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Barns - Rekindled Visions of Vanishing Times By Barbara Cornish
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The poem with photos of barns illustrates the life that was sheltered within these protective and nurturing structures.
Pretty Ugly - How Low Self-Esteem Almost Ruined My Life By Barbara M. Barnes
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"Pretty Ugly - How Low Self-Esteem Almost Ruined My Life" is a biography of sorts written with dramatic,real-life reflections of the author's own life in the form of short stories. Chapter... More > by chapter this book shares hard-core experiences and testimonies that work to inspire and encourage others that may have been or may be going through the same types of challenges Barbara Barnes went through that are largely ignored by the masses most of the time. In this book Barbara M. Barnes pours out her heart and soul as she steps into the realm of realistic transparency to share a piece of her soul with the world. The book is an easy read written with true-to-life language and it is pieced together like a literary quilt composed for readers to cover themselves with the comfort of camaraderie and the sentiment of sisterhood. "Pretty Ugly" is pretty, pretty when the comfort and encouragement it offers to real women in a real world is considered. Read this book and break free!< Less
Rekindled Visions of Vanishing Times The Passing Life of American Barns By Barbara H Cornish
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Rekindled Visions of Vanishing Times - The Passing Life of American Barns showcases the author's passion for an era slipping away. The disintegration of the American barn is symbolic of the loss of a... More > way of life. This poem shows in prose and dramatic photos the passing of souls and their stories that were protected and sheltered within these nurturing structures. The photos were taken in Ypsilanti, Milan, Adrian, Dexter, Saline, Ann Arbor, Chelsea, Mt. Pleasant and other areas in Michigan. The one featured on the front was studied for several years during all four seasons as the sad, steady deterioration was captured on film.< Less
How to Exercise a Thoroughbred Race Horse By Janice Blake-Baeza, Barbara D. Livingston
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Janice Blake-Baeza, Thoroughbred race horse jockey and author, describes how to take a Thoroughbred race horse to the race track and back safely. Great for beginners, owners and other rail birds... More > wanting to know more about what goes on behind the scenes of a Thoroughbred race track as the horses are being exercised. Follow along with Janice as she gathers her helmet and boots, gets a leg-up on the race horse, rides to the track, exercises her Thoroughbred race horse and brings it back to the barn unscathed.< Less
Locket's Meadow : Captain of the Dance By Kathleen M. Schurman, Barbara Borck-Hart
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She should have named him Trouble . . . Captain is a very bad horse. Celestino, the farm hand, refuses to take care of him, and none of the barn kids will go near the little brown and white paint... More > who kicks and rears and bites. "That horse will never be anything but trouble," says Jenna, who boards her horse at the barn. "You simply must get rid of him!" Everyone agrees, except for Kathleen, who rescued him from the slaughterhouse and can't bear to send him away. Her best friend, Brendee, tells her to follow her heart, and Kathleen knows she has to find a way to tame the colt. Even Locket, the burro, who's friends with everyone, can't find a way to help the little horse. The farm is in chaos, and when it seems things can't get worse, Brendee gets sick and Captain is in a terrible accident and might die. Kathleen makes a difficult decision - she will stop saving horses. Can Locket and her friends find a way to help Kathleen? Or is it too late for Captain and Locket's Meadow Farm?< Less
Evergreen Review - Number 10 By Various
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Contents: John Rechy — The City of Lost Angels Samuel Beckett — Embers Siné — These Weapons Will Still Remain Feng Meng Lung — Song Barbara Moraff — Tune Cynthia... More > Ozick — We Ignoble Savages Paul Carroll — George Swimming at Barnes Hole P. R. Brown — Africa and Small Poem Corneille — Journal of a Painter in Ethiopia Henry Miller — From Nexus Paul Blackbum — Sirventes William Eastlake — Three Heroes and a Clown Henryk Musialowicz — Three Drawings Bruce Morrissette — New Structure in the Novel: But It Got Too Cold Jealousy, by Alain Robbe-Grillet B. H. Friedman — The Most Expensive Restaurant Jerry Tallmer — Bye Bye Blackbird Allen Ginsherg — Notes Written on Finally Martin Williams — Funk for Sale< Less
Otoliths issue thirty, part one By Mark Young (editor)
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Otoliths 30 Pt 1 has work by SS Prasad, Raymond Farr, Mary Cresswell, Richard Kostelanetz, Volodymyr Bilyk, Alan Chamberlain, Jim Meirose, Christopher Barnes, Philip Byron Oakes, Theodoros Chiotis,... More > Lewis Gesner, Michelle Greenblatt & Sheila E. Murphy, Anna Rugis, Daniel f. Bradley, Elizabeth Terrazas, Willie Smith, John Tranter, Felino Soriano, Adam Fieled, John M. Bennett, Matt Hill, Jude Conlee, Ron Riekki, Donna Fleischer, Zachary Scott Hamilton, Theodore Worozbyt, Mia Avramut & John Riley, Jeff Harrison, Chris Brown, Craig Kurtz, bárbara mesquite & bruno neiva, Natsuko Hirata, William Repass, Johannes S.H. Berg, Wilna Panagos, Susan Kachor Conlon, John Pursch, Lakey Comess, Andrew Cantrell, Paul Summers, Ric Carfagna, Joe Balaz, Paul Pfleuger, Jr., Alex Stolis, Charles Freeland & Rosaire Appel, Eric Leighton McKneely, Sam Langer, Tony Beyer, Mike Cannell, Boona Daroom, Ken Bolton, Bob Heman, Bogdan Puslenghea, Jim McCrary, Siel Ju, Scott Metz, Ken Nance, J. D. Nelson, pd mallamo.< Less

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