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The #100 Love Notes Project

The #100 Love Notes Project

by Yi, Hyong

Flying socks, Spanish anchovies, origami butterflies, and tarot cards comprise just a small part of the collaborative efforts that produced 100 Love Notes, the book. Here, author Hyong Yi and the 17 artists he commissioned to illustrate his 100 three-line poems share some of the insights behind their work...

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100 Love Notes

100 Love Notes

by Yi, Hyong

The initial version of Hyong Yi's 100 Love Notes launched on the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina on November 21, 2015...

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13 Terrifying Tales

13 Terrifying Tales

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Here are 13 tales of haunted roads, mysterious lights, strange sightings, and a lingering curse—stories about places we know (Queen City’s South Blvd., Lake Norman, Cornelius, and Wilson Creek to name a few) from storytellers that hail from North Carolina’s Piedmont: from Charlotte and Concord, to Mooresville and Winston-Salem...

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The Angel Dialogues

The Angel Dialogues

by Abbott, Anthony

The Angel Dialogues is a book-length suite of poems about a played-out, cynical poet – “the poet who / waits / for the feather to / drop / from the unpredictable  / sky...

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Breakfast at Timothy's

Breakfast at Timothy's

by O'Lenic, Timothy

Full of creative, delicious recipes to revitalize breakfast—from the simple (poached eggs) to the sublime (Lobster Benedict), chef Timothy O’Lenic’s new book shows you how to get back in the kitchen and delight everyone at your breakfast table. Timothy O’Lenic has been working in kitchens since age 14, and has trained under, and cooked with, executive chefs from around the world...

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Destination: CHARLOTTE

Destination: CHARLOTTE

by Greg, Greenawalt

More than one hundred pages of beautiful, full color photographs celebrate Charlotte, NC as a great place to work, live, and play. “Destination: Charlotte” captures the area’s diverse, progressive mood as well as the traditional Southern charm that sets it apart from other metropolitan cities...

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Dogs

Dogs

by DeWitt, Abigail

In a fiercely beautiful novel of love and desire, guilt and accountability, Abigail DeWitt offers a remarkable chronicle of one woman’s coming of age. Set against a backdrop that moves from Austin, Texas to Cambridge, Massachusettes and the North Carolina mountains, this memorable story is told with great passion and, at times, heartbreaking humor...

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Far From the Centers of Ambition

Far From the Centers of Ambition

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Two perfect bound volumes enclosed in cloth slip case Confluence: full color throughout; 256 pages Varve: full color throughout; 112 pages At Black Mountain College, poets, philosophers, scientists and painters such as Robert Duncan, Buckminster Fuller, Merce Cunningham, John Cage and Josef Albers engaged in a vast experiment whose widespread results are still felt around the world today...

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An Independent Profession

An Independent Profession

by Ellis, Marion

Authors Marion Ellis and Howard Covington have teamed up again, this time to celebrate the centennial of the Mecklenburg County Bar. Their combined take on its history is one that lawyers and non-lawyers alike will find compelling as it sheds light not only on one community and its attorneys, but on the profession and the nation as a whole...

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Liberating Dixie

Liberating Dixie

by Williams, Ed

Liberating Dixie, a collection from Williams’ half-century of journalism, is an exhilarating tour through life as seen by a provocative and insightful Southern writer. The characters range from Jesse Helms to Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, with Bill Clinton, Ross Barnett, Eudora Welty, and William Faulkner’s cow also making appearances...

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Luck

Luck

by Caswell, Avery

This compendium of essays, interviews, poems, memoir, fiction, recipes, art and anecdotes is by writers and artists from across the United States and around the world. LUCK offers an upbeat and contemporary look at the topic of luck as it relates to well being, good health, relationships and daily life...

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MotherLoad

MotherLoad

by Caswell, Avery

The desperate, the pure-at-heart, the charmingly manipulative, the wise, the deluded — mothers and children of every stripe populate this collection of stories by Avery Caswell...

