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Nov.26.2012
A memoir of adventure, tragedy, family and faith, and a daughter's navigating the wilderness of an Alaskan river and of her own heart. When her parents are killed by a grizzly bear in Alaska’s remote Arctic, author Shannon Huffman Polson is forced into a wilderness of grief. Her quest for healing...
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Aug.23.2012
All You Bastards Can Go Jump Off a Bridge! is a 224-page collection of short comics by J Marc Schmidt. Many of the comics were originally published on J Marc's 3rd Blade webcomic project in 2009. There are many different genres inside, comedy, tragedy, fiction, farce, real life, a recipe...
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Oct.27.2010
A future world only heartbeats from our own  By the late 22nd century, the Great Recession of the early 2000s has lead to a worldwide police state. A ruined United States barely functions. Government control masks chaos, dissenters are sent to camps, and technology is outlawed. War rages while the...
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Jun.04.2010
Coleridge, Lamb, Hazlitt, and the Reader of Drama is a re‑evaluation of British drama criticism of the nineteenth century.  I demonstrate that the British Romantics' bias against the staging of Shakespearean tragedy is rooted in an established and intellectually justifiable tradition in Western...
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Aug.17.2009
John Cobb comes from a blue collar, Fundamentalist home in Georgia. As a teenager in 1960's Georgia, his background seems a handicap that suggests little chance for great success in his life. His family and friends seek to put him on their chosen path to become a preacher. But John meets Sarah...
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Mar.25.2008
A True Story of Tragedy and Triumph Our daughter, Mary Jo, disappeared on October 18, 1972. This is the story of her death and my resurrection. Mary Jo went immediately to be with the Lord. I went to hell first. How I was taken out of that hell and set in a new place is written here so others...
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Dec.27.2007
This War Called Love is the second collection of stories by American Book Award-winner Alejandro Murguia (Southern Front). Young Reymundo’s idyllic life in 1950s Mexico City is interrupted by one tragedy after another in the richly detailed “Boy on a Wooden Horse.” Although the eight subsequent...
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Dec.20.2007
As author Barry Gifford was writing these pieces, he gradually came to realize that what he was creating was a geographical fiction, or a geography of fictions. As Barry explains, “Everybody has a story, no matter where they are in the world, and I conceived the device of The Ropedancer when I was...
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Dec.14.2007
A master storyteller and unrivaled visionary, Clive Barker has mixed the real and unreal with the horrible and wonderful in more than twenty years of fantastic fiction. The Inhuman Condition is a masterwork of surrealistic terror, recounting tragedy with pragmatism, inspiring panic more than dread...