These al poems and prose poems range from topics such as clairvoyant grandmas, roosters of questionable pedigree, one-armed farmhands, and a girl obsessed with holding her breath.
These al poems and prose poems range from topics such as clairvoyant grandmas, roosters of questionable pedigree, one-armed farmhands, and a girl obsessed with holding her breath. ISBN13:9780873387576. Release Date:January 2003.
Any Kind of Excuse book. Nin Andrews draws upon her childhood experiences of being raised on a farm in Virginia and her haunting dreams of her father in this Southern-flavored collection of poems. Nin Andrews draws upon her childhood experiences of being raised.
Series: Wick Chapbook Series 3 (Book 9). Paperback: 48 pages. Publisher: The Kent State University Press (January 8, 2005). ISBN-13: 978-0873388344. Product Dimensions: . x . inches. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Careers.
Any Kind of Excuse (Wick Poetry Chapbook Series, Se.
Any Kind of Excuse (Wick Poetry Chapbook Series, Ser. 3, No. 1) 3 copies. Spontaneous Breasts 3 copies. She won an individual artist grant from the Ohio Arts Council in 1997 and again in 2003 and is the author of five full-length and six chapbooks of poetry.
That subway series was one of my best early memories. And I can only think of 2 kinds of people would want to kill Wick before the huge contract put on his head, people who have grudges and glory hounds. The people with grudges against John have probably been throughly dealt with by Mr Wick himself. Either with their demise or with a very good understanding of what would happen if they were to cross him, like the guy warning what John was capable of with a pencil at the beginning of JW2.
Nin Andrews is the recipient of the 2016 Ohioana Award for Poetry. Any Kind of Excuse (Wick Chapbook Series 3) Feb 17, 2003. Her books include Why God is a Woman, The Book of Orgasms, Our Lady of the Orgasm, Why They Grow Wings, Midlife Crisis with Dick and Jane, Sleeping with Houdini, Dear Professor, and Southern Comfort. Her book, Miss August, will be published by CavanKerry in May, 2017.
The Clue series is a book series of 18 children's books published throughout the 1990s based on the board game Clue. The books are compilations of mini-mysteries that the reader must solve involving various crimes committed at the home of Reginald Boddy by six of his closest "friends". Each book begins with a small chapter where Mr Boddy introduces himself to the reader. He explains the situation and introduces the six suspects. This ends with some kind of cliffhanger that leads into the first chapter.