Knoxville Writers' Guild - Published Authors (2010 -current)
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In the 1800's, a young needleworker is forced to leave her mountain home in southern Italy and create a new life as she journeys west across America.
Contact author: p.schoene @ comcast.net
An uneasy friendship in youth renews as Martin begins his career as a Chicago Cub and Ike writes for a Chicago newspaper and covers the Cubs
Contact Joe Rector for copies at email@example.com
Watermelon for Everyone by Martha Rose Woodward
A whimsical look at the life cycle of a watermelon offers fun facts and details about this delicious fruit. Suitable for use as both an instructional tool and a child's favorite book.
Contact Martha Rose Woodward for copies at Sunspherebook @aol.com or call (865) 951.0319.
Autumn Thoughts by Jim Hasler
A collection of 101 of Hasler's poems on themes of humor, sadness, politics, and advice among others. Many styles of poetry are contained within this collection. Hasler's preferred styles are the English Sonnet and a metered eight-count rhyming style or derivative.
Knox Vegas – Murder on Market Square by William Morris is a fictional mystery novel centering on Knoxville politics and drug trafficking. The lead is a ne’r do well reporter for the local paper who investigates a murder on market square and the relationship between the current mayor and gubernatorial candidate. Crime interests from New Jersey intervene to eliminate all leads to the story.
by Knox Vegas Publishing, this book is available on Amazon.com, Kindle,
RALA – Regional and Local Artist just off market square, Knoxville
Soap Candle and Gifts, and my website www.knoxvegaspublishing.com
Dr. Who and Philosophy: Bigger on the Inside edited by Court Lewis and Paula Smithka.
A team of philosphers take a fun and engaging look at the philosophical themes that appear in the TV show Doctor Who. The book examines issues of personal identity, science, ethics, beauty, culture, existence, and, among other things, philosophy itself.
Circle, Turtle, Ashes contains forty-six poems and two essays that lead the reader through a gnarly wood of learning and teaching science. In this, his third collection of poems and essays, scientist Art Stewart writes about life and death.
Driven by the death of the poet's father, he examines influence and learning, and what these mean for living and legacy. As always, Stewart connects science and ltierature through careful choice of words, and echoes his strong believe that young scientists can enhance communication skills through understanding and use of poetry.
Available through Celtic Cat Publishing; Barnes & Noble; Books-A-Million; Amazon.com and many otheronline book stores.
Horace the Hopper by Grant Fetters
A young grasshopper that feels the itch of exploration. Horace wanted to see the world and explore what is around the next corner, but he needs help and seeks the wisdom of his friends and the wisest creature in the forest. While on his quest, Horace is confronted by trials and pitfalls. Through a bit of luck, Horace prevails. When exploring outside your comfort zone, you must be careful. You need to rely on your friends and hold them true. Illustrated children’s book, 32 pages, 2,200 words, with 17 Illustrations.
at amazon.com and the author at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lyric poetry, ranging from love poetry to poems of Jewish identity and the Holocaust. This poetry is a distillation of work from almost forty years of writing.
Available at Carpe Librum, Borders, Barnes & Noble.
is the story of 12-year old Todd who has recently lost his father. His
nightmares tell him that he may be responsible for his father's death.
When he begins hearing his dead father's voice, he's not sure what's
real anymore. Todd believes that his whole identity lies in winning
the bike-racing competition and being the champ again. When that fails,
Todd comes to learn that there are more ways than one to be Champ. Available
and at now at https://www.createspace.com/3426373.
Author's web site: http://www.kathfearing.com
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