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The Tall Women's Dance By Mark Fogarty
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The beautiful world of women's basketball is the stage of THE TALL WOMEN'S DANCE. Inside its pages you will meet such gifted athletes as Elena Delle Donne, Brittney Griner, Becky Hammon, Jude... More > Schimmel, Cappie Pondexter, Candice Wiggins and many more. And what better way to describe poetry in motion than by poetry? The women's game is fire and ice!< Less
Eye of the Circle By Mark Fogarty
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Mark Fogarty's new book of poetry chronicles a long journey that led him to investigate the Native American Ghost Dance phenomenon and its ultimate closing chapter with the Wounded Knee massacre. He... More > travels through visionary and sometimes hallucinatory landscapes to come to a better understanding of who he is and where he comes from.< Less
Sun Nets By Mark Fogarty
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SUN NETS, Mark Fogarty's new book of poetry from White Chickens Press, contains about two dozen short poems, some rhymed, some not, all evocative, all catching light to illuminate things and... More > situations. His fourth poetry book follows closely the themes of the first three: truth versus lies, the dark matter of the universe, the webs of a basketball cover, Nathaniel Hawthorne, the Clutter family of Kansas, the doomed and talented Minnie Riperton, and the great grandson of poet Joyce Kilmer. Believe it or not, some sense is made of this wide and various universe!< Less
All That's Best of Black and White By Mark Fogarty
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Will it be a cakewalk to the world championship for the US national women's basketball team? It should be, since they are called The Franchise, the best team in WBB history. But it turns out not to... More > be smooth for these star hoopsters. Nick Johnson has taken on the job of being their poetry coach, but decides to ground them in some American history instead. The women start thinking about who it is they are actually representing as a team, and eventually they must make a momentous choice between following their ideals and being disqualified from the world final. Either way they choose, this is a team America can be proud of!< Less