Powerful Ideas. Proven Results.
A book of Reverent, Sardonic, and Hilarious Poetry that includes Rituals, Feelings, and Language of Catholicism.
By Steve Nelson-Raney (Author)
Tabs & Chords.
By T. Ruth Shank (Author)
A book of poems.
By Michael J. Mikos (Author)
The Survival of American Indian Life in Story, History, and Spirit. Edited by Mark A. Lindquist and Martin Zanger.
By John Warren Stewig (Author) , Margot Tomes (Illustrator)
By Susan Firer (Author)
The Backwaters Prize winner for 2001, by Wisconsin poet Susan Firer, was chosen from more than 300 entries by the noted poet CarolAnn Russell. In the Judge's Statement, Ms. Russell said " A wild generosity of spirit and vision characterizes this collection. The language marries the elemental and worldly with aplomb, and the effect is sacramental. The subject of the book is humble even as it is universal, hovering as it does over and within that great oxymoron, human love..."
By Ellen Woolford (Author) , William Washabaugh (Author)
This important volume brings together the results of the latest research toward the development of explicit, empirically verifiable models of the interrelationship of social context.
By Michael J Mikos (Author)
By Marilyn L. Taylor (Author)
A collection of formal poems about an unusually wide range of subjects.
By Francisco L. Rivera-Batiz (Author) , Carlos E. Santiago (Author)
Explores demographic trends in Puerto Rico during the 1990s.
By Francis Reddy (Author) , Greg Walz-Chojnacki (Author)
Celestial Delights is the essential "TV Guide" for the sky as seen from the Northern Hemisphere. Through extensive graphics integrated with an eight-year-long calendar of sky events, it provides a look at "don't miss" sky events, mostly for naked-eye and binocular observing. It is organized by ease of observation -- lunar phases and the brighter planets come first, with solar eclipses, the aurora, and comets coming later.
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