Search Results: 'Jean Warren'

Search

×
×
×
×
8 results for "Jean Warren"
TO THE BRINK OF MADNESS By JEAN M. WARREN
Paperback: $15.99
Ships in 3-5 business days
(2 Ratings)
Only the ruins remain of what used to be an elite, all girls boarding school. In the early 1940’s, Gina, an orphaned child is enrolled in the school by a social worker. When escorted by a... More > nursemaid to the dormitory, Gina is introduced to the girls, (ages 8-13). The nursemaid informs that Gina is an orphan. From that moment, Gina is destined to endure merciless abuse from the girls. The never-ending oppressions persist and Gina, now in her third year feels she would go mad when she is falsely accused of causing a serious accident. An inquest is scheduled and all pandemonium breaks loose. Gina is then placed in a foster home and hopes it would be a haven. Months of contentment crumbles when a fate is besieged upon her that is beyond reproach. Gina graduates from high school. Soon after, she flees from her foster home. Her pillow of gallant courage, infinite hope and perseverance demonstrated conclusive elements in her life to survive.< Less
In the Heart Of Showbiz - Vol. 2 By Warren Allen Smith
eBook (PDF): $6.99
Download immediately.
Collection of letters and other memorabilia from Arthur C. Clarke, Paul Kurtz and others that Warren Allen Smith has collected over the years.
In the Heart Of Showbiz - Vol. 2 By Warren Allen Smith
Paperback: $40.00
Ships in 3-5 business days
Collection of letters and other memorabilia from Arthur C. Clarke, Paul Kurtz and others that Warren Allen Smith has collected over the years.
Strange Mysteries By Jean Goldstrom
Paperback: $14.75
Ships in 3-5 business days
(3 Ratings)
This collection of "Strange Mysteries" is the largest book Whortleberry Press has ever had the pleasure of presenting to readers, with 275 pages chock full of strangeness and also of... More > mystery! Detectives, murders, science fiction, fantasy, mainstream -- whatever your favorite short-story style, you'll find it among this book's 26 selections. You'll find strangely mysterious stories by these authors: Michael H. Hanson, Jonathan H. Roberts, Jeff Parish,l James Hartley, Wayne Scheer, Julian Merrill, Rob Rosen, Barry Hunter, Kyle Hemmings, Bob Loughran, Warren Bull, Arthur Sanchez, Dennis Goldberg, Keigh G. Laufenberg, Tony Thorne MBE, Gary A. Markette, Jeffery Scott Sims, Glen Batchelor, Ralph Gredo Jr., Lucas Pederson, K. Curran Mayer, Jack Hillman, Jack Owen, Jan Christensen and Tom Sheehan. STRANGE MYSTERIES is indeed strange, it's mysterious, it's a fun collection -- enjoy!< Less
Traveling Conversations By Floy Zittin, Elaine Frenett, Jean Warren
Paperback: $15.00
Ships in 3-5 business days
When three friends, who are also professional artists, were separated by family moves they decided to keep in contact by exchanging small paintings. This book is a collection of watercolor paintings... More > they sent to each other in a sketchbook journal which follows them from 2005 to 2010.< Less
Whortleberry Summer By Edited by Jean M. Goldstrom
Paperback: $15.95
Ships in 3-5 business days
(2 Ratings)
Welcome to A Whortleberry Summer! Summer is a good time for a vacation, and this Whortleberry Summer brings you no less than 19 different vacations -- each one written for you by one of our top... More > Whortleberry Press writers. They are: M. Frank Darbe, Kelly A. Harmon, Lucas Pederson, Richard Thieme, Barry R. Hunter, Richard Pitaniello, Gary Beck, Adrienne Ray, Sean McCabe, Arthur Sanchez, Kristi Stokes, Tony Thorne MBE, Michael Warren, Jean Goldstrom, Michael Hanson, William LaFleur, Jamie K. Schmidt, Steven Ford and Ahmed A. Khan.< Less
Párrafo Magazine No.6 (2014): The Los Angeles Issue By Párrafo Magazine
eBook (PDF): $7.99
Download immediately.
Párrafo Magazine is the trilingual creative magazine run by the graduate students of the UCLA Department of Spanish and Portuguese. Edited by Rafael Ramírez Mendoza, this issue of... More > Párrafo is dedicated to the city of Los Angeles. Párrafo No. 6 includes texts by Deborah Aguilar Escalante, Sesshu Foster, Alberto Fuguet, Pere Gimferrer, Vinicius Jatobá, Román Luján, Nylsa Martínez, José Luiz Passos, Anthony Seidman, Vickie Vértiz, and Maite Zubiaurre. The Los Angeles Issue also features photos and artwork by Ryan Allan, Daniel González, Jean-Paul deGuzman, Mario de la Iglesia, Román Luján, Vinícius Praxedes, Johnny Taylor, Noah “Kast” Teran, and Elizabeth Warren.< Less
Evergreen Review - Number 11 By Various
eBook (PDF): $2.95
Download immediately.
Contents: William S. Burroughs – Deposition: Testimony Concerning a Sickness Pierre Reverdy – Six Poems Dore Ashton: Mark Tobey Jack Kerouac – Conclusion of the Railroad Earth... More > Antonin Artaud – Letters from Rodez Philip O'Connor – From Steiner's Tour Allen Ginsberg – Sather Gate Illuminution Philip Lamantia – Still Poem 9 Irene Grey – Dangerous Passage Terry Southern – Red-Dirt Marihuana Siné – Self Determination in Life Robert Duncan – A Poem Beginning with a Line by Pindar Jean-Paul Sartre – The Theater (An Interview) Warren Tallman – Kerouac's Sound Nat Hentoff – Who Else Can Make So Much out of Passing Out? Seymour Krim – A Hungry Mental Lion Horace Gregory – A Portrait of the Irish as James Joyce New York Herald Tribune Editorial – Lady Chatterley Embattled Again< Less