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Otoliths issue forty-one, part one By Mark Young (editor)
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Part one, the b&w part of Otoliths issue forty-one, contains work from Pam Brown, Philip Byron Oakes, Travis Cebula, Charles Borkhuis, Daniel Y. Harris, Jack Galmitz, Michael Allen, Raymond Farr,... More > Jennifer MacBain-Stephens, Texas Fontanella, Jane Joritz-Nakagawa, Pete Spence, AG Davis, Sanjeev Sethi, Niloofar Fanaiyan, Tomás Sánchez Hidalgo, Andrew Brenza, John M. Bennett, Tim Suermondt, Scott MacLeod, John W. Sexton, Andrew Topel, Lakey Comess, Louise Landes Levi, Richard Kostelanetz, Hugh Schwarz, Timothy Pilgrim, sean burn, Zachary Scott Hamilton, Javant Biarujia, Steve Dalachinsky, Charles Freeland, Bobbi Lurie, Glen Armstrong, Jeff Harrison, Martin H. Levinson, Christopher Barnes, Laurent Grison, Clara B. Jones, William Garvin, Aidan Coleman, Bob Heman, Bogdan Puslenghea, Tom Beckett, Susan Gangel, Jeff Bagato, Owen Bullock, J. D. Nelson, John Pursch, Matthew Carbery, Seth Howard, Sal Randolph, Robert Lee Brewer, Tony Beyer, Tim Wright, Arpine Konyalian Grenier, & Eric Hoffman.< Less
The Selected Works of S. Louismet Bk. 1 By Savinien Louismet, O.S.B.
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In the life of “Spiritual Pilgrim” what strikes one particularly is how each manifestation of God is so marvelous that it throws in the shade or blots out entirely all those that preceded... More > it. They are at a loss to express their admiration of this effect of God’s love. Something similar to this takes place in the mystic soul. It is as though God presented one aspect of His Divine Goodness to them and then withdrew it, saying, “Not this, it is not this”, and then another aspect, and withdrew it also, saying again, “No, not this, it is not this.” We have grown indeed, but in worldly wisdom, and the unquestioning and undivided love we vowed to God when we were little has been scattered to the winds. We found it would cost us a great effort, and a life-long one, to love God as we should, to keep on loving Him, thus, we compromised the matter. In reality, what takes place is this: God is working that precious material, the mystic soul, He is pressing from inside, extending its boundaries of mystical knowledge.< Less
Journey: Memoirs of a Time-travelling Criminal By Eddy Glass
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"But the truth is I do have a secret, one so fantastically fucking unbelievable that I dared not tell a living soul, in case they put me in a rubber room for the rest of eternity, I dare say... More > quite a few of the padded cells in every mental asylum are occupied by alien abductees, Jesus Christ’s, Adolf Hitler’s and unwilling time travelers." ... "How would you live your life differently if you could go back in time knowing what you now know about life and people? Well pilgrims, this is exactly the experience of seasoned criminal Frank Priest when he wakes up to find himself as a 25 year old in 1965... and it’s not long before he goes back to doing what he does best. Only this time, with future knowledge and ingenuity, it’s not long before he’s getting rich, partying hard and sorting out quite a few bad guys - and all the time staying one step ahead of the Old Bill."< Less
Sayville Tales By Lawrence Jay Switzer
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Twelve strangers, two ghosts, and the Devil--while sharing a long railroad journey--concoct a storybook of tales and trifles as hours of blank pages unfurl ahead of them. Not since Chaucer's pilgrims... More > hit the road with tongues wagging have travelers had this much babble and gabble to share with their fellow wayfarers. Talk is cheap and tickets are cheaper, but what are the rules? First of all--as your mother often told you--be sure you are wearing clean underwear because anything can happen. Second, recognize that there aren't any rules. It's every passenger for himself. Sayville Tales is a tragicomic hotchpotch of hot air on wheels. It's also a glimpse of happenstance's possibilities, resembling a roll of vividly imagined wallpaper imprinted with a design that never repeats itself unless it's for a greater effect. The real question is, how could you possibly know what the ride is like if you don't get on the train?< Less
A Life of Flight: One Pilot's Story, from Piper Cubs to 747s and Beyond By Robert "Bob" Gartshore
