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"Spectators: Flash Fictions"
Davidson teaches creative writing and American literature at Chico State
University. In 2012 he and photographer Tom Patton presented an
"image-and-text collaboration" at 1078 Gallery in Chico. Inspired as
well by artists Stephani Schaefer and Sara Umem...

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"Reflections From The Rear View Mirror: A Love Story"
major themes have been with me all my life," writes retired professor Kaye
Owens ("Mr. Kaye"), "my abiding love and interest in people,
especially children, and my fascination for anything with wheels and how they
could be usefully employed." Now in hi...

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"Bull's Labyrinth"
writer Eric Witchey (, a presenter at the Butte College
WordSpring writing conference, has a penchant for the offbeat. In "Bull's
Labyrinth" ($17.95 in paperback from IFD Publishing; also for Amazon
Kindle), he has fashioned a modern ...

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"Storybook Style: America's Whimsical Homes Of The 1920s"
writer/photographer Doug Keister ( has teamed with
architect and syndicated columnist Arrol Gellner for a study of what they call
“consummate artifice.” Their sumptuously illustrated coffee-table book examines
the development an...

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"Odd Otis: A Special Needs Dog Who Doesn't Know He's Special Needs"
Odd Otis is a "special needs" Australian Shepherd, born in
2007 and blind and deaf from birth. He was rescued from the middle of the
Skyway and came to live with Magalia residents Alan and Kathi Hiatt. The story
is told in "Odd Otis: An Unusual Tail (Tale) ...

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"The Daughters Daring And The Crystal Sea"
Biggs resident Steven J. Thompson has created a fantasy world of sword
and sorcery, where the kingdom of Highcynder is threatened not only from
without, but now from treachery within. It is a world of gnomes and dwarves,
faerie folk and harpies, orcs and wi...

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"The Sleepy Hollow Mystery: A Chick Corbett Yarn"
Chico's Doug Keister is fascinated by cemeteries and has published
guidebooks to some of the more prominent resting places. A few years ago he
discovered that as a novelist the cemetery settings could yield some most
interesting, uh, plots, especially if yo...

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"On the day
that he turned seven years old," we're told in Brian T. Marshall's
extraordinary new novel, "Simon Patrick gave himself a gift. On that day,
and every day that followed, he would learn a new word … because for him, words
were like candy, tiny li...

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"Four Corners From LBJ"
Paradise writer Marty Beebe calls his novel "a saga of war and
redemption." "Four Corners From LBJ" ($9.95 in paperback, self-published
through CreateSpace; also for Amazon Kindle), begins in the summer of 1967 with
Benson Baker, 19, enlisting in the US Arm...

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"The College Bucket List"
Jason, an entertainment writer now living in New Jersey with her husband,
received a bachelor's degree in journalism in 2007 but "also earned a
degree in how to hold her liquor, thanks to the dozen-plus bars within walking
distance of the Californi...
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