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We Are Glass By u.v. ray
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Over the last 20 years u.v. ray's fiction, poetry & articles have appeared in magazines and anthologies around the globe. u.v. ray's acerbic work refuses to fit the conventions of even outsider... More > literature. The seventeen new short stories in 'We Are Glass' explore fuck-ups, sleaze, booze, sex and drugs... but all are also infused with u.v. ray's uniquely venomous philosophising. Richard Godwin ('Apostle Rising') introduces 'We Are Glass', recognising that "You are about to read a man of letters in the truest sense of the word. The things you thought were true may never have been so. Writing exists at the edge of the world as we know it... u.v. ray's voice is undeniable, and a gratifying antidote to the tastelessness that masquerades as Art."< Less
The Glass Pedestal By Silvia I. Petretti
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Sometimes we place those we greatly admire high upon a pedestal—a position from which humanity will and must eventually fall, shattering the unreal expectations of friends and loved ones.... More > However, the Master Creator continually and skillfully takes the broken pieces of our lives and gracefully repairs them so we can become brand new. Silvia Petretti, author of Mark N. Greene, My James Dean, once again, allows the reader to share in her family’s romances, dreams, successes, heartbreak, laughter, and regrettable tragedies. Through the use of fictional characters, Silvia Petretti weaves the so true to life tales of an Italian family whose lives span three generations. These stories leave the reader amazed by the graphic events, saddened by the personal losses, enlightened by the personal experiences, and grateful for the biographical journey.< Less
The Glass Pedestal By Silvia I. Petretti
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Sometimes we place those we greatly admire high upon a pedestal—a position from which humanity will and must eventually fall, shattering the unreal expectations of friends and loved ones.... More > However, the Master Creator continually and skillfully takes the broken pieces of our lives and gracefully repairs them so we can become brand new. Silvia Petretti, author of Mark N. Greene, My James Dean, once again, allows the reader to share in her family’s romances, dreams, successes, heartbreak, laughter, and regrettable tragedies. Through the use of fictional characters, Silvia Petretti weaves the so true to life tales of an Italian family whose lives span three generations. These stories leave the reader amazed by the graphic events, saddened by the personal losses, enlightened by the personal experiences, and grateful for the biographical journey.< Less
Glass Cage By Gregory Bendetowies
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The Museum of Evil” takes place in the year 2039. “I live with eleven other people in a glass enclosed room in the “Museum of Evil”. We are the only Jewish people in the... More > world and “They” use us for propaganda. I close my eyes and imagine writing these memories for posterity.< Less
Glass Poems By Justin Lowe
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"In Justin Lowe's Glass Poems we find the poet existing as universal bard, traversing a multitude of realities....The poet narrator seems to be both guide and guided into uncertain... More > existence...so that the reader might ask - for how long was I gone?" Dr Coral Hull in The Compulsive Reader.< Less
Glass Poems By Justin Lowe
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"In Justin Lowe's Glass Poems we find the poet existing as universal bard, traversing a multitude of realities....The poet narrator seems to be both guide and guided into uncertain... More > existence...so that the reader might ask - for how long was I gone?" Dr Coral Hull in The Compulsive Reader.< Less
Shattered Glass By Rebecca Carolyn Antonaccio
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Shattered Glass is a collection of contemporary poetry, mainly for youth yet enjoyable to all. This poetry collection includes poems on a variety of situations and events such as the environment,... More > friendship, and equality. In this book, readers will be placed in the setting of a diversity of poems as you will be able to relate to everyday life. Remember, just like shattered glass, the world is slowly being broken into thousands of pieces of shattered glass. Together, we can create awareness and positive change in every aspect of life for a better future because you are the future since, “one voice can change the world, even if it is just written words on paper.” Excerpt from the poem, Masquerading Once upon a time, once upon a dream And once upon a reality Lived a world of equality No such thing as popularity Now hiding away, so difficult to say Disappeared until we turn it around again From all this crazy…masquerading!< Less
Glass and Glassmaking By Youmna Medlej, Joumana Medlej
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Book 11: Can you imagine a world without glass? With its practical qualities and its beauty, this miracle material is present at every level of modern civilization. Although its origins are shrouded... More > in ancient history, it is in Lebanon itself that glass underwent its greatest revolution, and invention that changed the world. From Antiquity till the fall of the Roman Empire, the Lebanese coast was at the heart of its industry. Why and how, we will discover though these pages that recount the history of the art of glass. (Available in French or English. For the printed book see http://bit.ly/KuyAqG)< Less
Glass Animals By Stephen V. Ramey
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He seamlessly weaves a crazy-quilt of characters who – despite being a little lost and befuddled by the world – have moments of chandelier insight into their own human hearts. Reminiscent... More > of Raymond Carver’s Little Things and Kim Chinquee’s Oh Baby, Glass Animals is a work of sparkling vision and compressed and surprising language – all put to work to reveal a world where everything’s at stake. Lori Jakiela, author of ‘Miss New York Has Everything’ Ramey takes on the richness of his characters’ emotional and physical torment and delivers something morbidly fascinating and keen. Kristine Ong Muslim, author of ‘We Bury the Landscape’ Stephen V. Ramey captivates and mesmerizes his readers, taking us by the hand into the hidden worlds of people not unknown to us. His instincts are visceral, perceived, radiating a power and compassion that guides us inside each of his characters. Ramey’s collection explores the human condition. Ramey is the real thing. Meg Tuite, author of 'Domestic Apparition'< Less
Glass Animals By Stephen V. Ramey
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He seamlessly weaves a crazy-quilt of characters who – despite being a little lost and befuddled by the world – have moments of chandelier insight into their own human hearts. Reminiscent... More > of Raymond Carver’s Little Things and Kim Chinquee’s Oh Baby, Glass Animals is a work of sparkling vision and compressed and surprising language – all put to work to reveal a world where everything’s at stake. Lori Jakiela, author of ‘Miss New York Has Everything’ Ramey takes on the richness of his characters’ emotional and physical torment and delivers something morbidly fascinating and keen. Kristine Ong Muslim, author of ‘We Bury the Landscape’ Stephen V. Ramey captivates and mesmerizes his readers, taking us by the hand into the hidden worlds of people not unknown to us. His instincts are visceral, perceived, radiating a power and compassion that guides us inside each of his characters. Ramey’s collection explores the human condition. Ramey is the real thing. Meg Tuite, author of 'Domestic Apparition'< Less