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LiterARTure, The Book By Mo Needham
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In 2012 the poets of BlueGate Poets and the Artists of Artsite, both in Swindon, collaborated on a project they called LiterARTure. The artists and poets paired off to work together to produce a... More > single piece of work encapsulating poetry and visual art. The results were stunning and are laid out for you here in this beautiful, colour book. Within you will find inspiring words and fabulous images that will feed your soul and delight your eyes. The LiterARTure book is published by BRM Publishing of Wootton Bassett and is self-funded by BRM and the contributors.< Less
Lyric of the wind chime By Michael Brown
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Award winning poet,Professor Michael D. Brown's 7th poetry collection.
Realistic Image's in Writing By Richard Morris
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This book realistic image's in photography, ideas of photographic realism. Is about the interpretation of reality through photography by photographer's. As an artistic realism by photography. It... More > cover's some of the connotative and annotative ideas in the photographer's work and photography. The idea's of reality in photography and how it can change from differing point's of view, by photographer's. In search of a realism with the philosophical realism which guides' photography as well with art aestheticism.< Less
The Writer's Craft: My 13 Steps to Publishing By Christina Reyes
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Want to learn how to write and publish your writing. Let DC Brownlow tell you how to write and publish it in 13 steps. If a Dyslexic can do it, why can't you?
Arabian Nights, vol. 4 By Richard Burton
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The fourth volume of the unexpurgated 16 volume translation of the Arabian Nights by Sir Richard Burton.
50,000,001 Brian W. Fairbanks Readers Can't Be Wrong By Brian W. Fairbanks
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Everybody's reading Brian W. Fairbanks. Everybody in the know, that is. For those still not hip to the world's most happenin' writer, here's a primer for ya: 26 essential pieces, chosen by the man... More > himself, guaranteed to make you the coolest cat in the room. 50,000,001 BRIAN W. FAIRBANKS READERS CAN'T BE WRONG!< Less
50,000,001 Brian W. Fairbanks Readers Can't Be Wrong By Brian W. Fairbanks
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Everybody's reading Brian W. Fairbanks. Everybody in the know, that is. For those still not hip to the world's most happenin' writer, here's a primer for ya: 26 essential pieces, chosen by the man... More > himself, guaranteed to make you the coolest cat in the room. 50,000,001 BRIAN W. FAIRBANKS READERS CAN'T BE WRONG!< Less
The Blithedale Romance By Nathaniel Hawthorne
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The Blithedale Romance is Nathaniel Hawthorne's third major romance. In Hawthorne (1879), Henry James called it "the lightest, the brightest, the liveliest" of Hawthorne's "unhumorous... More > fictions." The Blithedale Romance is the third of the major novels of Nathaniel Hawthorne. Much of the action of the novel is set at Blithedale, a utopian socialist community that is founded upon anti-capitalist ideals, yet is destroyed by the self-interested behavior of its members. The novel takes place in the utopian community of Blithedale, presumably in the mid-1800s. The main character, Miles Coverdale, embarks on a quest for betterment of the world through the agrarian lifestyle and community of the Blithedale Farm. The story begins with Coverdale's chat with a character named Old Moodie, who reappears throughout the story. The legend of the mysterious Veiled Lady is introduced; she is a popular clairvoyant who disappears unannounced from the social scene.< Less
The Monster Opera By Nancy Stohlman
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A writer travels to Mexico City in search of a new story...but the monsters are already waiting for her. The more she writes, the more their whereabouts, as well as their desperation, are revealed.... More > The Monster Opera is a gothic literary noir, a genre-bending novel-meets-libretto that combines recitative with dialogue, aria with prose, and ultimately asks the question: Who owns a story? The Monster Opera is a multi-genre extravaganza and the second flash novel available from Bartleby Snopes Press.< Less
Coagula 103 By Mat Gleason
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A look back at who Dennis Hopper was through the filter of his relationship in and to the LA artworld. Also articles on Robert Williams, Ben Talbert, Lun*nah Menoh and the usual features: Gordy... More > Grundy's GENUFLECT, Alan Bamberger's TURNING PRO, Gerald Locklin's LITERARTURE, Jim Caron's COMICS and Mat Gleason reviews 32 art shows in L.A.< Less