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The City/Country Poet's Guide to Perry, New York: Small Towns Are Not So Small By T. F. Rice
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Any “city” or “country” town offers both peace and fun. It is our CHOICE to look for them... Times can be tough, and filled with the pull of responsibility, but there are... More > always ways to escape. Some of them are “udderly” free, such as watching clouds in day, stars in night. Do you ever take the time? Do you want to? These are questions I must constantly ask myself. Small towns are misleading on the surface, seeming slow and monotonous, even to those who live in them. With this book, I give you my town: reduced to stories, snippets, poems, projects, ideas, photos, articles, even a few of my “askings”. As you begin to enrich your experience of any town, remember: you create the quality of your life, daily, by the choices you make! Parts of this book are blank. Use these areas for journaling or add personal mementos. You will find that most of (y)our actions breathe meaning; you possess some area of creativity! Peace and fun are near...< Less
A Stone Unturned By Notebook Poets
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The Notebook Poets are a group of New Jersey and New York based poets whose individual voices echo life's journeys.
A Stone Unturned By Notebook Poets
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The Notebook Poets are a group of New Jersey and New York based poets whose individual voices echo life's journeys.
Eternal Glimpses: A Poet's Legacy By Richard Davi, Lorna M. Davi
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An autobiographical collaboration of subsequent journal entries of a poet delves behind the scenes of solitary tedium and introspection when a spark catches between the heart and brain and transforms... More > into a pulsing literary song on the printed page. Based in Brooklyn, New York in the twentieth century, the written word comes alive through a city dweller that gives his life for his art in the all-too-often darkness of poverty and the clash with social expectations. While a friendly narrative of a life story threads into a likeable character, the poetic expressions, observations, and essays surpass politics, social issues of the day, and religion and exposes the richness of beauty and the limitations of being human. Melancholic in tone, the writing dares to challenge the astute reader to explore the deeper and unspoken aspects of the human condition.< Less
WCC's Aeneid of Virgil By WexYork
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The origins of WexYork Compact Classics lie in foundation humanities courses offered by an American university back in days when at least some acquaintance with the great literature of the past was... More > thought important for a rounded education. WexYork Compact Classics are not adaptations or re-workings, just shortened translations with enough explanatory material to make them accessible and enjoyable in themselves and as stepping stones towards their great originals. Revered In the Middle Ages as a prophet, even as a wizard, no poet of the pagan classical past influenced us more profoundly than did Virgil. The WCC Virgil's Aeneid is an epic of imperial destiny. Its first part, modelled closely on Homer’s Odyssey, describes its hero Aeneas’s voyaging from burning Troy to the mouth of the Tiber. Its second half, modelled on Homer’s Iliad deals with the war he then had to wage before founding a new city destined one day to become Rome. NOTE: printed versions of WCC texts carry extensive footnotes< Less
WCC's Aeneid of Virgil By WexYork
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The origins of WexYork Compact Classics lie in foundation humanities courses offered by an American university back in days when at least some acquaintance with the great literature of the past was... More > thought important for a rounded education. WexYork Compact Classics are not adaptations or re-workings, just shortened translations with enough explanatory material to make them accessible and enjoyable in themselves and as stepping stones towards their great originals. Revered In the Middle Ages as a prophet, even as a wizard, no poet of the pagan classical past influenced us more profoundly than did Virgil. The WCC Virgil's Aeneid is an epic of imperial destiny. Its first part, modelled closely on Homer’s Odyssey, describes its hero Aeneas’s voyaging from burning Troy to the mouth of the Tiber. Its second half, modelled on Homer’s Iliad deals with the war he then had to wage before founding a new city destined one day to become Rome. NOTE: printed versions of WCC texts carry extensive footnotes< Less
The Rutherford Red Wheelbarrow By The Red Wheelbarrow Poets
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In 1909, William Carlos Williams published his first book of poetry in Rutherford, NJ and started the modernist revolution. In 2009, that tradition is continued by the release of the second... More > Rutherford Red Wheelbarrow, a literary journal featuring the best of New Jersey and New York poets. There's an unpublished poem by Williams, several essays on the poet, and rare items from the Rutherford Public Library's Williams Collection.< Less
The Rutherford Red Wheelbarrow By The Red Wheelbarrow Poets
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In 1909, William Carlos Williams published his first book of poetry in Rutherford, NJ and started the modernist revolution. In 2009, that tradition is continued by the release of the second... More > Rutherford Red Wheelbarrow, a literary journal featuring the best of New Jersey and New York poets. There's an unpublished poem by Williams, several essays on the poet, and rare items from the Rutherford Public Library's Williams Collection.< Less
The Rutherford Red Wheelbarrow No. 4 2011 By Red Wheelbarrow Poets
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Each year the Red Wheelbarrow Poets cast a wide net to find the best poetry and prose from writers of the Rutherford Revival and guest poets from New York City and elsewhere that travel to Rutherford... More > to share their creativity. This year's anthology publishes thirty writers' astonishing poetry and their reflections on the work of Dr. Williams, who put Rutherford on the poetry map a century ago. "No ideas but in things," Williams' famous dictum, is this year's theme!< Less
The Rutherford Red Wheelbarrow No. 4 2011 By Red Wheelbarrow Poets
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Each year the Red Wheelbarrow Poets cast a wide net to find the best poetry and prose from writers of the Rutherford Revival and guest poets from New York City and elsewhere that travel to Rutherford... More > to share their creativity. This year's anthology publishes thirty writers' astonishing poetry and their reflections on the work of Dr. Williams, who put Rutherford on the poetry map a century ago. "No ideas but in things," Williams' famous dictum, is this year's theme!< Less