Monthly Archives: November 2014

Beyond the Sea, by Vicki Lindner

Beyond the Sea An excerpt from Baby, It’s You,  a memoir By Vicki Lindner   Author’s Summary: “Beyond the Sea” is Chapter 17 of Baby, It’s You, my memoir-in-progress about love, race, and rebellion. This story of an ill-fated interracial … Continue reading

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World Peace Through Volunteerism, By Brian Wrixon

Building World Peace Through Volunteerism by Brian Wrixon                 “Passage – the act or process of moving through, under, over, or past something on the way from one place to another.”   The title Passage to India has been used … Continue reading

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Body Language of Poetry, by Djelloul Marbrook

The Body Language of Poetry By Djelloul Marbrook Don’t gesticulate with your hands or make faces when speaking, the teachers at my British boarding school told me. It’s vulgar. I’m sure that this enjoinder at such an impressionable age imbued my … Continue reading

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Loving Through The Truth, By Lyla June Johnston

Loving Through The Truth By Lyla June Johnston It took a lot of strength and courage to admit that what was happening to me was abuse. It was hard for me for two reasons 1) I thought that only weak … Continue reading

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