“notes from the meat sack [sensorimotor sequence for ban]” by Bhanu Kapil

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Jai Arun Ravine helps Bhanu Kapil offstage after at Vital Forms, Berkeley  Photo: Juliana Spahr

In September calmaplombprombombbalm.com released its first offering of the season: Bhanu Kapil’s “notes from the meat sack [sensorimotor sequence for ban].”

Direct link to the audio (section m13 on the site).

Kapil and Melissa Buzzeo recorded the piece in David Buuck’s kitchen this past spring.  Kapil read from her novel Ban (Nightboat, forthcoming 2014) while Buzzeo performed the knives. The audio was presented at Vital Forms: Healing and the Arts of Crisis in Berkeley and has accompanied other performances. In Berkeley, as this track played over loudspeakers, Kapil bent/twisted/twitched/lay in the red “meat sack” pictured above, pointing to, among other readings, the recumbent position of the novel’s protagonist as well as the work of Ana Mendieta. This publication presents the audio as a complete work in itself and documents one instance of the para-writing that permeates the composition of Ban.

In a Facebook post on September 28, Kapil elaborated:

Ban is real — real enough to reach an end point and then. Be the thing you track — to the dissemination — of its last cells or bits. Flow. Ban is flow. I did not destroy Ban: other forces did that. I think of my work as reconstituting her: terminal but gorgeous flare. What does it mean to be with someone as they are dying? I didn’t think of this before but that was all I used to think about at one time. The practicality of the manuscript is that it has been accepted, but that — I have reduced it to three sentences. And am writing forward again from those. I wanted to repeat and repeat the Ban texts, remixed — at conferences, in magazines, in meat sacks — until — as per today at &NOW — I felt that the repetition had done its work. Of tapping the soil. And releasing an earth memory. And its unguents. Of striking a blow. To something. That was so inert. So never allowed to live. Ban as a figure, as a figure that might appear in a localized culture — 1970s Britain in the time of the riots — pre-riots — is already written over or gone. Perhaps it is more accurate to say that I wanted to destroy the void. I wanted to hallucinate the void.

And in another post a minute later:

I wanted to be the thing that is also. Gone.

Look for more audio, video, and other media this fall from calmaplombprombombbalm.com.

 

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Goldsboro or: How I learned to Love the H-Bomb

LONDON – The US Military said today that the US Air Force detonated two atom bombs over North Carolina that were each 260 times more powerful than the device that devastated Hiroshima.

The announcement affirms that the US created a disaster of monumental proportions when two Mark 39 hydrogen bombs were dropped over Goldsboro, North Carolina. The bombs fell to earth after a Stealth bomber released them mid-air, and the devices behaved precisely as a nuclear weapon was designed to behave in warfare: the parachute opened, the trigger mechanisms engaged, and it exploded, wreaking untold carnage.

Each bomb carried a payload of 4 megatons – the equivalent of 4 million tons of TNT explosive. Since detonation, lethal fallout has been deposited over Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and as far north as New York City – leaving millions of lives in peril.

Though there was previous speculation about who was responsible, the US government has repeatedly publicly acknowledged that its nuclear arsenal facilitated the annihilation of countless Americans. In a newly-published document, a senior military engineer in the Sandia national laboratories responsible for the maintenance of nuclear weapons concludes that “one simple flip of the switch stood between the United States and a major catastrophe; We flipped it”.

In a press conference after the accident, military spokesperson Lt. Kevin James declared that the bombs that dropped over North Carolina, just three days after the president’s inaugural address, were freed of their safety controls and that the switches that triggered the disaster were supported by an electrical jolt, leading to nuclear bursts. “It was successful – in spades,” he said.

The US Military entitled their press release “Goldsboro or: How I learned to Love the H-Bomb” – a quip on Stanley Kubrick’s 1964 satirical film about nuclear holocaust.

The disaster happened when a Stealth bomber received the order, having embarked from Seymour Johnson Air Force base in Goldsboro for a flight along the East Coast. As it flew, the hydrogen bombs it was carrying were released. One exploded over a field near Faro, North Carolina, its “mushroom cloud” looking more like the branches of a tree; the other blew up over a meadow off Big Daddy’s Road.

James reported that all safety mechanisms designed to prevent detonation were disengaged. When the bombs exploded, a firing signal was sent to the nuclear core of the device, and it was that final, highly precise signal that ensured calamity. “The MK 39 Mod 2 bomb possessed adequate force,” James concludes.

The press conference was followed by commentary from scholar Earl Schlosen, author of a new book on nuclear arms, Command and Control. Using notes from the conference, he reported that at least 700 “significant” disasters involving 1,250 nuclear weapons had been considered before the Goldsboro decision was made.

“The US government has consistently tried to inform the American people of our intentions and to be clear about our nuclear weapons policy,” he said. “We were told there was possibility of these weapons detonating, and here’s two that did.”

 

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from the forthcoming anthology Blood Orgy: A Reader

 

 

 


Audio Dump: Brian Ang, Amy Berkowitz, and e. spero

Today calmaplombprombombbalm.com and not enough data announce the release of three mp3s from three Bay Area poets.

Each of the published tracks manipulates text written for the page, utilizing recording and editing techniques to create sound poems, or speech-texts, that offer reading experiences unique to listening. The audio can be found in the below links and in the mp3 section of calmaplombprombombbalm.com.

 

Totality Canto 22 (Brendan Dreaper Pagan Time Remix) by Brian Ang

While writing his 55,000-word The Totality Cantos: An Investigation of Epistemological Totality, Brian Ang has worked with a handful of media artists to expand upon the text written for the page. Recently drummer and multimedia artist Brendan Dreaper recorded Ang reading his “Totality Canto 22” and developed the remix “Totality Canto 22 (Brendan Dreaper Pagan Time Remix)”.  Here Ang’s voice and text are treated with a variety of layerings, amplitudes, and other sound processings. These treatments shift the varied intensities and displacements of Ang’s encyclopedic diction and ruptured, nodal syntax to the forefront of the listening experience. As remixed speech, Ang’s highly structured phrase-clusters exhibit a wide range of styles, evoking news media, lexicon, and lecture. Whereas the following tracks engage head-on with the physical space of writing and recording, here we find an investigation into the thought-space of listening.

