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Annie Oakley

“Ladies and gentlemen,” the announcer for Buffalo Bill’s Wild West called. “Miss Annie Oakley, the little girl of the Western Plains!” Oakley galloped into the arena, firing her gun from different angles and hitting even the most difficult targets. Rivaling all other sharpshooters of her day, Annie Oakley, the first female competitive shooter, opened doors for women to new sports and new opportunities. Read more…

Quebradillas

Featuring over 125 original poems from John Dickey, read by the author, and accompanied by beautiful photographs from Scott D. Taylor that compliment rather than illustrate each poem, this app is built to resemble the fabulous coffee table picture books of old . . . yet the addition of the audio renditions of each poem, played automatically as you scroll from frame to frame, makes it something more . . . something magical. In building this app, we were inspired by such beautiful printed books as Robert Frost Seasons, which combines Frost’s poems, selected by Edward Connery Latham, with photographs by Christopher Burkett. In Puerto Rico, Quebradillas (Kay-Bra-Dee-Yas) means small streams, which is how our poems and photographs seem to us: small streams that go their own ways but, taken together, overspread various and rich lives. Some are happy, some sad, or silly. Read more…

Lady

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The Book of Dragon

The first seven of Steven Brusts Vlad Taltos novels have long been in print from Ace Books in a set of three trade paperback omnibuses. Now Tor, publisher of the series from book eight on, continues the series of omnibuses by putting Dragon and Issola into print in that format. In Dragon, Vlad finds himself in the last place any self respecting assassin wants to be the army. Worse, he in the middle of an apocalyptic battle between two sorcerous armies, and everyone expects him to perform a role that they would not explain. Vlad may kill people for a living, but this is ridiculous. Read more…