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Twenty-Twenty Vision By Chris Randall
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Sheldon, Charlene, Maria, Fulton, Crystal and Baz are all young 21st Century experts in their own particular fields of work, science, human behaviour, freedom philosophy, public broadcasting and... More > journalism. They are also a rare example of truly honest people. These traits prompt a mysterious stranger named Voron to contact them. Voron is a genius and he has a vision for the future. All of these people have a common ground in that they are appalled by the total lack of morality in politics worldwide. Changes are needed. But can one man, or a small group of people make those changes happen? Voron believes they can and he has, not only a vision for change, but the expertise to carry out an incredible plan. He calls his plan Twenty-Twenty Vision.< Less
Bartleby Snopes Issue 15 By Bartleby Snopes
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Issue 15 is the final print issue of Bartleby Snopes. This collection features stories and artwork from over 25 writers, including our 8th Annual Dialogue Contest winners as well as a few of our... More > favorites from our 9 years of publication. Authors in this issue are: Anne Anthony, Paul Beckman, Tara Campbell, Sheldon Lee Compton, Carrie Cook, Kate Crosby, Christina Dalcher, Timothy DeLizza, Caleb Echterling, Sarah Rose Etter, David Hammond, Shaun Hayes, Sara Jacobelli, Christopher James, Caroline Kepnes, Geeta Kothari, Caitlyn Leonard, Scott McClelland, K.C. Mead-Brewer, Jesse Ofsowitz, Rachel Richardson, Jessica Riches, Anthony Santulli, Vincent Scarpa, Chad Schuster, Jennifer Todhunter, Jake Weber, and Kate Wisel< Less
Flash Fiction Fridays By Robert Vaughan
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Flash Fiction Friday is a monthly radio program aired on WUWM's Lake Effect in Milwaukee, WI. Each month host Robert Vaughan selects local writers who come in, do a quick flash interview and read... More > their flash fiction piece on the air. Then, Robert reads a national writer's piece and ties the two together with a theme that he discusses with his co-host, Stephanie Lecci. After doing this every month in 2011, Vaughan decided to create an anthology to honor the writers who shared their work on the radio program. Writers include Meg Tuite, Sheldon Lee Compton, Susan Gibb, Len Kuntz, Julie Innis, Sam Rasnake, Susan Tepper, Joani Reese, Christopher Allen, Sara Lippmann and many more.< Less
Twenty-Twenty Vision By Chris Randall
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Sheldon, Charlene, Maria, Fulton, Crystal and Baz are all young 21st Century experts in their own particular fields of work, science, human behaviour, freedom philosophy, public broadcasting and... More > journalism. They are also a rare example of truly honest people. These traits prompt a mysterious stranger named Voron to contact them. Voron is a genius and he has a vision for the future. All of these people have a common ground in that they are appalled by the total lack of morality in politics worldwide. Changes are needed. But can one man, or a small group of people make those changes happen? Voron believes they can and he has, not only a vision for change, but the expertise to carry out an incredible plan. He calls his plan Twenty-Twenty Vision.< Less
Shepard's Rise By Sheryl Livingston
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When Kelly Wells finds out she has a family including her father Weldon Shepard and a brother Sheldon, she was delighted to have finally found the loving family she so desperately wanted. Her good... More > fortune seems to continue when her brother introduces her to his military buddy, Bryant Mitchell and Kelly believes she has captured a love she always thought would evade her. But just as she is settling in to her new life, the peace is broken by sabotage and strange events on the ranch her father owns. Somebody is threatening Kelly, her son, and her new family and it will take all of them uniting together to bring peace back to the ranch as well as passions of her heart.< Less
Shepard's Rise By Sheryl Livingston
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When Kelly Wells finds out she has a family including her father Weldon Shepard and a brother Sheldon, she was delighted to have finally found the loving family she so desperately wanted. Her good... More > fortune seems to continue when her brother introduces her to his military buddy, Bryant Mitchell and Kelly believes she has captured a love she always thought would evade her. But just as she is settling in to her new life, the peace is broken by sabotage and strange events on the ranch her father owns. Somebody is threatening Kelly, her son, and her new family and it will take all of them uniting together to bring peace back to the ranch as well as passions of her heart.< Less
What's so Cool about High School? By Jennifer Gilbert
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Jessica Sheldon is floored on her first day of high school when her chemistry teacher predicts these years will be the best days of her life. She takes one look at the kid sitting next to her making... More > spitballs out of his syllabus and she begs to differ. Throughout the next four years, Jessica struggles to find her niche as she wipes out on the bunny hill during the school ski trip, crashes her car, and tears her hair out over the ACT exam. It isn't until her senior year that things fall into place. With the help of an eccentric teacher, Jessica learns having self-esteem is far more important than getting nominated for homecoming queen. This novel gives a poignant look into high school social structure. At the same time, however, there are many light-hearted, hilarious senerios that will have teens laughing out loud.< Less
Khatru Symposium: Women in Science Fiction By Jeanne Gomoll
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Originally published and edited by Jeffrey D. Smith in 1975, Khatru 3&4's symposium on women in science fiction was a detailed conversation among some of the most well-known authors of 70s... More > feminist science fiction, including Suzy McKee Charnas, Samuel R. Delany, Vonda N. McIntyre, Joanna Russ, James Tiptree Jr. (before her true identity of Alice B. Sheldon was known), Kate Wilhelm, Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, and others, The opinions expressed by participants are still radical today. This 1993 update of the symposium includes new material by some of the original participants and commentary by others, including Pat Murphy, Karen Joy Fowler, Gwyneth Jones, and Jeanne Gomoll. Cover by Judith M Weiss, illustrations by Georgie Schnobrich.< Less
Herb Snitzer: Photographs from the Last Years of Metronome By Olivia Lahs-Gonzales et al.
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This catalogue, which accompanied the exhibition “Herb Snitzer: Photographs from the Last Years of Metronome” exhibition at the Sheldon Art Galleries in St. Louis in 2008, shines a... More > spotlight on the photography of internationally recognized photographer Herb Snitzer when he worked for Metronome, one of the country’s leading jazz magazines. Photographed during a remarkable period in jazz, these historic images also capture the vibrancy of New York in the late 1950s and early 1960s. The exhibition and catalogue are conceived and written by Benjamin Cawthra, assistant professor of history at California State University, Fullerton. Herb Snitzer's career covers over 45 years of imagemaking. Snitzer was photography and then Associate Editor of the magazine in 1960. His images have also appeared in Life, Look, The Saturday Evening Post, Time, and The New York Times, and can be found in many public and private collections including the Museum of Modern Art and The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.< Less
Herb Snitzer: Photographs from the Last Years of Metronome By Olivia Lahs-Gonzales et al.
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This catalogue, which accompanied the exhibition “Herb Snitzer: Photographs from the Last Years of Metronome” exhibition at the Sheldon Art Galleries in St. Louis in 2008, shines a... More > spotlight on the photography of internationally recognized photographer Herb Snitzer when he worked for Metronome, one of the country’s leading jazz magazines. Photographed during a remarkable period in jazz, these historic images also capture the vibrancy of New York in the late 1950s and early 1960s. The exhibition and catalogue are conceived and written by Benjamin Cawthra, assistant professor of history at California State University, Fullerton. Herb Snitzer's career covers over 45 years of imagemaking. Snitzer was photography and then Associate Editor of the magazine in 1960. His images have also appeared in Life, Look, The Saturday Evening Post, Time, and The New York Times, and can be found in many public and private collections including the Museum of Modern Art and The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.< Less

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