ÇARCANET Poetry Book Society Recommendation MATTHEWWELTON “We needed coffee but...' We needed coffee but we'd got ourselves convinced that the
later We left it the better it would taste, and, as he country grew flatter and the ...
Author: Matthew Welton
From its title, which runs to 101 words in full, to its wordless concrete poems; from its World Cup fixture list to its transformations of four-letter words, 'We needed coffee but...' is audacious, mischievous, even outrageous. As in his award-winning first collection The Book of Matthew, the poet attends precisely to each detail: the rhythms are musical but unexpected; the brightness control on imagery is turned up high. New in this book is the emphasis on collaboration. Some of this work began in text pieces for art exhibitions or as song-cycle lyrics. Other poems respond to the influences of Gertrude Stein, Raymond Queneau, Inger Christensen, dom silvester houedard, Yoko Ono and Gyorgy Ligeti. Matthew Welton turns rigorous control into a dancing display of wit: we become his collaborators in the shared delight that inventive poetry can contrive.
“I'm chatting with your house keeper and then we 're off. Lewiston and south.”
She looked at him with wide eyes but all she said was, “Oh.” “I hope Catran
brightens up before Monty gets home. I may not feel like coffee but you still need coffee ...
Author: Linnea Larsson
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Coeur dAlene is a city on the north end of Coeur dAlene Lake, a hundred miles from the Canadian border. In 1930, prohibition was in force, and the mines to the east and logging camps to the south were filled with men who were paid on Saturday night and where a fellow was served at a bar if he was tall enough to order across it. Grag Bergman, a widower and father of two, was a banker in Coeur dAlene. Gary Madison brought whiskey across the border from Canada, owned a few clubs, supplied red-light establishments, the police, doctors, lawyers, bankers, and private citizens. This is a story of that special time of probation, of Depression, a time between world wars in that special part of the north Idaho, where homesteads were still new and civilization as we know it today was only a dream.
But all I remember about that interview was that I did my best to have an
intelligent conversation with a piece of ... Now what we really wanted was some coffee. But ... We did not need another day of news stories featuring a run on the
Author: John F. Bovenzi
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
Witness how the FDIC manages your money during financial crises Inside the FDIC tells the real stories behind bank failures and financial crises to provide a direct account of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and other bank regulators. Author John Bovenzi served in senior level positions within the FDIC for over twenty years, including a decade as the Deputy to the Chairman and Chief Operating Officer. This book describes what he witnessed as the person in charge of day-to-day operations, as a nearly invisible agency grew to become a major, highly independent force impacting US financial markets. Readers will learn how the FDIC and other bank regulators use the power of the federal government, spend other people's money, and approach decision-making. This book takes readers inside the FDIC to showcase: The FDIC's emergence as a major market influence How ten FDIC chairmen helped shape the US financial regulatory system Internal conflicts between the FDIC and other bank regulatory agencies Pressures and challenges presented by financial crises Since the early 1980s, over 3,400 banks have failed. These failures weren't steady, regular, and easily predictable events; periods of tranquility were followed by turmoil, booms led to busts, and peaceful complacency often turned to sudden devastation. Inside the FDIC chronicles it all, from the perspective of a first hand witness inside the agency responsible for calming the storm.
“I'm perfectly well, thank you very much.” She took a defiant sip of her second cup
of coffee. “But you're right that I need more practice. I want to become proficient
enough that I don't need your help to control the visions.” “Don't push too far too ...
We could walk on side walks and never need overshoes or carry mud into the
house. I don't remember ever wanting to live in town. ... We always had plenty of
sugar and coffee, but we needed shoes. We had a battery radio that we used in ...
Author: Amy Mattson Lauters
Publisher: University of Missouri Press
"Examining how women were presented in farming and mainstream magazines over fifty years and interviewing more than 180 women who lived on farms, Lauters reveals that, rather than being victims of patriarchy, most farm women were astute businesswomen, working as partners with their husbands and fundamental to the farming industry"--Provided by publisher.
... always smooth, straightforward or easy. There is a need for collaboration.28
Silver, for example, described how the ... There was also a collection of poetry by
by Matthew Welton: We needed coffee but ... (2009). 6 The Analysis of Research
Author: Rebecca E. Lyons
This book is open access under a CC-BY licence. Part of the AHRC/British Library Academic Book of the Future Project, this book interrogates current and emerging contexts of academic books from the perspectives of thirteen expert voices from the connected communities of publishing, academia, libraries, and bookselling.
