WARNING: Adult content. This book contains graphic violence, obscene language, and sexual content. 18 or older. Reader discretion is advice.
An enlightened man once said that art can be... More > deadly.
If such a statement is true, what constitutes art?
People can contemplate and have formed their own
definitions for what art truly is. The artist of this story
has his own understanding of art, and for him, art can
be nothing but death. Death is transcendence to the
artist, a peculiar man who sees no value in life.
Through his own art, liberation is the key to existence.
Existence holds many disturbing secrets and grotesque
realities. Do you dare to take the paths of the unending,
interwoven thread that is the Fabric?
Fabric is a dark and horrid tale of destruction, anguish,
and inevitable fate. Enjoy Aghori Shaivite’s first short story
of unapologetic and brutal horror.< Less
A document of a collaborative project undertaken for The Story Museum, Oxford by OB1 LIVE as part of a programme of Live Projects undertaken by year one students of architecture and interior... More > architecture at the School of Architecture, Oxford Brookes University, conceived and run by Jane Anderson and Colin Priest.< Less
Linen underwear, diapers, bed sheets, summer clothes are very healthy for children. While wearing it, it doesn’t grow yellow and old, it only grows whiter and softer. You can boil linen and... More > press it with hot iron, which provides a high degree of sterilization.< Less
Marina Tallis is a smart, cynical, soon-to-be unemployed art historian on a quest to find Fabrice, legendary genius and artistic innovator of the 1960's art scene. Soon she will find herself thrust... More > into a world of artistic and political intrigue and on a voyage of self-discovery.< Less
Since 1943, the U.S. Navy publication Naval Aviation News has carried great stories, pictures, and art about the Navy’s pioneering first pilots, airplanes, and aircraft carriers. Retired... More > Captain B. K. Bryans has compiled these public domain works into Flying on Fabric.
Flying on Fabric contains 124 true stories of those glory days, including several written by Harold “Kiddy” Karr, who flew combat with the French in WW I and became the Navy’s first enlisted pilot. And there are the legends: Glenn Curtiss and Eugene Ely kick-starting it all, “Spuds” Ellyson and “Al” Cunningham pushing the boundaries, and of course, Ken Whiting, a true pioneer of naval aviation.
Retired Rear Admiral J.R. Tate tells of his misadventure with an early parachute and of Admiral “Bull” Halsey—the only senior officer of the time to earn Navy wings by flying the entire syllabus.
This is history presented as a set of remarkable, but true, stories of and by the men who learned to fly and fight on fabric-covered wings.< Less
Eleven-year-old Amal moves to America from her home country, Jordan. She now attends Pines Middle School as the only Muslim, head-covered student. Her personal story, as she goes through her first... More > day of school filled with mixed emotions, will resonate with many young Muslim girls. At the end of it all, will her scarf be a source of hope or despair for her? This refreshing account charts the ups and downs of modern life for a Muslim girl and tells it how it is.
Ages 9+< Less