 

The Reasons The Waves by Amy Berkowitz

For this iteration of “Reasons Why I’m Not Your Girlfriend”, Amy Berkowitz went to Land’s End in San Francisco and recited her poem in collaboration with the hissing, crashing, receding waves of the Pacific. Like the above audio, “The Reasons The Waves” treats her text with technical manipulation — here the simple framing of the microphone’s findings between REC and STOP. Unique to this piece are the narrative and listening possibilities offered by staging and recording the poem in this particular site. The listener travels to Lands End with the poet, gazing into the speaker’s pasts and the present of recitation. Admittedly removed from the physical site, the listener’s gaze moves with the poet, across the water to an, at this distance, imaginary Marin Headlands and the coast beyond. The waves act as a geographical locator as well as a percussive accompaniment to the repetition of Berkowitz’s list poem.  In effect, site of this recording adds a kind of cinematic narrative to those narratives already present in the text.

 

An attempt at getting exhausted in Oscar Grant Plaza with David Buuck at Midnight on Friday, October 20th. It lasted an hour, give or take. by e. spero

Whereas Berkowitz’s audio collaborates with “live” space, e. spero’s recording of “An attempt to get exhausted…” constricts and expands upon the textually documented phenomena spero encountered in the space of one evening hour in Oscar Grant Plaza, Oakland. The text was written by taking the prompt of textual/perceptual/geographical exhaustion from Georges Perec’s Tentative d’épuisement d’un lieu parisien (An Attempt at Exhausting a Place in Paris) in which the novelist attempts to document everything passing through his field of vision at Place Saint-Sulpice, Paris in three sittings. spero accompanied David Buuck for his third attempted exhaustion of Oscar Grant Plaza, producing a chapbook-length text. This recording gives voice to the text and constricts that voice by removing spaces, breaths, and breaks between the words. The rolling, nearly-asphyxiated enunciation coupled with the anaphoric repetitions of “Violence is…” and “is” produce a speech-text in which every observation acts both as utterance and rhythmic punctuation.

 


“Off the dome and into it”: Three Tracks by Ronaldo Wilson

Today calmaplombprombombbalm.com releases its second data dump of the season. Last week (see announcement here) we brought you Moving My Vowels by Charlie Morrow. Today we’re ecstatic to present three audio recordings from poet/performance artist Ronaldo Wilson‘s improvised poetry project Off the Dome: Rants, Raps, and Meditations:

“FoodMaxx Parking Lot” by Ronaldo Wilson (6:50, 6.6 MB)

“Hotel Room Emeryville Mountains” by Ronaldo Wilson (6:41, 6.4 MB)

“Imagine a Battle Where…” by Ronaldo Wilson (2:26, 2.3 MB)

These three tracks were recorded in three locations between April and June of 2012. Utilizing the recording capabilities and portability of the iPhone, Wilson hits “Record” and doesn’t “Stop” till he’s completed his sequence. Between these two points we find every word, speech-sound, and environmental sound captured by the mic. This form of performance-recording allows us to engage with Wilson as well as with the physical environment that informs and accompanies his verse. In the first track, we meet Wilson among the rattling shopping carts and humming cars of a FoodMaxx parking lot. The second and third tracks take us to walled, interior spaces. Playing off the contained resonances of the room and the muffled sounds outside, Wilson’s lyrics take us to the windows of his shifting external and internal environments.

In his introduction to “Street Songs”, a 3-track selection from Off the Dome released this month by The Conversant, Wilson describes his process as “entering into a streaming, internal conversation that vocalizes questions around, race, representation, selfhood and place… In each place, I engage in various activities that find their way into my current thinking and play with various forms of totally improvised, “off the dome” poetry, rap-battles, meditations, and songs.” A line from “Imagine a Battle Where…”, published here, adds further insight into Wilson’s internal conversation and environment: “I’m not talking about you directly; I’m moving around you. It’s called location’s indirection” (editor’s transcription). The three tracks released here cover all of the above, meditating specifically on a constellation of topics from the Trayyvon Martin murder to the Oulipo to trash talk at a party to the poet’s own aesthetics to the children’s song “There’s A Hole in My Bucket” to Dionysian violence to references to and celebrations of poets CA Conrad, Duriel E. Harris, Sylvia Plath, and Phillis Wheatley.

Admirers of the Off the Dome project should especially focus on “FoodMaxx Parking Lot” for its explications of some dynamics of the work: “I’m simply going off the dome and into it”; “If you scream off the dome and you walk in flip flops, you think that you’re always a cop, but you’re not because you just got copped”; “Understand it’s off the dome and into it; Respiratory figures” (editor’s transcriptions). In one particular breath, Wilson states, “I’m going off the dome every single day.” If this is true, and let’s hope it is, then there’s an abundance of audio to look forward to from this great poet.

Two more releases of selections from Off the Dome: Rants, Raps, and Meditations will be released by The Conversant next month. Stay tuned for more audio and other media from calmaplombprombombbalm.com this and every week.


Book Release: MOVING MY VOWELS by Charlie Morrow

calmaplombprombombbalm.com kicks off its fall publishing season with sound poet Charlie Morrow‘s poetic improvement of the U.S. national anthem Moving My Vowels (direct link to the PDF version)!

The book contains Morrow’s eight systematic permutations of vowels in The Star Bangled Banner, Francis Scott Key’s poem itself, and part of John Stafford Smith’s British gentleman’s club medley The Anacreontic Song (the music to which Key set his poem). Joining these variants of the US national anthem, the book maps some significant shifts in the song’s history.

Both the print and pdf books are designed as unbound pages to offer greater performance possibility. The print book, an edition of 25, is housed in a choral folder and offers eight easily distributable scores for solo or group performance. Interpreters might sing in unison, as a round, and so on.  The pdf book offers even more possibility given the ease of distribution and production (desktop printers). In this case, stadiums of people could move their vowels together.

Written by Morrow in 1990, Moving My Vowels is published for the first time by calmaplombprombombbalm.com. It was performed by Charlie Morrow, Maija-Leena Remes, Tom Comitta, and attendees at Bowling in Bowlers, an afternoon of sound poetry and lawn bowling held at the Oakland Lawn Bowling Club this past May. If you interpret the book and would like to share, please send documentation to tcomitta@gmail.com. It’s quite possible we’ll share it on this blog.

PDF available for free at calmaplombprombombbalm.com (Direct link to PDF)

Print Book ($20.00), edition of 25, available by emailing tcomitta@gmail.com

 

 


DANGEROUS SWEETNESS (7/20/12)

To fight aloud is endlessly brave,
to shudder, extraordinary—

-July Westhale, in “Question of Ecstasy”

On July 20th, poet, teacher, and activist Meg Day released DANGEROUS SWEETNESS, “an online collection of poems by queer & trans* poets responding with love & rage to the violence committed against those in their queer & trans* communities.” Day’s introduction to the collection highlights the formation of the collection, stemming from “an up-swell in publicized violence against queer & trans* folks around the country” and the shooting of Mollie Olgin & Mary Kristene Chapa in Portland, Texas on June 24, 2012. What began as poems posted to Facebook in response to the shooting turned into a national email dialogue in which Day “reached out to queer & trans* poets across the country, asking them to join [them] in writing poems responding to the ongoing violence against our queer & trans* kin.” In DANGEROUS SWEETNESS, these exchanges come together in a publication that acts as a site of mourning for the abused and deceased and celebration of queer and trans* identities and communities.

