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Doug Akilleez and the Killer Snowboard By William Olson
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A boy with genetically engineered ankles competes in a snowboarding contest.
Doug Akilleez and the Killer Snowboard By William Olson
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A boy with genetically engineered ankles competes in a snowboarding contest.
Eating Grief at 3 A.M. By Doug Holder
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“There is a sad, sweet nostalgia in Holder’s Eating Grief at 3 AM, a sense of loss and sadness for the places and the people who were a part of those scenes: the hunchback, the Tennessee... More > Williams’ half lost blondes, the turbaned men and the discarded move nostalgically through life. Yet Holder finds something almost like beauty or knowledge in the abandoned warehouses with weeds crawling to the roof. He imagines when Mrs. Plant, an old art teacher, was an enigmatic young woman ‘feverishly taking notes about the paintings, a love note stuffed in a pocket of her winter coat.’ There are always dreams, even if never fulfilled. There is so often the sense of time passing, of letting go-- letting go of people, letting go of Harvard Square Theater and the Wursthaus, balms that seemed like they would always be there. And they are and always will be in Holder’s moving poems.” — Lyn Lifshin, Author of Cold Comfort (Black Sparrow Press)< Less
Eating Grief at 3 A.M. By Doug Holder
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“There is a sad, sweet nostalgia in Holder’s Eating Grief at 3 AM, a sense of loss and sadness for the places and the people who were a part of those scenes: the hunchback, the Tennessee... More > William’s half lost blondes, the turbaned men and the discarded move nostalgically through life. Yet Holder finds something almost like beauty or knowledge in the abandoned warehouses with weeds crawling to the roof. He imagines when Mrs. Plant, an old art teacher, was an enigmatic young woman ‘feverishly taking notes about the paintings, a love note stuffed in a pocket of her winter coat.’ There are always dreams, even if never fulfilled. There is so often the sense of time passing, of letting go-- letting go of people, letting go of Harvard Square Theater and the Wursthaus, balms that seemed like they would always be there. And they are and always will be in Holder’s moving poems.” — Lyn Lifshin, Author of Cold Comfort (Black Sparrow Press)< Less
Selo By Doug Setter
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Les Kingsley is sixteen, skinny and scared. He spends his days dodging bullies at school, work and home. When he befriends a hospital patient, he is guided into new found strength, confidence wealth... More > that he never knew before. But his mentor is wanted on both sides of the law. Soon, Les has to make hard choices about right, wrong and loyalty. Winner of 2012 Global eBook award for youth literature. "Brings back what it was like growing up and dealing with bullies in the 70's. Great story. I look forward to the sequel."--William Bell, Ex Vice Squad, Winnipeg PD.< Less
Climbing the Fitzpatrick Family Tree – With Some Myer, Too By Doug Fowler
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Did you ever wish you could learn history as more than just dates and names and places? Family history can especially be interesting because of the personal touch, but it's hard to find more than... More > just facts. This book attempts to show more. Through the eyes of a narrator akin to what "This Week in Baseball" was like. In other words, it's in the manner of a highlight show. It traces the ancestors of William A. (1894 or 1895-1972) and Gertrude Fitzpatrick (1899-1994), with info about them and their children, too. A small section is also devoted to James Donald Myer's (1920-1998) ancestors, though not nearly as much has been learned about them.< Less
The Laurel Fork Railway of Carter County, Tennessee By Doug McGuinn
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"To hell with the ET&WNC, we'll start our own railroad!" Those words were spoken in anger by Lewis Gasteinger, general manager of the newly formed Pittsburgh Lumber Company in Carter... More > County, Tennessee, to William Flinn, president of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania construction firm of Booth & Flinn, which had recently, in 1909, purchased 12,00 acres of virgin-timber land in the Dennis Cove area of northeastern Tennessee. The lumber company needed a way to take the finished wood to market. They approached a local railroad called the East Tennessee and Western North Carolina (aka "Tweetsie"), seeking to build a spur from the firm's sawmill, located about one-half mile east of the Carter County village of Hampton. No satisfactory arrangement, however, could be agreed upon. So the Pittsburgh Lumber Company decided to build its own railroad. Incorporated in April 1910, the railroad ran from Elizabethton to Laban, Tennessee, a distance of 14.9 miles, the mainline mostly following the Laurel Fork of the Doe River.< Less
Das erste Kapitel By Jesus von Nazareth, Helen Schucman, William Thetford
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Dieser Text ist nicht nur eine kraftvollere Übersetzung, sondern bringt Material, dass in den heute verbreiteten Ausgaben des Kurses in Wundern gestrichen oder verändert wurde.... More > Insbesondere Abschnitte zum Wesen der Sexualität und über die Psychoanalyse, die möglicherweise seinerzeit als zu kontrovers angesehen wurden. Spätere Bearbeitungen ließen weitere Dinge aus und veränderten Aussagen zum Teil grundlegend, zum Beispiel “Geben ist seliger denn Nehmen” zu “Geben ist so selig, wie Nehmen.” Wer diese Stellen hier zum ersten Mal im Original liest, wird überrascht und erleichtert Klarheit finden und fest stellen, dass Veränderungen gemacht wurden, die inhaltlich nicht stimmig waren. Hier werden sie berichtigt. Dieser Text wird für manche Leser der einfachste Einstieg in den Kurs sein, weil er in seiner unbearbeiteten, dialogischen Natur so direkt zum Herzen spricht, wie keine der bearbeiteten Fassungen, und die Übersetzung darauf besonders Rücksicht nimmt.< Less
Diet Soap #3: Sabotage By Various Saboteurs
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Diet Soap issue #3 has the theme of Sabotage and features fiction, non-fiction, poetry and art by Doug Lain, William Peacock, Genevieve Valentine, Brian Brown, Rosanne Griffeth, Howard Waldrop,... More > Steven Utley, Patricia Russo, Joshua Siegal, Heather Bell, James Maxwell, Gord Sellar, Brandon Chan-Yung, Louise Norlie, the Against Sleep and Nightmare collective, and Tara Bush.< Less
Diet Soap #3: Sabotage By Various Saboteurs
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Diet Soap issue #3 has the theme of Sabotage and features fiction, non-fiction, poetry and art by Doug Lain, William Peacock, Genevieve Valentine, Brian Brown, Rosanne Griffeth, Howard Waldrop,... More > Steven Utley, Patricia Russo, Joshua Siegal, Heather Bell, James Maxwell, Gord Sellar, Brandon Chan-Yung, Louise Norlie, the Against Sleep and Nightmare collective, and Tara Bush.< Less