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Con Men, Bootleggers, and The Preacherman By George Stever
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This is a collection of short stories about the hard life, the life of characters, the life of miscreants and misfits. Crude, sexual, violent, witty, thoughtful, and full of wisdom and lessons never... More > learned by those who lead sheltered lives. This book is intended for a mature audience.< Less
Harlan County Saints & Sinners By Ron Spoelman
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Ron Spoelman is a minister, educator, and poet who has lived in Harlan County for almost four decades where he first worked as a pastor to three small Presbyterian churches in Cawood, Cranks, and... More > Smith, Kentucky. His poetry reflects his ministry within the still-vibrant culture of Appalachia. These poems are stories of his congregations, often told in the language of their subjects. Spoelman has degrees from the University of Michigan and Calvin College.< Less
Rust In The Wheat By R. Paul Tharp
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After my publisher passed on this book I decided to self publish it. Here's why.I wrote my manuscript with a very strong dialect that was,and is prevalent in East TN, the Carolinas and Georgia,in the... More > more rural Appalachian regions like i grew up in. My publisher thought it might only appeal to "a small Appalachian reader base".So,I sat down to "un-regionalize" it, to strip away the dialect and unconventional grammar from it, but I couldn't. I felt I wasn't being true to it. I realize not many people will "get it", but for those who will, it's worth it to me. Set in the Mid-80s, and told through the remembrances of 14 yr old Early Prichard,this is how Perky County found itself caught in the grip of corruption. How whiskey makers and runners,backroom dealings,and cold blooded murder led one man to start a county-wide war. The costly toll on the Prichard family,more specifically on Early, who really only wanted a normal life, may be more than it was worth in the end.< Less
Through A Glass Darkly By Famous Jean Mann
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Riveting story of life and politics in the hills of Eastern Kentucky. Locke's Heed's story is a brilliant look into the heart and battle of every man in the choice between self and others.
Through A Glass Darkly By Famous Jean Mann
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Riveting story of life and politics in the hills of Eastern Kentucky. Locke's Heed's story is a brilliant look into the heart and battle of every man in the choice between self and others.
The Message: Eight Stories of One Misunderstood Text By Andrew Allen et al.
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Texts, chat, and tweets are making up an increasing amount of our communication these days -- even email has become blase. But how much meaning can get through in only 160 characters? Join in the... More > exploration with eight stories from our collaborative authors, where we see how much trouble lies in a single poorly understood text message: "Remember 3/31? Need help desperately, not much time left. Please, you're the only one! 2713311869101001 You know what to do. - Alex" Can Alex be helped? Will they arrive in time? Does anyone even know what this is about? From spaceships to spies, and comic books to crime bosses, find out in the latest volume from Authors Rising: The Message.< Less
To the Editor: and others By poems by Verner R Wooster, edited by CAW Edwards
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Time, again, to share Verner for awhile. About 160 poems written between 1901 and 1947. At first glance the life of Verner R. Wooster came and went almost entirely unnoticed. An average man, he led... More > no great battles, made no great discoveries. Yet he was a keen observer, recording his observations through poetry. His works represent approximately forty years of a man's struggle to comprehend his life and the world in which he lived. In his works we have, not only contemporary history, but a document of the growth of a man as he grapples with the events of his time and the experience of being.< Less
Western Utah Memories "Gone But Not Forgotten" By Ann Alloway
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Histories and photographs of some of the families that settled Tooele, Juab and Millard Counties, including Rockwell, James, Ekker, Erekson, Rydalch, McIntyer, and more. Histories and photographs of... More > Indian Springs, Government Creek, Judd Creek, OK Silver Mine, Sheeprock Mountains, Moonshine and Bootleggers.< Less
Western Utah Memories "Gone But Not Forgotten" By Ann Alloway
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Histories and photographs of some of the families that settled Tooele, Juab and Millard Counties, including Rockwell, James, Ekker, Erekson, Rydalch, McIntyer, and more. Histories and photographs of... More > Indian Springs, Government Creek, Judd Creek, OK Silver Mine, Sheeprock Mountains, Moonshine and Bootleggers.< Less
55 Word Brain Farts: The Good Ol' Days PDF By Gary Canant
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People reminisce about the 50s and 60s as a time when all was right with the world. It wasn’t. There was segregation and the KKK, pollution of the air and water, misuse of religious pulpits,... More > violence, an unwanted war, alcohol and people abuse, etc. On the other hand; it was a simpler time; the U.S. was rebuilding after the War, people had jobs, went to church, joined civic organizations and weren’t extremely rich or poor. Kids played freely all over the neighborhood. The Good Ol’ Days explores both sides so you can be the judge. The 55 word format was inspired by a local newspaper’s 55 word fiction writing contest; the discipline keeps the stories crisp, concise and fun to read.< Less