What’s especially laudable about this project is the trajectory of reading, writing, and activism that it proposes. In their introduction, Day encourages a variety of textual, social engagements offered to empower folks in reading the texts and confronting discrimination and violence. Their offerings are considerate and ambitious:

I want to encourage you to read these poems in a place that makes you feel supported & safe. Many of these poems directly mention (some with more detail than others) violent crimes, while others evoke different kinds of force & power. Please do what you need to do to take care of yourself & be sure to offer trigger warnings when reading these poems to others.

I also want to encourage you to read these poems in whatever way feels most empowering for you. Read them alone. Read them with a friend. Read them to your kids at the dinner table. Grieve. Celebrate. Rally. Heal. Share these poems with your students or your teachers or your landlord. Read one into a parent’s voicemail or email one to a sibling. Read them while you hold each other. Read them as a way to hold each other up. Gather friends together to light candles & talk about the violence your community endures as well as the violence your community perpetuates. Talk about partner violence & the violence of misogyny in queer & trans* communities. Talk about police violence in your town or city & the way both the medical industrial complex & the prison industrial complex heft their weight against us. Gather community together to write your own poems & create your own responses in whatever language or medium feels most real to your experience.

Readers are even invited to share their stories and responses to these texts by emailing dangeroussweetness@gmail.com.

Since DANGEROUS SWEETNESS was released eleven days ago, we’ve seen yet another atrocious act committed against a lesbian in Nebraska, the movie theater shooting in Aurora, Colorado, and this family’s declared abandonment of their lesbian daughter in South Carolina. Writing about, through, or against such acts can prove to be quite a difficult task; the written word can seem frail, even reductive, in the face of such violence. Yet the texts of DANGEROUS SWEETNESS stand strong together and as individual works, enabling a spectra of possibility through their calls and staggering rhythms. Their strength is further supported by the reading suggestions offered in Day’s introduction. Their calls are heart-shattering; their demands are both grand and feasible; their solutions range from simple to ambivalent to process-driven (keeping the flux fluxing) to undecided. If beauty is to be found here, it abandons the Hallmark card and is reclaimed as the possibility of possibility (more on this definition of beauty can be found here). Or, in the words of Monica/Nico Jane Peck, maybe the collection offers to its publics simply a chance to recognize that “some folks have glitter; some folks/ have freckles.” And that’s not just fine; it’s fabulous.


Summer on Nob Hill: Pt. 2

Below you’ll find the second installation of the Summer on Nob Hill text-photo series/data dump. A collection of effaced graffiti found on Nob Hill, each picture frames a collaboration between a graffiti artist and a homeowner, landlord, renter, or worker hired to mask the graffiti. A previous photo series/dump can be found in not enough data‘s introductory blog post.

 

Summer on Nob Hill

(June 20 – July 12)

 

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Summer Reading List #2

After you’re done with Summer Reading List #1, try out this reading list: Beach Ball Addition. It’s great for any e-reader surfing safari, tablet frisbee toss, laptop jog down the beach, and beYonder. Once you’ve finished these, send us a Summer Reading List of your own (we’re at tom@calmaplombprombombbalm.com) and we’ll consider adding it to the list (and will surely give you credit). Stay tuned for a third installment next week:

The Red One (English)

by London, Jack

Red Pepper Burns (English)

by Richmond, Grace S. (Grace Smith)

Red Pepper’s Patients
With an Account of Anne Linton’s Case in Particular
 (English)

by Richmond, Grace S. (Grace Smith)

The Red Planet (English)

by Locke, William John

Red Pottage (English)

by Cholmondeley, Mary

The Red Rat’s Daughter (English)

by Austin, Henry

The Red Rat’s Daughter (English)

by Boothby, Guy Newell

The Red Record
Tabulated Statistics and Alleged Causes of Lynching in the United States
 (English)

by Wells-Barnett, Ida B.

The Red Redmaynes (English)

by Phillpotts, Eden

Red Riding Hood (English)

by Very, Lydia L.

The Red River Colony
A Chronicle of the Beginnings of Manitoba
 (English)

by Wood, Louis Aubrey

Red-Robin (English)

by Abbott, Jane

Red-Robin (English)

by Richards, Harriet Roosevelt

The Red Romance Book (English)

by Ford, H. J. (Henry Justice)

The Red Romance Book (English)

by Lang, Andrew

The Red Room (English)

by Schleussner, Ellie

The Red Room (English)

by Strindberg, August

The Red Room (English)

by Wells, H. G. (Herbert George)

Red Rooney
The Last of the Crew
 (English)

by Ballantyne, R. M. (Robert Michael)

Red Rose and Tiger Lily
or, In a Wider World
 (English)

by Meade, L. T.

The Red Rover
A Tale
 (English)

by Cooper, James Fenimore

Red Saunders
His Adventures West & East
 (English)

by Phillips, Henry Wallace

Red Saunders’ Pets and Other Critters (English)

by Phillips, Henry Wallace

The Red Seal (English)

by Lincoln, Natalie Sumner

The Redskins; or, Indian and Injin, Volume 1.
Being the Conclusion of the Littlepage Manuscripts
 (English)

by Cooper, James Fenimore

The Red Symbol (English)

by Ironside, John

The Red Symbol (English)

by Yohn, F. C. (Frederick Coffay)

Red-Tape and Pigeon-Hole Generals
As Seen From the Ranks During a Campaign in the Army of the Potomac
 (English)

by Armstrong, William H.

Red-Tape and Pigeon-Hole Generals
As Seen From the Ranks During a Campaign in the Army of the Potomac
 (English)

by Frick, Jacob G.

Red-Tape and Pigeon-Hole Generals
As Seen From the Ranks During a Campaign in the Army of the Potomac
 (English)

by Morford, Henry

The Red Thumb Mark (English)

by Freeman, R. Austin (Richard Austin)

The Red Triangle
Being Some Further Chronicles of Martin Hewitt, Investigator
 (English)

by Morrison, Arthur

The Red True Story Book (English)

by Ford, H. J. (Henry Justice)

The Red True Story Book (English)

by Lang, Andrew

A Red Wallflower (English)

by Warner, Susan

“The Red Watch”
With the First Canadian Division in Flanders
 (English)

by Currie, John Allister

Red, White, Blue Socks, Part First
Being the First Book
 (English)

by Barrow, Sarah L.

