This saga, set against the backdrop of the twentieth century and the present day, follows three generations of the Johnston and Hampton families as they pursue lives of wealth and privilege. The book opens in the present with Amanda, the... Read More
What has happened in Westhope has also happened all over the Midwest, and perhaps the entire country. Author Dean Hulse provides many of the usual elements of memoir-recollections of childhood, tales of family, his own coming-of-age... Read More
Nothing attracts a reader to a book like humor and charm, both of which this author exhibits in abundance. From his opening essay on his decision to abandon football in favor of a life of writing and teaching English, Kloefkorn looks at... Read More
This beautifully written book takes readers back to a time when there was time—time to consider ideas and deepen understanding. Jesse Green has written letters of reflection on some of the great writers of the nineteenth century... Read More
The title poem of this collection immerses the reader in the Southern California milieu that the poet knows well. Details include endless miles of highway fast food restaurants cinnamon rolls “strollers and serapes” and crude... Read More
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