Search Results: 'Lisa J. Steele'

Search

×
×
×
×
3 results for "Lisa J. Steele"
Verse And Steel By RoadHousePress
Paperback: $16.95
Ships in 3-5 business days
The Bikerpoets And Writers Association Anthology Of Biker Poetry VERSE AND STEEL. Edited by K. Peddlar Bridges, Co-Editors M.S. Migneault, Eddie Sorez ~HIGH SPEED POETRY~ Twenty Poets, eleven writers... More > and photographers... Lizzard Smith, Sharpie Sharpensteen, J. Barrett Wolf, Michael Brown, Bill Perreault, Dexter Balyeat Jr., Betsy Lister, Walt Reichner, Bob Touchette Laurence P. Scerri, Blaze Elliot, Martin Jack Rosenblum, Kate Johnson, Lisa Hourigan, Tim Hayes Kenneth Gentleman, Bill Rogers, Jadie Clark, Bob Bryant, Paul Brandis, Bill Davis Marc D. Goldfinger, Don Clady, Lady Pat Dee Migneault, Doug Barber, K. Peddlar Bridges Eddie Sorez, Marysusan Williams Migneault< Less
Town: A City-Dweller's Look at 13th to 15th Century Europe By Cumberland Games
Paperback: $40.00
Ships in 3-5 business days
The author of Fief returns to the middle ages with this new self-contained volume exploring medieval town and city life, from the workings of mercantile guilds to crime & punishment, from the... More > urban church to prostitution, from university life to preparations for war (along with appendices exploring medieval Paris, Venice, and York in more detail). Visit cumberlandgames.com to learn more about this book in its original digital form (PDF sampler available). Researched & written by Lisa J. Steele. Produced & indexed by S. John Ross.< Less
Fief: A Look at Medieval Society from its Lower Rungs By Cumberland Games
Paperback: $35.00
Ships in 3-5 business days
Lisa Steele's sourcebook examining the Middle Ages from the viewpoint of the ordinary farmer, priest and landholder. Enjoy a trip to a world where powerful priests can charge sinners with the death... More > penalty, and where knights gather for illegal combat sports . . . where thieves can thumb their nose at the authorities from within the walls of a church, and where a foraging band of the king's own soldiers is more dangerous than a pack of brigand outlaws. In the midst of all this, ordinary people survived to work the land, weave the cloth, and pray for safety from famine and plague. Visit cumberlandgames.com to learn more about this book in its original digital form (PDF sampler available). Researched & written by Lisa J. Steele. Produced & indexed by S. John Ross.< Less