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Music of a Thousand Hammers

Music of a Thousand Hammers

by Leonard, Paul

As the former CEO of Habitat for Humanity International, Paul Leonard is able to tell the real story of what it takes to provide shelter for people in need around the globe. Music of a Thousand Hammers accurately depicts the struggles, challenges and successes of Habitat for Humanity...

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Onward & Upward

Onward & Upward

by Cline, Ned

When Charles Sanders was a fifth grader in Texas, a teacher told him he’d likely never be as good as his older brother. From that day forward, Charles Sanders set a determined course to prove his teacher wrong...

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Our Vanishing Americana

Our Vanishing Americana

by Grant, Lee

Someone once said, “If you start forgetting how things began, you stop beginning things.” With undaunting energy and perseverance, Mike Lassiter spent six years traveling across the state of North Carolina, looking for the lifeblood of small towns, community icons and historic businesses—the beginnings of Tar Heel commerce, livelihoods, family enterprises...

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Ozzie and the Island / Ozzie y la Isla

Ozzie and the Island / Ozzie y la Isla

by Wyatt, Amelia

This bilingual (English/Spanish) book for children tells the story of the immigrant's experience through the eyes of a tired bird named Ozzie. After landing in a new place he encounters many obstacles in the form of monkeys, manatees, and one giant beetle, who keep him from finding food, water, and shelter.

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Solitary Soul

Solitary Soul

by Goroff, Sandra

This slender volume, though short on words, is nonetheless jam-packed with stories. Sandra Goroff’s camera has captured rust and wrinkles, peeling paint and drying laundry. These fleeting moments form insightful narratives of the everyday and overlooked. She is particularly adept at capturing the visual stories in architecture, landscape, and faces...

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A Town By Any Other Name

A Town By Any Other Name

by Rindoks, Leslie

From the Catawba tribe, to cotton fields, to country clubs — the tale of Cornelius’ history is rich with stories, anecdotes and images that span more than 300 years...

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A Voice of His Time

A Voice of His Time

by Shinn, Jerry

A Voice of His Time is the long past due biography of Charles H. Crutchfield, a man hailed as “the pioneer of commercial broadcasting.” Son of a cotton broker, born in Hope, Arkansas and educated in Spartanburg, South Carolina, Crutchfield quickly rose to prominence in the rapidly growing industry of radio and television...

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Watch Where You Walk

Watch Where You Walk

by Kratt, Mary

Watch Where You Walk is a significant collection of Mary Kratt’s poetry. Clean-lined, economical, pointed, and soulful, her work strikes to the heart of things immediately, then lingers with musical suggestion. This book of poems pulse with people, their loves and losses, dreams and failures, joys, pleasures, hardscrabble work, all told in compelling narratives...

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When the Spirit Moves

When the Spirit Moves

by Leonard, Paul

Paul Leonard's book, When The Spirit Moves, richly reflects his life – filled with honesty, warmth, grace and humor. His poems have a psalm-like openness to both the joys and struggles of life and reflect the wisdom gained from a life of servant leadership. His essays and observations challenge and encourage us to reflect on the good life as God intends.  

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Where Is Church?

Where Is Church?

by Leonard, Paul

"No better leader, no better example, no better friend" are words to describe Paul Leonard and his incredible drive to serve others. This book is a well-told story of a life well-lived, reminding those of us in the church to be church outside the church...

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Similar Titles

  • 100 Love Notes
  • 13 Terrifying Tales
  • The Angel Dialogues
  • Breakfast at Timothy's
  • Destination: CHARLOTTE
  • Dogs
  • Far From the Centers of Ambition
  • An Independent Profession
  • Liberating Dixie
  • Luck
  • MotherLoad
  • Music of a Thousand Hammers
  • Onward & Upward
  • Our Vanishing Americana
  • Ozzie and the Island / Ozzie y la Isla
  • Solitary Soul
  • A Town By Any Other Name
  • A Voice of His Time
  • Watch Where You Walk
  • When the Spirit Moves
  • Where Is Church?
  • The #100 Love Notes Project
 

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