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Mule By Jessica Thistlethwaite
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I went to Montana imagining adventure. I left with romantic notions that I could reinvent myself from a Northeast city girl into a powerful Western woman, capable of feats of strength and survival... More > in the vast, majestic backcountry. Once there, I encountered a sense of otherness in relation to the land– sometimes I was a visitor or explorer, at other times an alien or invasive species. The story of the mule remains central to my memory of that time. I have frequently told the story as proof of my wild Western adventures. Often, as I reflect on it now, it represents the strangeness and unease of being somewhere I didn’t belong. This book gives the memory tangible form, something you can hold in your hand, turn over, open and explore.< Less
What is a Mule? By Alice Root
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Finally, a simple definition of "Mule."
What is a Mule? By Alice Root
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Finally, a simple definition of "Mule."
The Heroine Mule By David Dunbar
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The prose and poetry of David Michael Dunbar including the theme poem, "The Heroine Mule."
Young Mules By Ronnie Blackwell
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This is the 20th Anniversary of Young Mules, the winner of Salt Work Press' 1985 Search For a New Voice contest.
Young Mules By Ronnie Blackwell
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This is the 20th Anniversary of Young Mules, the winner of Salt Work Press' 1985 Search For a New Voice contest.
The Blue Mule By David Heath
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This is a story of fiction but inspired by the love of trucking and simple rural farm life as it was in the 50s and 60s. A few hours east of Fort Stockton, Texas, Julie saw the sign indicating she... More > was still a long way from San Antonio. Her eyes felt tired. Several miles back, she had nodded off just a second, and it scared her so bad she almost went off the road into a rocky hillside. Second thoughts haunted her mind about the decision she had made to try for the Alamo city tonight. It was now 11:00 PM and the rain hadn’t let up making the road almost impossible to see. She cranked up the heater as the outside temperature dropped considerably colder the further east she traveled. She picked up a Del Rio station on the radio and turned the volume up to keep the cab filled with noise. The country music eased her tired mind as the song play-ing was one of her favorites “yeah,” she thought “that’s me, Julie Dickinson with nothing but eighteen wheels under my seat and miles of highway ahead.”< Less
Mule Ship By Dick Sproul
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Dick and shipmates were cast into an open lifeboat, sailing or drifting for 32 days, running out of food and with only enough water to stay alive. Striving to reach the west coast of Australia, they... More > were hampered by wrong information, faulty flares and confusion. Under the hot Indian Ocean sun, he remained focused, often recalling his Los Angeles childhood before the war. After weeks afloat and putting 12 hundred miles behind them they could not be sure the rescue submarine was friend or foe.< Less
Mule Ship By Dick Sproul
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Dick and shipmates were cast into an open lifeboat, sailing or drifting for 32 days, running out of food and with only enough water to stay alive. Striving to reach the west coast of Australia, they... More > were hampered by wrong information, faulty flares and confusion. Under the hot Indian Ocean sun, he remained focused but sometimes delirious, often recalling his Los Angeles childhood before the war. After weeks afloat and putting 12 hundred miles behind them they could not be sure the rescue submarine was friend or foe.< Less
Mule Ship By Dick Sproul
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Dick and shipmates were cast into an open lifeboat, sailing or drifting for 32 days, running out of food and with only enough water to stay alive. Striving to reach the west coast of Australia, they... More > were hampered by wrong information, faulty flares and confusion. Under the hot Indian Ocean sun, he remained focused, often recalling his Los Angeles childhood before the war. After weeks afloat and putting 12 hundred miles behind them they could not be sure the rescue submarine was friend or foe.< Less