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paint a dynamic portrait of contemporary transcendent thought and feeling.
"This is the gift Laura Braverman gives us as she paints her own story, line by line, within Salt Water—the questions we may ask of ourselves as we travel our own path." –Robin Sinclair
An anthropologist and poet chronicles nine of the most fascinating and relevant of her past lives to understanding her current life's relationships and trials.
"Ron Searls, in his art as in his life, bridges the gulf C. P. Snow warned of between the culture of science and of literature." –Mark Pawlak
A thrilling, gritty, and often funny exposé of the chains of pleasure and addiction in the Florida Keys—drugs, sex, alcohol, pills—and the evils that fuel them. Best enjoyed with an adult beverage.
A modern Gothic tale of letters written by Sweet Jane to her lover, Eleanor, recounting and obscuring the dark secret that lead to Sweet Jane being committed.
All the stories and poems in this volume were written between 1820 and 1936, a toothsome cross-section of early American literature in the Gothic tradition.
At the core of this collection are poems about a mother and her daughters and the poet's clash of competing realities—obligation to children versus the impulse to self-actualization.
In this collection of genre-bending, heart-wrenching memoir, Hill recounts the Eden-like natural world of rural New Hampshire as seen through the eyes of a child, and the deterioration of that magical place as family life begins to unravel from within.
Dreamscapes, warrior moths with a Shakespearean proclivity, ancient Egyptian boy kings, talking trees and a talking house. Reader beware!
"Steven Huff is a master storyteller in full command of his gifts, and Blissful is a cornucopia of marvelous and various Americana."
Journey back to the 1960s and 1970s with author Elizabeth Osta as she recalls in clear detail a lived experiment in activism, spirituality, education, Catholicism, the meaning of vows, and the dreams and sometimes harsh realities of following a calling.
Twenty-one short but unforgettable and ultimately hopeful stories of homeless people in Rochester, New York.
Follow Your Bliss magazine's best-loved features, how-tos, and personal narratives of people propelled to extraordinary versions of themselves through "following one's bliss."