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Cakes & Ale (Illustrated) By Edward Spencer
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The Coffee-Tree, which, when roasted, ground, and mixed with water, and unmixed with horse-beans, dandelion-root, or road-scrapings, forms a most agreeable beverage to those who can digest it, was... More > not known to the Greeks or Romans, but has been used in Abyssinia and along the north-east coast of Africa almost as long as those parts have been populated. Here, in merry England, where coffee was not introduced until the eighteenth century, it was at first used but sparingly, until it almost entirely took the place of chocolate, which was the favoured beverage of the duchesses and fine madams who minced and flirted, and plotted, during the reign of the Merry Monarch, fifty years or so before.< Less
Spencer & Abigail's Christmas Book By Karen Edwards
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This is a story about two children whose parents give their Christmas presents to people who are more needy. In light of difficult economic times, children can learn the importance of giving to... More > others who are less fortunate and understand the true message of Christmas.< Less
Spencer & Abigail's Christmas Book By Karen Edwards
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This is a story about two children whose parents give their Christmas presents to people who are more needy. In light of difficult economic times, children can learn the importance of giving to... More > others who are less fortunate and understand the true message of Christmas.< Less
Thornhill Manor By Ed Harris
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The story begins in the early years of the 19th century. It centres around Edward Spencer, world traveller, dealer in artifacts/ antiquities and entrepreneur. He returns to his native county... More > (Herefordshire) to visit old friends who own Thornhill Manor. Sir John and Lady Catherine Tavistock. While there, Edward has an affair with Catherine and one of the servants- Agnes Peak. Due to certain ‘events’ Edward leaves Thornhill on another journey, returning there several years later. His former life now begins to catch up with him and Edward soon begins a new, exciting, journey through life, one which has many surprises waiting in store for him, not all of them pleasant!< Less
Petrichor Machine: Issue Three By Various Contributors
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Petrichor Machine is a literary journal for people who love words. Issue three features poetry and fiction by: Jeffrey Alfier, Dominika Bednarska, Jackson Burgess, Jon Cone, Jacob Edwards, Peter... More > Cole Friedman, Spencer Golub, David Hancock, William Wright Harris, j/j hastain, Zeke Jarvis, Michelle Jia, Damien Knightley, Philip Kobylarz, Bruce McRae, Mark J. Mitchell, Bill Neumire, Sean Neville, Richard King Perkins II, Loni Reynolds, Cory Saul, Bethany Snyder, Adam Tavel, Charles Wilkinson, and Changming Yuan. Visit our website for more information. www.petrichormachine.com< Less
CUT UP! An Anthology Inspired by the Cut-Up Method of William S. Burroughs & Brion Gysin By A.D. Hitchin, Joe Ambrose
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In Paris in the late Fifties the Beat Generation writer William Burroughs and his sidekick Brion Gysin developed the cut-up method. It involved taking a piece of finished text and cutting it into... More > pieces – then rearranging those pieces to create a new text or work of art. Burroughs wrote that: “When you cut into the present the future leaks out.” The cut-up had a profound effect on music, writing, painting, and film. Devotees of the cut-up include David Bowie, Radiohead, and Kathy Acker. In addition to bringing together new work by new people, CUT UP! also salutes some better known 20th Century voices who kept the spirit of Burroughs and Gysin alive. Contributors include Kenji Siratori, Claude Pélieu, Nina Antonia, Billy Chainsaw, Cabell McLean, Mary Beach, Marc Olmsted, Allen Ginsberg, Spencer Kansa, Michael Butterworth, Robert Rosen, Nathan Penlington, Sinclair Beiles, Gary J. Shipley, D M Mitchell, and Edward S. Robinson.< Less
Convicts Down Under By Maria Northcote et al.
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This book includes the stories of seven different convicts who arrived on Australian soil between 1796 and 1844: Thomas BAGGOTT, Esther SALAMON SPENCER, Patrick MULLALLY, Edward GARRETT, Thomas DAVY,... More > George SHERRIFF and Thomas RILEY. The stories were written by Andrew Black, Janelle Collins, Dot Elder, Ros Escott, Jennifer Goodwin, Gill McMillan and Maria Northcote. The stories recorded in this book represent years and years of research that have been spent tracking down the details of these convicts’ lives. Most of these stories were first shared in October 2012 on the Genies Down Under podcast; a podcast that focuses on family history research with an Australian twist (http://www.geniesdownunder.com.au/). The convicts in this book came from England and Ireland. They are all very different characters with rich lives both in their homelands and in their new home, Australia. There are six male convicts and one female convict featured in the pages of this book. We hope you enjoy our stories.< Less
Convicts Down Under By Maria Northcote et al.
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This book includes the stories of seven different convicts who arrived on Australian soil between 1796 and 1844: Thomas BAGGOTT, Esther SALAMON SPENCER, Patrick MULLALLY, Edward GARRETT, Thomas... More > DAVY, George SHERRIFF and Thomas RILEY. The stories were written by Andrew Black, Janelle Collins, Dot Elder, Ros Escott, Jennifer Goodwin, Gill McMillan and Maria Northcote. The stories recorded in this book represent years and years of research that have been spent tracking down the details of these convicts’ lives. Most of these stories were first shared in October 2012 on the Genies Down Under podcast; a podcast that focuses on family history research with an Australian twist (http://www.geniesdownunder.com.au/). The convicts in this book came from England and Ireland. They are all very different characters with rich lives both in their homelands and in their new home, Australia. There are six male convicts and one female convict featured in the pages of this book. We hope you enjoy our stories.< Less