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BH: Rashaun Allen reads and signs, The Blues Cry For A Revolution

Award-winning Poet and Writer, Rashaun J. Allen's The Blues Cry For A Revolution is a poetry collection that navigates systemic oppression black victims, watchers, and resisters face in the United States. The versatile collection serves not only as a voice for those who have suffered and a mirror to those who ignore reality, but also a message of bravery. Despite the harsh imagery, there is a call for a younger generation to persevere and overcome adversity.
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$14.99
ISBN: 9780983009672
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Published: Royal Blue Publishing - January 21st, 2020

BH: David Levine signs and discusses, The Hudson Valley: The First 250 Million Years: A Mostly Chronological and Occasionally Personal History

About the Author


David Levine is a freelance writer and editor. He is the author, co-author or ghostwriter of six sports books, including Life on the Rim (Macmillan) and In the Land of Giants (Little, Brown). He currently writes about lifestyle and general interest topics--from history and business to beer and baseball--as a contributing writer for Hudson Valley, Westchester, and 914Inc magazines. He lives in Albany, NY, with his wife, Kimberly, daughter, Grace, and faithful dog, Sadie.

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$26.95
ISBN: 9781493047895
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Published: Globe Pequot Press - February 1st, 2020

BH: Christina Beauchemin signs and discusses, Let My Legacy Be Love

In Let My Legacy Be Love, Christina Beauchemin shares her personal story as an example of what is possible when we look at our childhood experiences with curiosity, openness and a willingness to consider a different perspective. By digging in—and for the first time, taking a very honest look at the childhood events that shaped her adult life—Christina found her truth.

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$16.00
ISBN: 9781982202897
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Published: Balboa Press - September 14th, 2018

BH: Richard Vosko signs and discusses Art and Architecture for Congregational Worship: The Search for a Common Ground

A deep strain of tribal politics is dividing societies around the globe. Organized religions are also coping with scandals, disappointments, and polarizing ideologies. The history of Christianity reveals that such frictions deeply wound the church. Fr. Richard S. Vosko recognizes that liturgical buildings are metaphorical expressions of the people of God. He proposes, in a relational way, that when all physical and psychological boundaries in a place of worship are removed people will discover a common ground.

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$29.95
ISBN: 9780814684719
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Published: Liturgical Press - September 26th, 2019

BH: Kevin Wilson signs and discusses, Sully's Squad

     Sully’s Squad is not only a World War II epic, but also a moving coming-of-age tale, told through the eyes of fiftee

BH: Eugenia Zuckerman reads and signs, Like Falling Through a Cloud

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What if the dreaded world of Alzheimer’s was also a world of emotional discovery? Eugenia Zukerman’s poetry and simple prose, both heartbreaking and ultimately inspirational, ushers the reader into her world as she unflinchingly examines familial loyalties, moments from her past and present, and the need to face an uncertain future due to the diagnosis of a condition that she truly hopes “will remain unnamed.”

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$21.95
ISBN: 9781732491229
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Published: East End Press - November 5th, 2019

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