In this thrilling conclusion to the Civil War trilogy, Bronwen Llyr must convince Union Army generals of General Lee's battle plans before Northern forces retreat.
Il Taccuino Rosso: un diario che non descrive le giornate disperse nell’urgenza dei gesti, ma le emozioni che sanno lasciare impronte profonde dentro l’anima e il cuore, non disprezzando i piaceri della carne. Un insieme di pensieri e fantasie che esplodono dentro fino a trasformarsi in parole, gocce d’inchiostro a sporcare pagine di vita in cui rileggersi, ritrovarsi e riconoscersi, nella paura di disperdersi nel vuoto, nella continua ricerca di se stessi, negata dagli obblighi dei giorni. Uno sfogo dell’anima quando butta via la maschera davanti allo specchio di se… 12 storie in una storia che si racconta da sé…
Catalog of Works / Werkverzeichnis 1987-2007 Accompanied the exhibition at Schloss Cappenberg, 2 Sep. - 2 Dec. 2007 An exhibition by Stiftung Schleswig-Holsteinische Landesmuseen Schloß Gottorf. Edition Braus: www.editionbraus.de
Tales From the Wrong Side is a modern fantasy fiction book with a unique take on the divide between the world of the common people and the dark and often turbulent world of the occult and super-natural. The characters in the book may resemble people you know, they may resemble people you have met when you are out late at night, they may be next to you at the bar before last call. So with that I would like to welcome all of you to The Wrong Side, and I hope you enjoy looking through the window into this world. I am going to be releasing this book as an inexpensive serial, much the way that the Victorian authors of old did. I am going to strive to have a new chapter up each month, and I hope all of you enjoy these tales.
Fantastic and sinister are the Lowlands into which Philip Grant descends on his dangerous assignment.
"Deeply felt and beautifully built, the poems in Matthew Nienow's long-awaited debut shimmer with hard-won grace. .
. . House of Water is a staggering book that marks the arrival of an important voice in American poetry."—Eduardo C. Corral This debut highlights fatherhood at its peak as it juggles the uncertainty and deeper meaning of everyday life. The hesitant, yet curious voice of the poems are deeply entrenched in the familial, yet also refreshingly open about the crush one feels when their ideals crash down. How does one build a life, only to be redirected and start anew? The Magazine is evening-lit in your hands so the boat it shows in its small square of water has the light of the room, the windows behind you, the reflected bay— the magazine's horizon nearly the same, so no matter how you try to strip the room of metaphor and meaning, the room becomes the boat, which you are in, hardly alone with your red sails and curtain wind Matthew Nienow lives in Port Townsend, Washington, with his wife and two sons, where he builds boats and custom wooden paddle boards. His poems have appeared in Best New Poets (2007 and 2012), New England Review, and Poetry, which awarded him a 2013 Ruth Lilly Poetry Fellowship. He has also received fellowships, grants and support from the National Endowment for the Arts (2011 Fellowship), the Elizabeth George Foundation, Artist Trust of Washington State, the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference and 4Culture of Seattle.
A mysterious explosion. A man framed for murder. A strong woman determined to prove his innocence. October, 1869: Lily Granville, heiress to a considerable fortune, rebels against her uncle's strict rules. Ace Diamond, determined to win Lily, invests in a dynamite factory but his success fails to impress her guardian. An explosion in San Francisco, mere hours before Lily elopes with Ace to avoid a forced marriage, sets off a chain of consequences.
When Ace is framed for murder before their wedding night, Lily must find proof to save him from a hangman's noose. Will she become a widow before a true wife?