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The Cabin  The Cabin: Journal 1964-1985
Author: Heyen, William
Pub Date: 2009; 698 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59539-031-8
Price: $25.00

William Heyen is one of our most prolific, honored and necessary poets. Since 1968, Heyen has kept an almost daily journal - a restless chronicle of creativity and the stuff of life. In this first volume of Heyen's collected journal, youthful ambition and drive rub up against the demands and pleasures of family life, professional duties and sports scores. Additionally, the journal provides an interesting perspective on the literary scene of the late 60s and the decade of the 70s - magazines and books and writers weave in and out of these entries. Heyen's journals are essential - and compulsive - reading for anyone interested in the active pursuit of authenticity and satisfaction.
Titanic & Iceberg: Early Essays & Reviews
Author: Heyen, William
Pub Date: 2006; 259 pages
ISBN: 978-1-59539-003-5
Price: $14.95

A philosopher-logician might explain to us that the Titanic came to be what it was and where it was by way of countless causal series. The same thing may, of course, be said of the iceberg to which in our imaginations it is forever wedded. But accident may be defined as the casual intersection of causal series, and in this book of early critical writings by William Heyen we may hear the scrapings of ice on steel, the band playing on the doomed deck, may follow the plunge of mind into ocean as he reads dozens of the poets of our works and days.
Home: Autobiographies, Etc.
Author: Heyen, William
Pub Date: Aug 2005; 349 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9718059-3-4
Price: $14.95

Literary Nonfiction. Memoir. A collection of essays, interviews, and other prose.

"William Heyen is a remarkable poet." Joyce Carol Oates;  "William Heyen is that rare American phenomenon: an undervalued major American poet." Vince Clemente

Jezebel and the Peterbilt Mac Truck
Author: McCormick, Rebecca
Pub Date: 2005; 63 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9718059-6-5
Price: $14.95

Memoir. Rebecca McCormick (B.F.A., Vermont College/Norwich University) is a writer, artist, and book illustrator. Her poetry is published in The Oil City Review, The Pittsburgh Quarterly, Pennsylvania English, RiverSedge, Sojourner and Tobeco, and Perspectivas.
The Bluffton Charge: One Preacher's Struggle for Civil Rights
Author: Howie, Stephen S.
Pub Date: 2000
ISBN: 0-9666028-3-8
Price: $14.95

Biography. Politics. African American Studies. The Bluffton Charge chronicles the struggle of two unsung heroes from the early moments of the Civil Rights Movement. It is written with grace and beauty by a son who sets out to understand both those turbulent times and his parents as they were before he was born. He has done a remarkable job —Patsy Sims, The Klan. With numerous black and white photographs.
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