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A graphic novel version of the dramatic life and untimely death of German revolutionary Rosa Luxemburg
Atlas of Imaging of the Paranasal Sinuses
"Kate Evans takes us from the dreamlike moonscape of a failed marriage through the alienated ravings of a middle-aged woman pursuing sexual misadventure, and finally arriving in the sensual present of new love against the backdrop of foreign cities. Throughout the book, she retains tight control over form and language, winking at us with sly rhymes and surprising line breaks. Target comes to us as sweet and juicy as ripe fruit from the achingly honest, increasingly expansive voice of an adventurer who has awakened to herself." -Anne Jennings Paris, author of Killing George Washington "Kate Evans' new collection of poetry is a journey of home and away, the domestic and the exotic. The power of her language, her honesty, and her exacting images get at the heart of the ache and wonder of the human heart. Target celebrates life, love, and the challenges of living at the edge of self-discovery." -Persis Karim, author of Tremors
The first in a thrilling new police procedural series set in Scarborough andintroducing DCI Donna Morris, middle-aged, seemingly ordinary - but hiding many secrets.
A no-nonsense illustrated guide to the physical and emotional changes that come with being pregnant, looking at the practicalities of every stage as well as the challenges that may arise. Kate Evans' straightforward, quirky and accessible text is illustrated throughout with detailed artwork.
Written by the author of 'Funny Weather', this book presents a different approach to the traditional breastfeeding guide. Suitable for new mothers, it contains artwork and information needed to breastfeed successfully, together with some honest discussions about the realities of childcare.
A study of gay and lesbian pre-service teachers, "Negotiating the Self" argues that conceptualizing the self is an ongoing process requiring emotional work. Kate Evans positions her argument in relation to the work of other queer theorists and philosophers.
A heartbreaking, full-color graphic novel of the refugee drama