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Product Description: Writer and filmmaker Claire Burch lost her sight during a heart attack nearly two years ago. Her new book of poetry, Where Never Is Forever, was mostly written following this event and contains a section titled Now I Am Blind, which has surprising imagery as well as some dark humor about her present condition...read more

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9781587901324 | Regent Pr, August 31, 2007, cover price $18.00 | About this edition: Writer and filmmaker Claire Burch lost her sight during a heart attack nearly two years ago.

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Product Description: This novel about Emma Wedgewood, wife of Charles Darwin, centers around her hallucinative mind. Her grief at the death of their child Annie is given a bizarre twist by some ergot mold on the bread she uses for her pudding; her world becomes the twentieth century...read more

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9781587901164 | Regent Pr, August 30, 2005, cover price $19.95 | About this edition: This novel about Emma Wedgewood, wife of Charles Darwin, centers around her hallucinative mind.

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Product Description: "Tales of Young Urban Squatters" takes a close look at the lives and hopes of a group of young people who have left their homes all over America to come to Berkeley, California, a town which seems to give a measure of entitlement to the homeless of assorted ages...read more (view table of contents, read Amazon.com's description)
By Claire Burch and Lydia Gans (photographer)

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9781587900143 | Regent Pr, May 1, 2003, cover price $14.95 | About this edition: "Tales of Young Urban Squatters" takes a close look at the lives and hopes of a group of young people who have left their homes all over America to come to Berkeley, California, a town which seems to give a measure of entitlement to the homeless of assorted ages.

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Product Description: WHAT REALLY KILLED ROSEBUD? is an exploration into the life and death of Rosebud Abigail Denovo, a nineteen year old People's Park activist who was shot and killed by an Oakland police officer on August 25, 1992. The initials of her pseudonym spelled R...read more

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9780916147693 | Regent Pr, September 1, 2000, cover price $18.00 | About this edition: WHAT REALLY KILLED ROSEBUD?

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Product Description: Jim Moore, although ninety years old, is still active in developing ideas that will benefit people. Despite partial blindness and a pacemaker he delivers newspapers every day, plans and distributes leaflets, speaks out wherever he goes against poverty and injustice, and spends his spare time trying to get housing for the homeless...read more

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9780916147662 | Regent Pr, October 1, 1995, cover price $10.00 | About this edition: Jim Moore, although ninety years old, is still active in developing ideas that will benefit people.

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Product Description: In Homeless in the Eighties, Claire Burch begins with tough-talking free-verse that tells the facts and feelings of the homeless experience in a blunt but evocative style. She takes the reader on a thorough tour of homeless life the shelters, the soup kitchens, the crash pads, and gives the non-homeless an intimate glimpse of the bonding and conflicts between the drifters...read more

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9780916147099 | Regent Pr, January 1, 1989, cover price $9.95 | About this edition: In Homeless in the Eighties, Claire Burch begins with tough-talking free-verse that tells the facts and feelings of the homeless experience in a blunt but evocative style.

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