The bed/chairs themselves were comfortable, but the motion of the train always
made a proper night's rest difficult. At least it ... I was wide-awake and eager to
get off the train, but I politely asked if they wanted coffee or breakfast before we
I'll pour you some coffee.” “I'm obliged. Where's Merlin?” A chair scraped across
the floor. “The boys are in the barn. They'll ... “We out of tea?” He knew he
sounded surly, but maybe he felt surly. “No, but I thought we both needed coffee
Author: Judith B. Glad
Publisher: Uncial Press
Sixteen-year-old Merlin Lachlan dreams of knight errantry, but with only one eye, doubts he'll ever be more than a squire--a knight-in-training. He soon has the opportunity to play the hero when he befriends Calista Smith, a girl-child traveling alone to her father in Montana. Eight years later Merlin receives a telegram from Callie, a cry for help. Her father is taking her to an unknown destination, possibly to a fate worse than death. Abandoned at the depot in Cheyenne, along and virtually penniless, Callie finds work. When Merlin arrives he finds not a damsel in distress but a woman standing on her own two feet. Still, she is Callie, and he has a tender memory of her. As she has of him.Merlin weds Callie to ensure that her father will have no more control over her fate. Thwarted, Lem Smith seeks revenge and ends their brief idyll with fire and blood and terror. Afterward Merlin has no memory of her, beyond what his friends tell him. Callie is captive and helpless. Each believes the other dead.Time heals most wounds, but not broken hearts. Callie escapes from her father and builds a life for herself. Merlin returns home, all of his youthful dreams shattered. Until a child's smile awakens old memories, and a family calls to its own.
I spent the night sitting in a corner of the room, my gun ready at my side. At six o'
clock, everyone was up. I made coffee, but only Salvador wanted to join me. The
others left the apartment without a word. “Don't worry,” said Salvador. “They don't
Author: Hipolito Acosta
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Social Science
Living under an assumed identity and risking his life were all in a day’s work for U.S. Government Agent Hipolito Acosta. He worked regularly in high-stakes undercover operations infiltrating Mexico’s murderous immigrant smuggling rings and drug cartels. Acosta’s investigations are legendary, both inside law enforcement and the crime cartels he helped neutralize. He had himself smuggled from Mexico to Chicago with a truckload of poor immigrants; worked his way into the confidences of a gang of international counterfeiters; socialized with some of Mexico’s most vicious drug lords; arrested a female smuggler by luring her across the U.S. border for an amorous rendezvous; and was the target of multiple murder plots by the criminals he put in jail. For three decades, Hipolito Acosta’s work routinely made national headlines, and he quickly gained a reputation as a daring crime fighter who used his intelligence and audacity to stay one step ahead of those who would kill him if his cover were ever blown. Acosta’s stories read like chapters from a page-turning crime novel, but The Shadow Catcher is more than a front-seat ride through the criminal underworld along the U.S./Mexico border. This heartbreaking exposé goes beyond sensational headlines and medals of honor to divulge what an agent endures in order to ensure that U.S. law is enforced and to reveal the unseen human side of illegal immigration.
We sat down in the lounge, which suddenly seemed very small, dark and
cramped with all these muscular men filling it. I offered them coffee but Kessler
refused on their behalf. “We need to know everything about you,” Kessler
announced, via ...
Author: Latif Yahia
Book Description: The Black Hole has been banned in Ireland and USA Book Shops.. is the next chapter in the extraordinary and chilling life story of author Latif Yahia. Having escaped the brutal Iraqi regime through Northern Iraq with the help of the CIA in 1992, Latif touched down in Austria. Having family in the pristine and picturesque city of Vienna, Latif is somewhat reassured that his life will be calmer now without Uday Saddam Hussein and his hedonistically violent lifestyle. Alongside Latif is Nusa, a hired girl, a plaything and ego boost for her Baghdadi clientele, although she has never been mentioned in Latif's past works the reasons for her concealment become apparent as the story unfolds. Unfortunately life was never to become the idyll that Latif desired, his knowledge or perceived knowledge of the inner Iraqi regime was to become his saviour and his tormentor. This, left him chained and unable to move forward, as much as he wished to forget, his handlers wanted to know more. Latif became almost a prized item in the world of International Intelligence with nearly all of the world's Intelligence agencies vying for his allegiance, his pleas for neutrality and normality unheard. Ultimately Latif was to pay the price for his uncooperative stance; ten and a half months were spent in a covert Austrian/CIA prison cell in solitary confinement, until by chance his freedom was assured by a visiting judge. One would think that after such events Latif's life may take a quieter turn, this was not to be the case, the game of cat and mouse that played out across the breadth of Europe was interspersed by the tragic death of Latif's beloved father, several assassination attempts and the murder of his first real love a Saudi Arabian Princess Latif Yahia's previous books have sold over one million copies worldwide in twenty languages.
