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Finn Mccool S Football Club

Author : Stephen Rea
ISBN : 1455604240
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In this captivating debut, Belfast native Stephen Rea crafts a story of sportsmanship and strength built around an unusual pub soccer team in the heart of New Orleans. Set against the dark backdrop of Hurricane Katrina, this luminous and infinitely inviting memoir traces the affecting stories of Rea and his hilarious and dynamic friends and teammates. Comprised primarily of ex-pats over the age of 35, Finn McCool's Football Club boasts a dynamic mix of idiosyncratic personalities. From Macca, the team's Scottish coach and a hard-drinking ex-professional player, to its outspoken South African landscape gardener/striker Benji, each character comes vibrantly to life in Rea's fresh and frank prose. Hilarious moments and poignant reflections shine with equal intensity throughout this multifarious work, which captures the individual experiences of the Finn's players in the wake of Katrina. A literary memoir, soccer story, and tale of survival and resolve, this work is an indefatigable tribute to a city and its residents who determined to play on after their lives were all but washed away.

2011 Artist S And Graphic Designer S Market

Author : Mary Burzlaff Bostic
ISBN : 9781599632582
Genre : Art
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THE TOOLS TO BUILD A SUCCESSFUL ART CAREER 2011 Artist's & Graphic Designer's Market is the must-have reference guide for emerging artists who want to establish a successful career in fine art, illustration, cartooning or graphic design. This edition is packed with resources you can use including: Complete, up-to-date contact information for more than 1,000 art markets, including, galleries, magazines, book publishers, greeting card companies, ad agencies, syndicates, art fairs and more Articles on the business of freelancing - from basic copyright information to tips on promoting your work Special features on economic survival as a freelance artist, finding work and maintaining business relationships, an insider's guide to the illustration industry, getting your work into galleries, photographing your artwork, and an interview with literary agent Anna Olswanger Information on grants, residencies, organizations, publications and websites that offer support and direction for creative artists of all types

Arkansas Review

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ISBN : UCR:31210022040727
Genre : American fiction
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The Story We Carry In Our Bones

Author : Juilene Osborne-McKnight
ISBN : 1455620718
Genre : History
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More than forty million Americans claim Irish ancestry. This lively book explains how and why they got to the U.S. and shows how their history made them who they are. From prehistoric Ireland to Irish schools in America, this well-illustrated book provides an essential overview of the ties between the Emerald Isle and the New World.

Rangers Fc We Don T Do Walking Away

Author : Lisa Gray
ISBN : 9781845027162
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Before 2012, the idea of Rangers ever playing in the SFL Third Division would have been a joke. But it's a funny old game, and after a tumultuous few months, gone were visits to Celtic Park, Pittodrie, Tynecastle and Easter Road and in came a whole new world with trips to Annan, Elgin, Berwick and Peterhead. But with some of the most loyal fans in the world, it was always going to be an incredible journey. Packed with interviews from players like club captain Lee McCulloch, Andy Little, David Templeton and manager Ally McCoist himself, Rangers FC: We Don't Do Walking Away captures the humour, the emotion and, of course, the football as the club set out on a unique season. Author Lisa Gray went to every game, home and away, following the club and their supporters through a challenging but rewarding year, from being granted a licence to play just forty-eight hours before the start of the season to finally lifting the Championship trophy. This is the inside story of both the team and the supporters as they adjusted to a season in the Third Division with new players, new opposition and, of course, new pies. And what a rollercoaster year it has been.

Hurricane Audrey

Author : Cathy C. Post
ISBN : 1589804589
Genre : History
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This narrative re-creates Hurricane Audrey through the eyes of the survivors in a combination of suspense, family drama, and the struggle for life over death. In the midnight hours of June 27, 1957, the hurricane exploded in intensity and speed, slamming into the sleeping coast at dawn�12 hours ahead of its predicted landfall. Many unsuspecting residents woke that morning to find water already inside their homes. Their ordeal transports the reader back to 1957 with a new appreciation and understanding of how Cameron Parish residents clung to life during the category-four storm.

An American S Guide To The 2018 World Cup

Author : Rea Stephen
ISBN : 1510718087
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A look back at the history of the World Cup and a preview of the 2018 competition in Russia.

The Silver Tassie

Author : Sean O'Casey
ISBN : 9780571315192
Genre : Drama
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Ireland, World War One. Dashing Harry Heegan leads his football team to victory, arriving home in swaggering celebration before he grabs his kit and heads for the trenches. A nightmare world awaits, the men, reduced to cannon fodder, speaking in mangled incantations as the casualties stack up. Months later, Harry returns, a cripple at the football club party. Everyone but the shattered war veterans dance and forget. Peppered with acrid wit and dark vaudeville humour, The Silver Tassie, Sean O'Casey's powerful anti-war play of 1928, receives a major revival at the National Theatre in April 2014.

Voices Of Angels

Author : Gail Tumulty
ISBN : 1455621234
Genre : History
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Told through gripping interviews, this book describes the experience of nurses in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina. Unlike other volumes on the topic, it covers a range of hospitals: VA, Pendleton, Charity, Tulane Medical, Ochsner, and Lambeth House. A chapter on preparing nurses for disaster response is included.

Under The Eye Of The Clock

Author : Christopher Nolan
ISBN : 1559705124
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The author, a victim of birth injuries that left him paralyzed and unable to communicate, presents his autobiography as the story of Joseph Meehan, a disabled student who gains fame as a writer.

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