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The Mississippi Rag™ December 2007 By Leslie Johnson
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■ A fascinating look at Duke Ellington's superb singers, including Adelaide Hall, Ivie Anderson, Al Hibbler, Kay Davis and others whose vocals added to the sophisticated swing of the Ellington... More > Orchestra ■ A Must–Read editorial about the RAG's plans for the future. ■ A tribute to Franz Jackson at 95 with an overview of the tenor sax great's remarkable career. ■ A "Ragtime Machine" update on Dennis Pash, mandolinist with Kansas City's Etcetera String Band, who's now living in San Francisco. ■ Wonderful coverage of the Oklahoma Centennial Ragfest, the EarlyJas Festival, Brighton's Swing Jazz Party, Sunnie Sutton's Jazz Party and the Doc Evans Centennial Celebration. ■ A salute to the Hall Brothers Jazz Band and remembrances of banjoist/historian Lowell Schreyer and ragtime icon John Arpin. ■ Perceptive CD reviews and extensive listings of gigs, festivals, and club hotlines< Less
Scripts: Sketches and Tales of Urban Mississippi By C. Liegh McInnis
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Scripts: Sketches and Tales of Urban Mississippi addresses the lingering issues of Afro-Mississippi struggles while contextualizing present-day issues in the frame of history. The opening story,... More > "Transition," is the tale of a family's flight from rural Mississippi to Jackson, Mississippi. The following story, "Poni's Trail," takes the reader to New York City, back to rural Mississippi and finally Jackson, Mississippi. Along the way, you meet engaging characters with anger and confusion. One theme that resonates through the pages is Art. The reader is provided with what art and making art means to the characters. The reader also gets a glimpse of some historical issues, including the explanation and history of the HBCU existence, its failures, and successes. While the short stories are entertaining, they provide a sociological and psychological view of the people of Mississippi.< Less
Scripts: Sketches and Tales of Urban Mississippi By C. Liegh McInnis
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Scripts: Sketches and Tales of Urban Mississippi addresses the lingering issues of Afro-Mississippi struggles while contextualizing present-day issues in the frame of history. The opening story,... More > "Transition," is the tale of a family's flight from rural Mississippi to Jackson, Mississippi. The following story, "Poni's Trail," takes the reader to New York City, back to rural Mississippi and finally Jackson, Mississippi. Along the way, you meet engaging characters with anger and confusion. One theme that resonates through the pages is Art. The reader is provided with what art and making art means to the characters. The reader also gets a glimpse of some historical issues, including the explanation and history of the HBCU existence, its failures, and successes. While the short stories are entertaining, they provide a sociological and psychological view of the people of Mississippi.< Less
The Shadow I Cast By AJ Jackson
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The saga of the notorious AJ Jackson continues in Book Three: The Shadow I Cast. Follow AJ as he incurs the wrath of Mother Nature, Father Time, and Uncle Sam. From the mayhem of Mardi Gras to the... More > eye of Hurricane Katrina to imprisonment at Federal Corrections Facility in Pollack, Louisiana, times haven't gotten any easier for America's Most Wanted criminal.< Less
The Shadow I Cast By AJ Jackson
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The saga of the notorious AJ Jackson continues in Book Three: The Shadow I Cast. Follow AJ as he incurs the wrath of Mother Nature, Father Time, and Uncle Sam. From the mayhem of Mardi Gras to the... More > eye of Hurricane Katrina to imprisonment at Federal Corrections Facility in Pollack, Louisiana, times haven't gotten any easier for America's Most Wanted criminal.< Less
BLOOD TRUST By Walker Jackson
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Emetic horror. Blood Trust, a group of seven cold blooded murderers meet at haunted Chimerical Manor to confess their killing stories. Thus, seven horrifying stories await you; however, when McTrite... More > joins, he tells his. Manor owner and Trust organizer Benson Ballard is also a haunter. "I wish I could write as mysterious as a cat," said Edgar Allan Poe. Since his after-spirit is an honorary member of 'BLOOD TRUST', a brief excerpt taken from his 'The Devil in the Belfry', seems a befitting introduction. When I fly-off on tangents, please forgive me. And, if my images seem beyond belief, accept them as intended, to entertain. Eat your heart out Stephen King. Rave: I'm about half-way through Blood Trust and am enjoying it thoroughly! While I didn't find McTrite as engrossing -- as I'm not much for the genre -- it, too, was well-written. The very idea of Blood Trust is interesting, and you capture the characters well.< Less
BLOOD TRUST By Walker Jackson
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Emetic horror. Blood Trust, a group of seven cold blooded murderers meet at haunted Chimerical Manor to confess their killing stories. Thus, seven horrifying stories await you; however, when McTrite... More > joins, he tells his. Manor owner and Trust organizer Benson Ballard is also a haunter. "I wish I could write as mysterious as a cat," said Edgar Allan Poe. Since his after-spirit is an honorary member of 'BLOOD TRUST', a brief excerpt taken from his 'The Devil in the Belfry', seems a befitting introduction. When I fly-off on tangents, please forgive me. And, if my images seem beyond belief, accept them as intended, to entertain. Eat your heart out Stephen King. Rave: I'm about half-way through Blood Trust and am enjoying it thoroughly! While I didn't find McTrite as engrossing -- as I'm not much for the genre -- it, too, was well-written. The very idea of Blood Trust is interesting, and you capture the characters well.< Less
The Girl in the Polka Dot Dress: New Light on the Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy By Carl Wernerhoff
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The assassination of Senator Robert Kennedy in Los Angeles on June 5, 1968 - which has officially been attributed to a young Palestinian man, Sirhan Sirhan - was one of the most shattering events of... More > that insane year and one of the major turning points in modern American history. In this powerful expose, Carl Wernerhoff reveals that the girl wearing a white and black polka dot dress who was seen with Sirhan shortly before the murder was a young schoolteacher from Jackson, Mississippi - a fanatical racist working for the Ku Klux Klan - named Kathy Ainsworth. She was ’the girl in the polka dot dress’ - the girl the LAPD said never existed.< Less
The Gingerbread Philosophy By Emily Palmer
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When Natalia Everett moved from her hometown of Jackson, Mississippi to bustling New York City, she thought she could finally leave her old life behind. But when her new life begins to unravel and a... More > family tragedy forces her to return to her Southern roots, she discovers the importance of forgiveness and the true meaning of moving on. The Gingerbread Philosophy tells the story of a motivated thirty-something psychiatrist, consumed by work and overwhelmed by her recently broken relationship. But an unusual cab accident, an unwelcome visit from her estranged mother, and the reoccurring presence of an uncanny beggar in a pink suit might just weave themselves together into an unlikely solution to her most pressing problems.< Less
The Gingerbread Philosophy By Emily Palmer
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When Natalia Everett moved from her hometown of Jackson, Mississippi to bustling New York City, she thought she could finally leave her old life behind. But when her new life begins to unravel and a... More > family tragedy forces her to return to her Southern roots, she discovers the importance of forgiveness and the true meaning of moving on. The Gingerbread Philosophy tells the story of a motivated thirty-something psychiatrist, consumed by work and overwhelmed by her recently broken relationship. But an unusual cab accident, an unwelcome visit from her estranged mother, and the reoccurring presence of an uncanny beggar in a pink suit might just weave themselves together into an unlikely solution to her most pressing problems.< Less