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Fever Dream By Barrett Newsom
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A man struggling with depression and troubled by vivid dreams travels back to his home town in hopes of finding himself and repairing the relationship with his son.
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A man struggling with depression and troubled by vivid dreams travels back to his home town in hopes of finding himself and repairing the relationship with his son.
Fever Dreams By Yahia Lababidi
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Fever Dreams is a collection of poetry by Yahia Lababidi, with illustrations by John Tillson. Yahia Lababidi is a Pushcart-nominated poet, aphorist and essayist with work appearing in such... More > publications as AGNI, Harper's, Rain Taxi, New Internationalist, and Philosophy Now. His work has also appeared in several anthologies, such as Geary’s Guide to the World's Great Aphorists, where he is the only contemporary Arab poet featured, and the best-selling US college textbook, Literature: An Introduction to Reading and Writing. To date, Lababidi’s writing has been translated into Arabic, Slovak, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, and Turkish. He was recently chosen as a Juror for the 2012 Neustadt International Prize for Literature. Lababidi’s first book Signposts to Elsewhere (Jane Street Press) was selected as a 2008 Book of the Year by The Independent, UK. His next book was a critically-acclaimed collection of twenty-one literary and cultural essays, Trial by Ink: From Nietzsche to Belly-dancing (Common Ground).< Less
Fever Dreams By Yahia Lababidi
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Fever Dreams is a collection of poetry by Yahia Lababidi, with illustrations by John Tillson. Yahia Lababidi is a Pushcart-nominated poet, aphorist and essayist with work appearing in such... More > publications as AGNI, Harper's, Rain Taxi, New Internationalist, and Philosophy Now. His work has also appeared in several anthologies, such as Geary’s Guide to the World's Great Aphorists, where he is the only contemporary Arab poet featured, and the best-selling US college textbook, Literature: An Introduction to Reading and Writing. To date, Lababidi’s writing has been translated into Arabic, Slovak, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Turkish and Spanish. He was chosen as a Juror for the 2012 Neustadt International Prize for Literature. Lababidi’s first book Signposts to Elsewhere (Jane Street Press) was selected as a 2008 Book of the Year by The Independent, UK. His next book was a critically-acclaimed collection of twenty-one literary and cultural essays, Trial by Ink: From Nietzsche to Belly-dancing (Common Ground).< Less
Fever Dreams By Austin Uhler
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Extraordinary narratives of schadenfreude, putrefaction, necrophilia and late capitalism in Costa Rica.
Fever Dreams By Lynsey Moon
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Second book of prose, poetry and short stories by Lynsey Moon, featuring contributions by guest authors.
Fever Dreams from the Flesh By Carson Selman
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'Fever Dreams from the Flesh' is a collection of short stories that pushes its characters beyond their natural boundaries and morals, creating a world of actions that you'd only hope to see in a... More > delusion. Sweet dreams...< Less
Fever Dreams of a Young Romantic By William L. Wright, Jr
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The dream took place between the years 1912 and 1923. A strange woman who bore a resemblance to an unhealthy obsession of mine was standing in the middle of an empty field. The sky was dark and... More > overcast, and the only object that could be seen for miles was an old rickety Model- T truck. The woman in this dream had beautiful jet black hair, glistening dark brown eyes, and smooth olive skin. I approached her slowly with anxiousness billowing from my stomach. The first words that fled from her lips, as tears streamed down her cheeks were: "Take me with you wherever you go" and from that point I sprung awake and began to write. The poem i began to write was an act of desperation, an attempt at turning back time and reliving a tender moment in some small patch of nowhere. The poems and stories in this collection are further attempts at reverting back to my dreams. This is all but a desperate retelling of fever dreams.< Less
Cabin Fever By Jason Shugart
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jo's mother has been terminal for a while. after thinking about her last days and one last birthday wish,she wants to live them,both, in the famly cabin-right near the water's edge. soon, upon... More > arrival at their lake side house during an early winter,things became real,real fast. jo doted over his mother's every cough,every moan,every demand. he started to become stretched too thin;when he called for help. but when help arrived, he wasnt sure if it had been a dream or it had really happened . . .< Less
Taming April, Cowboy Fever Series, Book 4 By Karen Wiesner
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Return to cowboy country in Fever, Texas, where the heat isn't the only thing causing a fever! See if you can find the heirloom wedding band! Shawn Jacobs is the ultimate ladies’ man. But as... More > his best friends find the women of their dreams and get hitched one by one, he wonders what he’s missing. When a classmate of Shawn’s shows up in treacherous high heels and designer clothing, asking Shawn to train her father’s horse, Shawn quickly becomes annoyed with the beautiful, snotty, green-eyed blond. April St. Clair is the daughter of a hard-working ranch hand who never had enough money to buy her a dress, let alone move out of the filthy hovel they’d lived in together after her mother’s death. Now she’s a high-powered lawyer and barely recognizable as the same filly. Shawn knows it isn’t just the wild horse that needs to be tamed. April resists him at every turn. Is Miss All-That immune to cowboy fever?< Less