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  • Isaac, Cheryl Collins (2014-06-05)
    By the time she arrived in the United States in 1996, Cheryl had been a victim of the First Liberian Civil War which was started in 1989 as a coup attempt by rebel leader, Charles Taylor, to overthrow corrupt president, ...
  • Stevens, Taylor Andy (2015)
  • Del Rio, Christina (2016-06-16)
    Another Kind of Love is a novel that tells of loss, love and fate as seen through the lives of Ray and Cheyenne—whose love for each other takes them both by surprise. Cheyenne begins her story engaged to Jedidiah, a ...
  • Hosek, Don A. (2014-06-19)
    The Archbishop’s Son tells the tale of Emil, an orphan raised in a Catholic orphanage in 1900 Prague. He discovers his mother had been one of the nuns at the orphanage and when he finds her, she tells him that his father ...
  • Lockwood-Fleming, Katherine Bates (2014-06)
    One night Kathy Lockwood comes home to find her father has cut his hand and can only assume he has killed her mother. Her OCD and dysfunctional life lead her to expect the worse – and often that’s what happens. Like an ...
  • Tier, Benjamin (2014-06)
    Herein contains a collection of my thesis work, consisting of short stories. Each story was written and revised during my time with the University of Tampa MFA in Creative Writing program. As an artist, I seek to explore ...
  • Wilhelm, Gregg (2014-01-03)
    Set in a time between glam rock and filthy punk, “Backbeat the Waves” washes over the summer that changed Mercury Widdershins’s life. His divorced mother struggles to keep the family bar from sinking. His gay uncle gets ...
  • Cox, Daniel (2014-01)
    Better Time Than These is a compilation of eight short stories whose central themes revolve around the characters’ constant striving for goodness up against the simple human truths of hunger, weakness, honor, lust, and ...
  • Howard, Jessica (2016-06-16)
    THE BLESSED MEEK is an exploration of free will versus the sovereignty of the church and those who keep its doctrines. By exposing the lives of Meekness residents, especially preachers’ kids, Will Chance and Alora Ryan, ...
  • Tomassi, Adriana F. (2014-01)
    Boneclocks is a hybrid genre work consisting of a nonfiction foreword and a novel in multiple voices that utilizes typography, artwork, poetry and prose. The published version will be much more intricate and laden with ...
  • Goldstein, Sasi (2015)
  • Gustafson, Jim (2015)
    The poems in this collection arise from place and season. The place is South Florida; the season is winter. Older folks come to this place to escape the earth’s move from the sun, for here it is easier to pretend the ...
  • Frazier, Guy (2016-01-07)
    Cherry Red is a story of one man who fled a stable and responsible life, and his first true love, and engaged in reckless and deadly private investigative activities. He realizes his need to escape back to stability and ...
  • Silvia, Jared (2014-05-15)
    The Chimney is a postmodern literary noir which concerns Davey, a recently un-employed newspaper photographer who is conscripted into the service of an agency that deals in explicit celebrity photographs. Davey endeavors ...
  • Christian, Alyssa (2015)
  • Wilhelm, Theresa (2016-06-16)
    This manuscript offers a collection of poems that center around the first-person lyric. Interwoven, are themes and the aesthetic techniques that create imagery, and an experience for the reader. The poems are built for ...
  • Sanger, Katherine (2014-06)
    In the darkness, Cthulhu waits. But not very patiently. Instead, he hangs out in a basement apartment, eating the residents and plotting his return from R'lyeh to the universe we call our own. In these 19 stories, Cthulhu’s ...
  • Syarikin, Ninie (2017-01-05)
    "Cultural Diplomacy, A Creative Mind" is a collection of cross-genre writings, that features poetry, fiction and creative nonfiction. Not only is it a product of creativity and imagination, it is also a deeply extensive ...
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    Bolger, Benjamin B. (2016-06-16)
    The work explores events related to the death of Donald C. Bolger. The author and son, Benjamin B. Bolger, reflects on the complex impact of his father’s death.