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A Familiar Street By Henrietta Bollinger
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A familiar street is a collection of poems from the last two years. It is a personal story of place, of holding space and a conversation with those I hold dear. It is constructed as a journey from... More > home into the world and back again. The poems are written primarily in English . However it makes nods towards the beautiful languages Te Reo Maori, the native language of Aotearoa New Zealand and to German the language of my grandmother to whom it is dedicated.< Less
Something Familiar By S.N. Arly
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Brigitte is a teen witch who is desperately ready to find her familiar. Jacque was an internationally-known teen model, but he's spent the last four months living as a stray cat on the streets of... More > Paris. What could possibly happen when these two cross paths?< Less
Something Familiar By S.N. Arly
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Brigitte is a teen witch who is desperately ready to find her familiar. Jacque is an internationally-known teen model, who has spent the last four months living as a stray cat on the streets of... More > Paris. What could possibly happen when these two cross paths? It’s a touch of mystery, a little bit of chaos, and a whole lot of magic.< Less
The Corner of Harley Street Being Some Familiar Correspondence of Peter Harding, M.D. By H. H. (Henry Howarth), Sir Bashford
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Winter Street Studio Paintings By Stephen Starr
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With the textural surface and atmospheric depth of the work, Starr works to invoke the sensuality of the emotion into an environment of the known and, perhaps, a bit of the unknown as well. The... More > aesthetic and emotive qualities he depicts in his paintings, the atmosphere, if you will, relate to the familiarity of the unseen. The unknown places explored in the work become, in a sense, mindscapes that lack any discernible imagery but rather emphasize illusory qualities that merely reference the tangible. Starr’s use of light, depth and the intricate layers of space he portrays, ultimately, render his own inherent need and desire to embrace his artistry. The completed work reflects the tangible path of the artist’s process, his exploration, and his objectified thought. Thus, the subject of Starr’s work may be found in the painterly process which serves as a vehicle for unfolding the path of his artistry and psyche.< Less
The Morrow Family of Newgate Street, 1939 By Molly Cutpurse
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The last year of a lower class London family and friends living and working in Newgate Street before war engulfs them. There are funerals, affairs, deception, violence, and even a murder. And to... More > those familiar with the Miriam series, there is a surprising visitor. A novel with domineering mothers, obsessions with famous trials and hangings and frustration that the little corporal from Germany was going to take over their lives. Yet amongst the anger and heartache of their everyday existence, many of their frustrations arrive from realising that they are subject to an unknowable future…< Less
Firearms Safety, Marksmanship and Street Survival By Michael Jaquish
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What does it take to survive a gunfight? Shooting skills, familiarity with your weapon and mental preparation form the basic components of the survival formula. The author has spent thirty years... More > showing police officers, private security guards, bounty hunters, armored truck personnel and the military how to punch holes in the center of the target. More importantly, he has shown them how to be the last one standing when the smoke clears. Each chapter has a quiz and there is a final exam at the end of the book to aid readers in retaining the material. Whether you are a student or instructor looking for a comprehensive textbook for firearms training or a citizen seeking to fill your toolbox with all the skills you need to shoot well and survive in a dangerous world, this is the book for you.< Less
Firearms Safety, Marksmanship and Street Survival By Michael Jaquish
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What does it take to survive a gunfight? Shooting skills, familiarity with your weapon and mental preparation form the basic components of the survival formula. The author has spent thirty years... More > showing police officers, private security guards, bounty hunters, armored truck personnel and the military how to punch holes in the center of the target. More importantly, he has shown them how to be the last one standing when the smoke clears. Each chapter has a quiz and there is a final exam at the end of the book to aid readers in retaining the material. Whether you are a student or instructor looking for a comprehensive textbook for firearms training or a citizen seeking to fill your toolbox with all the skills you need to shoot well and survive in a dangerous world, this is the book for you.< Less
Street Photography 1000 Portraits of Strangers in 10 hours By Meng Foo Choo
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Roam the Street in Little India, Singapore, to document people through their portraits. 1000 portraits were photographed in 10 hours. How did the photographer do it. The secret is revealed in this... More > well documented book. The idea arose from the take a portrait project to thank migrant workers who have contributed to creating the cityscape of Singapore. By scrutinizing these portraits, perhaps we learn something about them and becomes familiar with their features. In so doing, perhaps we can begin to reflect and understand their plight which are no different from any other human being – the search for a better life.< Less
And to Think That He Kissed Him on Lorimer Street By Richard Grayson
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"The dynamic Brooklyn cityscape serves as the backdrop in this beguiling collection of short stories. Grayson’s tenth volume of fiction introduces a multicultural multitude of characters,... More > including a teen lesbian from Uzbekistan who works as a Brooklyn Cyclones hot-dog mascot and a gay black student whose Pakistani roommate’s pet monkey helps him find acceptance on a mildly homophobic campus. In other stories, like 'Branch Libraries of Southeastern Brooklyn' and 'The Lost Movie Theaters of Southeastern Brooklyn and Rockaway Beach,' the author maps out memories against the geography of his beloved Brooklyn, with excursions to Los Angeles and South Florida. Grayson’s low-key, conversational prose is injected with flashes of wry wit...A funny, odd, somehow familiar and fully convincing fictional world." - Kirkus Discoveries, 4/13/06< Less

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