Red, White, Blue Socks. Part Second
Being the Second Book of the Series
 (English)

by Barrow, Sarah L.

The Red Year
A Story of the Indian Mutiny
 (English)

by Tracy, Louis

The Purple Cloud (English)

by Shiel, M. P. (Matthew Phipps)

The Purple Cow (English) Audio Book

by Burgess, Gelett

The Purple Cow! (English)

by Burgess, Gelett

The Purple Heights (English)

by Oemler, Marie Conway

The Purple Land (English)

by Hudson, W. H. (William Henry)

The Purple Parasol (English)

by McCutcheon, George Barr

Purple Springs (English)

by McClung, Nellie L.

Blue Aloes
Stories of South Africa
 (English)

by Stockley, Cynthia

Bluebeard (English)

by Johnson, Clifton

Bluebeard (English)

by Smith, Harry L.

Bluebeard; a musical fantasy (English)

by Wiggin, Kate Douglas Smith

Bluebell
A Novel
 (English)

by Huddleston, G. C., Mrs.

The Blue Bird: a Fairy Play in Six Acts (English)

by Maeterlinck, Maurice

The Blue Bird: a Fairy Play in Six Acts (English)

by Teixeira de Mattos, Alexander

The Blue Bird for Children
The Wonderful Adventures of Tyltyl and Mytyl in Search of Happiness
 (English)

by Leblanc, Georgette

The Blue Bird for Children
The Wonderful Adventures of Tyltyl and Mytyl in Search of Happiness
 (English)

by Maeterlinck, Maurice

The Blue Bird for Children
The Wonderful Adventures of Tyltyl and Mytyl in Search of Happiness
 (English)

by Perkins, Frederick Orville

The Blue Bird for Children
The Wonderful Adventures of Tyltyl and Mytyl in Search of Happiness
 (English)

by Teixeira de Mattos, Alexander

The Blue Birds’ Winter Nest (English)

by Roy, Lillian Elizabeth

Blue-Bird Weather (English)

by Chambers, Robert W. (Robert William)

Blue-Bird Weather (English)

by Gibson, Charles Dana

Blue Bonnet in Boston
or, Boarding-School Days at Miss North’s
 (English)

by Goss, John

Blue Bonnet in Boston
or, Boarding-School Days at Miss North’s
 (English)

by Jacobs, Caroline Elliott Hoogs

Blue Bonnet in Boston
or, Boarding-School Days at Miss North’s
 (English)

by Richards, Lela Horn

Blue Bonnet’s Ranch Party (English)

by Goss, John

Blue Bonnet’s Ranch Party (English)

by Jacobs, Caroline Elliott Hoogs

Blue Bonnet’s Ranch Party (English)

by Read, Edyth Ellerbeck

The Blue Book of Chess
Teaching the Rudiments of the Game, and Giving an Analysis of All the Recognized Openings
 (English)

by Staunton, Howard

The Blue Envelope (English)

by Snell, Roy J. (Roy Judson)

The Blue Fairy Book (English)

by Lang, Andrew

The Blue Flower (English)

by Van Dyke, Henry

The Blue Germ (English)

by Nicoll, Maurice

The Blue Ghost Mystery (English)

by Goodwin, Harold L. (Harold Leland)

The Blue Goose (English)

by Nason, Frank Lewis

Blue-grass and Broadway (English)

by Daviess, Maria Thompson

The Blue Grass Seminary Girls on the Water
Exciting Adventures on a Summer Cruise Through the Panama Canal
 (English)

by Burnett, Carolyn Judson

The Blue Grass Seminary Girls’ Vacation Adventures
Shirley Willing to the Rescue
 (English)

by Burnett, Carolyn Judson

Blue Jackets
The Log of the Teaser
 (English)

by Fenn, George Manville

Blue Jackets
The Log of the Teaser
 (English)

by Handforth, W. B.

The Blue Jar Story Book (English)

by Edgeworth, Maria

The Blue Jar Story Book (English)

by Lamb, Charles

The Blue Jar Story Book (English)

by Lamb, Mary

The Blue Jar Story Book (English)

by Mant, Alicia C.

The Blue Lagoon: a romance (English)

by Stacpoole, H. De Vere (Henry De Vere)

The Blue Lights
A Detective Story
 (English)

by Grefé, Will

The Blue Lights
A Detective Story
 (English)

by Kummer, Frederic Arnold

Blue Lights
Hot Work in the Soudan
 (English)

by Ballantyne, R. M. (Robert Michael)

The Blue Man
From “Mackinac And Lake Stories”, 1899
 (English)

by Catherwood, Mary Hartwell

The Blue Moon (English)

by Housman, Laurence

The Blue Pavilions (English)

by Quiller-Couch, Arthur Thomas, Sir

Blue Ridge Country (English)

by Caldwell, Erskine

Blue Ridge Country (English)

by Thomas, Jean

Blue Robin, the Girl Pioneer (English)

by Bickford, Nana French

Blue Robin, the Girl Pioneer (English)

by Halsey, Rena I.

The Blue Rose Fairy Book (English)

by Baring, Maurice

Blues my Naughty Sweetie Gives to Me (English) Audio Book

by Orchestra, Raderman’s Jazz

The Blue Tower (English)

by Francis, Dick

The Blue Tower (English)

by Smith, Evelyn E.

The Blue Wall
A Story of Strangeness and Struggle
 (English)

by Child, Richard Washburn

Green Bays. Verses and Parodies (English)

by Quiller-Couch, Arthur Thomas, Sir

The Green Beret (English)

by Purdom, Thomas Edward

The Green Beret (English)

by Schoenherr, John

The Green Book
Freedom Under the Snow
 (English)

by Jókai, Mór

The Green Book
Freedom Under the Snow
 (English)

by Waugh, Ellen

The Green Carnation (English)

by Hichens, Robert (Robert Smythe)

The Green Casket
and other stories
 (English)

by Molesworth, Mrs. (Mary Louisa)

The Green Door (English)

by Freeman, Mary Eleanor Wilkins

Greene Ferne Farm (English)

by Jefferies, Richard

Greener Than You Think (English)

by Moore, Ward

The Green Eyes of Bâst (English)

by Rohmer, Sax

The Green Fairy Book (English)

by Ford, H. J. (Henry Justice)

The Green Fairy Book (English)

by Lang, Andrew

The Green Fairy Book (English)

by Lang, Andrew

The Green Fairy Book (English)

by Various

Green Fancy (English)

by McCutcheon, George Barr

Green Fields and Running Brooks, and Other Poems (English)

by Riley, James Whitcomb

The Green Flag (English)

by Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir

The Green Forest Fairy Book (English)

by Brady, Loretta Ellen

The Green Forest Fairy Book (English)

by Preston, Alice Bolam

The Green God (English)

by Kummer, Frederic Arnold

The Green Helmet and Other Poems (English)

by Yeats, W. B. (William Butler)

