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Tales of Darkness and Light

by Soso Tham & Janet Hujon

Soso Tham (1873–1940), the acknowledged poet laureate of the Khasis of northeastern India, was one of the first writers to give written poetic form to the rich oral tradition of his people.

Poet of landscape,...


Prevention and Management of Complications in Bariatric Surgery

by Dr Tomasz Rogula, Dr Philip Schauer & Dr Tammy Fouse

As bariatric procedures become more commonplace, the safety and quality of bariatric surgery continues to rise. Risk factors remain inconsistent from hospital to hospital and procedure to procedure, however,...


Final Sanctuary

by Hope Bates & Nanette O'Neal

In 2055 Earth’s most plentiful resource is toxic. Sovereigns hold what is left of mankind inside their colossal walls surrounding the last fresh water aquifers. Inside these walls some use their power to oppress...


Music and Music Education in People's Lives

by Gary E. McPherson & Graham F. Welch

Music and Music Education in People's Lives is one of five paperback books derived from the foundational two-volume Oxford Handbook of Music Education. Designed for music teachers, students, and scholars of...


The Siblys of London

by Susan Sommers

Ebenezer Sibly was a quack doctor, plagiarist, and masonic ritualist in late eighteenth-century London; his brother Manoah was a respectable accountant and a pastor who ministered to his congregation without...


Cross Your Heart

by Kierney Scott

Blinking her eyes open, she looks around the room, taking in the bed and the wardrobe full of clothes she’s never seen before. This isn’t her bedroom. Those aren’t her clothes. She begins to cry as she...


Into the Gray

by Margaret Killjoy

"You're using me," I said.

"That might be true, but I also love you."

One is the Lady of the Waking Waters, an immortal mermaid. The other is a thief, who steals lives until a wish can be fulfilled, and a life-changing...


Somerset Folk Tales for Children

by Sharon Jacksties

When you are in Somerset you are never far from mysterious caverns, whispering woods, hidden valleys and places which can’t decide whether they are seascapes or landscapes. The ancient Kings Arthur and Alfred...


It Needs to Look Like We Tried

by Todd Robert Petersen

  • A talented Utah-based writer, Todd will have several pieces placed in the months leading up to publication to build his national profile (essays on the intersection of technology and writing, and much more)...

  • Walking in the Light

    by Tracey Howarth Tomlinson

    We have within us the ability to transcend the illusion of life to create our own reality, one greater than we could ever think possible.

    Packed with meditations, visualisations and exercises, this book is an...


    The Art of Money Getting: Golden Rules for Making Money

    by P.T. Barnum

    This collector's edition is cleanly formatted for easy reading. 12 point Garamond, 1.25 spacing. Phineas Taylor Barnum was the Mayor of Bridgeport, Connecticut from 1875–1876 and a member of the Connecticut...


    Tragedy Queens

    by Lisa Marie Basile, Gabino Iglesias & Leza Cantoral

    Archetypes are real. Muses are real. Writers are the channels of these spirits & if that sounds like witchcraft that's because it is. These stories gave me chills. Sylvia Plath & Lana Del Rey course through...


    Call Me Anorexic

    by Ken Capobianco

    When Michael, a struggling, anorexic young man, comes home to his apartment in Allston, Massachusetts in December of 2000, he finds his live-in girlfriend, Jessie, with her bags packed. She’s moving in with...


    Day Hikes in the Pacific Northwest

    by Don J. Scarmuzzi

    Second book from respected hiking guru covering day hikes in this part of the country.

    While Don’s books address a range of trails, they usually appeal to the “peeps who like steeps” crowd. (Daytrips for...


    A Space for Race

    by Kathy Hogarth & Wendy L. Fletcher

    A Space for Race engages in a critical examination of some of the major discourses related to original/settler/immigrant and, particularly, racialized belonging. In the course of this examination, the book explores...


    The Exchange of Words

    by Richard Moran

    The capacity to speak is not only the ability to pronounce words, but the socially-recognized capacity to make one's words count in various ways. We rely on this capacity whenever we tell another person something...


    The Development of Relational Aggression

    by Sarah M. Coyne & Jamie M. Ostrov

    Research over the last few decades has revealed that individuals use a variety of mechanisms to hurt one another, many of which are not physical in nature. In this volume, editors Sarah M. Coyne and Jamie M....


    Emperors and Usurpers

    by Andrew G. Scott

    This historical commentary examines books 79(78)-80(80) of Cassius Dio's Roman History, which cover the period from the death of Caracalla in A. D. 217. to the reign of Severus Alexander and Cassius Dio's retirement...


    Making Time for Making Music

    by Amy Nathan

    Are you a former music-maker who yearns to return to music, but aren't sure where to begin? Or are you a person who never played music as a child but you are now curious about trying? You're not alone. Many...


    Drumming Asian America

    by Angela K. Ahlgren

    With its dynamic choreographies and booming drumbeats, taiko has gained worldwide popularity since its emergence in 1950s Japan. Harnessed by Japanese Americans in the late 1960s, taiko's sonic largesse and...