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THE BELOVEDS by Maureen Lindley


Maureen Lindley (maureenlindley.com)

Titan Books (titanbooks.com)


Betty Stash is a woman for whom bad luck is the only luck. 653 more words

Crime Fiction

Nugent (2011): ‘You really only made it because you needed the money’: Aboriginal Women and Shellwork Production, 1870s to 1970s.

Nugent argues Indigenous artwork was a fundamental aspect of post-colonial culture. Additionally, shell-work art contributes socioeconomic significance for First Nations communities. 175 more words


"FIRESTORM! The Ted Nugent Interview"

“The guitar legend was instrumental in getting Donald Trump elected in 2016 and now he sits down with Alex Jones to talk guns, conservation and the indomitable American spirit that withstands all the globalist attacks…” 6 more words


January 12, Maude Nugent (1873 or 1874 – 1958)

Since July, I have been concentrating solely on female composers.  You can read about that in my post from July 19.  If I can’t find one born on the calendar day, I may not post.   31 more words

20th Century Composers

The Adventures of D-Cat: Return of the Nuge

Hey all, hope you’re having a fantastic start to the semester.  The weather’s been nice enough, the pizza at Peirce has been dope, and the hills are alive with the sound of music.   235 more words