I haven't read the book... but considering Hedges' history with Occupy, I wonder whether his failure to provide readers with some alternative or solution isn't deliberate. After all, Occupy doesn't propose to lead people to a new world, but rather tries to inspire them to lead themselves to it - and to reuse a cliche, the first step to revolution is admitting there's a problem.
ReadyMade teaches the basics and helps a lot in trying to cope of with some small tailoring requirements. I loved Stitch 'N Bitch as it taught me basics too and not only that, but also i made a dress for my daughter after learning from it. Very nice guidance if followed in sequence.
I THINK IT'S A MYTH THAT PEOPLE ACTUALLY OWN COPIES OF GRASTRONOMIQUE. I'VE NEVER SEEN ONE ON SOMEONE'S COOKBOOK SHELF.
SAVE ME WHITE PEOPLE! Gawd, this book is such Orientalist schlock. I am not surprised Powells Books featured his culturally-appropriating ass for months. Has he even met any brown people? This IS Portland, after all.
sounds like a nutshell and no opportunitty to even divulge into this book any longer...which is great.
that one dead a week in the Oregonian says that 37 of the 4o something dead and homeless were and are white.
Coming soon- My own faith based funnybook titled Holy Mackerel!, about a fish that becomes Pope
I'm now picturing "Weird Al" doing a Lou Reed parody called "Take A Walk On The Wilder Side".
On www.ahhermesbags.com ,you only use the discount coupon code"AHHERMES" to checkout will get 5% discount. How a amazing new, Let's do it!
the "Mommy, I saw a wall of water"
"no you didn't"
"yes I did"
This is the only first-person account of the Flooding of Vanport I have ever heard. Thank you!
turn back the clock and pretend its xmas again!
More like this. MORE.
Thank you for a well-written review of a book that isn't YA fiction for a change. More, please.
Totally cool. I've written a few already and I'm really wanting to keep up.
John Green is dreamy.
One More for the People can be ordered directly from the publisher at www.perfectdaypublishing.com. Or support one of Portland's independent bookstores and look for it there.
Just by this: As Seifert says in the afterword, "The really classic, lasting monsters—vampires, zombies, and werewolves—are all disease metaphors." Sounds frikin huge amazing.
They're gonna be doing a signing at the Things From Another World in NE this Wednesday when the release the first trade! http://www.facebook.com/events/254796941235985/
I never thought I'd find one other person who thought about genteel nonfiction this way. During my matriculation through a MFA program in Cambridge, MA (my genre was creative nonfiction), I discovered this Lady memoir track. Whew. Yeah. Tragic quilting stories, lots of them. Thanks.
I almost checked my Monsters Manual for a Grassy Gnoll, but then I realized you were talking about something else. Carry on.
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