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Ibbetson Street #33 By Doug Holder
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In this current issue of Ibbetson Street we are glad to have the work of Brendan Galvin, Richard Hoffman, Rhina Espalliat, Marge Piercy, Diana Der-Hovanessian, Jean Valentine and others. On the front... More > cover you will notice the Ibbetson Street/Somerville Ave. sign. This is an artful rendition of the sign that marked the first front cover of Ibbetson Street in 1999 as well as marking the first location for the press. The back cover, a painting by Ibbetson Street Press Art/Editor Richard Wilhelm, is a signature scene from the city of Somerville, Massachusetts, where our press continues to thrive.< Less
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Stanley Alexander Martin, or, Nana Baba Jah-Aye....The so-called mentor of "MOVEMENT 5"....Just WHERE is he in all of IT!?.... ...I re-Construct! Nan
The Streets of Harlem Part 2 By Lester Marrow
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The Streets of Harlem (part 2) explains everything that the first edition could not! Lester Marrow explains how Class-ism of today becomes our newest form of Racism. Keywords related to this gripping... More > novel should give a better detail of what's installed ... The Generation Gap, Drug Related, Romance, Ignorance, Road to Recovery, The Music Industry, Ball Players, Politrixx, Organizations, Film Making, Problems, Solutions, Lovers, Haters, Strippers, Gays, Lesbians, Convictions, The Law, The Job, The Reasons, Murder, Robbery, Education, Loyalty, Leaders, Presidents, Rich People Poor People Terrorist, Politicians, Life, Death, The Past, The Present and The Future.. "IF You're not the part of the solution You're the part of the problem"< Less
The First Walker Street Biennial By Jerry Cullum, editor
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The proliferation of biennials, usually involving the importation to small locales of an internationally recognized curator, raises enormous questions of power and responsibility. Maurizio Cattelan... More > offered an implicit critique (or maybe just enjoyed a vacation in the sun) by staging a Sixth Caribbean Biennial in which no works of art were on view. In reverse fashion, documenting the art of a biennial that never took place serves the function of making more visible some existing work, by Brandy Worsfold and Tom Wegrzynowski. The exhibitions of which installation shots appear in this book took place elsewhere and were seen by few people. This documentation, which was briefly available in one Walker Street gallery, has the potential of reaching more viewers than a physical Walker Street Biennial would have had. It should be noted that Walker Street is not only a street with two extremely hip galleries, it is one of the shortest streets in Atlanta, making it the ideal location for this not-quite-virtual biennial.< Less
Rooster on Main Street By Robert Santacroce
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Rooster on Main Street is a collection of short stories I have derived from daily experiences in and around Barra de Navidad; my new home. I've attempted to capture and portray the... More > exuberance of the people enjoying their families, their friends and their work.  Here in Barra, there is no great mystery to the art of living happily, and the residents remind us of this throughout our day.   It is a constant stream of colorful surprises that I am privileged  to be a part of, and with little effort, the rewards have been greater than expected.< Less
Tales of Mean Streets By Arthur Morrison
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Arthur George Morrison (1 November 1863 – 4 December 1945)... More > was an English writer and journalist known for his realistic novels and stories about working-class life in London's East End, and for his detective stories, featuring the detective Martin Hewitt. He also collected Japanese art and published several works on the subject. He left a large collection of paintings and other works of art to the British Museum after his death in 1945. Morrison's best known work of fiction is his novel A Child of the Jago (1896).Morrison was born in Poplar, in the East End of London, on 1 November 1863. His father George was an engine fitter at the London Docks. George died in 1871 of tuberculosis, leaving his wife Jane with three children including Arthur. Arthur spent his youth in the East End. Excerpt from:< Less
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Learn the “art of persuasion” of the last half-century’s heavy hitters in selling and sales training! Learn the secrets of closing sales! With this sales skill training blueprint... More > you will be able to meet higher sales goals by closing more sales! Go from losing sales to closing sales! If there was a “magic formula” of sales closing techniques you could use to double your sales – again and again – wouldn’t you want to know what it is? Of course you would! There’s not just one magic selling formula. There are dozens of them! No, they’re not really magic, but you’ll think they are! They are really that effective!< Less
Ibbetson Street #36 By Doug Holder
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Well, yet another Ibbetson Street has arrived. You will note the striking front cover – an arresting photograph of an enigmatic spiral staircase from Jennifer Matthews, with splendid graphic... More > touches (note the spectral birds) by Rose Gardina. On the back, our long time contributor the accomplished artist Bridget Galway, has a haunting painting of a woman captured in the face of a clock – of all things. Ah! sweet mystery of life! Not only do we have fine art, but we have our usual lineup of fine poetic talent with folks like Jean Valentine, George Kalogeris, Teisha Twomey, Marge Piercy, Kathleen Spivack, X. J. Kennedy, Diana Der Hovanessian, Victor Howes, Mike Ansara, Rhina P. Espaillat, Maggie Dietz and so many others.< Less
Ibbetson Street #32 By Doug Holder
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In this issue we are glad to be featuring the work of Diana Der-Hovanessian, longtime president of the New England Poetry Club. Not only has Diana directed the Poetry Club for decades, arranging... More > countless readings of world-renowned as well as local poets, she has also won numerous awards for her poetry and poetry collections. Diana has written extensively about the Armenian Holocaust and has been a strong voice in making sure this Holocaust will not fall into the dustbin of history. We are also pleased to feature the work of such writers as Afaa Michael Weaver, X.J. Kennedy, Marge Piercy, and many other fine poets. You may also notice the striking photograph on the front cover by Jennifer Matthews, a mysterious, winding, nocturnal street in Perugia, Italy, and a haunting portrait on the back cover by Ibbetson Street Press' art editor Richard Wilhelm.< Less

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