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📒Undercurrent ✍ Rita Wong
✏Undercurrent Book Summary : The water belongs to itself. undercurrent reflects on the power and sacredness of water -- largely underappreciated by too many -- whether it be in the form of ocean currents, the headwaters of the Fraser River or fluids in the womb. Exploring a variety of poetic forms, anecdote, allusion and visual elements, this collection reminds humanity that we are water bodies, and we need and deserve better ways of honouring this. Poet Rita Wong approaches water through personal, cultural and political lenses. She humbles herself to water both physically and spiritually: "I will apprentice myself to creeks & tributaries, groundwater & glaciers / listen for the salty pulse within, the blood that recognizes marine ancestry." She witnesses the contamination of First Nations homelands and sites, such as Gregoire Lake near Fort McMurray, AB: "though you look placid, peaceful dibenzothiophenes / you hold bitter, bitumised depths." Wong points out that though capitalism and industry are supposed to improve our quality of life, they are destroying the very things that give us life in the first place. Listening to and learning from water is key to a future of peace and creative potential. undercurrent emerges from the Downstream project, a multifaceted, creative collaboration that highlights the importance of art in understanding and addressing the cultural and political issues related to water. The project encourages public imagination to respect and value water, ecology and sustainability.
📒The Undercurrent ✍ Robert Grant
✏The Undercurrent Book Summary : Reproduction of the original: The Undercurrent by Robert Grant
📒Undercurrent ✍ Lisa Parrish
✏Undercurrent Book Summary : In a seemingly quiet town in northern Georgia, Maggie Miller grows up as a timid girl who just wants to blend into the woodwork. After she graduates from high school and leaves home for college, she meets and marries Scott Phillips, a confident former high school baseball star who appears—at least on the outside—to be the perfect catch. Unfortunately, as Maggie is about to find out, sometimes looks can be deceiving. After the birth of their son, Maggie is forced to face harsh facts about her husband as their life together unfolds. After a shocking truth is finally revealed, Maggie moves back to her hometown to build a new life for herself and her son. Soon, a chance encounter with a former schoolmate and current police chief, Will McFarland, quickly leads to changes for both of them. As romance blooms, their pasts resurface and bring chaos, sweeping away their peaceful lives in an undercurrent of betrayal, corruption, and murder that threatens to pull them under troubled waters forever. In this mystery based on real-life events, a young couple must work together to resolve their pasts before they can move into the future where only time will tell if happiness and everlasting love awaits them.
📒Undercurrent ✍ Jim Gabour
✏Undercurrent Book Summary : New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina in 2005 was a devastated city: neglected by the authorities, deprived of basic services, deserted by thousands of its inhabitants, haunted by loss and tragedy. Jim Gabour, film producer, writer and director, decided to stay. In the months after Katrina, he sent www.openDemocracy.net a series of reports and reflections on how he, his family, his neighbours, friends and fellow-citizens were coping with the aftermath and reconstructing their homes and lives. These witty, understated, observant, characterful tales of the city are now collected in the fourth edition of the openDemocracy Quarterly. In Jim Gabour's everyday epics of survival and discovery, the heart and soul of wounded but life-affirming New Orleans quietly unfolds.
📒Undercurrent ✍ Sara K. Parker
✏Undercurrent Book Summary : TRAPPED AT SEA In an instant Kathryn Brooks's idyllic transatlantic cruise turns to terror. It's hard to believe someone has it out for her, yet chandeliers don't explode on their own—and her best friend has gone missing. But Secret Service agent Sam West vows to protect her as every corridor poses a threat and any stranger may be an assailant. With the ship's security providing little assistance, Kathryn puts her trust in Sam. Yet losing her own life is no longer her only fear. As she and Sam strive to stay a step ahead of the enemy, Kathryn worries that by caring for Sam…she's put a target on his back, as well.
📒Undercurrent ✍ Linda Freeny
✏Undercurrent Book Summary : Undercurrent by Linda Freeny When Frank Damien became a sheriff in the small town of Santa Barbara, nothing prepared him for a criminal investigation that would bring back the nightmares he thought he left on the streets of New York. The ghastly-but strangely familiar-death of Cleo and Everett Hale has all the making of a muddled affair: a few fragments of circumstantial evidence here and there, involving personalities whose complex mental faculties make tying them to the crime an unenviable proposition.Aside from taking on a seemingly dead-end, thankless mission, Frank engages in an unwise affair with the ex-wife of the deceased, whose son is the prime suspect in the murders. Frank suspects that this investigation has more twists and turns than anyone could have imagined. About the Author American Linda Freeny lives in Ventura, California. She has ten novels, twenty screenplays, a TV pilot, and an award-winning short story to her name. When not writing, Linda and husband Bob could be seen showing off their champion German Shepherds. Though born and raised in England, Linda has no trace of her English accent anymore, though she still reads with one.
📒Undercurrent ✍ Rowson Pauline
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📒Undercurrent Journal Vol 12 Issue 1 Fall Winter 2016 Color ✍ Andrey Hay (Editor-In-Chief)
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📒Undercurrent Journal Vol 11 Issue 2 Summer 2015 Color ✍ Christie McLeod (Editor-In-Chief)
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📒Undercurrent Journal Vol 10 Issue 1 Spring Summer 2013 B W ✍ Leah Gerber (Editor-in-Chief)
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