Green Mansions: a romance of the tropical forest (English)

by Hudson, W. H. (William Henry)

Greenmantle (English) Audio Book

by Buchan, John

Greenmantle (English)

by Buchan, John

The Green Mouse (English)

by Chambers, Robert W. (Robert William)

The Green Mummy (English)

by Hume, Fergus

The Green Rust (English)

by Wallace, Edgar

The Green Satin Gown (English)

by Richards, Laura Elizabeth Howe

Green Spring Farm
Fairfax County, Virginia
 (English)

by Netherton, Nan

Green Spring Farm
Fairfax County, Virginia
 (English)

by Netherton, Ross De Witt

Green Stockings
A Comedy in Three Acts
 (English)

by Mason, A. E. W. (Alfred Edward Woodley)

Green Tea; Mr. Justice Harbottle (English)

by Le Fanu, Joseph Sheridan

Green Valley (English)

by Bickford, Nana French

Green Valley (English)

by Reynolds, Katharine Yirsa

Greenwich Village (English)

by Chapin, Anna Alice

Greenwich Village (English)

by Cram, Allan G. (Allan Gilbert)

Yellow-Cap and Other Fairy-Stories For Children (English)

by Hawthorne, Julian

The Yellow Chief (English)

by Anonymous

The Yellow Chief (English)

by Reid, Mayne

The Yellow Claw (English)

by Rohmer, Sax

The Yellow Crayon (English)

by Oppenheim, E. Phillips (Edward Phillips)

The Yellow Fairy Book (English)

by Ford, H. J. (Henry Justice)

The Yellow Fairy Book (English)

by Lang, Andrew

The Yellow Fairy Book (English)

by Lang, Andrew

A Yellow God: an Idol of Africa (English)

by Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider)

The Yellow Horde (English)

by Bull, Charles Livingston

The Yellow Horde (English)

by Evarts, Hal G. (Hal George)

The Yellow Rose (English)

by Jókai, Mór

The Yellow Streak (English)

by Williams, Valentine

The Yellow Wallpaper (English)

by Gilman, Charlotte Perkins

Orange and Green
A Tale of the Boyne and Limerick
 (English)

by Henty, G. A. (George Alfred)

The Orange Fairy Book (English)

by Ford, H. J. (Henry Justice)

The Orange Fairy Book (English)

by Lang, Andrew

The Orange Fairy Book (English)

by Lang, Andrew

The Orange Fairy Book (English)

by Various

The Orange-Yellow Diamond (English)

by Fletcher, J. S. (Joseph Smith)

The Red Acorn (English)

by McElroy, John

The Red Axe (English)

by Crockett, S. R. (Samuel Rutherford)

The Red Badge of Courage (English)

by Crane, Stephen

The Red Badge of Courage (English)

by Crane, Stephen

The Red-Blooded Heroes of the Frontier (English)

by Bronson, Edgar Beecher

The Red Book of Heroes (English)

by Lang, Andrew

The Red Book of Heroes (English)

by Lang, Mrs.

The Red Book of Heroes (English)

by Mills, Arthur Wallis

Redburn. His First Voyage (English)

by Melville, Herman

Red Cap Tales
Stolen from the Treasure Chest of the Wizard of the North
 (English)

by Crockett, S. R. (Samuel Rutherford)

Red Cap Tales
Stolen from the Treasure Chest of the Wizard of the North
 (English)

by Scott, Walter, Sir

The Red City
A Novel of the Second Administration of President Washington
 (English)

by Mitchell, S. Weir (Silas Weir)

The Red Cockade (English)

by Weyman, Stanley John

The Red Conspiracy (English)

by Mereto, Joseph J.

The Red Cross Barge (English)

by Lowndes, Marie Belloc

The Red Cross Girl (English)

by Davis, Richard Harding

The Red Cross Girls with Pershing to Victory (English)

by Vandercook, Margaret

The Red Cross Girls with the Russian Army (English)

by Vandercook, Margaret

The Red Debt
Echoes from Kentucky
 (English)

by MacDonald, Everett

The Red Derelict (English)

by Mitford, Bertram

Red Eagle and the Wars With the Creek Indians of Alabama. (English)

by Eggleston, George Cary

Rede, gehalten bei der Eröffnung der Versammlung deutscher Naturforscher und Ärzte in Berlin, am 18. September 1828 (German)

by Humboldt, Alexander von

Redemption and two other plays (English)

by Tolstoy, Leo, graf

The Redemption of David Corson (English)

by Goss, Charles Frederic

The Red Eric (English)

by Ballantyne, R. M. (Robert Michael)

Red Eve (English)

by Haggard, H. Rider (Henry Rider)

Redevoeringen (Dutch)

by Conscience, Hendrik

Rede zum Schuljahresabschluß am 29. September 1809 (German)

by Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich

The Red Fairy Book (English)

by Lang, Andrew

Red Fleece (English)

by Comfort, Will Levington

The Red Flower
Poems Written in War Time
 (English)

by Van Dyke, Henry

Redgauntlet (English)

by Scott, Walter, Sir

Red Hair (English)

by Glyn, Elinor

The Red Hand of Ulster (English)

by Birmingham, George A.

The Redheaded Outfield (English)

by Grey, Zane

The Red Hell of Jupiter (English)

by Ernst, Paul

The Red Horizon (English)

by MacGill, Patrick

The Red House Mystery (English)

by Milne, A. A. (Alan Alexander)

The Red House Mystery (English) Audio Book

by Milne, A. A. (Alan Alexander)

Red Hunters And the Animal People (English)

by Eastman, Charles A.

The Red Inn (English)

by Balzac, Honoré de

The Red Inn (English)

by Wormeley, Katharine Prescott

The Red Lily — Complete (English)

by France, Anatole

The Red Lily — Volume 01 (English)

by France, Anatole

The Red Lily — Volume 02 (English)

by France, Anatole

The Red Lily — Volume 03 (English)

by France, Anatole

The Red Man’s Continent: a chronicle of aboriginal America (English)

by Huntington, Ellsworth

The Red Man’s Continent: a chronicle of aboriginal America (English)

by Johnson, Allen

The Red Man’s Revenge
A Tale of The Red River Flood
 (English)

by Ballantyne, R. M. (Robert Michael)

Red Masquerade (English)

by Vance, Louis Joseph

Red Men and White (English)

by Remington, Frederic

Red Men and White (English)

by Wister, Owen

The Red Miriok (English)

by Barnes, Anna M.

