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O.D.T.A.A (One Damn Thing After Another) By Terry Wilson
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Terry Wilson was born in 1918. He started work as an office boy and thereafter with Kodak where he developed his interest in photography. He spent 5 years wartime service in photo reconnaissance in... More > the RAF. Following demobilisation he returned to Kodak before starting his own photographic business in London. After working in Vancouver BC and New York in the production of microfilm equipment he returned to England and set up his own Company. In the late eighties he retired to Hampshire. He holds awards for photography, two patents and is a Fellow of the Institute of Reprographic Technology.< Less
O.D.T.A.A (One Damn Thing After Another) By Terry Wilson
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Terry Wilson was born in 1918. He started work as an office boy and thereafter with Kodak where he developed his interest in photography. He spent 5 years wartime service in photo reconnaissance in... More > the RAF. Following demobilisation he returned to Kodak before starting his own photographic business in London. After working in Vancouver BC and New York in the production of microfilm equipment he returned to England and set up his own Company. In the late eighties he retired to Hampshire. He holds awards for photography, two patents and is a Fellow of the Institute of Reprographic Technology.< Less
Perilous Passage By Deborah Snyder & Terry Wilson
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An account of Wilson's lifetime apprenticeship under the master shamanic practitioner, Brion Gysin.
The Mundens By Terri Oguz
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The quest to find Grandma (Walker) Munden traces the descendants of a British colonial family from Colonial Virginia during the 17th Century as they migrate south along the Atlantic Coast and... More > ultimately to the Spanish Colony of East Florida where they settled during the early 19th Century.< Less
Cold Eye: A Generation of Voices: Poems, Prose & Interviews from 1978 By Terry Simons
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Poems, prose and interviews featuring some of the best writing in Portland, Oregon from over three decades ago. Poems by Sam White, Mark Wilson, Carol Knox and others. Interviews with famed poets... More > and writers, Katherine Dunn, Walt Curtis, and James Bash. A valuable addition to the Pacific Northwest literary archive, and an important contribution to the literary history of Portland, Oregon.< Less
Cold Eye: A Generation of Voices By Terry Simons
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Poems, prose and interviews featuring some of the best writing in Portland, Oregon from over three decades ago. Poems by Sam White, Mark Wilson, Carol Knox and others. Interviews with famed poets... More > and writers, Katherine Dunn, Walt Curtis, and James Bash. A valuable addition to the Pacific Northwest literary archive, and an important contribution to the literary history of Portland, Oregon.< Less
Darkland II: the Return (Paperback) By Dean Wilson
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Darkland the Return is the much anticopated sequel to Darkland! reuniting us with our hapless hero jeff as he locates his soul in a farnham charity shop he encounters dragons, Quetzals, magikal... More > fayries of Folkenstow and other adventures as he desperately tries to aquire enough Keph$ to pay for his soul!< Less
Darkland II: the Return (Paperback) By Dean Wilson
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Darkland the Return is the much anticopated sequel to Darkland! reuniting us with our hapless hero jeff as he locates his soul in a farnham charity shop he encounters dragons, Quetzals, magikal... More > fayries of Folkenstow and other adventures as he desperately tries to aquire enough Keph$ to pay for his soul!< Less
Talking To Strange Men By Guy Wilson
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His first memories are of sitting alone at the kitchen table reading terrorising tales in the tabloid newspapers and dreaming of going to London where the BBC is. But Terry Fish has a long way to go... More > before that can happen. For a start, there are all those strange men . . . In the first half of the book we see Terry growing up lonely and surviving family abuse. In the second half we see him awaken as a man forced to grow beyond his years. Throughout, he struggles with adults unable to nurture him. The end result is a portrait of a society rife with hypocrisy and oppressive of individuality. Despite the sombre tone, the narration is never gloomy or depressing. Terry has a fantastic sense of humour and isn't short of cheek. You can't help but love him. It's a great read.< Less
Wordland 2: Hi Honey, I'm Home! By Editor Terry Grimwood
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Now we've all seen the clips from those wholesome old monochrome US sitcoms; the toothsome husband back from a busy day in the ubiquitous office, smart in his suit, carrying a brief case and perhaps... More > wearing a natty raincoat. He takes off his trilby and hangs it on its peg and utters those immortal words. BUT...Who (or what) is really hanging up that hat in the hall? Exactly what awaits him in his suburban palace? "Hi Honey I'm Home" prose and poetry from the soft white underbelly of home and hearth from Madeline Lacques-Aranda, Robert Mammone, Mary Cresswell, Sarah Barr, Michael Estabrook, Juan Manuel Perez, Samantha Porter,Joe Young, Martin Feekins, Jill Crammons, Phil Richardson, Mike Berger, John Forth, Rhys Hughes, Suri Phillips, Trevor Denyer, Len Saculla, Rocky Wilson, Gavin Ireland, Philip Meeks, Douglas Thompson and Allen Ashley. Cover art by Faye Grimwood (http://blackedgeart.weebly.com/)< Less

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