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The Honorable Entertainment given to the Queen’s Majesty in Progress, at Elvetham in Hampshire, by the Right Honorable, the Earl of Hertford. By John Wolfe, Jeremy Clos
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In 1591, the Earl of Hertford hosted Queen Elizabeth I during a stop on her annual progress. This work, originally published by John Wolfe in 1591, is a primary source document which recounts the... More > details of that visit to Hampshire, including the preparations, foods served, and entertainments presented. This new edition has been standardized and annotated by Jeremy David Clos.< Less
The Many Crossroads By Alexander Warnolf
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A young Swedish couple takes a road trip in the United States at the height of the presidential primaries. The result is an affectionate and distinctly Scandinavian inquiry into stump speeches,... More > megachurches and Mardi Gras. It is also a rumination on love, marriage, and the maps in between.< Less
The Many Crossroads By Alexander Warnolf
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A young Swedish couple takes a road trip in the United States at the height of the presidential primaries. The result is an affectionate and distinctly Scandinavian inquiry into stump speeches,... More > megachurches and Mardi Gras. It is also a rumination on love, marriage, and the maps in between.< Less
Sheep Football and Other Strange Tales from Rural America By Eric Pinder
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Imagine a place where moose outnumber people, where bears chase cyclists down mountains, where the Milky Way shines brightly in the sky and the nearest traffic light is an hour’s drive away. In... More > this collection of stories and essays (and a few poems) author Eric Pinder celebrates America’s rural way of life. In “Signs of the Times,” governors, senators, and presidents grovel at the feet of farmers, mill workers, and Wal-Mart clerks during the New Hampshire Primary. Are sheep the stupidest of the mammals? Are border collies the smartest? Morning chores on the farm become a battle of brawn versus brain in “Sheep Football.” A young park ranger gets paid to tolerate tourists and execute bears. He’d rather just go hiking. In “An Eye for Detail,” he stomps into the wilderness in search of job satisfaction. Enjoy these tales and two dozen more in a book that journeys from the vanishing family farm to the windswept summit of Mount Washington to the cold beaches of Maine.< Less
Sheep Football and Other Strange Tales from Rural America By Eric Pinder
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Imagine a place where moose outnumber people, where bears chase cyclists down mountains, where the Milky Way shines brightly in the sky and the nearest traffic light is an hour’s drive away. In... More > this collection of stories and essays (and a few poems) author Eric Pinder celebrates America’s rural way of life. In “Signs of the Times,” governors, senators, and presidents grovel at the feet of farmers, mill workers, and Wal-Mart clerks during the New Hampshire Primary. Are sheep the stupidest of the mammals? Are border collies the smartest? Morning chores on the farm become a battle of brawn versus brain in “Sheep Football.” A young park ranger gets paid to tolerate tourists and execute bears. He’d rather just go hiking. In “An Eye for Detail,” he stomps into the wilderness in search of job satisfaction. Enjoy these tales and two dozen more in a book that journeys from the vanishing family farm to the windswept summit of Mount Washington to the cold beaches of Maine.< Less
And Violet Too By Maria Motch
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A GRANDMOTHER’S LOVE STORY FOR A GRANDAUGHTER. Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, an orphaned baby boomer in speeding society, grandmother Maria Motch committed to detailing, for budding and... More > blooming Violet, the infant’s first year. While traveling and from homes in Kauai, California and Oregon to Seattle, across the great plains to Cincinnati, New Orleans, a camp in Maine, a Boston tea party, Cape Cod farmhouse in New Hampshire, Stanford White Summer Cottage in Rhode Island and a Brooklyn brownstone with movie stars, poetic prose paints a primary source canvas of deep devotion to family and a new unique life. A love song across the ages, a written valentine, Alzheimer’s “mice eating my brain”, AND VIOLET TOO is a legacy of hope, a lullaby on an oasis “for a respite” against the battle of time. New birth, beyond our ability to grasp is cherished, by an artist, and a seeker, reporting back.< Less