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The ABCs of Dinkology by AE Stueve

The ABCs of Dinkology by AE Stueve

September 25, 2014


Filed under Catalog, Fiction

"AE Stueve's novel, The ABCs of Dinkology, isn't a novel at all. It is a tour de force of creativity: a combination of comic book, character biographies, scholarly footnotes collection, sound track extraordinaire and laugh-out-loud-sit-down-and-crydamn good story. Combining his writing talents with Chris S...

Music Box Treaty by Richard Duggin

Music Box Treaty by Richard Duggin

September 19, 2014


Filed under Catalog, Fiction

"One part Walter Mitty, one part Lord Jim, one part Bartleby, and three parts us. Marion Monaghan dreams of being an existential hero out of the Hemingway novels he used to teach before retreating into a railroad shack on the edge of Lodgepole, a town "right in the bellybutton of the country" and a ...

Jeweled Fragments: A Collection of Short Stories by Ron Vick Sr.

Jeweled Fragments: A Collection of Short Stories by Ron Vick Sr.

September 18, 2014


Filed under Catalog, Fiction

There are various reasons why people attempt to escape reality, whether it is pain and suffering or feeling trapped in their lives. This collection of short stories, written by a new author and presented here for your reading pleasure, will transport you to other realms and let you escape, however br...

Songs from Our Summer by Max McElwain

Songs from Our Summer by Max McElwain

September 17, 2014


Filed under Catalog, Fiction

In the midst of a prolonged mid­ life crisis, defeated by failed romance and a hard drinking, vagabond newspaper career, Jack McCargil seeks refuge in his Iowa hometown. There, he reluctantly agrees to edit the Finewood Bureau, a family owned weekly when the teen-aged Jack wrote editorial columns and...

Shadowboxing and Other Stories by William Kloefkorn

Shadowboxing and Other Stories by William Kloefkorn

January 2, 2001


Filed under Catalog, Fiction, Logan House

In this collection of five stories, one of America's master poets delves again into the lives of idiosyncratic and diverse characters of the Plains. William Kloefkorn introduces us to a teen-aged babysitter shadowboxing his way to adulthood, a waitress and the hero who rescues her from her grief, a young c...

A Time to Sink Her Pretty Little Ship by William Kloefkorn

A Time to Sink Her Pretty Little Ship by William Kloefkorn

January 2, 1999


Filed under Catalog, Fiction, Logan House

Some things have gone awry in the sleepy bergs wherein William Kloefkorn's characters dwell. The unassuming title character of Newberry's Boy has been, for some time now, violating our most sacred taboo. The Pisser Into Clear and Faraway Streams refuses to die quietly. In Baptizing the Shirt a woman...

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