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Glamour & the Clam By Judy Upjohn
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This is the second volume of IMPOSSIBLE GENDERS, typographically extravagant prose poetry exploring ambivalence and the ambiguities of love and loneliness.
Glamour & the Clam By Judy Upjohn
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This is the second volume of IMPOSSIBLE GENDERS, typographically extravagant prose poetry exploring ambivalence and the ambiguities of love and loneliness.
STRENGTH OF THE SEED By Spencer Snead
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found an unknown bivalve, forming a new genus, and, more than this
Molluscs of Northern Chile By Tom Ashton
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A full colour photo-guide to the coastal Gastropoda and Bivalvia of Northern Chile. With identification notes and habitat guide in English and Spanish.
Molluscs of Northern Chile By Tom Ashton
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A full colour photo-guide to the coastal Gastropoda and Bivalvia of Northern Chile. With identification notes and habitat guide in English and Spanish.
Pennsylvanian Fossils of North Texas By Mark McKinzie & John McLeod
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An overview of world-class fossils from Pennsylvanian rocks of North Texas. Published 2003 as Occasional Papers Volume 6 by the Dallas Paleontological Society.
Do Clams Bite? By Eric Kraft
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Leroy considers the origins of his childhood pelecypodophobia (the fear of bivalve mollusks), meets the imaginary friend who will remain his best friend for life, memorizes the legends of his... More > ancestors in the Leroy line (including Black Jacques Leroy, who “invented beer”), studies his father's nude photographs of family friend May Castle, and enjoys a moonlight swim with Margot and Martha, the Glynn twins, after which he concludes that clams do not bite.< Less
Do Clams Bite? (eBook) By Eric Kraft
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Peter Leroy considers the origins of his childhood pelecypodophobia (the fear of bivalve mollusks), meets the imaginary friend who will remain his best friend for life, memorizes the legends of his... More > ancestors in the Leroy line (including Black Jacques Leroy, who “invented beer”), studies his father's nude photographs of family friend May Castle, and enjoys a moonlight swim with Margot and Martha, the Glynn twins, after which he concludes that clams do not bite.< Less
Take the Long Way Home By Eric Kraft
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Peter Leroy returns in memory to the fifth grade, where he finds himself gazing at Veronica McCall across the Gulf of Puberty. Remembering Veronica, the hottest little number in Babbington's... More > elementary grades at that time, inevitably leads him to reflect on the many varieties of love and lust to which the human animal is subject, to consider the roots of the animosity between Babbington's clamdiggers and chicken-farmers, to recall the occasion of his first meeting Porky White, who was to become the brains behind the Kap'n Klam chain of bivalve-based fast-food restaurants, and forces him to recreate his attempt to skate on ice.< Less
Take the Long Way Home By Eric Kraft
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Peter Leroy returns in memory to the fifth grade, where he finds himself gazing at Veronica McCall across the Gulf of Puberty. Remembering Veronica, the hottest little number in Babbington's... More > elementary grades at that time, inevitably leads him to reflect on the many varieties of love and lust to which the human animal is subject; to consider the roots of the animosity between Babbington's clamdiggers and chicken-farmers; to recall the occasion of his first meeting Porky White, who was to become the brains behind the Kap'n Klam chain of bivalve-based fast-food restaurants; and forces him to recreate his attempt to skate on ice. • Reviewing "Take the Long Way Home" in Baltimore's City Paper on January 11, 1985, John Strausbaugh wrote: "Kraft has constructed a complete comic universe, an American Macondo. Kraft never provokes savage mockery or brutal sneers, but quiet, sweetly melancholy smiles of recognition." • Length: novella, about 20,000 words.< Less

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