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Yet, ironically, according to an intriguing book titled Your Body; Many Cries for
Water by F. Batmanghelidj, M.D., most Americans ... Also, many of us think that
because we consume other liquids (tea, coffee, juice), we have less need for
Author: Brenda Hunter
Category: Health & Fitness
Heal Your Body, Embrace Your Life. Few things are more frightening, confusing, or devastating than a diagnosis of cancer. If you or someone you love has cancer (or is at risk for it), you want reliable information, reasons for hope, and a plan of attack you can trust. Staying Alive provides this and more. A six-year cancer survivor, psychologist, and cancer coach, Dr. Brenda Hunter presents the program that has contributed significantly to her survival, as well as interviews with cancer experts and long-term survivors. Inside you’ll find: • life-changing strategies for beating cancer • an integrated, holistic approach to cancer care and survival that involves body, mind, and spirit • success stories and survival strategies from long-term cancer survivors • a proactive nutritional program designed to empower you and increase wellness • interviews with national cancer experts The good news? The human body has an amazing capacity to heal itself when life-changing strategies are applied. Dr. Brenda Hunter suggests that many of us can work to reverse–or prevent–cancer’s destructive course. Learn how you may be unnecessarily putting yourself at increased risk, and discover the steps you can take today to begin to restore or protect your health. A Cancer-Conquering Plan for Your Body, Mind, Emotions, and Spirit
I heard her fishing the items she needed out of the caddy. I took two mugs out
ofthe cabinet. “Sugar and creamer?” I asked. That's how Myra usually took her coffee, but sometimes she only wanted sugar . ..or artificial sweetener . . . that ...
Author: Gayle Trent
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader.
By sunrise, he was struggling to breathe. I remember my husband and I sat in the
family room floor with him early that morning. I knew he was dying, but I didn't
know why. I wanted him to be OK, but we were way past that. I knew when I took ...
Author: Chrystal Parker
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This is, first and foremost, a book about private animal rescue. The stories are true. As a result, these pages are filled with sadness and joy, loss and hope, heartbreak and compassion. Within the stories, personalities emerge, and the love affair between author and animal is apparent. During the course of one year, the author blogs the stories from her past alongside the rescues that occur in real time. Along the way, she discovers a growing support system in the blogosphere. Those connections offer not only emotional succor but also very tangible aid. The world of private animal rescue is candidly revealed in a series of short vignettes.
Any coffee drinker can tell stories about their worst café experience, or about the
local retail chain they visit when they “just need some caffeine.” But we need not
look beyond economics to see that building communities is a way to foster the ...
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Offering philosophical insights into the popular morning brew, Coffee -- Philosophy for Everyone kick starts the day with an entertaining but critical discussion of the ethics, aesthetics, metaphysics, and culture of coffee. Matt Lounsbury of pioneering business Stumptown Coffee discusses just how good coffee can be Caffeine-related chapters cover the ethics of the coffee trade, the metaphysics of coffee and the centrality of the coffee house to the public sphere Includes a foreword by Donald Schoenholt, President at Gillies Coffee Company
I needed you to read about a bit of what I have seen, more than anyone needed
me to write about them. So, I silently wrote to Marwa ... He said to them: "You all wanted coffee, nothing more, but competed for the cups. And now you can't fully ...
