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Love and Needles By Amanda Kelley
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This is a collection of short stories, poems and experiences written by a college student. I write about a lot of things, and I write to survive. These stories are like my heroin, injected into my... More > veins with a needle to fuel my curiosity, creativity and passions for art and love. Try and see yourselves in my characters. Put yourselves in these experiences. Let reading and feeling become your addiction.< Less
Needle Magazine - Spring 2014 By Steve Weddle
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Needle Magazine is hardboiled, lean and mean. Crime fiction from some of the best -- Heath Lowrance, Rob W. Hart, Patti Abbott, Taylor Brown, Jen Conley, Stephen D. Rogers, Court Merrigan, Sandra... More > Seamans, Trent England, Christopher L. Irvin, William Boyle, William Dylan Powell, and Tom Joyce. Cover art by Scott Morse.< Less
Through Eyes Of Needles By Gwendolyn Thomas GATH
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Through Eyes Of Needles embarks upon a multitude of love. In reading the passages, one may be caused to conjure thoughts of love interludes and sparks of poetic imaginations. Inside you will find... More > titles such as: "We Blossom, The Magic That You Bring, Traces of Sweetness, Southern Love." Cover art created and copyrighted to author Gwendolyn Thomas Gath.< Less
Needle Magazine - Fall 2011 By Steve Weddle
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Features the final installment of Ray Banks's WOLF TICKETS, as well as the previously unpublished "Sweet Amy" from Gil Brewer. Also includes new fiction from Michael Sheedy, Peter Morin,... More > Michael Moreci, Alan Leverone, Nolan Knight, Gil Brewer, David James Keaton, Andrew Hook, Daniel Davis, Michael Oliveri, Stephen D. Rogers, Keith Rawson, Art Taylor, and Holly West. Needle Magazine is hardboiled, lean and mean. No silly reviews. No poetry. No advertising. Nothing but hard hitting stories. In your face and busting up your kiss-maker. Kapow.< Less
Art In Needle Work: A Book About Embroidery By Lewis F. Day
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Embroidery begins with the needle, and the needle (thorn, fish-bone, or whatever it may have been) came into use so soon as ever savages had the wit to sew skins and things together to keep... More > themselves warm—modesty, we may take it, was an afterthought—and if the stitches made any sort of pattern, as coarse stitching naturally would, that was embroidery. The term is often vaguely used to denote all kinds of ornamental needlework, and some with which the needle has nothing to do. That is misleading; though it is true that embroidery does touch, on the one side, tapestry, which may be described as a kind of embroidery with the shuttle, and, on the other, lace, which is needlework pure and simple, construction "in the air" as the Italian name has it. The term is used in common parlance to express any kind of superficial or superfluous ornamentation. A poet is said to embroider the truth. But such metaphorical use of the word hints at the real nature of the work—embellishment, enrichment, added.< Less
Needle Culture: Contemporary Mixed Media Textiles By Darcy Falk, Juliarose Loffredo
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Provocative, controversial, sublime, and funny textile artworks, including beaded and knitted works, textile collage, art quilts, embroideries, and weavings. Catalog for the art exhibition, Needle... More > Culture: Contemporary Mixed Media Textiles, on display from May 20 through June 24, 2006 at the Coconino Center for the Arts, Flagstaff, Arizona.< Less
PHilippa's Secret (Part Seven) - The Needle in the Haystack By Jacquie Brockman
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Emily Soames arrived at CHS full of 'sin'. Her conduct was nothing sort of being 'labelled' bad. Then there was Denise and the art competition. The 7th in the series 'Philippa's Secret'
PHilippa's Secret (Part Seven) - The Needle in the Haystack By Jacquie Brockman
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Emily Soames arrived at CHS full of 'sin'. Her conduct was nothing sort of being 'labelled' bad. Then there was Denise and the art competition. The 7th in the series 'Philippa's Secret'
The Ancient Art of Susuk By Pinky Toky
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Susuk refers to the ancient art of inserting foreign objects (e.g. gold needle) under the skin for beauty or other purposes. It has its roots in the Malayan culture and is commonly practised in... More > Southeast Asia. It is believed that the susuk charm must be removed before death, otherwise the person will die a slow, painful death.< Less
The Art Treasure Murders By John L. Benton
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Pulpville Press Presents: STEPHEN DUANE, FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION He had a justly famous record with the F.B.I., and through a maze of violent action and stealthy murder, he traces the ART... More > TREASURE MURDERS to their startling denouement. Some of the greatest of the world’s paintings—slit from their frames in the great museums of Europe by the deft hand of the “Surgeon”, so-called because the stroke of his knife is as deft and unerring as that of the greatest in the medical world. Then a wealthy art dealer of Boston is stabbed to death by the single thrust of a needle-pointed knife. A New York portrait painter meets the same dark death. A collector, a gallery clerk, an art salesman… Through the American art world strikes the terror of the needle-pointed knife. Is it the knife of the “Surgeon”? Special Agent Stephen Duane of the F.B.I. stepped into the case when Charles Francis Coleman was found in his car stabbed to death.< Less