Memoir – Corners: Voices on Change

Corners Voices on ChangeCorners: Voices on Change
By Amy Lou Jenkins (editor and contributor)
Publisher: Jack Walker Press
ISBN: 978-1945378034
Published: May 2018
Genre: Memoir, Essay, Creative Non-Fiction
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Every life journey traverses curves and corners. In Corners: Voices on Change, writers find a way through changes. Their literary essays offer honesty, comfort and humor. Tracing their stories helps us to process our own changing lives. Be inspired by thoughtful lives as the writers—

Deal with grief and loss

Reject antiquated patterns of prejudice and selfishness

Get fired

Engage in War

Experience disappointment in God

Find their voice

Say “no”

Navigate the ubiquitous anxiety of loving a recovering addict

Save themselves from disappearing into marriage or parenthood

Discover lynchpins in family and culture

Choose a new religion and choose to love within the backlash

Learn to love a Trump-voting spouse when it seems a betrayal

Recreate a great life when the body, brain, or life circumstance won’t return to the old normal

Accept responsibilities, truths, and realities

Celebrate differences


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Travel Essays – Motions and Moments

Motions and MomentsMotions and Moments
More Essays on Tokyo
By Michael Pronko
Publisher: Raked Gravel Press
Published: December 2015
ISBN: 978-1942410119
Genre: Travel, essay, creative non-fiction
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Motions and Moments is the third book by Michael Pronko on the fluid feel and vibrant confusions of Tokyo life. These 42 new essays burrow into the unique intensities that suffuse the city and ponder what they mean to its millions of inhabitants.

Based on Pronko’s 18 years living, teaching and writing in Tokyo, these essays on how Tokyoites work, dress, commute, eat and sleep are steeped in insights into the city’s odd structures, intricate pleasures and engaging undertow.

Included are essays on living to size and loving the crowd, on Tokyo’s dizzying uncertainties and daily satisfactions, and on the 2011 earthquake. As in his first two books, this collection captures the ceaseless flow and passing flashes of life in biggest city in the world with gentle humor and rich detail.

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