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Forward Going Backward & Thus Is Life By Seth Foust
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Ian is alone and trapped in a dark depression. He struggles to find his purpose but is lacking motivation. When he falls for his next-door neighbor, Ian becomes even more ashamed of his character. A... More > sudden strange encounter with an unsettling old woman then throws Ian's life into disarray and leaves him feeling threatened. Ian realizes that he must confront his own unhappiness as well as the inner darkness of the person he loves the most to discover his true significance. Additional story: "Thus Is Life" is the tale of one individual's journey to hope.< Less
Clapp's Mill: The Battle on Foust's Plantation By Stewart Dunaway, Jeffery Bright
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Commonly known as the Battle at Clapp's Mill, this book provides the most comprehensive review of this battle in the Southern Campaign of the American Revolution. This book will review three possible... More > battle-sites, and resolve the dispute over which is the correct location. We believe this battle occurred on Foust's plantation, thereby answering numerous questions and solving many mysteries. Regardless of location, this book provides the most accurate review of the battle, as well as the events leading up to it, and the second skirmish afterwards (prior to Weitzel's Mill). Using primary references, these authors have uncovered new information, neatly presented to the reader, illustrated with many maps, drawings, images, charts, etc. This is the single best book on this battle, ever published to date.< Less
Greedy Greg and the Fish Army By Meaghan Gerringer, Anthony Foust
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by Meaghan Gerringer Illustrated by Anthony Foust | Genre: Children's Books | Description: A story written by Meaghan Gerringer and illustrated by Anthony Foust who are two second grade... More > students. Synopsis: Greedy Greg has discovered that there is a buried treasure in a castle below the sea. Unknown to Greg, there is an army of fish led by a mermaid named Myshell and her father King Puffer Fish who aren't going to make getting the treasure easy for Greg. Can the Fish Army stop Greg before he can get the gold?< Less
Greedy Greg and the Fish Army By Meaghan Gerringer, Anthony Foust
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by Meaghan Gerringer Illustrated by Anthony Foust | Genre: Children's Books | Paperback: Description: A story written by Meaghan Gerringer and illustrated by Anthony Foust who are two second grade... More > students. Synopsis: Greedy Greg has discovered that there is a buried treasure in a castle below the sea. Unknown to Greg, there is an army of fish led by a mermaid named Myshell and her father King Puffer Fish who aren't going to make getting the treasure easy for Greg. Can the Fish Army stop Greg before he can get the gold?< Less
From the Green Meadow: the Families of Clarence W. and Mellye F. Barr By Harold W. Barr
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A family history of ancestors and descendants of the husband and wife Clarence and Mellye Barr, this book provides a rich tapestry of their lives, information on family relationships, and perspective... More > on twentieth-century American history. Both raised in northeast Tennessee in the late nineteenth century, the couple married and began a family in California during the 1920s. Despite the expectation of remaining on the west coast, they moved back to Tennessee and became the patriarch and matriarch of the farm Mellye inherited from her parents. Containing autobiography, correspondence during war time, and a rich array of stories from the author's perspective, this volume is a unique offering for people connected to the Barr-Foust family, genealogists, and readers of memoir.< Less
Wrong Tree Review, volume 1, issue 1 By Wrong Tree Press
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First issue of the independent literary magazine, Wrong Tree Review, featuring short stories, flash fiction and excerpts from today's best up-and-coming, cutting-edge writers. This issue features... More > an interview with Joey Goebel, author of Commonwealth and Torture the Artist, as well as fiction from Rusty Barnes, Matt Bell, Mel Bosworth, K.L. Cook, David Erlewine, Foust, Roxane Gay, John Oliver Hodges, Stephen Graham Jones, Kilean Kennedy, Sean Lovelace, Cami Park, Ethel Rohan, J.A. Tyler, Charles Dodd White and xTx. Cover art by Dalibor Pehar.< Less
Wrong Tree Review, volume 1, issue 1 By Wrong Tree Press
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First issue of the independent literary magazine, Wrong Tree Review, featuring short stories, flash fiction and excerpts from today's best up-and-coming, cutting-edge writers. This issue features... More > an interview with Joey Goebel, author of Commonwealth and Torture the Artist, as well as fiction from Rusty Barnes, Matt Bell, Mel Bosworth, K.L. Cook, David Erlewine, Foust, Roxane Gay, John Oliver Hodges, Stephen Graham Jones, Kilean Kennedy, Sean Lovelace, Cami Park, Ethel Rohan, J.A. Tyler, Charles Dodd White and xTx. Cover art by Dalibor Pehar.< Less
East Meets Midwest By Timothy King
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East Meets Midwest, New Visions of Figurative Painting. (An Exhibition proposal catalog). This painting survey brings forward two groups of artists united by a visual sensibility and an... More > enthusiasm for traditions of painting. To these two contemporary groups of artists, “tradition” is never a limit nor a restraint, but liberation–a constant source of renewal. The Eastern group of painters: Don Beal, Simon Carr, Henry Finkelstein, John Goodrich, Al Kresch, Mark LaRiviere, Stanley Lewis, Ying Li, Ruth Miller, Thaddeus Radell. The Midwest Paint Group: Bob Brock, Glen Cebulash, William Foust, Philip Hale, Timothy King, Barbara Lea, Jeremy Long, Michael Neary, Ron Weaver, Megan Williamson. Exhibition venues: The Beverly Art Center, Chicago, IL, May 2010. Westbeth Gallery, New York, NY, Sept. 11- Oct. 3, 2010.< Less
Rogue Journal of Undergraduate Research, Issue 1 By Kyle Pate
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The Rogue Journal is Oregon's archive for scholarly research. This peer and faculty reviewed journal highlights exceptional work by students and briefly exposes them to the expectations of... More > graduate-level research. Within its first issue you will find: The Promise of the Internet: Boon or Boondoggle? By Wendy Temple – Southern Oregon University A Closer Look at the Early Detection and Prevention of School Shootings By Shelley-Ann Hincks – Southern Oregon University Eye Am Watching You: CCTV - The Metal Ring of Hope By Jason Getty - Southern Oregon University Twenty-First Century Alice By Timothy Hill – Southern Oregon University The Significance of Porn and its Effect on Committed Relationships with a Focus on Heterosexual Couples and the Female Counterpart By Amy R. Foust - Southern Oregon University Collection edited by Kyle Kahlil Pate, Preston Price, Catherine Bernards, and Jane Silva. Sponsored by ASSOU, the Hannon Library, and Southern Oregon Unviersity.< Less
The Figure Exhibition Proposal 2nd Edition By Timothy King
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A proposal for "The Figure" an exhibition of the human figure in painting and drawing organized by the Midwest Paint Group and the Leedy-Voulkos Art Center. The Human Figure continues to be... More > the measure. Not only does it continue to be the measure of an artist’s ability to see and respond to relationships, but continues to be the measure of where we are as a culture, as a generation of artists and aesthetic thinkers. Through the ages, as its great caryatid, the Human Figure has carried art, shouldering the bulk of aesthetic expression. This exhibition, The Human Figure by the Midwest Paint Group and associates, is a reflection of the Figure surfacing once again as a measure, a celebration and a small window into who we are; of where we are. Artists: Bob Brock, Glen Cebulash, William Foust, Philip Hale, Timothy King, Jeremy Long, Michael Neary, Ron Weaver, Megan Williamson, Lester Goldman, Wilbur Niewald, Stanley Lewis, George Rose, Troy Swangstu, Michael Walling.< Less