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anything anymore anywhere spring 2010 By anything anymore anywhere
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The Spring 2010 issue of 'anything anymore anywhere', a literary journal published from Edinburgh, Scotland. Edited by Colin Herd and Reuben Sutton. This issue features Marcia Arrieta, Claire Askew,... More > Royce Borgeson, Joel Chace, Doru Culiac, Catherine Daly, James Davies, Adam Fieled, Peter Hughes, Geof Huth, Devin Johnston, Mary Kasimor, Scott Keeney, Margaret Konkol, Tony Leuzzi, Cathleen Miller, Adam Perry, Sam Scild, Alex Willie Singerman, Marcus Slease, Nancy Stohlman, Jayne Thickett, Rhys Trimble, Marcus Whale, Jessica Wickens, Justin Wolfers.< Less
anything anymore anywhere spring 2010 By anything anymore anywhere
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The Spring 2010 issue of 'anything anymore anywhere', a literary journal published from Edinburgh, Scotland. Edited by Colin Herd and Reuben Sutton. This issue features Marcia Arrieta, Claire Askew,... More > Royce Borgeson, Joel Chace, Doru Culiac, Catherine Daly, James Davies, Adam Fieled, Peter Hughes, Geof Huth, Devin Johnston, Mary Kasimor, Scott Keeney, Margaret Konkol, Tony Leuzzi, Cathleen Miller, Adam Perry, Sam Scild, Alex Willie Singerman, Marcus Slease, Nancy Stohlman, Jayne Thickett, Rhys Trimble, Marcus Whale, Jessica Wickens, Justin Wolfers.< Less
Anywhere in Africa By Vusamazulu H. S. Ncube
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The novel embodies the African feminism that has gone through morphological changes that have outrightly deranged the outlook of women in Africa. The evolution has come at a time when Africa is... More > aligning itself with the trending technologies and industrialization. This has seen the advent of single mother parenting in the rise and the prevalence of the endemic scourge of aids that has swept across Africa. The dynamics of feminism in Africa have also affected the functioning of social institutions like religion,media and informal educational sector within the community. Political Terrain has been tipped in favor of the feminine and this has furthered divergence in the family institution as statutes are crafted to overturn traditional African traits of women's freedom< Less
Anywhere But Here By Patty Mac
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small town life, small town thinking, trapped by a mothers wrath where superstitions,religion and poverty were rampant. Being gifted or cursed with the second sight there is an emptiness inside... More > a young girls soul as she struggles to escape so she can be anywhere but here .< Less
Anywhere But Here By Kathryn Sottile
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With each poem named after a different city, Anywhere But Here is a testament to high school through a collection of poetry. Written by the pen of a 16-year-old girl, on every page, readers will... More > learn to navigate hallways and classrooms, while experiencing first love, first heartbreak, and inexplicable wanderlust.< Less
ANYWHERE AND NOWHERE By Martyn Croft
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This is the 2nd in a series of 4 books and is the sequel to 'The Fantastic Journey', published by Arima, available from their website or from Amazon, ISBN 978-1-84549-311-0. The 3rd: 'The Haunting... More > of Eddie Compton' is also available from Lulu.com, as is the 4th: 'Heaven on Earth'. 'Anywhere And Nowhere' is a tale of fantasy and adventure. It is 1963, and friends Len and Eddie have each received a special gift through the post. They are then taken on fantastic journeys from their home in Fenton-on-Sea. In the end the boys find it difficult to distinguish between fantasy and reality. 'Anywhere And Nowhere' is a good family read and is suitable for most ages, particularly if the reader seeks the nostalgia of England and, particularly, East Anglia, in the early sixties when 13-year-old-boys still dreamed of traditional adventure. The author is a retired Deputy Headteacher of a boys' Grammar School and lives on the Lincolnshire coast.< Less
ANYWHERE AND NOWHERE By Martyn Croft
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This is the 2nd in a series of 4 books and is the sequel to 'The Fantastic Journey', published by Arima, available from their website or from Amazon, ISBN 978-1-84549-311-0. The 3rd: 'The Haunting... More > of Eddie Compton' is also available from Lulu.com, as is the 4th: 'Heaven on Earth'. 'Anywhere And Nowhere' is a tale of fantasy and adventure. It is 1963, and friends Len and Eddie have each received a special gift through the post. They are then taken on fantastic journeys from their home in Fenton-on-Sea. In the end the boys find it difficult to distinguish between fantasy and reality. 'Anywhere And Nowhere' is a good family read and is suitable for most ages, particularly if the reader seeks the nostalgia of England and, particularly, East Anglia, in the early sixties when 13-year-old-boys still dreamed of traditional adventure. The author is a retired Deputy Headteacher of a boys' Grammar School and lives on the Lincolnshire coast.< Less
Anywhere but Here By Tim Bugansky
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A bitter newspaper reporter holds court in a decrepit bar in a dying Rust Belt town. A peasant family disintegrates within a tropical society on the verge of revolution. A bus driver laments his job... More > during a uniquely monotonous trip through the dreary Midwestern landscape. A shell-shocked war correspondent wanders aimlessly in frigid French Canada. An Ecuadorian woman toils in an American sweatshop, only to return to despair and infidelity at home. These and other characters both ordinary and extraordinary populate Anywhere but Here. Set in a variety of locales -- from Ohio to South America -- the stories and vignettes that comprise this collection raise questions about identity, permanence, and the quiet struggle to find meaning in a seemingly senseless world. In an age of globalization and instant interconnection, Anywhere but Here offers a subtle examination of events and emotions that divide us but, at the same time, unite us in shared isolation.< Less
Anywhere but Here By Tim Bugansky
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A bitter newspaper reporter holds court in a decrepit bar in a dying Rust Belt town. A peasant family disintegrates within a tropical society on the verge of revolution. A bus driver laments his job... More > during a uniquely monotonous trip through the dreary Midwestern landscape. A shell-shocked war correspondent wanders aimlessly in frigid French Canada. An Ecuadorian woman toils in an American sweatshop, only to return to despair and infidelity at home. These and other characters both ordinary and extraordinary populate Anywhere but Here. Set in a variety of locales -- from Ohio to South America -- the stories and vignettes that comprise this collection raise questions about identity, permanence, and the quiet struggle to find meaning in a seemingly senseless world. In an age of globalization and instant interconnection, Anywhere but Here offers a subtle examination of events and emotions that divide us but, at the same time, unite us in shared isolation.< Less

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