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Leaning On Lily By Dana Caldarone & KeAndra Markram
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This is the story of an epic conflict between two families. The wealth and ruthlessness of the Bookmans is pitted against the resilience of the Thompsons and their secret weapon, Tommy Thompson, the... More > Vietnam vet. It is the story of a slow-burning, inextinguishable love that grows between Russ Thompson, a math teacher, and Lily Flores, a fragile poet seeking sanctuary. And it is also the story of two women, released from their suffocating marriages to find new lives, supported by their friends, their families,and by each other.< Less
Leaning on Lily By Dana Caldarone & KeAndra Markram
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This is the story of an epic conflict between two families. The wealth and ruthlessness of the Bookmans is pitted against the resilience of the Thompsons and their secret weapon, Tommy Thompson, the... More > Vietnam vet. It is the story of a slow-burning, inextinguishable love that grows between Russ Thompson, a math teacher, and Lily Flores, a fragile poet seeking sanctuary. And it is also the story of two women, released from their suffocating marriages to find new lives, supported by their friends, their families, and by each other.< Less
Music Crystals By Hale Thatcher
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These poems were written in many sanctuaries, retreats, islands, estates, cabins, shacks and camps throughout the Pacific Northwest, Montana and Mexico. Hale Thatcher is a poet, a hermit, a vagabond... More > and the author of twelve books, and music and poetry CDs, tapes and film. “I like Hale Thatcher’s poetry because it comes to the edge of the supernatural and then stays there. But it is really our own, shared world; the natural perceived with such pure wonder, through such clear senses, that it seems supernatural. And it is very beautiful writing.” —THOM GUNN. “A poet of deep and penetrating talent.” —CECILE PINEDA. “Not just a nature poet, he is a primitive, a visionary. He is to poetry what Henri Rousseau is to painting.” —PATRICK BRINTON. “The bold imagery, the magic of place, the sense of color and rhythm, produce a new voice in American poetry.” —SILAS GREEN.< Less
DONNE RIGHTING POETRY By DAVID ROYCE PHILLIPS
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DONNE RIGHTING POETRY While his duties as a language teacher keep him close to his suburban sanctuary, DAVID ROYCE PHILLIPS revels in his journeys both real and imagined. His real ones have taken... More > him overseas reading poetry from Paris to Prague. As a graduate student at McMaster University, David wrote his Masters thesis on poet Charles Baudelaire. His own poetry can be found in Canadian Author, Canadian Writerʼs Journal, Hamilton Spectator, Tower, Tidepool, Top 40 Anthology, Arts Beat Magazine and Kairos.< Less
Even In My Dreams - A collection of vegan poems By Emma Letessier
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'Even in my dreams - a collection of vegan poems' is one of the first anthologies of its kind. With entries from over 30 vegan poets from around the world, this book allows you to explore the full... More > spectrum of emotions experienced as a vegan. There are poems that speak with joy, sadness, despair, horror, frustration, confusion, triumph, hope, gratitude, humour and sarcasm. "A beautiful volume of always touching, sometimes funny, and invariably accessible poems about why animals matter and why vegans stand up for them." - Victoria Moran, author, podcaster, and Academy director: Main Street Vegan. All profits from this book go towards the Barefoot Vegan Farm & Animal Sanctuary - BarefootVeganFarm.com< Less
Maronda Mashanu: The History Of A Community By Murray Steele
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The Maronda Mashona (Five Wounds of Christ) community was set up in colonial Zimbabwe just over a century ago by the missionary, poet, redoubtable champion of African rights and fierce critic of... More > imperialist oppression, Rev Arthur Shearly Cripps. This book describes the evolution of the community from its beginnings as a mission sanctuary for black people who had been deprived of their lands or had suffered oppression at the hands of white farmers and officials. Following Cripps's death in 1952, the Maronda Mashona community evolved into a conjunction of small-scale landholders and communal area cultivators, tied together by their common identification with the legacy of Baba Cripps. It is the culmination of the author's long association with the Maronda Mashanu community, going back several decades, and is based on extensive oral and documentary evidence.< Less

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