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An Occult History of the Right Side of the Globe

This humorous, opinionated history of the Western world covers over 4000 years of human progress from 2000 BC to the present day (2017). Take a crash course in the people and events that shaped our cultures and civilizations. Read More…

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Live to Tell: Six Award-Winning Tales

Live to Tell explores the art and craft of storytelling in such a way that readers can appreciate the dynamic between the written page and the live stage. The scripts for six award-winning tales are anthologized in this collection, with links to live performances from storytelling competitions, including The Moth StorySLAM. Read More…

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Walking into the Light

Not every pilgrimage requires travel. Some pilgrimages, like this one, can be embarked on without going very far from home. Whether a pilgrimage involves walking the Camino, preparing for Advent, or consciously marking off a period of time to make some changes in your life, what every pilgrim knows is that change does not come easily and rarely happens all at once. Read More…

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News from Somewhere: A Reader in Communication and Challenges to Globalization

This interdisciplinary collection of articles, each followed by questions for critical reflection, advances debate over the impact of globalization on the current social world across geographic, political, ideological, cultural, and economic boundaries. Read More…

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Sky Rivals

During the Golden Age of Aviation of the 1920s and 1930s, two great pilots stood above the rest: one-eyed Oklahoma farm boy Wiley Post, shy and awkward on the ground but a daredevil in the sky; and Jimmie Mattern, a handsome, charismatic Hollywood stunt pilot from Texas. Read More…

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Blood Highways

Blood Highways is the heart-wrenching account of the biggest product liability case in history: the Ford-Firestone fiasco. Read More…

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When Rupert Murdoch Came to Tea: A Memoir

Whoever coined the phrase ‘the middle of nowhere’ must have had Broken Hill in mind, because that’s where it was — and still is, although the Road to Nowhere is now all-weather tarmac. Seven hundred miles due west of Sydney. Three hundred and thirty miles northeast of Adelaide. Read More…