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Post-Modern Blues: love, lost loves, mortality, time, death, sex, connection, a soupçon of politics, the weather, and the vicissitudes of daily distraction—and yet more love, because obsessions do not change. […]
Long time Midwest artists Craig Campbell and Priscilla Steele give us a unique, entertaining, colorful, and fascinating take on a seemingly everyday topic—devising a fully transformed adventure full of magic and charm. There are stories all around us and this one moves from the heart of creativity … […]
The Spirit Lake Incident in March of 1857 was a dark moment in Midwestern History, incited by indigenous resistance to their loss of homeland culture, and people. A number of white settlers in northwest Iowa’s lakes region were killed. Four female survivors were taken by lnkpaduta and his band of Dakota Sioux. […]
A long journey to homestead and in pioneer spirit the Dell’s moved from Iowa to the Dakota territory. Travel, food, children and hardships awaited them as they worked to achieve their dreams. Along the way, a friendship developed with well-known Lakota Chief Sitting Bull. A humble and educational story. […]
Wyman and the Florida Knights | Novel by Larry Baker | Isbn 9781948509299 | $19.99 | 364 pages | Fiction | Florida | Coming Fall of 2021 | Pre-order and get a signed copy as soon as the book is available! Peter Wyman was the most famous portrait painter in America, but his fame had […]
An endearing account of a family’s loving wish to adopt a child from China, to care for a daughter and the support, hope, love, and inspiration they find all along the way. Who knew a simple wave and the care of people at the hospital would make such a huge difference. A heart breaking and heart warming and much needed story for our times. […]
Lyrical meditations on rural life braided with observations from her global public health and medical practice with struggles raising an autistic son and all the beauty and challenges brought by the creatures that surround her wild Iowa home. An instant environmental classic. An updated Leopold Land Ethics book. […]