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Disguised as Poetry
Grantmakers in the Arts Reader:Ideas and Information on Arts and Culture reviews
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Disguised as Poetry
Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries reviews
“This collection of personal responses is a fine primer for those interested not only in prison life and the daily contrasts between ‘inside’ and ‘outside,’ but...
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Disguised as Poetry
Booklist reviews
“Tannenbaum, a poet, teacher, and passionate community art advocate, shares her frank and moving recollections of teaching poetry at San Quentin prison during the...
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Booklist reviews
Greeting-card cozy is the tone of this counting rhyme that celebrates a child's new baby sister, with equally inviting art showing the newborn in Daddy's arms as...
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What I Love About You
myshelf.com reviews
"The greatest thing you'll ever learn is to love and be loved in return."~ Nat King Cole Imagine how special a gift it would be to grant your loved one...
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What I Love About You
Diablo Magazine reviews
Put down that box of chocolates!  And the roses, too. Kate and David Marshall have published the ultimate Valentine's Day gift; a fill-in-the-blanks book that...
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What I Love About You
Ladies' Home Journal Online reviews
We should all tell our significant other what we love about them every day, but how many of us actually do? This handsome journal is like a baby book for your...
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What I Love About You
Contra Costa Times reviews
Pair's Book Prompts Expressions of Love   By Jessica Yadegaran For their 20th wedding anniversary, Kate Marshall did not give her husband, David, the...
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What I Love About You
Coffee Time Romance reviews
    Rating: 5 Cups (out of 5) WHAT I LOVE ABOUT YOUKATE MARSHALL AND DAVID MARSHALLISBN# 9780767923156, January 2007, Hardback, $13.95, 90 pages Non-Fiction/...
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http://foodthought.org/labels/mama%20phd.html reviews
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Bloodstorm
Booklist reviews
  “Irish crime writer, Sam Millar (The Redemption Factory) is back with a brand new anti-hero, Karl Kane… Thirty years ago Robert Mitchum and Michael Winner...
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The Road Out Of Hell
The Associated Press -- and viral reprints throughout mainstream media reviews
"The Road Out of Hell: Sanford Clark and the True Story of the Wineville Murders" (Union Square Press, 304 pages, $24.95), by Anthony Flacco, with Jerry Clark:...
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Harriet Klausner, Genre-Go-Around reviews
"No one makes werewolves seem real better than romantic urban fantasist Terry Spear continually does with her “Wolf” saga (see Legend of the White Wolf, To Tempt a...
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Love Romance Passion reviews
Despite being the fifth novel in Terry Spear’s werewolf series, Seduced by the Wolf was written as a stand-alone. As a rule, I enjoy reading previous installments...
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WIRED online reviews
But I’m always glad to find an independent project that I enjoy. The perception for independent comics, I think, is that they’re the literary fiction version of...
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Breaking Out of Bedlam
Boston Globe reviews
“Leslie Larson gives an 82-year-old assisted living resident an unforgettable voice: caustic, profane, searingly honest….Cora Sledge is an unlikely heroine. She’s...
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Breaking Out of Bedlam
AARP Magazine reviews
“Tough-edged Cora Sledge, 82, is a reluctant resident of The Palisades nursing home—a prison [where] your only crime is you lived too long.” Her tell-all journal,...
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Diana Page Jordan reviews
Sascha’s hilarious, strikingly non-chronological account of how she married – and divorced – the obvious guy at the obvious time – hits a bit close to home.
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Los Angeles Times reviews
Kings of the Earth displays a "subtle brilliance...so vibrant that you feel the bite of a northern wind, smell the rankness of dissipated lives and experience the...
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