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The Earth Time By Lloyd Hitt
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The Earth Time is a unique poetry collection documenting a lifetime of service of Dr. Lloyd Hitt, a Californian, pharmacist, USC graduate, Korean War veteran, writer, and community activist. The book... More > of 46 poems is divided into five sections, focusing on: the contemplation of natural beauty and power (The Earth Time), dramatic experiences of WWII (The War Time), memories of the past that passed away too quickly (The Memory Time), milestones of a well-lived life (The Life Time), and the time of love, primarily for his wife, poet and historian Marlene Hitt (The Love Time). Dr. Hitt received many awards and honors for his tireless and dedicated community service.< Less
Gardens of the Earth: According to Nature By Margaret Saine
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"Gardens of the Earth: According to Nature" by Margaret Saine is a poetic exploration of nature tamed and shaped by humans, nature that in turn shapes the gardeners and gives them a... More > purpose, a cause for action, and a reason for reflection. Saine's inspired trip to the garden includes the seasons, rain and sunlight, multi-colored blossoms, and lots of birds. She shares her delight in gardens and gardening with a host of contemporary poets and friends and the renowned gardeners of the past. The book includes a separate section on trees, and is richly illustrated by Saine's own photographs, with the characteristic interplay of light and shadow, clouds and mists. Certain poems are translated into French, German, and Italian.< Less
Gardens of the Earth: According to Nature By Margaret Saine
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"Gardens of the Earth: According to Nature" by Margaret Saine is a poetic exploration of nature tamed and shaped by humans, nature that in turn shapes the gardeners and gives them a... More > purpose, a cause for action, and a reason for reflection. Saine's inspired trip to the garden includes the seasons, rain and sunlight, multi-colored blossoms, and lots of birds. She shares her delight in gardens and gardening with a host of contemporary poets and friends and the renowned gardeners of the past. The book includes a separate section on trees, and is richly illustrated by Saine's own photographs, with the characteristic interplay of light and shadow, clouds and mists. Certain poems are translated into French, German, and Italian. It is the second book by Margaret Saine published by Moonrise Press, the first was "Lit Angels" of 2017.< Less
Gardens of the Earth: According to Nature By Margaret Saine
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"Gardens of the Earth: According to Nature" by Margaret Saine is a poetic exploration of nature tamed and shaped by humans, nature that in turn shapes the gardeners and gives them a... More > purpose, a cause for action, and a reason for reflection. Saine's inspired trip to the garden includes the seasons, rain and sunlight, multi-colored blossoms, and lots of birds. She shares her delight in gardens and gardening with a host of contemporary poets and friends and the renowned gardeners of the past. The book includes a separate section on trees, and is richly illustrated by Saine's own photographs, with the characteristic interplay of light and shadow, clouds and mists. Certain poems are translated into French, German, and Italian.< Less
Grateful Conversations: A Poetry Anthology By Maja Trochimczyk & Kathi Stafford
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"Grateful Conversations" is a portrait of a group of female poets from California, who come together each month to hone their craft and share their verse. Known as Westside Women Writers... More > and active as a group since 2008, they include Millicent Borges Accardi, Madeleine S. Butcher, Georgia Jones Davis, Lois P. Jones, Susan Rogers, Kathi Stafford, Sonya Sabanac, Ambika Talwar and Maja Trochimczyk. In the words of the WWW founder, Millicent Borges Accardi, this is “a community of women writers working together to support each other with strong attention to craft, to grow as writers and as people in community.” The volume includes poems written for seven workshops and self-portraits in poetry of the nine writers. The editors are members of the group, Maja Trochimczyk and Kathi Stafford.< Less
Grateful Conversations: A Poetry Anthology By Maja Trochimczyk & Kathi Stafford
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"Grateful Conversations" is a portrait of a group of female poets from California, who come together each month to hone their craft and share their verse. Known as Westside Women Writers... More > and active as a group since 2008, they include Millicent Borges Accardi, Madeleine S. Butcher, Georgia Jones Davis, Lois P. Jones, Susan Rogers, Kathi Stafford, Sonya Sabanac, Ambika Talwar and Maja Trochimczyk. In the words of the WWW founder, Millicent Borges Accardi, this is “a community of women writers working together to support each other with strong attention to craft, to grow as writers and as people in community.” The volume includes poems written for seven workshops and self-portraits in poetry of the nine writers. The editors are members of the group, Maja Trochimczyk and Kathi Stafford.< Less
Grateful Conversations: A Poetry Anthology By Maja Trochimczyk & Kathi Stafford
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"Grateful Conversations" is a portrait of a group of female poets from California, who come together each month to hone their craft and share their verse. Known as Westside Women Writers... More > and active as a group since 2008, they include Millicent Borges Accardi, Madeleine S. Butcher, Georgia Jones Davis, Lois P. Jones, Susan Rogers, Kathi Stafford, Sonya Sabanac, Ambika Talwar and Maja Trochimczyk. In the words of the WWW founder, Millicent Borges Accardi, this is “a community of women writers working together to support each other with strong attention to craft, to grow as writers and as people in community.” The volume includes poems written for seven workshops plus self-portraits in poetry of the nine writers. The editors are members of the group, Maja Trochimczyk and Kathi Stafford.< Less
Górecki In Context – Essays On Music, Book 4 By Maja Trochimczyk
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This volume, the fourth of four books that the paperback edition has been divided into, presents Andrzej Wendland's study of the Fourth Symphony by Polish composer Henryk Mikołaj Górecki... More > (1933-2010). It also includes a list of works, photographs, and a bibliography. Maja Trochimczyk, Ph.D., is a music historian, poet, photographer, and non-profit director born in Poland and living in California (www.trochimczyk.net). Her work on Górecki was previously published in the Musical Quarterly, the Polish Music Journal, and Organized Sound. She also published seven books on music, seven volumes of poetry, and hundreds of articles and poems.< Less
Górecki In Context - Essays On Music, Book 2 By Maja Trochimczyk
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This volume, the second of four books that the paperback edition has been divided into, includes three studies of life and music of Henryk Mikołaj Górecki (1933-2010) - by Maja... More > Trochimczyk (overview and Third Symphony) and Kinga Kiwala (Second Symphony). These are chapters 8-10 in the paperback edition. The eBook also includes a list of works, music examples, portraits, photographs, and a bibliography. Maja Trochimczyk, Ph.D., is a music historian, poet, photographer, and non-profit director born in Poland and living in California (www.trochimczyk.net). Her work on Górecki was previously published in the Musical Quarterly, the Polish Music Journal, and Organized Sound. She also published seven books on music, seven volumes of poetry, and hundreds of articles and poems.< Less
Górecki In Context - Essays On Music, Book 1 By Maja Trochimczyk
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This volume, the first of four books that the paperback edition has been divided into, gathers interviews with Henryk Mikołaj Górecki (1933-2010) spanning his career (1962-2008). It also... More > includes a list of works, portraits, photographs, and a bibliography. Maja Trochimczyk, Ph.D., is a music historian, poet, photographer, and non-profit director born in Poland and living in California (www.trochimczyk.net). Her work on Górecki was previously published in the Musical Quarterly, the Polish Music Journal, and Organized Sound. She also published seven books on music, seven volumes of poetry, and hundreds of articles and poems.< Less