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Zengratti By Jean Boileau
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A tour de force through the darkest corners of the mind and beauty of the soul. Zengratti is a glimpse of one unguarded moment of reflection amidst the chaos and torment of the soul. Corruption of... More > the soul, prose to the heart. So many things can lead us off the beaten track. Temptation takes over and we travel down a road we normally would never dare conceive even as a simple thought. But the forbidden attracts curiosity and without a moment’s pause, we give in and fondle taboo.< Less
Zengratti By Jean Boileau
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A tour de force through the darkest corners of the mind and beauty of the soul. Zengratti is a glimpse of one unguarded moment of reflection amidst the chaos and torment of the soul. Corruption of... More > the soul, prose to the heart. So many things can lead us off the beaten track. Temptation takes over and we travel down a road we normally would never dare conceive even as a simple thought. But the forbidden attracts curiosity and without a moment’s pause, we give in and fondle taboo.< Less
Rogue Elephants By Jane K Hunt
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Rogue Elephants is the witty and self-deprecating autobiographical account of a long PR career, written by Britain’s ‘Best Freelance PR Practitioner’ 2012. Filled with both humour... More > and poignant episodes, the reader is taken on a journey, beginning with the author’s PhD at Cambridge University and the cultural challenges of being the executive secretary at a Japanese stockbroker’s. It sees her launched into a career in in-house PR, before facing huge personal challenges, from alopecia to death threats. The book is sprinkled with funny episodes, bizarre encounters, famous faces and moments of public relations triumph, which will have you wanting to read on. The book ends with the author’s ultimate title triumph in 2012, when she grabbed her award from the hands of Olympian, Colin Jackson and wasn’t prepared to let go! This book is a must for anyone working in public relations and is a witty read for any woman trying to juggle motherhood with a career, or anyone running their own business.< Less
Pages of Spilled Ink By Kettle Run High School's Creative Writing, term 1, 2016
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Dear Readers & Writers, Welcome, and congratulations to all those CW students who published this term! First, I want to thank our lead editors, Madison Kuzma (aka “MadK”) and... More > Phillipe Desamours, as well as all the editors, PR, and layout members for their hard work and commitment to completing this momentous feat. You all will be forever remembered in our Library of Congress! Secondly, the cover page literally and figuratively [thanks to China Douglas and James E. McDonald] explains the books theme: our colors show via our creations, not what we see. As a result students investigated the literary symbolism of colors (Feber) and arranged the book accordingly; each chapter explains the meaning of the color which is then demonstrated in their creative words and photographs. So, enjoy experiencing the true colors of our ever-so-talented, KRHS, Creative Writing I & II students, term 1, 2017. Mrs. Overholt< Less
Philadelphia's Notebooks By Carlos Soto-Román
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Carlos Soto-Román writes from the center of Empire with a sense of play (game pieces included) and clinical examination. His book is the work of an artist/world citizen who critiques the daily... More > interrogations that come with being a new immigrant. The fun fact that Ellis Island was greatly expanded with landfill in the late 19th -early 20th century provides a basis for Soto-Román's signage marking poetry's place in a disposable culture. There are workbook exercises that encourage creative ways to answer the calls for loyalty oaths with a demand for radical possibility the host country includes in its PR material. This work also includes what the USA brand doesn't advertise—isolation and moments of utter despair. It is a truly American poem in that it's internationally inflected, from George Perec to German cinema to self-immolators from all over the world. "Philadelphia's Notebooks" could not be a more artful and timely reminder that “Every heart is a revolutionary cell.”—Frank Sherlock< Less