Poet Doc Patrick Clary, Dying For Beginners.
At the heart of this poetry by Patrick Clary are often tough and sometimes terrible details, generated out of an intensely lived, closely observed life as an unarmed medic in platoons patrolling the jungles of Vietnam, an intern in the hospital emergency rooms of New York City, and a nationally recognized Poet-Doctor ministering tothe spiritual and bodily pains of theterminally ill in New Hampshire. His first book of poetry, Notes from a Loveletter, was published under a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Maureen McLane reveals her free-ranging poetic vision in her National Book Award Finalist, This Blue.
2014 National Book Award Finalist in Poetry and 2012 National Book Critics Circle Award Finalist in Autobiography Maureen McClane reads and talks about six poems from her NBA Finalist, This Blue.
Norman Van Aken recalls his life in the collegial world of famous chefs and their culinary arts.
The 'founding father' of New World Cuisine, an international fusion of Latin, Caribbean, Asian, African and American flavors, Norman Van Aken reveals how he found his way into the 'No Experience Necessary' world of Emeril Lagasse,Charlie Trotter, Alice Waters, and Julia Child.
Carl Hiaasen cleans up Skink without talking down to kids.
Journalist, columnist, bestselling author of fourteen adult novels, and award-winning children's book author Carl Hiaasen brings his adult, foul-mouthed, road-kill eating, one-eyed ex-governor of Florida to a children's bookstore near you.
Anna Dewdney rides another llama to market.