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The Invincible Alice By Alice L. Luckhardt
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Alice L. Walters Wallace - is a Florida-raised, privileged, educated and lovely young woman in 1940. Yet, over the next 67 years she endured numerous personal illnesses, family deaths and four... More > different husbands within a dozen years. She questioned herself, why such dreadful and terrible things continually happened to her and those around her. She always remained the tower of strength for everyone. Her friends and family alike agreed Alice appeared to be the invincible woman, the unflinching rock or harbor, where a person felt secure. Surrender to fate was not how she approached life. Living life to its fullest; whether being a pilot, model, businesswoman or nurse, she attempted it all. Her life is an inspiration to countless people and she has taught by example. The phrases, “Why me?” or “I can not do this!” have never been a part of her vocabulary. Alice is a “can do” person, one with eternal passion, drive and endurance. This is her story.< Less
One Foot in the Grave By R. A. Christmas
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We all die—but we all die differently. It's not death's certainty, but it's unpredictability, that troubles us—the when, where, and how of death, rather than the fact. Whether our... More > deaths come by accident, illness, old-age, or other people, it's always too late to turn back—hopefully not writhing in agony or blubbering like cowards. “Death,” according to poet Wallace Stevens, “is the mother of beauty”--and these poems, beautiful and not. Most are meditations on what (or who) kills us--and what makes that killing somehow endurable—faith, a sense of humor, honesty, and courage. This poet is an often married Mormon man, growing older (but perhaps not up). He writes about the things and people in his life, as artfully as he's able. But he doesn't know a danged thing more about his death than you do about yours.< Less
On the cusp By David Smernoff
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The official catalog from the traveling exhibition and sale "On the Cusp: Realism’s Transition to Impressionism in the Landscapes of America & Beyond." The fifty-six page... More > catalog features twenty color illustrations of landscape paintings capturing the pivotal moment from the 1870s to the 1930s within the art world. Some artists in the show, include: Louis H. Richardson [1853-1923], Charles William MacCord [1852-1923], English painter John Mallard Bromley [1858-1939], Harry “Hal” Robinson [1867-1933], Arthur E. Schneider [1866-1942], Harry Victor Law [1866-1952], Carra Perkins (Taylor) Cope [1880-1971], and Allen (Carter) Christian Redwood [1844-1922], and more. The show premieres at the Greenwich Winter Antiques Show, Eastern Greenwich Civic Center, Old Greenwich, CT from December 2-4, 2016 and then travels to The Art, Design & Antiques Show, Wallace Hall, Church of St. Ignatius Loyola, 980 Park Avenue at 84th Street, New York, NY from January 20-22, 2017. Essay by William E Indursky< Less
Biological Imperative By Emma Wilcox
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Structured around what the Tissue Culture and Art Project has called “cultural perceptions of life,” Biological Imperative freely mixes ideas of partial personhood, the possibilities of... More > regeneration, multiples, fecundity, the semi-living, and the undead (things that just won’t die.) The exhibition posits linkage between disparate references such as (but not limited to) the undying popularity of the zombie genre, rabbit imagery, pirate radio and bioethical quandaries. Artists: Andrea Aimi, Brandon Ballengée, Michael Betancourt, Ana Black, David Blair, William Brovelli, Charlesworth, Lewandowski & Mann, Elio Caccavale, Sean Capone, Steven Dressler, Eva Drangsholt, Tagny Duff, Aganetha & Richard Dyck, Lucia Fabio, Asha Ganpat, Daphne Gerou, Nora Herting, Verena Kaminiarz, Jennifer Mazza, Jillian McDonald, Stephanie Metz, Lydia Moyer, Roger Sayre, David Sherry, Laura Splan, Brian Spolans, Ajla R. Steinvåg, Naoe Suzuki, Delmira Valladares, Maria Wallace< Less
A Crisp Café By Lewis Brown
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250 single page 21st century poems from a writer who refined his approach to poetry during the San Francisco Renaissance of the 1950s and 60s. The book is graced by collages prepared by his daughter... More > who was born then and whose work reflects some homage to her father's then friend, Jess Collins, whose own works gained prominence at that same time. Brown's approach he believes is shaped by his admiration for the poetry of Wallace Stevens, John Berryman and Jack Spicer. From his poem, "Chase Away": "The words Crumby wants have no shape, not fingerprints,/ just mortal meandering that goes from breakfast to supper,/ mentioning a quiver, a slight pain, an excitement, or colors/ that keep the snarling dog at bay, that while away the day." Kevin Killian wrote: "Shake any three poems out of this box of cards, flip them over, get ready to laugh and get ready to feel your consciousness blip to the surface, like bubbles in the best champagne."< Less
The Invincible Alice By Alice L. Luckhardt
