THRILL BENT TUPELO PRESS FICTION

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Thrill Bent

Author : Jan Richman
ISBN : 1936797216
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 61.15 MB
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Journalist and armchair thrill-seeker Jan Richman gets a freelance assignment to write about the nation's old-fashioned roller coasters, and she takes off across the U.S. to report on a fanatical sub-culture. This picaresque research junket dovetails with the wedding of her Tourette's-riddled father, whom she hasn't seen in years. Brazenly erotic and stingingly funny, Thrill-Bent zooms from Coney Island to New Orleans to Salt Lake City then to the San Fernando Valley as our heroine learns how to be truly impulsive in a buttoned-down world.
Category: Fiction

Courage

Author : Karen Finneyfrock
ISBN : 9781938912214
Genre : Poetry
File Size : 53.86 MB
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A collection of fierce, empowering poems by living, self-identified women writers intended for girls age 12-21. Full of advice, critique, reflection, commiseration, humor, sorrow and rage, this anthology includes poems by some of the most exciting female poets writing and performing today. Courage; Daring Poems for Gutsy Girls will live in lockers, backpacks and under beds for years, its pages reblogged, tattooed, dog-eared and coffee stained.
Category: Poetry

The Common Lot And Other Stories

Author : Emma Bell Miles
ISBN : 9780804040747
Genre : Literary Collections
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The seventeen narratives of The Common Lot and Other Stories, published in popular magazines across the United States between 1908 and 1921 and collected here for the first time, are driven by Emma Bell Miles’s singular vision of the mountain people of her home in southeastern Tennessee. That vision is shaped by her strong sense of social justice, her naturalist’s sensibility, and her insider’s perspective. Women are at the center of these stories, and Miles deftly works a feminist sensibility beneath the plot of the title tale about a girl caught between present drudgery in her father’s house and prospective drudgery as a young wife in her own. Wry, fiery, and suffused with details of both natural and social worlds, the pieces collected here provide a particularly acute portrayal of Appalachia in the early twentieth century. Miles’s fiction brings us a world a century in the past, but one that will easily engage twenty-first-century readers. The introduction by editor and noted Miles expert Grace Toney Edwards places Miles in the literary context of her time. Edwards highlights Miles’s quest for women’s liberation from patriarchal domination and oppressive poverty, forces against which Miles herself struggled in making a name for herself as a writer and artist. Illustrations by the author and Miles family photographs complement the stories.
Category: Literary Collections