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Liza Normal, like a million teenagers before her, wants desperately to be famous. If she can't be famous, she'll settle for infamy. But no Pop Idol contest on earth...
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A Massive Swelling
Warning: do not read this book at a wake, on a precipice, or with a full bladder. Unless you're a humorless fan of Cher, Michael Jackson, Barbra Striesand, or Mick...
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Silent Songs
Opera singer Gerda Christensen Fiske was born in 1916 to Danish immigrants, and raised in New York City. Her father, a poet and philosopher, and her mother, a...
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Peer Groups
by SunWolf
Clans, cliques, clubs, or classmates: Students of group communication should be encouraged to think critically about concepts to the groups that matter to them most...
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Muslims eagerly anticipate the appearance of the Mahdi, who will bring peace and tranquility to the earth.  Could an infant born in Israel be this Holy One?...
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Her Words
Over the last generation, Appalachia has produced a number of women poets who have refined and redefined the boundaries of the region’s literature and identity. Her...
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This collection includes poems that give voice to women in paintings, sculptures, and photographs.  Each title is the title of a well-known work of art, or nude. ...
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Case Hysteries is a collection of poems including dramatic monologues and dialogues based on Sigmund Freud's case histories of five women.
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    (...) Clila is the heroine of a novel written by an author of great sensitivity. (...) The  reader accompanies her on a journey,  drawn into a gently ...
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The Last Resort
One woman's murder and a bottle washed ashore on the St. Anastasia beach open a Pandora's box and unleash secrets pursued by an entire camping resort . . . and the...
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NEW! Risk
To change the world, you need to take risks. That's something Carol Schwartz knows bone deep. And it's something she's prepared to do. She learned about risk as a...
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The Bones of Summer by Anne Brooke
When Craig Robertson's religious fanatic father disappears, Craig is forced to return to the home he'd left behind after an underage affair in order to look for...
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In twenty-six poems, E. Gail Chandler travels from Gray Hawk to Malawi, from San Diego to Auschwitz-Birkenau.  A marine in the summer of love, a mission lady who...
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This personal story chronicles how the author sustained her hope through two bouts with breast cancer. The reader discovers her process for enduring diagnosis and...
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IN THIS INCREDIBLE, SWEEPING SAGA across thousands of years and hundreds of light years we come face to face with our fears and deep prejudices. It is here, in...
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The Insomnia Workbook
Forget expensive mattresses, fancy foam pillows, and white noise machines. There's no better treatment for insomnia than cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)....
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XENOGENESIS is a tale of change; inexorable and inevitable. Human beings are always craving change but when it comes it is frightening . . . Sometimes to the point...
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Collin Kelley's debut, Better To Travel, is a haunting cycle of poetry dispatched from the teeming streets of London and New York to the decadence of Paris and...
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