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The Movements of the Wind By Tara Meddaugh
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This one act play is a dark comedy/drama for 3 females, 2 males. As wind sweeps through a garden, its inhabitants must confront the volatile effects of Mother Nature, as well as their own evolving... More > natures. The story follows several short, intertwined pieces, as Carrot and Potato, taught to be enemies from birth, struggle to remain friends, Tulip wants more out of life than only her partner, and two pieces of pollen attempt to make a dangerous jump from a dying flower to a fresh one. Through sacrifice and friendship, they must not only survive their trials, but also come to populate another generation.< Less
Movement: Seeking Perfect Lines By Patrick Jennings
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This book is a distillation of the eJournal travelogue's best writing (http://www.synaptic.bc.ca/homepage.htm), the funniest stories, the most poignant and provocative essays, the finest examples of... More > its lyrical, evocative prose. Movement is serious and playful, provocative and reflective, adventuresome and philosophical. There is rant and epiphany, joy and suffering, love and isolation, beauty and squalor. Reading it is a visit with an intimate friend—an incorrigible traveller—who spins spellbinding yarns, describes outlandish sights and shares the essential lessons gleaned from forgotten cultures. No one else has published an experience quite like it.< Less
Playing in the Kitchen By Lavinia Plonka
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Playing in the Kitchen offers a delightful smorgasbord of opportunities for culinary delight, going beyond standard cookbook fare to provide a feast that transcends the five senses. The delicious... More > recipes will tempt your sense of taste. In addition, each recipe contains a Playing With Your Food Section that provides substitution tips, how to avoid kitchen disasters, ways to rescue mistakes and much more. For your sense of humor, there are stories; both traditional folk tales as well as humorous essays that explore subjects like cooking with a significant other, fear of an empty refrigerator, and the universe as a cosmic soup. But what makes Playing in the Kitchen completely unique are the movement explorations designed to make everything from chopping to washing the dishes a pleasurable and ergonomic adventure that awakens your kinesthetic sense. You’ll never cook the same way again!< Less
Playing in the Kitchen By Lavinia Plonka
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Playing in the Kitchen offers a delightful smorgasbord of opportunities for culinary delight, going beyond standard cookbook fare to provide a feast that transcends the five senses. The delicious... More > recipes will tempt your sense of taste. In addition, each recipe contains a Playing With Your Food Section that provides substitution tips, how to avoid kitchen disasters, ways to rescue mistakes and much more. For your sense of humor, there are stories; both traditional folk tales as well as humorous essays that explore subjects like cooking with a significant other, fear of an empty refrigerator, and the universe as a cosmic soup. But what makes Playing in the Kitchen completely unique are the movement explorations designed to make everything from chopping to washing the dishes a pleasurable and ergonomic adventure that awakens your kinesthetic sense. You’ll never cook the same way again!< Less
Coaching Basketball: Teaching Movement Without The Ball By Ronn Wyckoff
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If everyone handled the ball equally, players would spend about 80% of their time on offense without the ball. What do they do to be active, productive and be able to share in having their time with... More > the ball? In this E-Book, all of the crucial concepts for game action requiring moving without the ball will be covered. The author refers to as this as doing your “homework”. Here’s what will be covered: Getting open to receive a pass; Receiving the pass and protecting the ball; What the player who has just made the pass does next.< Less
The Kill Stealer: an Adventure Loosely Based on the Quantified Self Movement By Dean Paul Dominguez
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On his birthday of all days, 13 year old Divi Rogallo gains unspeakable powers after slaying a gargantuan, dozen-headed Terrabird already bloodied and weakened by the army that failed to kill it,... More > making him a person of interest for Clip Sharinggen who is seeking the final member of his mercenary group. The world in which they live is governed by video game mechanics that affect their lives. These mechanics are quantified attributes of a person or nonhuman animal such as life (HP), strength, defense, and speed. These mechanics play a serious role in the world, determining either success or failure for the characters. For this reason, Divi and his mercenary friends are constantly theorizing about these mechanics to ensure their own success. The group ventures through sublime natural landscapes and extreme climates, often to get a shot at their beloved bounty. The mechanics of this story are loosely based on RPG systems in video games and most recently: The Quantified Self Movement.< Less
The Kill Stealer: An Adventure Loosely Based on the Quantified Self Movement By Dean Paul Dominguez
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On his birthday of all days, 13 year old Divi Rogallo gains unspeakable powers after slaying a gargantuan, dozen-headed Terrabird already bloodied and weakened by the army that failed to kill it,... More > making him a person of interest for mercenary leader Clip Sharinggen who is seeking the final member of his mercenary group. The world in which the characters live is governed heavily by video game mechanics that affect their lives. These mechanics play a serious role in the world, determining either success or failure for the characters. For this reason, Divi and his mercenary friends are constantly theorizing about these mechanics to ensure their own success in the jobs for which they sign up. The group ventures through sublime natural landscapes and extreme climates, often to get a shot at their beloved bounty. Themes vary from philosophy, video games, and most recently: The Quantified Self Movement.< Less
The Art and Craft of Play Directing By David Stevens
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Theatre is an interpretive art based upon a director's emotional reaction to reading a play and imagining a production of that play. Before the audience experiences the production, the director must... More > go through a process, part art and part craft, to create it. This book is intended to introduce undergraduate students with a solid theatre background to that process. Stevens includes chapters covering theatre and art, the interpretation of the script, composition and movement, working with actors, and matters of style. Each chapter contains exercises in order for students to consolidate what they have learned. The complete text of John Millington Synge's "Riders to the Sea" is included as an example and study text, and Stevens relates many examples from his own rich directing background. Twenty production photos, two sample floor plans, and numerous diagrams round out the text. The study of directing is a life-long project, and in this book Stevens provides a basis for that study.< Less
The Game of Life and How to Play It By Florence Scovel Shinn
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Florence Scovel Shinn, an illustrator living in New York City, became a teacher of New Thought after a divorce. New Thought was a movement which holds the belief that individuals can create their own... More > reality through intentional thoughts and prayer, much like the current Law of Attraction movement. The Game of Life and How to Play It is her first book, and is a remarkable book meant for a genteel female audience.< Less
I Sense: At Play in the Field of Healing By Sam Berne
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In his new book I Sense: At Play in the Field of Healing, Dr. Sam Berne describes a paradigm shift that brings together vision science, somatic awareness, and energy-based healing. Using a cutting... More > edge approach that expands human potential, Dr. Berne facilitates his patients’ physical, emotional, and spiritual healing with modalities including Behavioral Optometry, Biofield Analysis, Light Therapy, Continuum Movement, Craniosacral Therapy, Medicinal Essential Oils, and Dolphin-Assisted Therapy.< Less