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Humorous Ghost Stories By Dorothy Scarborough
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Includes: An introduction by Dorothy Scarborough -- The Canterville ghost / by Oscar Wilde -- The ghost-extinguisher / by Gelett Burgess -- "Dey ain't no ghosts" / by Ellis Parker Butler --... More > The transferred ghost / by Frank R. Stockton -- The mummy's foot / Théophile Gautier -- The rival ghosts / Brander Matthews -- The water ghost of Harrowby Hall / by John Kendrick Bangs -- Back from that bourne / Anonymous -- The ghost-ship / by Richard Middleton -- The transplanted ghost / by Wallace Irwin -- The last ghost in Harmony / by Nelson LLoyd -- The ghost of Miser Brimpson / by Eden Phillpotts -- The haunted photograph / by Ruth McEnery Stuart -- The ghost that got the button / by Will Adams -- The specter bridegroom / by Washington Irving -- The specter of Tappington / compiled by Richard Barham -- In the barn / by Burges Johnson -- A shady plot / by Elsie Brown -- The lady and the ghost / by Rose Cecil O'Neill.< Less
When Evolution Stops By Armando Simon
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Evolution is a fact. The evidence for it is simply overwhelming. However, the original mechanism that generates the evolutionary process, as first put forth simultaneously by Charles Darwin and... More > Alfred R. Wallace and which became known as Natural Selection, has now been seen to be too simplistic by some scientists aside from hard-core neo-Darwinists, who insist that nothing whatsoever is wrong with the original, classical, theory. This book examines in detail the flaws in the original mechanism and puts forth an alternate theory based heavily on the work of Nobel Prize laureate Barbara McClintock. At its basis, the present theory postulates that it is extraterrestrial impacts, with the occasionally resulting volcanism, that is the generating power for speciation. Whereas the classical theory postulated that evolutionary change was brought about by the individual organism, this theory claims that evolution is imposed on the organism.< Less
from east to west: bicoastal verse (print edition #1) By Ray Sweatman & PJ Nights
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A lively selection from three years of featured poets at the journal "from east to west: bicoastal verse" including Jack Anders, Coleen Shin, John Sweet, April Ossmann, James Lineberger,... More > Jalina Mhyana, Tara Birch, Terry Lucas, PJ Nights, Tammy Trendle, Valentina Bonnaire, Dorothy D. Mienko, AnnMarie Eldon, Chris Crittenden, Kerri Rochelle, Tasha Klein, Wendy Howe, Jill Chan, Jennifer VanBuren, Craig Kirchner, Jenni Russell, Edward J. O’Brien, Cherilyn Ferroggario, Paul Adrian Mabelis, Gary Lawless, Christine Kiefer, Neil C. Leach, Jr., Graeme Mullen, Sarah Wilson, Ray Sweatman, Tom Blessing, Yolanda Calderon-Horn, and George Wallace.< Less
In the Country of Last Refuge By Evonne M. Davis & Emma Wilcox
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The third annual In the Country of Last Things exhibition. Themes in exploration this year are geography, communication and violence. The artists: Bami Adedoyin, Becca Albee, Scott Andresen, AWG,... More > Ryan Barone, Michael Paul Britto, Lori Brown, Alexander Conner, Patricia Dahlman, Peter Feigenbaum, Asha Ganpat, Dana Hanmer, Travis Hanmer, Michael Itkoff, Katarina Jerinic, Maureen Kelleher, John Maters, Sarah McCann, Stephen McKenzie, Traci Molloy, Lucas Monaco, Owen Mundy + Joelle Dietrick, Leah Oates, Deborah Orloff, Joan Pamboukes, Mike Pare, Jean-Gabriel Periot, Elisa Pritzker, Sara Ross, Anne Schiffer, Calla Thompson, Joe Waks, Barbara Wallace, Michelle Wilson< Less
spoKe 2 By Kevin Gallagher
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In this issue we have four special features. First, we present new poets from Uruguay. The home of Mario Benedetti has sprouted a whole new idiom of poetic voice. We also feature the... More > “Minute-Operas” of Frédéric Forte, translated from the French. Alongside these innovations from across the world, we feature new translations of Catullus by Len Krisak. Finally, we end our feature section with the work of Boston’s Ben Mazer. Alongside these features we have poetry from William Corbett, Margo Lockwood, Mark Lamoureux, Doug Holder, Patrick Pritchett and others. We also feature essays and criticism, including Christopher Ricks on T. S. Eliot and Bob Dylan, Dale Smith on Charles Olson, Rachelle Lerner on Kenneth Rexroth’s The Dragon and the Unicorn, Ruth Lepson on Robert Creeley, Kevin Bowen on Taylor Stoehr, and Paul Mariani on Wallace Stevens.< Less
