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Lettuce By Tom Comitta
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From "First Thought Worst Thought: Collected Books 2011-2014" by Tom Comitta. Published by Gauss PDF in 2015.
THE DAY DUDDLEY JUMPED INTO MONTEREY BAY By Lettuce Loveday
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This book is about Henry jumping into Monterey Bay and interacting with all the monsters on the way down to the bottom. He wakes up and realizes that he has been dreaming so goes off to the Monterey... More > Bay Aquarium to check out all his friends.< Less
Bacon, Lettuce and Tomorrow By Terran Boylan
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Bacon, Lettuce and Tomorrow is a colorful collection of original posters, collages and experimental art pieces. The 100 images contained within this volume might be best seen as artifacts collected... More > during an anthropological expedition to a parallel universe, and all are well-suited for decorating your dorm room or cubicle.< Less
Bacon, Lettuce and Tomorrow By Terran Boylan
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Bacon, Lettuce and Tomorrow is a colorful collection of original posters, collages and experimental art pieces. The 100 images contained within this volume might be best seen as artifacts collected... More > during an anthropological expedition to a parallel universe, and all are well-suited for decorating your dorm room or cubicle.< Less
Lettuce from Shangars By Tom Law
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Lettuce from Shangars is a short collection of oblique and ribald poems from the illusive but sweeping hand of author Tom Law. He shows some depth in piercing below the rubbery epidermis of this... More > vibrant new city (Shanghai) and the people within as well as those of its hinterland. He shows little respect for what he sees as an outmoded and anachronistic central government. Once dipping its hands in blood it now dips into the profits of a resurgent and expanding super-economy. What monumental changes are just around the corner? Author of "Nuclear Islam and Other Stories" LONGERSHIP PUBLISHING AUSTRALIA< Less
Blue Lettuce Freeway By Eric Suhem
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A kitchen appliance that frames its owner for crimes. A cat that sells classified documents at the right price. Penguins in conflict with the idle rich. All this and more in a surreal collection of... More > micro fiction and photography.< Less
How to Live in a Wet Lettuce By Nadia Williams
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Have you ever wondered how to become a crazy cat lady, how to freak out your kids, what it feels like to wear God's sunglasses? Wonder no more. A guide also for those moving to Ireland, showing how... More > to navigate such horrors as saying "hello".< Less
How to Live in a Wet Lettuce By Nadia Williams
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Have you ever wondered how to become a crazy cat lady, how to freak out your kids, what it feels like to wear God's sunglasses? Wonder no more. A guide also for those moving to Ireland, showing how... More > to navigate such horrors as saying "hello".< Less
Shards o' hippo lettuce By Sheridan J Twagthorn
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A true record of what it was really like to live the hippie dream and see it collapse into the nightmare hostility of 1970s Britain when the effects of the acid finally wore off. As told through the... More > intense and decidedly weird letters of young friends struggling to face up to an unwanted and unwelcome reality.< Less
A Crash Course On How to Grow Lettuce By Teresa Baker
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A Crash Course on How to Grow Lettuce Lettuce (Lactuca sativa) is an annual plant of the aster or sunflower family Asteraceae. It is most often grown as a leaf vegetable, but sometimes for its stem... More > and seeds. Lettuce was first cultivated by the ancient Egyptians who turned it from a weed, whose seeds were used to produce oil, into a plant grown for its leaves. Lettuce spread to the Greeks and Romans, the latter of whom gave it the name "lactuca", from which the English "lettuce" is ultimately derived. By 50 AD, multiple types were described, and lettuce appeared often in medieval writings, including several herbals. The 16th through 18th centuries saw the development of many varieties in Europe, and by the mid-18th century cultivars were described that can still be found in gardens. This book covers several topics including: - Nutrition Information - Climate & Growing Conditions - How to Prepare the Garden Soil - How to Plant - How to Water and much more!< Less