Nonfiction

    BOOK COLLECTING AS A SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCE By Fred White

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    BOOK COLLECTING AS A SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCE By Fred White  “Welcome to the Cemetery of Forgotten Books, Daniel. . . . Every book, every volume you seehere,...

    THE FIRST TELEVISION ON THE BLOCK By Anita Gorman

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    THE FIRST TELEVISION ON THE BLOCKby Anita G. Gorman It was 1950 in Queens. On the street where the Andersons lived, they were not the only Swedish immigrants; the...

    RESOURCE by John Bonanni

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    Resource No social philosophy, economic strategy or cultural perspective can guarantee our well-being without the truth. Possession is hawked by capitalists gone wild on one end of the spectrum while entitlement is claimed by socialists gone...

    SONS OF UNCONSCIOUS FATE By Gabrielle Morales

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    SONS OF UNCONSCIOUS FATEBy Gabrielle Morales  Though I was only eight, I still remember my mother’s approach to the facts of death. It was like any other day in...

    BETWEEN TWO HARBORS

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    BETWEEN TWO HARBORSMemoirs of a Catalina Island HarbormasterBy Doug Oudin Doug Oudin, author of ‘Between Two Harbors, Reflections of a Catalina Island Harbormaster’ (his memoir), and ‘Five Weeks to...

    “THE TRUTH OF BEING AS NON BEING” A Search for Truth within...

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    THE TRUTH OF BEING AS NON BEINGA Search for Truth within a Limited PerceptionBy Lauren Bush In “The Medium of Fiction”, William H. Gass suggests, “That novels should be made of...

    LOLITA’S GLASSES By Carrie Bailey

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    LOLITA’S GLASSESBy Carrie Bailey I’ve read the novel, Lolita at least three full times. The first of which, and I’m no longer afraid to admit this, 30 years after the fact,...

    YELLOW BATH TOWELS by McKenzie Fletcher

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    Yellow Bath Towels By: McKenzie Fletcher Sometimes life gets messy. Really really messy. And sometimes you are just tired. Really really tired. And you are sitting on the floor of your childhood bedroom. Bird seed making...

    THE GOLD CHAIR By Rebecca Johnson

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    THE GOLD CHAIRBy Rebecca Johnson  It was The Gold Chair that turned everything upside down. It was not an ornate kind of chair. It was not made for Medieval...