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The Donner Party

By George Keithley

George Braziller, Inc.

The Donner Party is one of the three or four finest book-length American poems ever written.”—Poetry. “Out of the western migration of the 1840s…Keithley has made a lean, taut narrative poem that moves with the speed and terseness of a killer shark.”—The New York Times. “Keithley’s account of the Donner tragedy is a major event in American letters.”—X.J. Kennedy.


My Journey Begins Where the Road Ends…

By Thomas Ford Conlan

“Deeply moving…told with all the tropes a good poet would use…vivid description…a delightful sense of humor…a novelist’s skill with scene and feel for dialogue…”—Cathy Smith Bowers, former Poet Laureate of North Carolina. “…Close to being a prose poem…intense, lyrical nature writing.”—Emily Fox Gordon, author of Mockingbird Years. Join the author on an adventurous lyrical journey through a natural life.

www.thomasfordconlan.com; amazon.com

Amanda Goes to Las Vegas

By Nancy Dick

A love story about Amanda, a young woman who leaves the family and rural family farm she loves to help family out by trying to become a “big time” star in Las Vegas. This is the story of her journey. This author has done two book signings. Available online: amazon.com and bn.com and nationally at many Barnes & Noble Bookstores.


The Fourteenth of September

By Rita Dragonette

She Writes Press

In 1969, as mounting tensions over the Vietnam War are dividing America, a young woman in college on an Army scholarship

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