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marvelyn-brown's picture
Dec.11.2008
I have HIV, myself.  I've found I have a lot of families. A church family, a school family, a work family, a family of friends, a cultural family, an...
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james-buchanan's picture
Dec.11.2008
I will state at the outset that if you are an editor of a literary journal you may put my name on a blacklist of writers to perpetually ignore, but...
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louise-marley's picture
Dec.11.2008
This blog has been much too bleak lately.  Let's look on the bright side.  Though it seems our world is crumbling around us, here are some factoids...
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jennifer-mclagan's picture
Dec.11.2008
Finally it feels like Christmas, the tree is key. We picked ours up last Friday, selecting it in the dark and then hauling it up over the balcony...
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cliff-burns's picture
Dec.11.2008
I can't even guess how many books I've given away over the past 30+ Christmases. Starting at the beginning of the year, I put aside boxes for...
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jessica-barksdale-inclan's picture
Dec.11.2008
I suppose there could be some kind of sick twisted joy in handing out grades, but I don't enjoy it at all.  But it's part of what I do:  I make...
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terry-spear's picture
Dec.11.2008
Nathan Bransford is having a first paragraph contest over on his blog. The link below should take you to the appropriate place; if not, it'shis...
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jean-m-fogle's picture
Dec.11.2008
Thursday, December 11, 2008 Seek and you shall Find! In our frantic day to day lives, we often forget to stop and take a closer look. Today, take...
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lisa-shearin's picture
Dec.11.2008
I finished Chapter 11 of Bewitched & Betrayed last night, and I've realized it's time to do what I've done on my past two books -- write a short...
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josie-brown's picture
Dec.11.2008
I can certainly empathize with Mary Patrick Kavanaugh, the author mentioned in the wonderful Rachel Swan's East Bay Express article below, who made...
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enoch-john's picture
Feb.21.2009
America and Americans must be naive in a massive way if they are to believe that by passing a stimulus plan that all will be well.In my way of seeing...
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former member's picture
Feb.21.2009
by former member
Jim, The Wonder Dog. During the height of the Great Depression, a "plain black and white setter" entertained and mystified the citizens of...
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r-monaleza's picture
Feb.21.2009
Into A Life...Unbound - A Trilogy Book One:  Manifesto of a Menopausal Woman Book Two:  Naked and Raw Book Three:  Unbound
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former member's picture
Feb.21.2009
by former member
The Transition Handbook should be helpful to you if you are a proponent of planned energy descent and independence from fossil fuels and would like...
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keta-diablo's picture
Feb.21.2009
CROSSROADS Phaze books: http://www.phaze.com Available March 23rd Male/Male Novella
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keta-diablo's picture
Feb.21.2009
Buy now from Noble Romance, http://www.nobleromance.com VALENTINE'S VINDICATION Male/Male Novella  
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waheed-sabbar's picture
Feb.21.2009
Sometimes we feel happy. Usually we feel ugly! What's the worst that could happen, if we smash down the ex-president of U. S the silly? Palestine is...
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former member's picture
Feb.21.2009
by former member
From sugary-sweet Cannelle et Vanille to Southern comfort-style Homesick Texan, the Times Online highlights 50 of the world's best food blogs.
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former member's picture
Feb.21.2009
by former member
Explore the History of the Ancient Greek World from the Neolithic to the Classical Period. Covering important topics, such as Art and Architecture,...
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former member's picture
Feb.21.2009
by former member
BABIES’ skulls dashed against rocks; attempts to twist off the heads of toddlers. Girls, their mothers and grandmothers (and sometimes male relatives...
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