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Crystal in a shock wave / the works of Albert Russo
by Albert Russo

The works of Albert Russo of the past 40 years, in both English and French, reviewed and commented in these two languages, with essays and photos by the author...  
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Jay Dubya
Jay Dubya (initials J.W.) is author John Wiessner's writing name. Presently Jay Dubya has forty-five hardcover/paperback...
Jansen Estrup
Living isn't easy, but it is filled with sweet and bitter, sour and salty experiences. ...
 
Bill Johnson
Bill Johnson is an author, editor, teacher, story analyst, produced playwright, and office manager of Willamette Writers...
Albert Russo
from Martin Tucker’s preface to 'Mixed Blood' and ‘Eclipse over lake Tanganyika’ “Albert Russo’s work has many distin...


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A Story is a Promise & The Spirit of Storytelling
by Bill Johnson

A Story is a Promise & The Spirit of Storytelling offers exciting new insights into the craft of writing...  
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Tales of a Clear, Dark Night
by Jansen Estrup

The heavens, we are taught, have always inspired awe, tradition, even salvation. Why? What did our ancestors see there?..  
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