Spoke 2 By kevin gallagher
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In this issue we have four special features. First, we present new poets from Uruguay. The home of Mario Benedetti has sprouted a whole new idiom of poetic voice. We also feature the... More > “Minute-Operas” of Frédéric Forte, translated from the French. Alongside these innovations from across the world, we feature new translations of Catullus by Len Krisak. Finally, we end our feature section with the work of Boston’s Ben Mazer. Alongside these features we have poetry from William Corbett, Margo Lockwood, Mark Lamoureux, Doug Holder, Patrick Pritchett and others. We also feature essays and criticism, including Christopher Ricks on T. S. Eliot and Bob Dylan, Dale Smith on Charles Olson, Rachelle Lerner on Kenneth Rexroth’s The Dragon and the Unicorn, Ruth Lepson on Robert Creeley, Kevin Bowen on Taylor Stoehr, and Paul Mariani on Wallace Stevens.< Less
Edwin Landseer: 101 Masterpieces By Maria Tsaneva
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Sir Edwin Henry Landseer was an English painter, well known for his paintings of animals — particularly horses, dogs and stags. The best known of Landseer's works, however, are sculptures: the... More > lions in Trafalgar Square, London. Much of his fame—and his income—was generated by the publication of engravings of his work, many of them by brother Thomas. Reproductions of his works were common in middle-class homes, while he was also popular with the aristocracy. Queen Victoria commissioned numerous pictures from the artists. Initially asked to paint various royal pets, he then moved on to portraits of ghillies and gamekeepers. Landseer was particularly associated with Scotland, which he had first visited in 1824 and the Highlands in particular, which provided the subjects for many of his important paintings. His works can be found in Tate Britain, the Victoria and Albert Museum, Kenwood House and the Wallace Collection in London.< Less
Ain't That Margie's Boy, Boot? By Harvey Degree
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Harvey Butaleon Degree Sr. has mixed Christian Praise and Poetry together to give thanks to my mother Margie Louise Wallace Degree who taught me to write, draw, to color, and to read when I was four... More > years old. This was before mama had my ten other brothers and sisters, thus the stress of heavy responsibility. “My mama left a strong impression on me,” said Harvey Degree. “That as a parent and role model, not only do I teach my children, but my children’s children, and their children’s children after that. Thank you mama. I will cherish your memory forever. Harvey writes song lyrics at Restoration Church International, where he co-wrote the television ministry theme song, “Blessed and Highly Favored”.< Less
Ain't That Margie's Boy, Boot? By Harvey Degree
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Harvey Butaleon Degree Sr. has mixed Christian Praise and Poetry together to give thanks to my mother Margie Louise Wallace Degree who taught me to write, draw, to color, and to read when I was four... More > years old. This was before mama had my ten other brothers and sisters, thus the stress of heavy responsibility. “My mama left a strong impression on me,” said Harvey Degree. “That as a parent and role model, not only do I teach my children, but my children’s children, and their children’s children after that. Thank you mama. I will cherish your memory forever. Harvey writes song lyrics at Restoration Church International, where he co-wrote the television ministry theme song, “Blessed and Highly Favored”.< Less
from east to west: bicoastal verse (print edition #1) By Ray Sweatman & PJ Nights
Paperback: $10.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
(5 Ratings)
A lively selection from three years of featured poets at the journal "from east to west: bicoastal verse" including Jack Anders, Coleen Shin, John Sweet, April Ossmann, James Lineberger,... More > Jalina Mhyana, Tara Birch, Terry Lucas, PJ Nights, Tammy Trendle, Valentina Bonnaire, Dorothy D. Mienko, AnnMarie Eldon, Chris Crittenden, Kerri Rochelle, Tasha Klein, Wendy Howe, Jill Chan, Jennifer VanBuren, Craig Kirchner, Jenni Russell, Edward J. O’Brien, Cherilyn Ferroggario, Paul Adrian Mabelis, Gary Lawless, Christine Kiefer, Neil C. Leach, Jr., Graeme Mullen, Sarah Wilson, Ray Sweatman, Tom Blessing, Yolanda Calderon-Horn, and George Wallace.< Less

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