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Murder at Mossy Oak By sandra arrants
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Back in the sixties, eight year old Sadie Marchant and her brother find the body of their friend lying in the bathroom of their church just after Sunday services. Reeling from the shock of this... More > homicide in the small community of Clarence,South carolina, there are two more murders in a matter of weeks. Something sinsiter is going on in this rurual community of farmers and blue collar workers and Sheriff Jehu Calhoun is stumped. Before the murders are solved secrets are revealed that shatter the congregants of Mossy Oak church and the residents of Clarence.< Less
The Full Bloom Love Poems By Cordelia Blue
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This exceptional anthology often establishes astonishing contexts from which to explore the intimate codes of relationships. This impressive collection is rich with color and surprise. Stand out... More > poems include "The world is beautiful of flowers”, "Love Syrup", " My Heart", "Drop of water from the rose " , "My Love to one who is a Solder", " You are in the Army", “Being loved by someone should never hurt”, ”Heartfelt”, ”The Thought of light”. Poem “The tree of Oak" stands out as it is about the time I was born, the world I have pictured and the sense I have felt. Each of my poems was carefully engraved the deepest love into full bloom. Therefore The New Full Bloom Love Poem book will inspire every person with a sincere Soul.< Less
The Crayon Murders By Shirley Burke Oaks
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The Crayon Murders revolves around the story of a young girl named Angel, and how she learns to survive. Angel learns to toughen up in the face of extreme poverty, hunger and abuse, all of which... More > takes place in her home. The eldest child, she bears the heaviest burden of finding ways to feed her family. Her mother had long ago retreated into her own world. Angel immediately becomes aware of the danger posed by some of the grown men around her.To protect herself,she fashions a sharpened nail she carries with her, especially around her father. At a young age, Angel kills her first man. She decides to call him Mr. Sky-Blue after a blue crayon she found in the dump. Over the years, Angels struggles to leave her dark past behind and rebuild herself. Angel succeeds in life and gets deeply involved in charity work for women and children. Angel is happy knowing that her children are safe and will never go through the same life she was forced to live, with only a sharpened nail for security.< Less
Sard By Philip Byron Oakes
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Often joking while performing his circus of fire eating acts, PHILIP BYRON OAKES gets around to lavish spectacles “Sooner or loiter.” Details mount and accrue, as what is... More > real—objective—is less satisfying to observe than the ritualized, impeccably imbedded electrical buzz and charge of these manic fragmented tableaux holding place as they surge. Oakes writes as he guns the motor. There is a sense of vertigo that appeals to one’s right brain and left brain simultaneously. The language swirls—a whirlpool of stochastic images encountered without fault. The poems are, I feel, impressively unimpeachable—shards of focus as imagined works of art. What we are witness to is the random miracle seemingly made plain—a vase of flowers torn from a table by a cyclone in Kansas (the house ripped to kindling) and placed down serenely in Sarasota or Reno without so much as a petal harmed. Such is the force of the poems in _Sard_. —Raymond Farr (editor of Blue & Yellow Dog)< Less
Blue & Yellow Dog Issues 3 & 4 Winter 2010 & Spring 2011 By Raymond Farr
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Crag Hill, Matthew Johnstone, Vernon Fraser, Sheila Murphy, Adam Fieled, Richard Kostelanetz, John C. Goodman, Felino A. Soriano, Keith Moul, Ricky Garni, Dorothee Lang, Glenn R. Frantz, Philip Byron... More > Oakes, George J. Farrah, Richard Mason, Dylan Harris, Ben Nucum, Nate Pritts, Thomas Fink, Wayne Mason, David Tomaloff, Alan Britt, Marco Giovenale, Howie Good, Mark Prejsnar, Orchid Tierney, Russell Jaffe, Debrah Morkun, Edward Wells II, RC Miller, Constance Stadler, Keith Higginbotham, Linda Thea & Greg Bem, Billy Cancel, Sean Burn, Valery Oisteanu.< Less
Blue & Yellow Dog Issues 3 & 4 Winter 2010 & Spring 2011 By Raymond Farr
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Crag Hill, Matthew Johnstone, Vernon Fraser, Sheila Murphy, Adam Fieled, Richard Kostelanetz, John C. Goodman, Felino A. Soriano, Keith Moul, Ricky Garni, Dorothee Lang, Glenn R. Frantz, Philip Byron... More > Oakes, George J. Farrah, Richard Mason, Dylan Harris, Ben Nucum, Nate Pritts, Thomas Fink, Wayne Mason, David Tomaloff, Alan Britt, Marco Giovenale, Howie Good, Mark Prejsnar, Orchid Tierney, Russell Jaffe, Debrah Morkun, Edward Wells II, RC Miller, Constance Stadler, Keith Higginbotham, Linda Thea & Greg Bem, Billy Cancel, Sean Burn, Valery Oisteanu.< Less
Blue & Yellow Dog Issue 1 Spring & Issue 2 Summer 2010 By Raymond Farr, Editor
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From the elegant insights of Andrew Topel's abstract drawings to the biting realism of Francis Raven's gritty mini novel there is much to experience in this, the first print issue of the on line... More > poetry journal Blue & Yellow Dog. The issue also includes work by Thomas Fink, Arkava Das, James Sanders, Ali Asgar Sanwarwalla, the Atlanta Poets Group, Adam Fieled, Josh May, Felino A. Soriano, Neil Addison, Michael Farrell, JF Quackenbush, Naomi Buck Palagi, Raymond Farr, Christine Herzer, Valery Oisteanu, Philip Byron Oakes, Travis Macdonald, Nico Vasilakis, Jessie Janeshek, Ton van 't Hof, Sean Burn, Eddie Patterson, J. D. Nelson and Jenny Enochsson.< Less
Maryland 2014, Illustrated by Joanna Barnum By Joanna Barnum
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A 2014 art calendar celebrating Maryland, with vivid illustrations by Baltimore artist Joanna Barnum.
Fighting for the Wrong Side By Grace Cooke
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Fighting for the Wrong side is about, Robert E. Lee and his son William H. Lee. Robert E. Lee is against slavery, but he thinks that he needs to keep his reputation. William disagrees with his... More > father, but he fights for the south out of respect when his father is killed. Williams dream was to be a preacher, but his father did not believe in god, meaning William felt like he needed to follow in his father’s footsteps. When his father wanted what he dreamed of, neither of them got what they wished. They both had to fight for the wrong side.< Less
Fighting for the Wrong Side By Grace Cooke
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Fighting for the Wrong side is about, Robert E. Lee and his son William H. Lee. Robert E. Lee is against slavery, but he thinks that he needs to keep his reputation. William disagrees with his... More > father, but he fights for the south out of respect when his father is killed. Williams dream was to be a preacher, but his father did not believe in god, meaning William felt like he needed to follow in his father’s footsteps. When his father wanted what he dreamed of, neither of them got what they wished. They both had to fight for the wrong side.< Less