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Barn Swallow By Margaret D. Smith
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Writer, musician and glass artist Margaret D. Smith’s fourth collection of poems is luminous. Full of fissures, the work glows with inner questions and with a vibrant "Yes!" Smith is... More > also the author of "A Holy Struggle: Unspoken Thoughts of Hopkins," "The Seed in Me," "Journal Keeper," "The Rose and the Pearl" and "Made With Love."< Less
The Zen of Barn Swallows By Ken Korczak
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A story so amazing it must be true? This is a fictional account based on events that really happened. This science fiction/fantasy novelette tells the extraordinary story of two eccentric... More > genius-idiot wheat farmer from Minnesota whose obsession with quantum physics caused them to create a sensation in their rural farming community -- with the help of two not-so-ordinary barn swallows. This is also a love story mixed in with a bit of hard science, and also the lives of every day people living in a rural Midwest farming community. A feel good story that will make you think and wonder, and maybe even question your own reality.< Less
A Bird Calendar for Northern India By Douglas Dewar
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I am indebted to the editor of _The Pioneer_ for permission to republish the sketches that form this calendar, and to Mr. A. J. Currie for placing at my disposal his unpublished notes on the birds of... More > the Punjab.< Less
Astray a novel By Lu Emanuel
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This is a coming-of-age novel about a young woman who has no sense of belonging in the world or of a safe haven. This story will touch the hearts of all who have felt out of place or struggled to fit... More > in, make do and find their way. an exerpt: Brenda continued her drawing. She moved her hand gracefully across the page. "We'll live." she said. "We'll have fun anyway." John looked at Susan, at her bare feet and unshaven calves, her ragged clothes and pain filled eyes. 'I shouldn't have asked her to come here.' he thought, 'We've gone in different directions; we've seen different things.' He stared at her and saw her crouched on a rock at the lakeside... following the swooping and circling of the barn swallows... She looked up and he saw the swallows swooping in the dark blue of her eyes. She was the green and purple of an island dusk; calm and self-contained, but fragile, like the painting she had sent to him.< Less