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Saving Our Stories Volume II By Centenary Writers
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This is a collection of stories about members of Centenary United Methodist Church in Winston-Salem, NC.
The 1947 U.S. Postage Stamp Centenary Commemorative By Andrew McFarlane
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A gold medal competetive philatelic exhibit and study of the stamp issued by the United States in 1947 to celebrate 100 years of postage stamps in the U.S. -- A work in progress
Saving Our Stories 2014 By Centenary United Methodist Church Music and the Arts Ministry Writing Class
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"Saving Our Stories" is a collection of work compiled from writers during a series of writing classes at Centenary United Methodist Church in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The classes are... More > part of the church's Music and the Arts Ministry.< Less
Road USA By Rob Gilbert
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The intimate relationship between the United States of America and the automobile is nearing it’s first centenary. The result is a country that’s effortless to traverse at sixty miles per... More > hour yet divided by the same obsession. This journey skimmed the states from ocean to ocean on four wheels in four cars styled on sixties nostalgia. As the engines cooled and the road noise faded, what remained was the memory of a highway that spanned a continent, and not it’s people.< Less
Your Love Is My Home By Laurent Lourson
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If you like starting a book at the end, Laurent Lourson – wordsmith by nature – will not help you. Your Love is my Home is a thriller without a detective. Four men: Laurent, Freddie,... More > Adrian Hoare and Sam Lovett, and two women: Linda and Hannah Hoare, are searching for their identity. They meet three dead persons: one man, Wilfred Owen, and two women, Claudine and Philippa Lovett. In the summer of 1993, the City of Chichester, like many in the United Kingdom, celebrates the centenary of the Poet of Peace, Wilfred Owen. He is at the core of their traditional festivities - exhibitions, lectures, Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem in the cathedral. A new play by The Anglian Masque, a young company from Cambridge, becomes the focus of the thriller.< Less
A Yankee in the Trenches By R. Derby Holmes
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It is a little known fact that before the United States entered the first World War there were a number of Americans who joined the British Army to fight. R. Derby Holmes was one of these Americans... More > whose experiences in this fascinating book gives us tremendous insight into an outsiders view of the British soldiers character and the British Army. It is nearing the centenary of the beginning of what was known as the Great War. For many people it represents a long forgotten conflict with no relevance to the 21st Century, however the modern world was made on the fields of Flanders and beyond between 1914 - 1918. The Kean Guides World War 1 series tells of the personal cost of this conflict , by republishing dairies, recollections and observations our aim is to educate and encourage study of this War to keep alive the memories of those who went through the hell and survived ,and for the many who sacrificed their lives.< Less
Arno Schmidt By M.A. Orthofer
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Arno Schmidt (1914-1979) was one of the most remarkable writers of the twentieth century. Despite much of his work being available in English, his centenary passed nearly unremarked in the United... More > States and England – to the disappointment of those who frequent the mythical Literary Saloon. In his honor and memory, the evening of 18 January – Schmidt’s birthday – was devoted to conversation introducing the author and his work – a fictional centennial colloquy entirely in the spirit of the great man himself. Biography, an account of his translations and his famous ‘Radio Dialogs’, his early fiction, and then the towering Zettel’s Traum (‘Bottom’s Dream’) and his great final works, as well as his legacy: everything is covered in these pages. Arno Schmidt: a centennial colloquy is the perfect introduction to this giant of German letters, and his amazing work.< Less
Arno Schmidt By M.A. Orthofer
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Arno Schmidt (1914-1979) was one of the most remarkable writers of the twentieth century. Despite much of his work being available in English, his centenary passed nearly unremarked in the United... More > States and England – to the disappointment of those who frequent the mythical Literary Saloon. In his honor and memory, the evening of 18 January – Schmidt’s birthday – was devoted to conversation introducing the author and his work – a fictional centennial colloquy entirely in the spirit of the great man himself. Biography, an account of his translations and his famous ‘Radio Dialogs’, his early fiction, and then the towering Zettel’s Traum (‘Bottom’s Dream’) and his great final works, as well as his legacy: everything is covered in these pages. Arno Schmidt: a centennial colloquy is the perfect introduction to this giant of German letters, and his amazing work.< Less
The Oldest Living Graduate By LTG William J. Ely
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The Oldest Living Graduate is the autobiographical account of LTG William J. Ely, who began his life’s journey in 1911 when he was born on a small Pennsylvania farm. He graduated from the... More > United States Military Academy at West Point in 1933 and served in the US Army for thirty-three years, rising to the rank of lieutenant general. The Oldest Living Graduate reaches its end with a personal status report of the author’s daily life and a summary of the lessons learned from more than 103 years of experience. It is a magnificent story about life, love and the American Dream. Whether you are one who relishes reading personal histories or one who admires individuals who live with tenacity and good humor, The Oldest Living Graduate will satisfy you with its personal look at more than a century of living. The General is still very active in Delray Beach, Florida at 103 years of age.< Less
The Atlas Moth By Maija Haavisto
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Compared to other twenty-somethings Piia's life is centered on quite different matters. She is only interested in death and the closest you get to it is by sleeping without dreams. On the other hand... More > Piia's best friend Venla wants to live until one hundred. There's only a year left until that, but Piia doesn't plan to be around that long. On online forums Piia gets to discuss her favorite topic. She finds new friends all over the world, even a few in her home country, Finland. These very different people are united by one thing: their desire to die. Piia's old friends' affairs make her even more convinced that life is not for her. Sometimes, things just don't work out the way they were planned. Infused with black humor, The Atlas Moth is an unsurvival story about death, Chinese checkers and butterfly collections and how they all tie together.< Less