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Here is a collection of my recent oil paintings up until 2003 matched to my poems written on social themes
David and Abby hoped to live simply, but were confronted by other-world influences that radically changed their expectations, plans, ideals, and perceptions.
From the enormously popular Berkeley cheese shop and bakery, a collection of 150 classic recipes along with a history of the store and a cheese primer, all accompanied by 50 photographs. The Cheese Board was there, a hole in the wall with a line out the door, before Chez Panisse was so much as a gleam in my eye. When the restaurant was conceived, I wanted it to be in North Berkeley so the Cheese Board would be nearby, because I knew I would be among friends. -Alice Waters, from the Foreword When a tiny cheese shop opened in Berkeley, California, in 1967, there was little hint of what the store-and the neighborhood-would grow into over the next 30 years. The Cheese Board became a collective a few years later and Chez Panisse opened across the street, giving birth to one of the country's most vibrant food neighborhoods, the epicenter of California's culinary revolution. Equal parts bakery, cheese store, pizzeria, and gathering place, the Cheese Board is a patchwork of the local community, where a passion for good food runs deep. THE CHEESE BOARD presents over 100 recipes for the store's classic breads, pastries, and pizzas, along with a history of the collective and an extensive cheese primer.
The first in a fascinating series. This two(2) book collection blends and depicts Haitis quest for freedom from its inception to the present day. A looking glass, if you will, into the passions that fueled this modern day life scientist to prism and harness the pains and costs of a revolution. Book I is commemorative of Haitis bicentennial: initiated, installed and inspired by its seminal leader, Toussaint LOuverture. In Book II, the laboratory notes and writings of Dr. Yves Jerome examines and analyzes the epidemic scourge of HIV. A lifetimes work, these notes peer into the challenging groundwork and principles for his treatment program; now in a clinical trial development process in a race to the finish for the cure Click here to accessYves, the Voodoo Art Collection
Jaime Alvarez was born September 14, 1949, in Mexicali, Baja California to U.S. Citizen parents. Throughout Jaimes journey being a true family man has been his ultimate goal. That means being a faithful husband, loyal father and Grandfather. On December 2, 2012, Eunice and Jaime Alvarez will celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary. They have been blessed with four adult daughters Leticia, Marisela, Elena and Gina. Included in their family blessings are 13 grandchildren. The Collective Works of Jaime Alvarez featuring Dichos de Mi Madre is Jaimes second book that has been published by Author House. His first book entitled Skin for Skin details the true story about his familys ten year struggle against false criminal charges. Many of the sayings in his new book were born during this incredible ordeal.
Writings from the Soul is a segment of collected works from Leigha Cianciolo of Southaven, Mississippi that showcase her detailed creative writing skills and open the imagination to deep emotions. Leigha draws feelings from experiences of pain, love, loss and friendship and uses them to capture the beauty in otherwise maddening times. Volume 1 contains only the author's prose of descriptive freelance writing pieces. Volume 2 is in production, which will showcase this up-and-coming author's best poetry. There is no decision yet on on the number of volumes to be released in The Collective Works series, but this author is one to watch!
Collective Works of Poems: We are Survivors is Francis Hislop's debut book, though he has been blending metaphor and simile for over 30 years. Hislop writes about everything he cares about and does so in an honest and bold style, centering his attention on the major force he feels makes life not only possible, but also worth living: love. He delves into the wonderful moments that life brings us, from vacations with horses, to steel pan music, and having kids. He does so in a reverent and awe-inspiring voice that allows the reader to really take hold of these events and experience them through his eyes. History and culture are not left out as the book offers a clear and thought-provoking voice on war, poverty, and immigration. There are poems about worship as well and they address Hislop's love for God and his faith. Hislop also writes about President Barack Obama. Also included in the work is a poem by Hislop's children, Maya and Rasheed, as homage to the author himself from a Father's Day gone by. Hislop hopes that readers will have no doubt when they peruse the lines that he is a well-equipped talent with a story to tell and a lesson to be learned from his life and times. Hislop hopes readers enjoy his poems and share them with family, friends, and neighbors so they can share in this exciting journey. Take a read of these Collective Works of Poems: We are Survivors and share his thoughts and ideas. About the Author Francis Hislop was born in Belmont, Port of Spain, Trinidad in the West Indies. He migrated to New York, USA, at the age of 16 to join his mom, two brothers, and his sister in 1975. He attended Wingate High School in Brooklyn and City College in Harlem. He also attended COSTAATT (College of Science, Technology, and Applied Arts of Trinidad and Tobago) where he earned his degree in Journalism, Public Relations, and Mass Communications. Hislop's love of writing has permeated his whole adult life. He wrote for his high school newspaper, a community newspaper, and finally for himself and the world. Writing with a conscience is his modus operandi. Hislop likes to be a prolific writer and prefers poetry over prose and novels.