Monthly Archives: September 1991

The Snowden Scene 1884-1979

Louise Williams #216 FAM 1991.003 A tiny community just below the gorge of the James River in the Blue Mountains of Virginia, Snowden (misspelled) was christened Snowdon by the Welsh natives in memory of “Home.” They came from New York … Continue reading

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The Way of the Climber

James Eychaner #217 SPI 1991.003 The Way of the Climber concerns how a desperately empty man finds renewal and purpose after a series of high-risk mountaineering experiences. Newly-found spiritual strengths turn into terrifying glimpses of alternative realities before a center … Continue reading

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Short Stories and Other Writings

Patrick McElhoes #214 SOC 199.013 Short Stories and Other Writings is a compilation of writings spanning a two year period 1989-1991. Parts of the manuscript are meant to be quite serious. Other portions are to be read in a more … Continue reading

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Extemporaneous Angels

Thomas J. Nolan #215 POE 1991.016 Extemporaneous Angels, a spellbinding metaphysical poetic work created by its author Thomas J. Nolan, contains a mesmerizing spiritual read into the realms of angels as seen metaphorically into the flux of light somewhere in … Continue reading

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Youngblood’s Pride

Robert Hazel #213 ALL 1991.015 Youngblood’s Pride is set in rural Tennessee midway between Nashville and Memphis. It is narrated by Clayton Andrew Jackson, III, retired attorney, and is the story of Michael and Rachel Youngblood and their two children, … Continue reading

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Anabasis

Ruth Pannell Katherine Ace #211 POE 1991.015 Anabasis is a sequence of poems and black-and-white graphics depicting a search for meaning which traverses the emotional universe from despair through curiosity, resentment, hope, romantic love, false understanding, to courage. Each of … Continue reading

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The Great Writing Turn-On

June Kennedy #210 ALL 1991.014 The spirit of self-image psychology sets the tone of The Great Writing Turn-On. The book uses and relies on children’s original writings rather that adult models to help children learn to write properly, so kids … Continue reading

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Venture To Turkey

Pauline Newcomer #212 SOC 1991.012 Venture To Turkey is a diary of letters written in 1959-1960 on a trip from New York to Paris and driving behind the “iron curtain” countries to Istanbul and then to Ankara. We lived on … Continue reading

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Roar Shock

Stafford Meeker #207 ALL 1991.013 Roar Shock is the metaphorical evolution of a writer’s mind. Or, to caution the unwary tenderfoot, I might simply call it a vulgar, humorous, religious, sci-fi book of entertainment.

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The Bay of the Orphan

Genevieve Jacobs #209 ADV 1991.006 The Bay of the Orphan is an autobiographical account of sailing an 18′ sloop from Miami to Australia, to the Baie D’Orphelinat. The voyage includes death, marriage, birth and desertion, as well as obligatory calms … Continue reading

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