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    Milo the Legend

    $5.50
    • ISBN 978-1-937706-19-7
    • 168 pages
    • Hard Cover with Dust Jacket
    • 50 fantastic full color paintings/pages by Charity Aili Ruotsala, Ironwood, Michigan
    • 8.5 x 11 Large Format
    • Group and quantity discounts available
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    Author Photo canon pix 013Gary Banker taught for many years in the Superior school district. He inspired thousands of students. Here, he inspires again.
  • "...a perfect diamond, hard as an eagle talon, each facet sparkling with truth."¬† ¬†Laura Erickson   "...a kind of sober majesty worthy of Robinson Jeffers. Hawks on High is a wildly life-affirming book." Bart Sutter  
  • From the ruminations of a solitary Packer fan, to "bulletin board at work" material, across the world on the Internet and finally into your hands in book form, comes this collection of original poetry.
  • Finn

    $14.95
    A wise and witty combination of prose and poetry about Finland and being a Finnish immigrant to the U.S.A.
  • Philosophical Poems explores the Mind of the Universe, considers the power of Thought, observes the interlocking/interwoven complexities of Man and Nature. A profound book.
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    Nameless

    $4.00
    A delightfully wide scope of commentary on life, politics, geography and human behavior.
  • Every once in a while, a collection of poetry comes out that just makes sense. This is such a collection. Sometimes these poems are practical, sometimes funny, sometimes they are deeply moving; always they resonate with clear humanity.
  • Collected essays and poems about coming to terms with the dark companion. The compilation of submissions to the Kelly Culhane Writing Prize.
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    George's father sang on the way home from the field for breakfast. Think about that line. Work first. Food second. The book is filled with fascinating and intriguing lines that seem depth-less, but behind them a deep and abiding insight or seven.
  • In this outstanding new volume, Randolph's paintings and poems deftly direct the sensitive reader's attention to the "Beacons" of the earth and sky that guide us safely to the center of ourselves...that is, home.
  • In this collection, Sangster, a Duluth writer by way of Scotland and Canada, explores close family relationships in poetry and prose, weaving a complex fabric of characters and ideas. The images in this fabric range from the carefully composed tableaus of the most ethereal and uplifting of historical religious art to the quickly captured snapshots of the gritty and realistic urban landscape. There are threads of humor and of horror, sensitivity and love, cruelty and coldness, but they are always knit together with an eye for the telling detail and the depth and complexity of character only achieved by fine writers. Hazel Sangester is one of these fine writers. This collection is the proof. -Barry Hammond, author of Cold Front and other writings in over thirty literary magazines and anthologies in three countries
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