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After The Death Of Robert Francis Kennedy gv simoni
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The fall of 1968: San Francisco. Faced with the fight or flight dilemma of the 1960s, Thomas Malleus seeks a solution. The story is cast in the form of the classic five paragraph essay; but its style is more that of free verse. A word game. Malleus, something of an outcast,is determined to cast off the shibboleths that come with the American way of life: personal, religious, and social.
AMIGOS a farce gv simoni
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Amigos is a farcical, often satirical, novel that pokes and pulls at American culture in particular and world culture in general. Both detective story and saga, sometimes slapstick then again droll, the tale acknowledges the persistence and ingenuity of the conquistadores and inquisitors of the planet. If the meek are to inherit the earth, they'd best get a move on.
Consulting Huang Po gv simoni
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Consulting Huang Po is a long narrative combining poetry with prose. Central to the story are the poems of 17th century Japanese wordsmith Basho. Protagonist James Lee Cunningham teaches a course on the poet's Narrow Road To The Deep North. His university students, his friends, and his wife Mia Sakai interact to weave their own way along the cobbled paths and muddy tracks from the Sea of Japan to Corvallis, Oregon. All translations are by the author.
Conversations With A Hypoxic Dog gv simoni
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Conversations With A Hypoxic Dog is a collection of essays, stories, and poems from gv simoni's later work. The book explores the nuances of both the physical and the metaphysical. Prose, poetry, and poetic prose offer up insight into life's little indigestions.
DoubleNickel Detective gv simoni
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Killings and koans, mayhem and metaphysics, the DoubleNickel Detective stories serve up the usual mix of characters, clues, and conundrums. Called DoubleNickel as a boy for his thick glasses, and 'Nick' as a college man, he remains without a name in the stories. He is a brown paper sack, a rumpled suit, a mutt of mixed ancestry. His father is Japanese; his mother is Irish. He is sardonic with a penchant for wit and whiskey. He is a private cop who lines up with the hard-boiled boys. Might be more here than meets the eye. Read a story at: majikwoids.wixsite [highlight, right click, search]
Elements of Training for Competitive Distance Running gv simoni
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Size: 7" x 10"
Binding: Spiral Bound
Competitive distance running, in the context of this manual, refers to racing at distances from 800 meters through 5000 meters. Despite the bias towards the competitive middle distances, the elements of training discussed are applicable to all distances and all distance runners regardless of age, ability, or gender.
PLUG NICKELS selected poems gv simoni
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PLUG NICKELS is a selection of gv simoni's poetry. He does not consider himself a poet, but rather a wordsmith. He thinks of the work here as word games rather than poems. Are they worth a plugged nickel?
Plump Black Crows Stories & Poems gv simoni
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Plump Black Crows is a collection of stories and poems all from gv simoni's early work. The book explores the sometimes subtle, often brutal interplay between the creations of nature and the constructs of man. River and mountain, church and state, character strengths and weaknesses all have their moments. Resolution of the conflicts are, as with beauty, bought with the eye of the beholder.
The Blind Geisha gv simoni
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Elizabeth sat in her rocking chair at the window writing. The woman was visually impaired, legally blind. Macular degeneration was the culprit. Incurable. She was resigned. Through her window she saw a mottled picture of grays and points of black, straight lines, and glare. Turing her head just so brought a good deal more clarity. Typical of the disease. She saw the distant horizon, some vacancy that was ocean. She was 81 years old. I will finish this project. Grace is a godsend, she thought. And the new laptop. She typed: synchronicity. She had looked it up. Again. In Wikipedia was this: Synchronicity is a concept, first introduced by analytical psychologist Carl Jung, which holds ...
The Illusion Of Plurals gv simoni
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The cluster of buildings that was MacKensie sat in its cleared patch of forest in its valley all hemmed about by ridges, the sky immense overhead, the stars galling with their glow and twinkle. The midnight darkness was complete save for a small pool of light shining through the shaded windows of the Crosscut Cafe and from the bare bulb above the post office door. MacKensie slumbered. Across the street from the cafe, flickering loops of red neon proclaimed Bights Saloon. Tattered flagging hung limp from the eaves of Wagnall's service station. The 4th of July loomed. And so did the outcome of a bet between two of MacKensie's rather iconoclastic citizens. Joe Murchison and Willard Crenshaw ...

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