posted by Elizabeth Bernstein
Elizabeth Bernstein reads "Alice," the darkly comic story of Joel and Alice Holding, a brother and sister with a big problem on their hands -- the Guinea worm that emerges through the skin...
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posted by Gary G Gach
Inaugurating the publication by BOA Editions of Ko Un's Flowers of a Moment, translator Gary Gach reads from this and from the poet's Ten Thousand Lives. [20 minutes]
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posted by Alexander Besher
It is the year 2062. The Psi-Revolution is in full swing. Thanks to the latest advances in meta-technology, the collective dreams of the entire planet have become privatized. The entertainment...
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posted by Havisham Patrizzi
Author: Frances Dinkelspiel speaks about her great grandfather Hellman. An impressive man, to say the least!
posted by Maureen Sherbondy
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posted by Fr. Heyward Ewart, Ph.D.
Marriages fail because people don't know what marriage is. It's supposed a completion of each other, whereby needs left over from childhood are met. This teaching has saved hundreds of marriages.
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