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FYI, I uploaded a cover for "People Will Always Be Kind" in case you want to use it.
Marcia,
New documentary just released with Jim Harrison and Gary Snyder titled Practice of The Wild. http://tinyurl.com/2vyc8fb
Enjoy!
~S
Marcia,

I just added Dreiser's biography, Apostle of Nature, and saw you own it. I just uploaded a dustjacket. Just getting around to enter Jim Harrison's stuff? He's a favorite of mine. He just published a new book of Poetry this month called 'In Search of Small Gods'. I posted one of them on my profile page. I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to get his signatures on a number his first editions during his 'Returning To Earth' book tour. After hearing him talk, his writing resonates so much clearer.

~Steven
I'm fascinated that you are from Georgetown,Maine, a place I knew well when I was married to someone who lived in Brunswick/Freeport. I have many plates and soup bowls from Georgetown Pottery from the early seventies. You also share more books with me than anyone else--though many others share even more. I'm a retired English teacher (though i do teach Creative Writing part time as a volunteer now to students at Beacon Academy in Boston, a really special, wonderful program). I now live half the year in Blue Hill, Maine, and half in Dedham, Massachusetts. I love this list.

Flashflood59 (aka Tyler)
Thank you for joining the Gardening group. We already have another librarian among our members. If you don't find a discussion topic to your liking, please consider starting one.

Kathy
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