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Urban Wilderness By Laura Spencer, Nana Kwaku Opare
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Our urban wilderness backyard in Atlanta Georgia, a city in the forest. Each day and each season brings beauty and wonder.
Thoughts of My Inner City: An Autobi-oetry By B. Wilder
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B. Wilder, a 25 year old Atlanta native has been writing and reading poetry for over 15 years. A style familiar to that of her literary muses’ Maya Angelou and Nikki Giovanni, she introduces a... More > collection of syncopated and sometimes abrupt tempo pieces. You’ll find a variety of poetic styles in Thoughts of My Inner City, which chronicles her “short” yet eventful journey. Though sometimes gripping and graphic, "Thoughts of My Inner City" emerges as a unified ode to life, love and peace. As well as a poet, she serves as mentor and motivational speaker to struggling teens and children, is an active member of her church and a community servant.< Less
Thoughts of My Inner City: An Autobi-oetry By B. Wilder
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B. Wilder, a 25 year old Atlanta native has been writing and reading poetry for over 15 years. A style familiar to that of her literary muses’ Maya Angelou and Nikki Giovanni, she introduces a... More > collection of syncopated and sometimes abrupt tempo pieces. You’ll find a variety of poetic styles in Thoughts of My Inner City, which chronicles her “short” yet eventful journey. Though sometimes gripping and graphic, "Thoughts of My Inner City" emerges as a unified ode to life, love and peace. As well as a poet, she serves as mentor and motivational speaker to struggling teens and children, is an active member of her church and a community servant.< Less
Modern American Wilderness By Tommy Taretta
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Insights and observations from the streets of los Angeles. The author chronicles his daily interactions with the freaks and degenerates of his city through poetry and short stories.
Cry A Voice in the Wilderness By Jeanita L. Sykes
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Cry: A Voice in the Wilderness is a testimonial deliverance manual for all who suffer or knows someone who is suffering from emotional and physical oppression and addictions. Jeanita Sykes candidly... More > opens her life as she takes the reader on a journey into the life of an African American girl in the inner city, as she faces tragedy, identity crisis, addiction, abuse and ultimately, VICTORY through the Love of Christ Jesus.< Less
Cry A Voice in the Wilderness By Jeanita L. Sykes
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Cry: A Voice in the Wilderness is a testimonial deliverance manual for all who suffer or knows someone who is suffering from emotional and physical oppression and addictions. Jeanita Sykes candidly... More > opens her life as she takes the reader on a journey into the life of an African American girl in the inner city, as she faces tragedy, identity crisis, addiction, abuse and ultimately, VICTORY through the Love of Christ Jesus.< Less
Nobody Survived the Wilderness By Sally Hull
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"Free, wild land to someone with pioneer spirit" is the promise Lee latches onto. Faced with the toxic city fumes that are killing him, he chooses to venture to the wilderness in Michigan.... More > The magazine who offers Lee the free land has one stipulation: he cannot step foot off of the designated area in the wilderness for an entire year without forfeiting the land. The magazine crew covering the story consists of self-centered, conniving Photographer Cal Tyler, his sister Kate the harried writer who is also the guardian of their teenage brother Sean. For his part, Sean is doing his best to be sent to Juvenile Hall. Lee's faith in God is tested by the harshness of wilderness living as well as by living next door to the three Tylers. Even he begins wondering if anyone will survive the wilderness.< Less
Nobody Survived the Wilderness By Sally Hull
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"Free, wild land to someone with pioneer spirit" is the promise Lee latches onto. Faced with the toxic city fumes that are killing him, he chooses to venture to the wilderness in Michigan.... More > The magazine who offers Lee the free land has one stipulation: he cannot step foot off of the designated area in the wilderness for an entire year without forfeiting the land. The magazine crew covering the story consists of self-centered, conniving Photographer Cal Tyler, his sister Kate the harried writer who is also the guardian of their teenage brother Sean. For his part, Sean is doing his best to be sent to Juvenile Hall. Lee's faith in God is tested by the harshness of wilderness living as well as by living next door to the three Tylers. Even he begins wondering if anyone will survive the wilderness.< Less
Big Easy By Eric Wilder
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Someone is killing New Orleans street people and this is hurting the City's tourist trade just beginning to recover from Hurricane's Katrina and Rita. More than just simple acts of murder, voodoo is... More > involved, the killer possibly an actual Vodoun deity. Homicide detective Tony Nicosia seeks the help of Wyatt Thomas, the City's foremost expert on the often-secret side of the Big Easy. Wyatt enlists the aid of Mama Mulate, Tulane English professor, and an actual voodoo mambo, to assist him. Together, they unravel the strangest mystery to hit the venerable City since Marie Laveau herself. Take a deep breath, then prepare to see the Big Easy, as you never imagined. Eric Wilder, author of five previous books, is a native of Louisiana. He presently lives and writes in Edmond, Oklahoma.< Less
Big Easy By Eric Wilder
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Someone is killing New Orleans street people and it is hurting the City's tourist trade just beginning to recover from Hurricane's Katrina and Rita. More than just simple acts of murder, voodoo is... More > involved, the killer possibly an actual Vodoun deity. Homicide detective Tony Nicosia seeks the help of Wyatt Thomas, the City's foremost expert on a very secret and often seedy side of the Big Easy. Wyatt enlists the aid of Mama Mulate, Tulane English professor, and an actual voodoo mambo, to assist him. Together, they unravel the strangest mystery to hit the venerable city since Marie Laveau herself. Take a deep breath, and then prepare to see the Big Easy as you have never imagined.< Less