Reduction Fired

concise, quiet, and intense poems voiced over vibrant scenes of nature - reflections to ripple through the mind
By Jennifer Yeates Camara

If you agree that there is something amazing in conciseness when you read a work in prose, you may find that it is also true for poetry. This is what I experienced when I read Reduction Fired, a poetic collection by Jennifer Yeates Camara. Here,...

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Galapagos Birds

A Photographic Voyage
By Mathew Tekulsky

Do you enjoy nature? Do you enjoy seeing birds? Are you a bird watcher or want to be a bird watcher? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then Mathew Tekulsky has authored the book for you. It is called Galapagos Birds: A...

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Ace of Arts

An Art Book
By Isabel Scheck

Ace of Arts is a collection of artworks that depict the different sides of ace-spec identities, including demisexual and greysexual, among other a-spec identities within the LGBTQ+ community. They are mostly pictures of people, couples, animals, nature, and designs with vibrant and diverse colors. Most...

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The Soprano, the Monster, and the Dragonslayer

By Vashti Stopher Klein

If you think poetry collections are all the same and that it is difficult, perhaps impossible, to find an innovative one, you will have to reconsider your opinion. I had one of the most pleasant surprises myself when I found Vashti Stopher Klein's The Soprano,...

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Behind the Camera

American Women Photographers Who Shaped How We See the World
By Maria Ausherman

The history of photography has been sadly overlooked by many. It’s difficult to realize that the quick recordings of life, the selfies, and touristy shots, all made on cell phones, were once a matter of planning, heavy equipment, unreliable lighting, and waiting for the film...

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One Heart Many Breaks

By Sandeep Kumar Mishra

One Heart - Many Breaks: A Collection of Poems and Art by Sandeep Kumar Mishra is a collection of poems and art with diverse themes that give glimpses of the poet's personal emotions, feelings, and journey. The words and art in the book reflect the poet's...

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A look Inside the Man i c

Manic Memoirs
By Brent Weston

A Look Inside the Man i c: Manic Memoirs mixes paintings and pictures with a memoir—one that depicts the author's mind as they deal with mental illness. After dropping out of the GA Tech Architecture program, Brent backpacked through Europe for two one-year-long trips while...

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Badass Pix with a Cheap-Ass Camera

By Annie Mack

Taking professional photos requires a lot of time. What's the best way to take a photo? Is it by using your phone, your tablet, or a camera? If you need to learn how to install an airbag in an older model vehicle, visit YouTube;...

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Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam

Highlights of the Collection (Amsterdam Museum Guides) (Volume 2)
By Marko Kassenaar, Liesbeth Heenk

“When comparing Vincent van Gogh’s career with those of other artists, it soon becomes clear that his was one of the shortest in art history. It was not until the age of twenty-seven that he began work as a full-time professional painter, and he died...

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The National Parks

A Century of Grace
By Karla K. Morton and Alan Birkelbach

The National Parks: A Century of Grace by Karla K. Morton and Alan Birkelbach is a fabulous collection of pictures, poems, and facts about the National Parks of America, which are extraordinary places where the beauty of the untouched wilderness can be experienced. Humans are...

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