Monthly Archives: February 1994

SM

James Boorstein #308 MEA 1994.003 The “bits” in SM are about everything and nothing. There is some hard information like the alleged amount of TV watched by an average American in 1988, and where one can buy a spaghetti sandwich. … Continue reading

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Stalin’s Chicken and Other Abominations

Ronny Kaye #307 ALL 1994.002 The stories in Stalin’s Chicken and Other Abominations constitute a collection of eclectic weirditudes, ranging from the “Roman a clef”, “A Quandry”, parodying a small gallery of notable literary entities, to a nightmare adventure into … Continue reading

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Koralina’s Journey

Helen Barden #306 FAM 1994.003 A, B Koralina’s Journey is the fictionalized biography of a Swedish immigrant’s journey through life from her “crossing” at age 16 in 1869, the raising of her large family; first in Galesburg, ILL., then to … Continue reading

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Lode-Star

Robert Carson #305 HUM 1994.001 “Dorrie The Dormouse,” and ” Nanuk,” were based on Christmas cards I received from the people to whom I’ve dedicated the stories. “Fidget,” “A Question of Paternity”, “The last Dance,” draw from events which happened … Continue reading

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Her Healthy Period of Rebellion

Noorallah Downing #304 POE 1994.004 I write to breathe. My children write. My husband gave me the cost of the fee to put this work, Her Healthy Period of Rebellion, on the shelf of The Brautigan Library as a birthday … Continue reading

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Do What You Do To Survive – A Stroke of Luck

Paul Grassia #303 MEA 1994.002 Do What You Do To Survive – A Stroke of Luck is the story of one man’s recovery from a massive stroke and the beginning of a new life. A story of courage and determination. … Continue reading

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The House at the Bottom of the Hill and Halfway Up

Margaret Krider #302 FAM 1994.002 The House at the Bottom of the Hill and Halfway Up is an autobiography of remembered incidents of an artist/teacher who, as a child during the twenties and thirties writes brief stories of those times. … Continue reading

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Enjoy the War, Peace Will Be Terrible

Romana Pflugfelder #301 WAR 1994.001 Enjoy the War, Peace Will Be Terrible takes place in Vienna, Austria. It portrays the life of two teenage girls during World War II. It relates about their family, including their brothers who served in … Continue reading

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Seek and Go Hide

James Addison #300 SOC 1994.001 Seek and Go Hide is a fictional tragic romance, composed in a literary narrative style, set in contemporaneous surroundings. The story involves a central character named Jacob Sommersveldt, his long-time girlfriend Gwendolyn, and her new … Continue reading

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Cold Fusion

Andrew Colameco #299 ALL 1994.001 Cold Fusion is a novel that contains many of the elements of the author’s three novellas already in residence in The Brautigan Library. House flies are still running the planet and farming humans. Peter Simmons … Continue reading

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