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Honoring the Past: St. John's History in Photographs By Jane Gilgun
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St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church is a progressive Christian community located near the shores of Lake Harriet in Linden Hills, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. This history of St. John's in... More > photographs is a tribute to the vision and heart of the people who made St. John's what it is today. St. John's is a spiritual home for its members. Our mission statement guides the conduct of our lives. We stand on the shoulders of giants. We hope that those who follow also find a spiritual home at St. John's.< Less
The Picking Flower Garden By Jane Gilgun
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Twelve-year old Fiona loves flowers so much she steals tulips from the garden of 85 year-old Rose and gets into big trouble. Rose and Fiona are at a standoff until they finally work out a deal that... More > makes them both happy.< Less
Landscapes of Northwest Ireland and Other Places Called Home: Photographs By Jane Gilgun
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These photographs showcase the beauty of Northwest Ireland. Lakes, mountains, valleys, waterfalls, bays, and oceans--Northwest Ireland has it all. The Nobel Prize winning poet W.B. Yeats celebrated... More > this part of Ireland in his poetry. This photobook shows why.< Less
I Want to Show You: Poems By Jane Gilgun
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THROUGH POETRY, Jane Gilgun tells the story of one woman's life. Born in coastal Rhode Island, USA, Jane galloped Sadie Cummings, a race horse, on Narragansett Beach, tramped through the Spring... More > Woods, and found beauty, mystery, and hurt in the people and events in her life. She shows how the themes of childhood weave themselves into her life as a horsewoman, a nature enthusiast, a woman in love, a social worker, a violence researcher, and a seeker of the spiritual. Written in imagist, lyric, and narrative styles, these poems convey the rhythms of a life fully lived--the sharp, sometimes painful intrusions of beauty, the transcendence of erotic love, the fears and intrigue of bodily changes, the horror of violence, and the warmth and comfort of everyday life.< Less

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