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Destination America: 50 Must See Sites and Their Stories By Brian D'Ambrosio
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Here is where writer Brian D’Ambrosio’s traveling spirit took him over the course of fifty days and 20,000 miles in 2009. From the Carthage, Illinois, jail where Mormon prophet Joseph... More > Smith was killed, to an underground city along the Hi-Line of central Montana, to the Cedar Rapids, Iowa, studio where Grant Wood painted American Gothic, to Smokey Bear’s resting place in Capitan, New Mexico, get ready for a fun, enjoyable, informative ride.< Less
A Wee Bit of Wisconsin By Brian D'Ambrosio
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In A Wee Bit of Wisconsin: Journalistic Cravings in a Time without Print, print writer Brian D'Ambrosio explores southern Wisconsin and beyond during one year of web-based articles and posts. What he... More > tried to do was to keep the vibrant nature of raconteur journalism alive, with a wide variety of random stories of his year sifting through the Badger State’s history, books, arts, people, travel, and nature. In one year, he posted and recorded approximately 120 stories, half of which he hopes you find collectively interesting enough to warrant their inclusion in this small tome. Anybody who loves a good narrative will love this book. From the International Crane Foundation to Fred Smith's Concrete Park to Burnie's Rock Shop to John Dillinger's hideout at Little Bohemia Lodge, to the Hamlin Garland Homestead in West Salem, this book is teeming with Wisconsin cultural gems.< Less
A Wee Bit of Wisconsin By Brian D'Ambrosio
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In A Wee Bit of Wisconsin: Journalistic Cravings in a Time without Print, print writer Brian D'Ambrosio explores southern Wisconsin and beyond during one year of web-based articles and posts. What he... More > tried to do was to keep the vibrant nature of raconteur journalism alive, with a wide variety of random stories of his year sifting through the Badger State’s history, books, arts, people, travel, and nature. In one year, he posted and recorded approximately 120 stories, half of which he hopes you find collectively interesting enough to warrant their inclusion in this small tome. Anybody who loves a good narrative will love this book. From the International Crane Foundation to Fred Smith's Concrete Park to Burnie's Rock Shop to John Dillinger's hideout at Little Bohemia Lodge, to the Hamlin Garland Homestead in West Salem, this book is teeming with Wisconsin cultural gems.< Less
Destination America: 50 Must See Sites and Their Stories By Brian D'Ambrosio
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Here is where writer Brian D’Ambrosio’s traveling spirit took him over the course of fifty days and 20,000 miles in 2009. From the Carthage, Illinois, jail where Mormon prophet Joseph... More > Smith was killed, to an underground city along the Hi-Line of central Montana, to the Cedar Rapids, Iowa, studio where Grant Wood painted American Gothic, to Smokey Bear’s resting place in Capitan, New Mexico, get ready for a fun, enjoyable, informative ride.< Less
Montana Summer: 101 Great Adventures in Big Sky Country By Brian D'Ambrosio
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Summers in Montana are the most spectacular few months one can have anywhere in the world. Whether planning your first trip to Montana or luckily enough to call it home, Montana Summer: 101 Great... More > Adventures in Big Sky Country should cram your calendar with uniquely exciting experiences. Relax, make a check list, and enjoy the 101 things you must do this summer in Montana. Summer in Montana is practical, hearty and the quintessence of freedom; feasible to attempt yet impossible to conquer; fleeting but most memorable; infinitely enjoyable. Welcome to a Montana summer. Whether you are searching for a hiking adventure or a scenic drive, or a great brewery or phenomenal burger, or a beautiful ball park or quirky bit of lore, the 101 places listed in this book provide many opportunities for immersive Montana tourism. Whether visiting the north, south, east or west regions of the state, there is sure to be plenty to explore.< Less
From Haikus to Hatmaking: One Year in the Life of Western Montana By Brian D'Ambrosio
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In one year of working as a freelance writer, from June 2007 to June 2008, Brian D'Ambrosio had the opportunity to meet and spend time with but a few of the many eclectic personalities that make... More > Western Montana so unique. The stories collected here say what only stories about people can, and in so doing, they open our eyes. These snippets of life tear the curtain to reveal who and what we Western Montanans really are. Feature profiles include photographer Richard Paup, totem pole carver George Gulli, former NHL tough guy Jim Agnew, ex-NFL-er Guy Bingham, and furniture builder Andy Maisel.< Less
From Haikus to Hatmaking: One Year in the Life of Western Montana By Brian D'Ambrosio
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In one year of working as a freelance writer, from June 2007 to June 2008, Brian D'Ambrosio had the opportunity to meet and spend time with but a few of the many eclectic personalities that make... More > Western Montana so unique. The stories collected here say what only stories about people can, and in so doing, they open our eyes. These snippets of life tear the curtain to reveal who and what we Western Montanans really are. Feature profiles include photographer Richard Paup, totem pole carver George Gulli, former NHL tough guy Jim Agnew, ex-NFL-er Guy Bingham, and furniture builder Andy Maisel.< Less
Fresh Oil and Loose Gravel: Road Poetry by Brian D'Ambrosio 1998-2008 By Brian D'Ambrosio
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Poetry pieced together to theorize the roiled character of life on the road, Fresh Oil and Loose Gravel: Road Poetry 1998-2008, is a testament to the personal upholding of distraught freedom and... More > self-sacrifice, love and falsehood, misplacement and rebirth. This rugged presentation of road poetry expresses the loss and reemergence of honesty, generalities of defiance, innate fragility, heroic weakness, unmitigated arrogance, brazen, uncouth behavior, utmost kindness, inscrutable duality of the attraction of opposites, and the mushy struggle for self-betterment. With wit, humor, truculence, and adrenaline, Fresh Oil and Loose Gravel takes readers on arid avenues to self-renewal, to remote paths of sentimental victory, open skies to freedom, and to a world full of mystery, sojourns of suspense, and the mercurial fluidity of fresh oil and loose gravel.< Less
Fresh Oil and Loose Gravel: Road Poetry by Brian D'Ambrosio 1998-2008 By Brian D'Ambrosio
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Poetry pieced together to theorize the roiled character of life on the road, Fresh Oil and Loose Gravel: Road Poetry 1998-2008, is a testament to the personal upholding of distraught freedom and... More > self-sacrifice, love and falsehood, misplacement and rebirth. This rugged presentation of road poetry expresses the loss and reemergence of honesty, generalities of defiance, innate fragility, heroic weakness, unmitigated arrogance, brazen, uncouth behavior, utmost kindness, inscrutable duality of the attraction of opposites, and the mushy struggle for self-betterment. With wit, humor, truculence, and adrenaline, Fresh Oil and Loose Gravel takes readers on arid avenues to self-renewal, to remote paths of sentimental victory, open skies to freedom, and to a world full of mystery, sojourns of suspense, and the mercurial fluidity of fresh oil and loose gravel.< Less
My Paperback Book By Brian D'Ambrosio
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