The Red Miriok (English)

by Newman, George A.

The Red Moccasins
A Story
 (English)

by Heady, Morrison

Red Money (English)

by Hume, Fergus

The Red Mouse (English)

by Osborne, William Hamilton

The Red Mustang (English)

by Stoddard, William Osborn

Red Nails (English)

by Howard, Robert E.


Some Data

“I link, therefore I am.”

-RE: Nay de Carte

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1. Today’s data dump begins with SOUNDWORKS, produced by the Institute for Contemporary Arts (ICA), London. SOUNDWORKS is a compilation of audio recorded, performed, curated, or otherwise developed by 100 international artists. Here we find sounds like Benedict Drew’s enunciated car colors, Rosella Biscotti’s minimalist remix of KRS-One (the referenced song found here), Scanner’s musical treatment of murmers and mutters, and Michele Di Menna’s collaging of everyday beeps, ticks, and clicks. From ICA’s exposition of the project:

SOUNDWORKS embraces the ephemeral nature of sound, and presents an online platform that doubles as a virtual exhibition space. This site aims to make the works internationally accessible, a place to explore the genre as a medium which is simultaneously inclusive, interactive, and subversive. It includes a wide range of audible approaches by artists who have been working with the medium for many years, as well as artists taking their first venture into the sonic arts.

Click here for a direct link to SOUNDWORKS. Many thanks to Margaret Tedesco of [2nd floor projects] and KUSF in Exile‘s Roll Call for bringing this to our attention.

2. Next we have a page of bloody research conducted by artist Cassie Thornton. In her recent work, Thornton’s projects often revolve around personal visualizations and enactments of debt (often student loan debt) and security. Here Thornton takes a slight detour to commodified ichor, splattering your screen with joy ($10). Other projects not to miss are Wealth of Debt and her Application to the London School of Economics. EDUCATION DELIVERS PEOPLE, a re-writing of Richard Serra’s video TELEVISION DELIVERS PEOPLE (1973), premiered at Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco this year and is forthcoming from calmaplombprombombbalm.com. More information on Thorton can be found on her website.

3. Third we have some tracks from experimental electro-jazz composer/musician/collaborator Vijay Iyer. Of particular interest might be the techno-poetic-operatic collaboration between Iyer, Mike Ladd, and Pamela Z: Cleaning Up the Mess (2007). This track came to our attention through Pamela Z’s June 2012 Gazzetta in which Z announced a recent collaboration between the three. No information is available as to the release of this new track, tracks, or album, but, when it surfaces, not enough data will provide. The interested might also check out Pamela Z’s site with information about her ongoing ROOM performance series as well as Mike Ladd’s site which features a new track “Kids and Animals”.

2. Our last dump of the day comes from the people who brought you MAKER’s MONEY (reviewed in a previous post). TROLL THREAD is a publishing collaborative run by Holly Melgard, Chris Sylvester, Divya Victor, and Joseph Yearous-Algozin. It’s the kind of press that does too much (and, for this, we are grateful), championing the literary data dump (copy, paste, reformat (or don’t reformat)) while offering challenging and refreshing departures from conceptual, minimal, and visual writing. Simply, in the words of the press, “TROLL THREAD IS TROLL THREAD.” Time will tell how this beast evolves… For direct, free access to their books in .pdf form, click on the large cover images on their site. For more information on TROLL THREAD, check out CA Conrad’s interview of the publishing collective on his blog 8-Pointed Star.

1. Stay tuned tomorrow for a fun-in-the-sun second installment of the not enough data Summer Reading List.

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Summer Reading List #1

With the solstice behind us, the summer steps outside, shakes the petals from its brow, spreads its buffalo wings into the warming sun. We step outside as well, take a deep breath, go for a walk, text the view from the beach. To accompany these summer activities, we have for you this collection of adventure novels and other writing. Great reading for your back-porch brunch, weekend getaway, or post-Blockbuster bedtime skimming. Expect a few more installments of Summer Reading Lists as the season progresses.

 

Adventure (English)

by London, Jack

The Adventure Club Afloat (English)

by Barbour, Ralph Henry

The Adventure Club Afloat (English)

by Caswell, Edward C.

The Adventure League (English)

by Skae, Hilda T.

Adventure of a Kite (English)

by Myrtle, Harriet

The Adventure Of Elizabeth Morey, of New York 1901 (English)

by Becke, Louis

The Adventure of Living : a Subjective Autobiography (English)

by Strachey, John St. Loe

The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans (English)

by Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir

The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans (English) Audio Book

by Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir

The Adventure of the Cardboard Box (English)

by Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir

The Adventure of the Cardboard Box (English) Audio Book

by Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir

The Adventure of the Devil’s Foot (English)

by Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir

The Adventure of the Devil’s Foot (English) Audio Book

by Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir

The Adventure of the Dying Detective (English)

by Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir

The Adventure of the Dying Detective (English) Audio Book

by Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir

The Adventure of the Red Circle (English) Audio Book

by Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir

The Adventure of the Red Circle (English)

by Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir

The Adventure of Two Dutch Dolls and a ‘Golliwogg’ (English)

by Upton, Bertha

The Adventure of Two Dutch Dolls and a ‘Golliwogg’ (English)

by Upton, Florence K. (Florence Kate)

The Adventure of Wisteria Lodge (English)

by Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir

The Adventure of Wisteria Lodge (English) Audio Book

by Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir

The Adventurer (English)

by Freas, Kelly

The Adventurer (English)

by Kornbluth, C. M. (Cyril M.)

Adventurers of the Far North A Chronicle of the Frozen Seas (English)

by Leacock, Stephen

Adventures Among Books (English)

by Lang, Andrew

Adventures Among the Red Indians Romantic Incidents and Perils Amongst the Indians of North and South America (English)

by Hyrst, H. W. G.

Adventures and Enthusiasms (English)

by Lucas, E. V. (Edward Verrall)

Adventures and Letters of Richard Harding Davis (English)

by Davis, Charles Belmont

Adventures and Letters of Richard Harding Davis (English)

by Davis, Richard Harding

Adventures and Recollections (English)

by Bill o’th’ Hoylus End

Adventures and Reminiscences of a Volunteer A Drummer Boy from Maine (English)

by Ulmer, George T.

Adventures in Africa By an African Trader (English)

by Kingston, William Henry Giles

Adventures in Australia (English)

by Kingston, William Henry Giles

Adventures in Contentment (English)

by Grayson, David

Adventures in Criticism (English)

by Quiller-Couch, Arthur Thomas, Sir

Adventures in Friendship (English)

by Grayson, David

Adventures in Many Lands (English)

by Gillett, F.

