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rita-m-gerlach's picture
Aug.22.2012
On a windswept night in April of 1775, Eliza sat at her father’s bedside hoping he would recover. Forced to leave the home she grew up in, Eliza grows desperate. She could marry her former suitor, but cannot bear the thought of a loveless marriage. Instead she falls in love with Hayward...
reina-menasche's picture
Aug.22.2012
  It all begins in the closet. Paris Jablonski, wife, mother, social worker, and aspiring writer, is celebrating her eighth wedding anniversary when she uncovers a secret letter about her sexy French husband—and his girlfriend.  The letter is in French, nearly incomprehensible, and so is...
zayra-yves's picture
Aug.19.2012
The pomegranate, as a symbol and for its color, has historical meanin gofr women both in mythology and literature. Zayra's literary poetic collection, Color Me Pomegranate, travels through the many layers of mythical women turned into real women living these mythos out in every day life. On the...
zayra-yves's picture
Aug.19.2012
Zayra Yves is a modern-day mystic whose writings are evocative, innovative, and empathetic. She is a passion-filled force embracing both her human desires as well as the divine essence. Empty as Nirvana has been compiled from both new material and previously published poems that have been included...
zayra-yves's picture
Aug.19.2012
Leaving You Unpainted is the story of love shared through poetry in an unpretentious and unadorned style, yet it is profoundly provocative with its visual sensual feast of beauty, art and love in its myriad of expressions. It is both haunting with sorrow and lyrical with divinity. Once you begin,...
dana-mills's picture
Aug.10.2012
Two souls brought together by love are distanced by the challenges of living with conflicting social values during times of extreme political stress. Rasha Halwani, a victim of the Lebanese civil war, and Luke Elliott, a British photojournalist, begin a clandestine romance while on vacation in...
thich-nhat-hanh's picture
Jul.16.2012
Love might not be what we think it is. We all seek the happiness that comes from loving and being loved, yet we often find ourselves dissatisfied in our relationships and unable to grasp the cause. Thich Nhat Hanh here shows the way to overcome our recurrent obstacles to love—by learning to be...
heather-fowler's picture
Jun.25.2012
Hailed as “magic realism at its finest,” Fowler’s writing reveals the small but essential truths that motivate sex and relationships. Whether in museums of solitude, in airports of dreams, or at the circus, these stories are bound together by transformation, anthropomorphism, and ultimately by love...
chris-rodell's picture
May.17.2012
Charcoal and lampblack: those were the only two colors the company that would grow to be Crayola Crayons produced when it was founded in 1864. Today the children who use Crayola products can choose from more than ninety-six different colors, including Azure, Laser Lemon, and Razzmatazz. What child...
douglas-r-keister's picture
Mar.28.2012
Percy Peabody has it all, a spectacularly beautiful wife, a well-paying job, two picture-perfect children, a designer house in the suburbs, a ready smile and a firm handshake. He has everything but his heart. A mysterious symbol tattooed on the leg of a young woman named Autumn take him on a...