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The CLAM By Matthew Bowden
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The CLAM (the Coppell Literary and Art Magazine) is a collection of poetry, prose, art, and photography by both students and staff at Coppell High School in Coppell, Texas. The book was produced... More > entirely by students in the CHS Creative Writing program. Volume II.< Less
The CLAM By Matthew Bowden
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The CLAM (the Coppell Literary and Art Magazine) is a collection of poetry, prose, art, and photography by both students and staff at Coppell High School in Coppell, Texas. The book was produced... More > entirely by students in the CHS Creative Writing program. Volume II.< Less
ennesime volte By clam
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Una serie d'amori impossibili fra uomini o con donne. Anche incontrandosi ennesime volte nessuno dei personaggi riesce a realizzare quello che il cuore desidera. Non è un problema... More > d'omosessualità, è un problema d'umanità.< Less
ennesime volte By clam
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Una serie d'amori impossibili fra uomini o con donne. Anche incontrandosi ennesime volte nessuno dei personaggi riesce a realizzare quello che il cuore desidera. Non è un problema... More > d'omosessualità, è un problema d'umanità.< Less
Clammy the Clam By Ami Blackwelder
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A self-esteem building story for ages three to ten. Written by a teacher for teachers and parents. This novel is in BIG print with Large, Color illustrations. For the smaller print, B/W miniature... More > illustrations for the more advanced reader, please order the print or ebook from amazon. amiblackwelder.blogspot.com< Less
The Fox and the Clam By Eric Kraft
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Leroy recalls his childhood friend Matthew Barber. Peter and Matthew seem unlikely friends. Matthew finds little to like in life, and his outlook is decidedly blue. Peter finds much to like in life,... More > though nearly everything puzzles him, and he is essentially sanguine about his future, no matter how groundless his optimism might be. Eventually the friends find, as most friends do, that each has added to his developing self a little of the other. "A set of thematic variations (ranging from a Saturday-afternoon cartoon about a happy hippo and an unhappy one to a deadly competition having to do with skipping third grade) that raise complicated farce to the level of calculus." Anna Shapiro, The New Yorker< Less
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.
Bad Clams By Jamie Smith
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A collection of over fifty new panels - half in full-color - plus sketchbook doodles and illustrations, from the creator of Alaska’s longest-running cartoon “Nuggets.” This 32-page... More > sampler of the debut feature “LowTide” documents the artist’s perspective on his adventures and experiences around Acadia and Down East after migrating to Maine. Check out more samples of his work at the "Ink & Snow" blog: http://inksnow.blogspot.com/< Less
The Fox and the Clam By Eric Kraft
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Peter Leroy recalls his childhood friend Matthew Barber. Peter and Matthew seem unlikely friends. Matthew finds little to like in life, and his outlook is decidedly blue. Peter finds much to like in... More > life, though nearly everything puzzles him, and he is essentially sanguine about his future, no matter how groundless his optimism might be. Eventually the friends find, as most friends do, that each has added to his developing self a little of the other. • "A wonderfully wacky ringing of plot changes on the kind of idiotically moralistic fables that used to fill the pages of elementary school readers." — John Stark Bellamy II, The Cleveland Plain Dealer • "It is all about happiness and despair, and it is exceedingly wise and exceedingly funny." — Lee Pennock Huntington, Vermont Sunday Magazine< Less