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Books Books 21 - 30 of about 30 related to The Pushcart Prize XXIX 2005: Best of the Small Presses.   

Minutes of the Lead Pencil Club: Pulling the Plug on the Electronic Revolution

Bill Henderson - Literary Collections - 1996 - 235 pages
An entertaining compilation of letters, essays, news items, cartoons, and testimonials by such writers as Russell Baker, Andre Codrescu, and Doris Grumbach protests the ...
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Extreme Pets

Jane Harrington, Bill Henderson - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2006 - 163 pages
Describes the characteristics and behavior of various animals arranged into the categories of cold-blooded, pocket pets, insects, and slimy pets.
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Love Stories for the Rest of Us

Genie Chipps, Bill Henderson - Fiction - 1995 - 399 pages
In Yukon, by Carol Emshwiller, a woman leaves a man to live in a cave with a bear, Joyce Carol Oate's The Hair is on problems which arise from associating with people of a ...
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The Kid that Could: A Novel

Bill Henderson - Fiction - 1990 - 209 pages
Kip dreams of being a hero, lunching with the governor, having his picture on the cover of People magazine, and winning the admiration of a special girl
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Pushcart's Complete Rotten Reviews & Rejections

Bill Henderson, Andre Bernard - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1998 - 269 pages
A few years ago, Pushcart Press issued a series of three books: Rotten Reviews and Rotten Reviews II, edited by Bill Henderson, and Rotten Rejections, edited by André Bernard ...
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The Writing business: a poets & writers handbook

Bill Henderson, Pushcart - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1985 - 345 pages
Explains the workings of the publishing business and offers practical advice on developing a successful career as an author
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Love Stories for the Time Being

Genie Chipps, Bill Henderson - Fiction - 1987 - 459 pages
Twenty-six authors, including Raymond Carver, Joyce Carol Oates, Anne Tyler, Mary Gordon, and Ellen Wilbur, share stories concerning love relationships
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Rotten Reviews II: A Literary Companion

Bill Henderson - Humor - 1988 - 93 pages
An entertaining compendium of bad reviews of books that are now considered classics features commentary on the works of contemporary writers as John Updike, Joyce Carol Oates ...
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