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Bob Gartshore's 44-year flying career spanned a period of rapid aviation development - from fabric-covered Piper Cubs to Boeing 747s. He logged more than 21,000 hours flying to six continents for the... More > RCAF and three airlines. Bob was an instructor on numerous aircraft, Link Trainers and simulators. As captain, he progressed from the Harvard T-6, to the Dakota DC-3; C-119 Flying Boxcar; Douglas DC-6; Boeing 727, 707 and 747; and Airbus A310 before a final stint as a relief pilot in war-torn Angola flying a Beechcraft King Air 100. Read about landing at a cloud-shrouded, Greenland airstrip with both primary aids inoperable; exercising penguins on the tarmac; his son as co-pilot on both 747 and A310; Mecca-bound pilgrims kindling fires in the aisle to cook their meal; grazing the tail on a hillside during a cloudy high-Arctic landing; flying beside a UFO; and balls of St. Elmo's Fire rolling inside the cockpit. Robert "Bob" Gartshore was a pilot for RCAF, Canadian Pacific, Wardair and Canadian Airlines.< Less
Memoirs of a Job Market Candidate By Monique Clarke
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An old man, going a lone highway/ Came at the evening, cold and gray, To a chasm, vast and deep and wide/ Through which was flowing a sullen tide. The old man crossed in the twilight dim/ That sullen... More > stream had no fears for him; But he turned, when he reached the other side/ And built a bridge to span the tide. "Old man," said a fellow pilgrim near/ "You are wasting your strength in building here. Your journey will end with the ending day/ You never again must pass this way. You have crossed the chasm, deep and wide/ Why build you the bridge at the eventide?" The builder lifted his old gray head/ "Good friend, in the path I have come," he said, "There followeth after me today/ A youth whose feet must pass this way. This chasm that has been naught to me/ To that fair-haired youth may a pitfall be. He, too, must cross in the twilight dim/ Good friend, I am building the bridge for him< Less
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Liguria is famous for its coast and landscapes of the sea, some of which are known throughout the world. The mountains are less known but also in the inland you can find very beautiful natural... More > landscapes ranging from the Ligurian Alps to the coast through some of the parks in Liguria. This book contains many photos, with descriptions of places, of the Ligurian sea, the mountain and inland. Some landscapes are along the paths of ancient "Salt roads" or "Pilgrim's Ways" (the road that led from medieval times pilgrims from all over Europe to Rome to one of the three major cities of Christianity). Other pictures are concerning other routes among which the best known is the "Hihg Way ofthe Ligurian Mountains" trail which is like a rainbow across Liguria. Other photos are of places along the coast and the Ligurian Sea. Have a nice vision.< Less
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Le BRICK GOELETTE "PILGRIM". Le 2 février 1873, le brick goélette PILGRIM se trouvait par 43°57' de latitude sud, et par 165°19' de longitude ouest du méridien... More > de Greenwich. Ce bâtiment, de quatre cents tonneaux, armé à San Francisco pour la grande pêche des mers australes, appartenait à James W.WELDON, riche armateur californien, qui en avait confié, depuis plusieurs années, le commandement au capitaine HULL. Le PILGRIM était l'un des plus petits, mais l'un des meilleurs navires de cette flottille, que James W.WELDON envoyait, chaque saison, aussi bien au delà du détroit de Behring jusqu'aux mers boréales,....< Less
Living in the interim By Hugo Bouter
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What do we mean by the expression ‘Living in the Interim’? It intimates that we, as Christians, live in the time between Christ’s first coming to this earth, as a humble Man, and... More > His coming again in power and glory. We live as strangers and pilgrims, following the rejected and crucified Lord, all the while waiting for His glorious return. The ‘interim’ is therefore the period of time between Pentecost and Parousia; between the descent of the Holy Spirit to gather the Church into one body and the coming of the Lord for His Church, followed by His appearing with all the saints.< Less
In the footsteps of Jesus Christ By Thach Nguyen
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Jerusalem is the city of eternal hope and the birthplace of of the three major Abrahamic religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam. For the Christian, a pilgrimage to the Holy Land is the... More > pilgrimage par excellence. It is a journey to the very source of Christianity, to the very place where "the Word was made flesh and dwelt among us". Visiting this spiritual destination is truly an experience of a lifetime and something not to be missed. Attesting to its powerful impact on the visitor; William Johnston, author of the acclaimed handbook on the Holy Land, says: "Here the pilgrim who is open to God's grace will be deeply enriched in the Faith, for the mind will be filled with the awesome wonder of so many sacred shrines and this will be cemented in the heart never to fade".to make your visit to Jerusalem, no matter how short, the journey of a lifetime.< Less

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