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steven-y-park's picture
Jan.07.2009
I just found out that my book, Sleep, Interrupted: A physician reveals the #1 reason why so many of us are sick and tired, was selected as an...
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steven-y-park's picture
Jan.07.2009
I'm on a roll with my expert interviews teleseminars. I invite experts in various fields that are related to may main mission of better breathing and...
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belle-yang's picture
Jan.07.2009
Much I have learned about life and death in the last three months of 2009. The past fall, because of my trusted doctor's error, I was given medicine...
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abdelwahab-hammoudi's picture
Jan.07.2009
E.T
      Only children still keep this innocence that can ensure communication between all creatures and finally save the world. Any child in the world...
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allen-p-adamson's picture
Jan.07.2009
Call me old-fashioned, if you will, but I consider myself a traditionalist when it comes to knowing what keeps a strong brand strong. And my opinion...
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bob-david-calhoun's picture
Jan.07.2009
My review of the new Mickey Rourke movie The Wrestler was an editor's pick on Open Salon this morning.I wrestled for and emceed the San Francisco...
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bozena-intrator's picture
Jan.07.2009
I have moved a lot around the world with my ex-husband. Every time we have moved to another country we had only the work, but we had to make new...
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kathryn-magendie's picture
Jan.07.2009
I am so excited, and a little terrified that tender graces will at last be published - by the wonderful Bellebooks!
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robert-earle's picture
Jan.07.2009
One issue that arises in association with Nobel Prize winners is the reappearance of early volumes long out of print. That's the case with my local...
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elizabeth-stark's picture
Jan.07.2009
Outside our house, they are cutting down a very tall pine tree. It’s rather terrifying from in here, aside from being a rather loud nap environment...
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former member's picture
Mar.21.2009
by former member
 In Portland, Oregon sits the Wilkinson residence, designed by Robert Oshatz. It is kind of neat. When my book sales go platinum, I want to buy this...
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Chander's picture
Mar.21.2009
To Showcase India’s Soft PowerNext Generation of Indic Centres Draft proposal - Some preliminary thoughts in setting up by the Indian Government of...
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angel-logan's picture
Mar.21.2009
http://www.flaab.com/flaabWorldBlog.php?blogID=1339
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kerri-arsenault's picture
Mar.21.2009
Narrative will be here, will you? http://www.poetryflash.org/ad.coppercanyon.html
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kerri-arsenault's picture
Mar.21.2009
An amazing evening with readings from Robert Stone, Jennifer Egan, Kara Levy and special guest Tobias Wolff with photographs from Alison Yin....
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kelli-meyer's picture
Mar.21.2009
Come visit me at www.kellimeyer.com!
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former member's picture
Mar.21.2009
by former member
I recently had a conversation in a bookshop with a reader, that fictional being who actually buys books and reads them. The average reader, a woman,...
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ron-lavalette's picture
Mar.21.2009
“We shrinks believe that a person remembers a dream when they’re ready to start dealing with an issue”--arbitrary newspaper      He was up again at...
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former member's picture
Mar.21.2009
by former member
More than 600 Universal Newsreels at Internet Archive, both whole and partial reels (the same collection, with a few more newsreels is also on...
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former member's picture
Mar.21.2009
by former member
rethinking the lipstick index - a nice find: there's an old Greek play called Lysistrata, in which the women of Greece go on a sex strike to stop the...
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