Poetry. A new selection of poems by William Torphy. These startling poems span the final decade of last century and the first years of the present one. They reveal a strong voice fully attuned to its own time and process. Torphy's poems, articles, and critical reviews have appeared in such publications as Sebastian Quill, ArtWeek, Expose, and High Performance. He is an art curator living in the San Francisco Bay area. Roberta Loach, editor of Visual Dialog, says "These words are meditative and move to the center of everyday living, loving, being."
Young Adult Fiction. Native American Studies. Illustrated by Regine Legler. SNAKEBITE is the first book in a series of Joy and Jerry Action Mystery stories. It takes the two friends to a Native American reservation in New Mexico. An adventure story with illustrations and a strong metaphysical foundation, SNAKEBITE offers children from 9-12 an exciting read as well as an introduction to the cultural and spiritual practices of Native Americans.
A survey of work by the Dutch artist over the last twelve years (1990-2002). Has over 100 high quality color plates and a number of essays by different art writers, chronicling the work over the different periods and styles.
The tradition of college basketball excellence that reigns at Indiana University can only be matched by a handful of other elite programs, while the fierce devotion of IU basketball fans has been selling out arenas and inspiring generation after generation of Hoosier fans for over a century. The Indiana University Basketball Encyclopedia captures the glory, the tradition, and the championships, from the team's inaugural games in the winter of 1901 all the way through the 2003-04 season. The most comprehensive book ever written about IU basketball, this encyclopedia covers every season and every game the Hoosiers have played throughout their illustrious history, including all of the program's Big Ten Conference championships and NCAA championships. It is a must-have for the library of every devoted IU basketball fan and a fitting guide to one of the most storied traditions in all of college basketball.