But Sura shook herhead. “Coffee,” she said. “We need coffee.” “Think I'llstick
tohot chocolate.” Sura smiledandfilled theteakettle at the sink. We didn'thaveto
wait long before we heard Dad moving around upstairs, the floorboards creaking
Author: Beth Hautala
Category: Juvenile Fiction
A novel about one girl’s journey to the arctic, where she discovers the power of letting go of pain and opening up to second chances When twelve-year-old Talia—still reeling from the recent death of her mother—is forced to travel with her emotionally and physically distant whale-researcher father to the Arctic for the summer, she begins to wonder if the broken pieces inside of her will ever begin to heal. Like her jar of wishes, Talia feels bottled up and torn. Everything about life in Churchill feels foreign, including Sura, the traditional Inuit woman whom Talia must live with. But when Sura exposes her to the tradition of storytelling, she unlocks something within Talia that has long since been buried: her ability to hope, to believe again in making wishes come true. A rich and poignant story about opening up—to new people, to second chances, to moving forward with life. Praise for Waiting for Unicorns: "Debut author Hautala's writing in this first-person narrative is lyrical and evocative; her descriptions of the landscape are vivid. Written by an author to watch, this quiet story of loss and healing will appeal to thoughtful readers." --Kirkus Reviews "This poignant story demonstrates that opening up to new experiences, places, and people can enrich life even in the aftermath of tragedy."--School Library Journal “[An] affecting exploration of grief and the hope that can come through the love of good friends. With spellbinding descriptions…this story will stay with readers.”--Publishers Weekly “Contemplative writing…a thoughtful examination of loss and hope.”--Booklist "Hautala mines the frigid setting for some exquisitely wrought metaphors of sadness and grief, and Tal’s reflections on her situation are lyrical and yet still appropriate, given her age. Readers who were touched by Holly Goldberg Sloan’s Counting by 7s will find this to be a similarly moving tale."--BCCB Reviews "Middle school readers will embrace Talia and her new family in the Arctic and perhaps receive the message about the power of stories to heal."--VOYA Reviews "This is a well-written tween novel that deals with growing pains, grief, and loneliness."--School Library Connection
I wanted a platoon of marines to guard the walkway. This wasn't an “I'll protect my
buddies in a bar fight” kind of an instinct, but an “If anyone so much as thinks
about harming my child in any way, they're in for trouble” ... decide I needed coffee.
Author: Graham Garrison
Publisher: Kregel Publications
The highly-anticipated sequel to Hero's Tribute Wes Watkins's journalism career took off when he was asked to eulogize Michael Gavin, a stranger to Wes but a hometown hero to the humble folks of Talking Creek, Georgia. While researching Gavin's life, Wes was confronted with an estranged relationship of his own that he wasn't prepared to address, having ignored for years the occasional letters from his imprisoned father. Wes has chosen to focus instead on his growing career and his budding relationship with Emmy. His life is looking up . . . until his marriage proposal to Emmy goes south. Left to wonder if he can reconcile with Emmy before she is deployed to Afghanistan, Wes can no longer avoid the other reconciliation that troubles him. But when Wes uncovers a painful truth about his parents' past, patching things up with his father may prove impossible. Wes's life is close to spiraling out of control. Will Wes learn to forgive? Or will the best year of his life turn into the worst? Set against the haunting backdrop of several Civil War battlefields, Legacy Road is a grace-full exploration of hidden secrets--and what happens when they are revealed. Through the ups and downs of human relationships, of family ties lost and found, southern fiction fans will ponder the age-old question: How do you forgive others--and release yourself--from a past that threatens to destroy you?
This sounds like everything you need, but you probably don't need to purchase a
machine this elaborate. ... Grinder To make superb coffee, you need to grind the
beans in-house since they lose their flavor quickly after being chopped up.
Author: Linda Formichelli
Category: Business & Economics
Brew up your own business. This is a step-by-step guide to realizing what for many people is a cherished dream: opening a successful coffee bar. The Complete idiot's Guide to Starting and Running a Coffee Bar includes the dirt on what it's really like to work behind the counter and information of everything from how to build a business plan, to how to make the drinks and how to price them. - Only series book of its kind - The specialty coffee business is still growing - Small businesses create 7 out of 10 new jobs in America - Susan Gilbert has started and run five successful coffee bars
“Why are you up so early?” Darcy murmured through a yawn. She reached for a
mug and served herself a cup of coffee. “But I'm glad you are. I need coffee, and I need it now.” She raised the mug to her lips and drank without doctoring it with ...
Author: Bonnie Gardner
Desperate times call for desperate measures! So when general's daughter Darcy Stanton abruptly balked at marrying a macho military man, she shamelessly fled her wedding and hit the road running. But fickle fate delivered Darcy into the arms of irresistible air force sergeant Billy Hays, whose Southern charm and gentle embrace nearly hijacked her heart! Fortunately, this sergeant was a confirmed bachelor. Unfortunately, his beloved, ailing, Alabama mama dearly wished to see him wed. So in a twinkling Darcy was back at the altar—conveniently pretending to be Billy's bride. Trouble was, his sizzling kiss and tenderness made Darcy secretly long for a real happily-ever-after…as Sgt. Billy's wife!