Adventures in Many Lands (English)

by Various

Adventures in New Guinea (English)

by Chalmers, James

Adventures in Southern Seas A Tale of the Sixteenth Century (English)

by Forbes, George

Adventures in Swaziland The Story of a South African Boer (English)

by O’Neil, Owen Rowe

Adventures in the Arts Informal Chapters on Painters, Vaudeville, and Poets (English)

by Hartley, Marsden

Adventures in the Canyons of the Colorado By two of its earliest explorers (English)

by Bass, William Wallace

Adventures in the Far West (English)

by Kingston, William Henry Giles

Adventures in the Land of Canaan (English)

by Berry, R. L. (Robert Lee)

Adventures in the Philippine Islands (English)

by La Gironière, Paul P. de

Adventures in the Rifle Brigade, in the Peninsula, France, and the Netherlands from 1809 to 1815 (English)

by Kincaid, J. (John)

Adventures in Toyland What the Marionette Told Molly (English)

by Hall, Edith King

The Adventures of a Bear And a Great Bear too (English)

by Elwes, Alfred

The Adventures of a Bear And a Great Bear too (English)

by Weir, Harrison

The Adventures of a Boy Reporter (English)

by Morrison, Harry Steele

The Adventures of A Brownie As Told to My Child by Miss Mulock (English)

by Craik, Dinah Maria Mulock

The Adventures of a Cat And a Fine Cat too! (English)

by Elwes, Alfred

The Adventures of a Cat And a Fine Cat too! (English)

by Weir, Harrison

The Adventures of a Country Boy at a Country Fair (English)

by Otis, James

Adventures of a Despatch Rider (English)

by Watson, William Henry Lowe

The Adventures of a Dog, and a Good Dog Too (English)

by Elwes, Alfred

The Adventures of a Dog, and a Good Dog Too (English)

by Weir, Harrison

The Adventures of a Forty-niner An Historic Description of California, with Events and Ideas of San Francisco and Its People in Those Early Days (English)

by Ivanowski, Sigismond de

The Adventures of a Forty-niner An Historic Description of California, with Events and Ideas of San Francisco and Its People in Those Early Days (English)

by Knower, Daniel

The Adventures of a Freshman (English)

by Williams, Jesse Lynch

The Adventures of a Grain of Dust (English)

by Hawksworth, Hallam

The Adventures of Akbar (English)

by Shaw, Byam

The Adventures of Akbar (English)

by Steel, Flora Annie Webster

The adventures of Alphonso and Marina (English)

by Florian

The Adventures of Ann Stories of Colonial Times (English)

by Freeman, Mary Eleanor Wilkins

Adventures of a Sixpence in Guernsey by A Native (English)

by Anonymous

The Adventures of a Special Correspondent Among the Various Races and Countries of Central Asia Being the Exploits and Experiences of Claudius Bombarnac of “The Twentieth Century” (English)

by Verne, Jules

The Adventures of a Squirrel, Supposed to be Related by Himself (English)

by Anonymous

The Adventures of a Three-Guinea Watch (English)

by Reed, Talbot Baines

The Adventures of a Widow A Novel (English)

by Fawcett, Edgar

Adventures of a Young Naturalist (English)

by Biart, Lucien

Adventures of a Young Naturalist (English)

by Gillmore, Parker

Adventures of Bindle (English)

by Jenkins, Herbert George

The Adventures of Bobby Orde (English)

by Brehm, Worth

The Adventures of Bobby Orde (English)

by White, Stewart Edward

The Adventures of Buffalo Bill (English)

by Cody, Col. William F.

The Adventures of Buster Bear (English)

by Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo)

The Adventures of Buster Bear (English)

by Cady, Harrison

The Adventures of Captain Bonneville, U. S. A., in the Rocky Mountains and the Far West (English)

by Bonneville, Benjamin Louis Eulalie de

The Adventures of Captain Bonneville, U. S. A., in the Rocky Mountains and the Far West (English)

by Irving, Washington

The Adventures of Captain Horn (English)

by Stockton, Frank Richard

The Adventures of Chatterer the Red Squirrel (English)

by Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo)

The Adventures of Chatterer the Red Squirrel (English)

by Cady, Harrison

The Adventures of Daniel Boone: the Kentucky rifleman (English)

by Hawks, Francis L. (Francis Lister)

The Adventures of Danny Meadow Mouse (English)

by Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo)

The Adventures of Danny Meadow Mouse (English)

by Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo)

The Adventures of Danny Meadow Mouse (English)

by Cady, Harrison

The Adventures of Danny Meadow Mouse (English)

by Cady, Harrison

The Adventures of Dick Maitland A Tale of Unknown Africa (English)

by Ball, Alec C.

The Adventures of Dick Maitland A Tale of Unknown Africa (English)

by Collingwood, Harry

The Adventures of Don Lavington Nolens Volens (English)

by Fenn, George Manville

The Adventures of Elizabeth in Rügen (English)

by Von Arnim, Elizabeth

The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom — Complete (English)

by Smollett, T. (Tobias)

The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom — Volume 01 (English)

by Smollett, T. (Tobias)

The Adventures of Ferdinand Count Fathom — Volume 02 (English)

by Smollett, T. (Tobias)

The Adventures of Fleetfoot and Her Fawns (English)

by Chaffee, Allen

The Adventures of Gerard (English) Audio Book

by Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir

The Adventures of Gerard (English)

by Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir

The Adventures of Grandfather Frog (English)

by Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo)

The Adventures of Grandfather Frog (English)

by Cady, Harrison

The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan (English)

by Morier, James Justinian

Adventures of Hans Sterk The South African Hunter and Pioneer (English)

by Drayson, A. W. (Alfred Wilks)

The Adventures of Harry Revel (English)

by Quiller-Couch, Arthur Thomas, Sir

The Adventures of Harry Richmond — Complete (English)

by Meredith, George

The Adventures of Harry Richmond — Volume 1 (English)

by Meredith, George

The Adventures of Harry Richmond — Volume 2 (English)

by Meredith, George

The Adventures of Harry Richmond — Volume 3 (English)

by Meredith, George

The Adventures of Harry Richmond — Volume 4 (English)

by Meredith, George

The Adventures of Harry Richmond — Volume 5 (English)

by Meredith, George

The Adventures of Harry Richmond — Volume 6 (English)

by Meredith, George

The Adventures of Harry Richmond — Volume 7 (English)

by Meredith, George

The Adventures of Harry Richmond — Volume 8 (English)

by Meredith, George

The Adventures of Herr Baby (English)

by Crane, Walter

The Adventures of Herr Baby (English)

by Molesworth, Mrs. (Mary Louisa)