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Alice L. Walters Wallace - is a Florida-raised, privileged, educated and lovely young woman in 1940. Yet, over the next 67 years she endured numerous personal illnesses, family deaths and four... More > different husbands within a dozen years. She questioned herself, why such dreadful and terrible things continually happened to her and those around her. She always remained the tower of strength for everyone. Her friends and family alike agreed Alice appeared to be the invincible woman, the unflinching rock or harbor, where a person felt secure. Surrender to fate was not how she approached life. Living life to its fullest; whether being a pilot, model, businesswoman or nurse, she attempted it all. Her life is an inspiration to countless people and she has taught by example. The phrases, “Why me?” or “I can not do this!” have never been a part of her vocabulary. Alice is a “can do” person, one with eternal passion, drive and endurance. This is her story.< Less
Biological Imperative By Emma Wilcox
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Structured around what the Tissue Culture and Art Project has called “cultural perceptions of life,” Biological Imperative freely mixes ideas of partial personhood, the possibilities of... More > regeneration, multiples, fecundity, the semi-living, and the undead (things that just won’t die.) The exhibition posits linkage between disparate references such as (but not limited to) the undying popularity of the zombie genre, rabbit imagery, pirate radio and bioethical quandaries. Artists: Andrea Aimi, Brandon Ballengée, Michael Betancourt, Ana Black, David Blair, William Brovelli, Charlesworth, Lewandowski & Mann, Elio Caccavale, Sean Capone, Steven Dressler, Eva Drangsholt, Tagny Duff, Aganetha & Richard Dyck, Lucia Fabio, Asha Ganpat, Daphne Gerou, Nora Herting, Verena Kaminiarz, Jennifer Mazza, Jillian McDonald, Stephanie Metz, Lydia Moyer, Roger Sayre, David Sherry, Laura Splan, Brian Spolans, Ajla R. Steinvåg, Naoe Suzuki, Delmira Valladares, Maria Wallace< Less
Remembering Those Who Came Before V-1 Ancestors of W. G. Phillips By Betsy Phillips Jones
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REMEMBERING THOSE WHO CAME BEFORE: Volume One contains the Immigrant ancestors of my grandfather, Wallace George Phillips. Surnames are: Phillips, Belden, Knisely, Newville, Austin, Parkhurst,... More > Adkins, Wolf, Fordham, Child, Harmon,Francis, Farnham, Kingsbury, Howe, Hovey, Whitmore, Hubbard, Dickinson, Dunk, Howell, Pierce, Palmer, Foster, Kinge, Barlow, Skinner, Chatterton, Peck, Siegrist, Field, Atchinson, Ingham, White, Spalding, Main, Johnson, Warfield, Day, May, Huggins, Fuller, Dane, Pemberton, Comings, Filley, Hall, Watts, Clark, Kirby, Welles, Coleman, Billings, Wilcoxson, Bagg, Bull, Stone, Hinds, Herrick, Coe, Hall, Wales, Miller, Felt, White, Butterfield, Hilton, emerson, Andrews, Bonython, Loomis, Willcock, Beardsley, Edwards, Porter, Bridgman, Fellowes, Ruck, Burt, Blackleach, Chapman, Bushnell, Jennings, Stratton, Stanborough, Mitchell, Reade, Heald, Brackett, Davis, Button, Jewell, Billings, Smith, Nettleton, Randall, and Rogers (Mayflower) and many more.< Less
Remembering Those Who Came Before V-1 Ancestors of W. G. Phillips By Betsy Phillips Jones
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REMEMBERING THOSE WHO CAME BEFORE: Volume One contains the Immigrant ancestors of my grandfather, Wallace George Phillips. Surnames are: Phillips, Belden, Knisely, Newville, Austin, Parkhurst,... More > Adkins, Wolf, Fordham, Child, Harmon,Francis, Farnham, Kingsbury, Howe, Hovey, Whitmore, Hubbard, Dickinson, Dunk, Howell, Pierce, Palmer, Foster, Kinge, Barlow, Skinner, Chatterton, Peck, Siegrist, Field, Atchinson, Ingham, White, Spalding, Main, Johnson, Warfield, Day, May, Huggins, Fuller, Dane, Pemberton, Comings, Filley, Hall, Watts, Clark, Kirby, Welles, Coleman, Billings, Wilcoxson, Bagg, Bull, Stone, Hinds, Herrick, Coe, Hall, Wales, Miller, Felt, White, Butterfield, Hilton, emerson, Andrews, Bonython, Loomis, Willcock, Beardsley, Edwards, Porter, Bridgman, Fellowes, Ruck, Burt, Blackleach, Chapman, Bushnell, Jennings, Stratton, Stanborough, Mitchell, Reade, Heald, Brackett, Davis, Button, Jewell, Billings, Smith, Nettleton, Randall, and Rogers (Mayflower) and many more.< Less
One Foot in the Grave By R. A. Christmas
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We all die—but we all die differently. It's not death's certainty, but it's unpredictability, that troubles us—the when, where, and how of death, rather than the fact. Whether our... More > deaths come by accident, illness, old-age, or other people, it's always too late to turn back—hopefully not writhing in agony or blubbering like cowards. “Death,” according to poet Wallace Stevens, “is the mother of beauty”--and these poems, beautiful and not. Most are meditations on what (or who) kills us--and what makes that killing somehow endurable—faith, a sense of humor, honesty, and courage. This poet is an often married Mormon man, growing older (but perhaps not up). He writes about the things and people in his life, as artfully as he's able. But he doesn't know a danged thing more about his death than you do about yours.< Less

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