Fair to Flair Quarterly is not be a magazine in the traditional vein. It includes stories on current wrestling, groundbreaking journalism, and topical analysis, but curated in a way that you can... More > pick up an issue three years after its initial publication and enjoy it from cover to cover. We have a deep, complicated love for this art, and the words printed in its volume will be from the heart.
Fair to Flair Quarterly will not just be a bound compendium of positivity, however. Love is sometimes about pain, sacrifice, longing, and despair. Love is about longing as much as it is about gratification. And boy, do we long as wrestling fans. You know you do too. Love is about giving up the sensible and shooting for the impossible. We’ve all given up so much for this damned thing. It’s time we let the world know how we felt. < Less
Charlotte Burington’s life has taken a turn for the worse. As the daughter of a veteran British General sent to the Colonies to fight against ‘those damned Rebels’, she finds... More > herself exiled to the 18th century provincial town of Darby, Pennsylvania, where life couldn’t get any duller! Until one day her little sister Augusta makes a startling discovery which will propel Charlotte on an exciting and dangerous course that will alter her life and her destiny forever.
"And then she saw him. Like something out of one of the novels she had read when she was at school – the ones her mother forbade."< Less
Phoebe Greenway never imagined when she landed her dream job as an historic interpreter in an 1800's house in Ohio, that her fascination with one of the home’s former occupants would change her... More > destiny. One stormy night while locking the museum, Phoebe is startled by a figure on the stair. Her pursuit of it teaches her the truth of the old adage, ‘Be careful what you wish for…
You just might get it.’
Spanning one hundred and sixty years and the length and breadth of America, GOODNIGHT ROBINSON is a tale of an impossible love set against the back-drop of 21st century Ohio and 19th century California.< Less
Nature’s caprice strikes twice, rocking an Appalachian coal mining town.
In Farmington, West Virginia, a methane explosion blows the top off of a mountain, killing 78 miners.
Subsequently,... More > Congress creates the Miners Enforcement Safety Agency (MESA) to establish a standard of safety in the country’s mines.
Immediately, a nationwide call goes out for veteran miners to police the mines.
In the fiercely-independent Appalachian coalfields in the poorest locale in America--the same fields that drove out the United Mine Workers Local--recruiting inspectors is next to impossible, finding ones who will stand up to the mines’ lawbreakers is impossible.
The impossible appears when AB Stahill, an ex-miner searching for the redemption and determined to find retribution for the death of his father and the derangement of his boyhood friend, uses MESA to give him the means to pursue his end.< Less
Love that could never happen burns in war torn Nicaragua. Vietnam Marine, disfranchised from society, joins mercenary forces known as Freedom Fighers to overthrow Sandinista revolutionaries in... More > Nicaragua. Best intentions go haywire!< Less