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    Crow Planet
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    It Gets Better
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    Into the Forest
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    The Rocks Don't Lie
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    Two Old Women
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    Flotsametrics and the Floating World
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    Cheesemonger
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    The Lost Bank
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    Growing a Feast
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    Badluck Way
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    Who In This Room
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    Pilgrim on the Great Bird Continent
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    Special Exits
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    Dolls Behaving Badly
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    Naming Nature
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    Epitaph for a Peach
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    The History of My Shoes and the Evolution of Darwin's Theory
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    The Stars, the Snow, the Fire
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    Beluga Days
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    Early Warming
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    Into the Silent Land
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    A Sunlit Absence
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    The Kid

Authors

Charles Bergman

Alice Bloch

Julia Boyd

Karen Brennan, PhD

Rebecca Brown

Chrystos

Leela Corman

Peter Donahue

Curtis Ebbesmeyer

Gordon Edgar

Joyce Farmer

Natalie Fobes

Kenny Fries

Reginald Gibbons

Jerome Gold

Kirsten Grind

Samuel Harrington, MD

Lyanda Lynn Haupt

Denis Hayes and
Gail Boyer Hayes

Jean Hegland

Martin Laird, PhD

Heather Lende

Nancy Lord

Katherine Malmo

Lynda Mapes

David Mas Masumoto

Scott McCredie

Frances McCue

Dave Montgomery

Scott L. Montgomery

Lisa Dale Norton

Hilton Obenzinger, PhD

Nick O'Connell

Lucia Perillo (Estate of)

Peter Potterfield

Cinthia Ritchie

 

Dan Savage

Migael Scherer

Eric Scigliano

Robert Spector

Kate (Lake) Thompson

Kurt Timmermeister

Mitch Tobin

Kathryn True

Duff Wilson

 

Calyx Books

Epicenter Press

 

“By reason of these things, then, the whaling voyage was welcome; the great flood-gates of the wonder-world swung open, and in the wild conceits that swayed me to my purpose, two and two there floated into my inmost soul, endless processions of the whale, and, midmost of them all, one grand hooded phantom, like a snow hill in the air.”

Moby-Dick; or, The Whale,
by Herman Melville

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