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Bartleby Snopes Issue 9 By Nathaniel Tower et al.
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The 9th Issue of Bartleby Snopes features our five Dialogue Contest finalists, our five Story of the Month winners from the second half of 2012, and a handful of great staff selections. Contributors... More > to this issue include: Andrew Battershill, Carly Berg, Mandy Alyss Brown, Joshua Browning, Matthew Burnside, Frank Cademartori, Peter DeMarco, Christopher DeWan, Chris DeWildt, Chris Fradkin, Parker Fritz, Kristen Forbes, Daniel J. Glendening, Jeremy Gluck, Tawnysha Greene, Ted Haynes, Bob Kalreuter, Steve Karas, Will Kaufman, Brian Kayser, Joseph Lambach, Anna Llewellyn, Gregory Marlow, Amanda Morris, Uzodinma Okehi, Jim Ryals, Michael Schrimper, Samuel Snoek-Brown, Lee Stoops, Katherine D. Stutzman, and Dillon J. Welch.< Less
Bartleby Snopes Issue 9 By Nathaniel Tower et al.
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The 9th Issue of Bartleby Snopes features our five Dialogue Contest finalists, our six Story of the Month winners from the second half of 2012, and a handful of great staff selections. Contributors... More > to this issue include: Andrew Battershill, Carly Berg, Mandy Alyss Brown, Joshua Browning, Matthew Burnside, Frank Cademartori, Peter DeMarco, Christopher DeWan, Chris DeWildt, Chris Fradkin, Parker Fritz, Kristen Forbes, Daniel J. Glendening, Jeremy Gluck, Tawnysha Greene, Ted Haynes, Bob Kalkreuter, Steve Karas, Will Kaufman, Brian Kayser, Joseph Lambach, Anna Llewellyn, Gregory Marlow, Amanda Morris, Uzodinma Okehi, Jim Ryals, Michael Schrimper, Samuel Snoek-Brown, Lee Stoops, Katherine D. Stutzman, and Dillon J. Welch.< Less
Bartleby Snopes Issue 11 By Nathaniel Tower & Bartleby Snopes
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Bartleby Snopes Issue 11 features stories and artwork from 34 authors and artists, including the 5 finalists from our 5th Annual Dialogue Only Contest. Issue 11 brings a great variety of fiction and... More > art from new and established authors such as Taira Anderson, Barbara Barrow, Elizabeth Brown, Frank Cademartori, David Callihan, Catherine Carberry, Christopher DiCicco, James Ducat, Chris Fradkin, John Hair, Rick Hodges, Tom Howard, William Lemon, Ted Lietz, Rory Fleming, Kelly Fordon, Ronald Friedman, Rana McCole, Elizabeth Maria Naranjo, h. l. nelson, Ben Orlando, Jay O'Shea, Joseph Michael Owens, Gary Powell, Michael Royce, Robyn Ryle, Vincent Scarpa, Jhaki Schneller, Susan Solomon, Daniel Thompson, Kevin Tosca, Virgie Townsend, Denis Underwood, and Dave Witty.< Less
Medicine By Dave Suggs, Jr.
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A collectin of seven gripping short stories, Medicine and Other Works is a one-stop shop to award-winning stories that have appeared in popular magazines and contests all over America. These stories... More > have touched the lives of thousands of readers.< Less
Medicine By Dave Suggs, Jr.
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A collectin of seven gripping short stories, Medicine and Other Works is a one-stop shop to award-winning stories that have appeared in popular magazines and contests all over America. These stories... More > have touched the lives of thousands of readers.< Less
Philosophy and Literature in the Works of Bertrand Russell By Marya Rozanova
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This book is devoted to the interpenetration of contemporary philosophy into literature, and the philosophy of Bertrand Russell concerning literary aspect along with the dialogue among cultures.
The Importance of Technology to the Transcendental Future By John O'Loughlin
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This project was first conceived in the winter of 1981-2 and is the literary, or philosophical, sequel, in a sense, to 'The Way of Evolution', a volume of essays and aphorisms dating from 1981. ... More > Like that, this project also embraces technology in relation to transcendentalism, which is at the crux of its central argument, namely the importance of technology from a transcendental standpoint, and it could pose a new challenge both to how we regard technology and the purposes to which we would ideally like to see it harnessed in the decades and centuries to come. The cover, featuring what we believe to be a space station and/or satellite, would appear to illustrate the author's bias where the connection between technology and transcendentalism is concerned.< Less
Cast A Cold Eye By k m koenigs
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From the author of Kramm we are now presented with a murder mystery set in the numbing deepfreeze of January on the gray gritty streets of Milwaukee. The frozen body of a much-hated local artist is... More > found abandoned atop the tallest building in the city. Detective Harry Kelso and his partner Jack Raney must find out how and why he ended up there. Along the way the reader makes the acquaintances of a half-mad professor of German philosophy, a slime bag realtor from L.A., an alcoholic sad sack turned voyeur, the hot-bodied ex-girlfriend of the deceased, and many other suspects and informants. In the depiction of Homicide detectives Kelso and Raney we are drawn into the public and private worlds of two lonely bachelors of entirely different personalities: the hard drinker and the teetotaler, the junk food addict and the health nut, the pessimist and the cool stoic. Action, fast-paced dialogue, local color and even some urban history all make for a great hardboiled read in Cast A Cold Eye.< Less
Bioethics and Medical Issues in Literature By Mahala Yates Stripling
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Many of the bioethical and medical issues challenging society today have been anticipated and addressed in literature ranging from Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Albert Camus’s The Plague, to... More > Margaret Edson's Wit. The ten works of fiction explored in this book stimulate lively dialogue on topics like bioterrorism, cloning, organ transplants, obesity and heart disease, sexually transmitted diseases, and civil and human rights. This interdisciplinary and multicultural approach introducing literature across the curricula helps students master medical and bioethical concepts brought about by advances in science and technology, bringing philosophy into the world of science.< Less
The Complete Review: Eleven Years, 2500 Reviews - A Site History By M.A. Orthofer
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A Site History of the Complete Review and its Literary Saloon, with commentary on diverse and sundry related matters. Online since 1999, the Complete Review is a leading online resource for... More > information about international literature, with over 2500 titles under review. This volume presents the history of and chronicles the changes at the site over the past decade, and in online literary coverage over that same period. Includes twelve representative reviews from the site, and a Literary Saloon dialogue.< Less

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