHORT STORY CONTEST http://thesmokingpoet.net The Smoking Poet is a literary ezine, established in 2006, and...
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Apr.25.2009
I was intrigued by Evan Schnittman's new blog Black Plastic Glasses and his post "Why ebooks must fail" because it contradicts what is...
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Apr.25.2009
Ever wonder what the great poets, philosophers, thinkers, and statesmen might have to say if we could interrupt their slumber, and ask them what they...
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Apr.25.2009
Saltwater Buddha - by Jaimal Yogis You don’t have to be a surfer or a Buddhist to enjoy Saltwater Buddha: A Surfer’s Quest to Find Zen on the...
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Apr.25.2009
In the middle of a world of seemingly endless catastrophes, there is good news for messy people today! First, let me say that I am not endorsing...
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anne-brooke's picture
Apr.25.2009
Some exciting news on the book front - for the first and only time in my literary career, Maloney's Law actually has a buying twin on Amazon in the...
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ugo-mattei's picture
Apr.25.2009
I completely agree with both Michele and John. On the power of ideas and particularly on their power if they can originate some critical thinking...
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sandy-o-nathan's picture
Apr.25.2009
Numenon, by Sandy Nathan, is a Nautilus Book Awards Silver Winner! By winning a Nautilus Silver Award with her book, Numenon, author Sandy Nathan...
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deborah-monahan's picture
Aug.14.2009
Last week CNN repeatedly aired video of a woman dragging her son through a drug store. The woman told the investigating police officers that the...
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natalie-holt's picture
Aug.14.2009
Well, school is going along fine. I can't say I enjoy being the new kid-- a freshman in college-- but I know things can only get better. Whenever I...
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Aug.14.2009
Normally apolitical Americans turn out in droves at town hall meetings to express their anger at the Government 'ramming through' health...
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Aug.14.2009
In this blog I am writing about my Principal under whom I worked. I have learnt so many things from him. Before joining the Ministry of defence...
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sudha-sapkota's picture
Aug.14.2009
“Spit on me”. I couldn't dare to do that even while I was mouthful of saliva at then. Underneath there was written, “A biggest sinner of all time”....
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sherrie-theriault's picture
Aug.14.2009
August 14   NEVER LET GO    When it grows dark on one side of a transparency the other becomes reflective.  When addiction doesn’t hold a flame for...
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vicki-nikolaidis's picture
Aug.14.2009
Huntington Sharpe and I roomed together with two other fellows.  Sounds like fun but Huntington Sharpe and I were at war.  At first we only played...
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vicki-nikolaidis's picture
Aug.14.2009
 My dream was viewed in a frame.  The frame looked like an antique marred gold painted wooden frame.  On the top of the frame sat a long Gecko...
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krishna-dalom's picture
Aug.14.2009
Those human beings, who have heart to love people regardless of his race, cast and creed along with the instinct to support other individuals from...
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vicki-nikolaidis's picture
Aug.14.2009
This morning I struggled to wake up because my dream had me so anxious, I really needed a break. Not only that I was so tense I could barely look...
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