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (English)

by Twain, Mark

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (English) Audio Book

by Twain, Mark

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (English) Audio Book

by Twain, Mark

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Chapters 01 to 05 (English)

by Twain, Mark

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Chapters 06 to 10 (English)

by Twain, Mark

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Chapters 11 to 15 (English)

by Twain, Mark

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Chapters 16 to 20 (English)

by Twain, Mark

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Chapters 21 to 25 (English)

by Twain, Mark

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Chapters 26 to 30 (English)

by Twain, Mark

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Chapters 31 to 35 (English)

by Twain, Mark

Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Chapters 36 to The Last (English)

by Twain, Mark

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Tom Sawyer’s Comrade (English)

by Twain, Mark

The Adventures of Hugh Trevor (English)

by Holcroft, Thomas

The Adventures of Jerry Muskrat (English)

by Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo)

The Adventures of Jimmie Dale (English)

by Packard, Frank L. (Frank Lucius)

The Adventures of Jimmy Skunk (English)

by Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo)

The Adventures of Jimmy Skunk (English)

by Cady, Harrison

The Adventures of Joel Pepper (English)

by Sidney, Margaret

The Adventures of John Jewitt Only Survivor of the Crew of the Ship Boston During a Captivity of Nearly Three Years Among the Indians of Nootka Sound in Vancouver Island (English)

by Brown, Robert

The Adventures of John Jewitt Only Survivor of the Crew of the Ship Boston During a Captivity of Nearly Three Years Among the Indians of Nootka Sound in Vancouver Island (English)

by Jewitt, John Rodgers

The Adventures of Johnny Chuck (English)

by Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo)

The Adventures of Kathlyn (English)

by MacGrath, Harold

The Adventures of Lightfoot the Deer (English)

by Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo)

The Adventures of Lightfoot the Deer (English)

by Cady, Harrison

The Adventures of Louis De Rougemont (English)

by Rougemont, Louis de

Adventures of Major Gahagan (English) Audio Book

by Thackeray, William Makepeace

Adventures of Major Gahagan (English)

by Thackeray, William Makepeace

The Adventures of Maya the Bee (English)

by Bonsels, Waldemar

The Adventures of Maya the Bee (English)

by Boss, Homer

The Adventures of Maya the Bee (English)

by Guiterman, Arthur

The Adventures of Maya the Bee (English)

by Seltzer, Adele Szold

The Adventures of Mr. Mocker (English)

by Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo)

Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green (English)

by Bede, Cuthbert

The Adventures of My Cousin Smooth (English)

by Templeton, Timothy

The Adventures of Odysseus and The Tales of Troy (English)

by Colum, Padraic

The Adventures of Odysseus and The Tales of Troy (English)

by Pogany, Willy

The Adventures of Old Mr. Toad (English)

by Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo)

The Adventures of Old Mr. Toad (English)

by Cady, Harrison

The Adventures of Paddy Beaver (English)

by Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo)

The Adventures of Paddy Beaver (English)

by Cady, Harrison

The Adventures of Paddy the Beaver (English)

by Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo)

The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle (English)

by Smollett, T. (Tobias)

The Adventures of Piang the Moro Jungle Boy A Book for Young and Old (English)

by Stuart, Florence Partello

The Adventures of Pinocchio (English) Audio Book

by Collodi, Carlo

Adventures of Pinocchio (English)

by Collodi, Carlo

The Adventures of Pinocchio (English) Audio Book

by Della Chiesa, Carol

Adventures of Pinocchio (English)

by Della Chiesa, Carol

The Adventures of Poor Mrs. Quack (English)

by Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo)

The Adventures of Prickly Porky (English)

by Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo)

The Adventures of Prickly Porky (English)

by Cady, Harrison

The Adventures of Prince Lazybones, and Other Stories (English)

by Hays, Helen Ashe

The Adventures of Puss in Boots, Jr. (English)

by Cory, David

The Adventures of Puss in Boots Marks’s Edition (English)

by Anonymous

Adventures of Reddy Fox (English)

by Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo)

The Adventures of Robin Hood (English)

by Pyle, Howard

The Adventures of Roderick Random (English)

by Smollett, T. (Tobias)

The Adventures of Sally (English)

by Wodehouse, P. G. (Pelham Grenville)

The Adventures of Samuel and Selina (English)

by Archer, Jean C.

The Adventures of Seumas Beg The Rocky Road to Dublin (English)

by Stephens, James

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (English) Audio Book

by Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (English)

by Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (English) Audio Book

by Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (English) Audio Book

by Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir

The Adventures of Sir Launcelot Greaves (English)

by Smollett, T. (Tobias)

The Adventures of the Chevalier De La Salle and His Companions, in Their Explorations of the Prairies, Forests, Lakes, and Rivers, of the New World, and Their Interviews with the Savage Tribes, Two Hundred Years Ago (English)

by Abbott, John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot)

The Adventures of the Eleven Cuff-Buttons Being one of the exciting episodes in the career of the famous detective Hemlock Holmes, as recorded by his friend Dr. Watson (English)

by Thierry, James Francis

The Adventures of the Little Woman, Her Dog and the Pedlar (English)

by Anonymous

The Adventures of the U-202 An Actual Narrative (English)

by Spiegel, E.

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (English) Audio Book

by Twain, Mark

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (English) Audio Book

by Twain, Mark

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (English)

by Twain, Mark

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Part 1. (English)

by Twain, Mark

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Part 2. (English)

by Twain, Mark

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Part 3. (English)

by Twain, Mark

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Part 4. (English)

by Twain, Mark

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Part 5. (English)

by Twain, Mark

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Part 6. (English)

by Twain, Mark

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Part 7. (English)

by Twain, Mark

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Part 8. (English)

by Twain, Mark

The Adventures of Ulysses (English)

by Lamb, Charles

The Adventures of Unc’ Billy Possum (English)

by Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo)

The Adventures of Unc’ Billy Possum (English)

by Cady, Harrison

The Adventures of Uncle Jeremiah and Family at the Great Fair Their Observations and Triumphs (English)

by Stevens, C. M. (Charles McClellan)

Adventures of Working Men From the Notebook of a Working Surgeon (English)

by Anonymous

Adventures of Working Men From the Notebook of a Working Surgeon (English)

by Fenn, George Manville

An Adventure with a Genius (English)

by Ireland, Alleyne

The Adventurous Seven Their Hazardous Undertaking (English)

by Marchant, Bessie

The Adventurous Seven Their Hazardous Undertaking (English)

by Stott, W. R. S. (William R. S.)

The Adventurous Simplicissimus being the description of the Life of a Strange vagabond named Melchior Sternfels von Fuchshaim (English)

by Grimmelshausen, Hans Jacob Christoph von