Whether you're looking to laugh, cry, savour, or think deeply, you'll find what you're looking for with these titles from Bored Feet Press.
A Novel by Bill Bradd
Poet and now novelist Bill Bradd worked in the outlaw culture of outdoor marijuana cultivation. He tells the inside story of a unique bunch of characters, honoring their lives and their places in an enthralling book full of paranoia, passion, and insight about humans and nature.
Under the Table Books is both community center and grand experiment in pragmatic mysticism. The cast includes poets, musicians, a former movie star, and a homeless savant who may have once been the richest man on earth.
This elegant casebound edition of forty-two contemporary short stories has drawn a passionate and enthusiastic response from readers and booksellers who know it. Humorous, sad, erotic, mysterious—stories linked and balanced by themes of mindfulness, compassion, and generosity.
The foothills and rivers of California's Sierra Nevada are the backdrop for this suspenseful novel. The novel unfolds as a compelling legal drama, but at its core is a love story full of passion and grace.
This hefty book is the most comprehensive guidebook to the wineries of Oregon. Two hundred open-to-the public wineries are featured, grouped into easy to experience WineTrails.
Allan W. Eckert
The protagonist of this novel is heroic, majestic, a born leader, a devoted husband and proud father. He is destined to be remembered by whoever reads about his life. He is a great auk.
Writing and art that dare acrobatics on the edge. This engaging collection features short stories, memoirs, essays, and poetry by writers such
as Fionna Perkins, Robin Beeman, Elizabeth Herron, Sara Peyton, Simone
Wilson, Barbara Baer and Ianthe Brautigan.
By Roger Rapaport
This definitive biography traces the untold story of the 30 years of struggles and failures that led to Michael Moore’s “overnight” success. Investigative reporter Roger Rapoport interviewed 200 people who played key roles in Michael Moore’s life.
This new guide offers the most comprehensive look at the wineries of Idaho, the Gem State. Itís fresh, itís new and itís thorough. The handy guide groups all Idaho wineries open to the public.
This handy guide makes it both easy and fun to experience the many tasting rooms throughout Washington state. Local author Roberts guides readers through 32 memorable wine tours in every wine region of the state.
Get the most from your stay as Washington native Steve Roberts guides you through the hidden treasures of this great area with distinct and memorable WineTrails.
This unique little book offers a surreal combination of mysticism, sex, and humor that will create a buzz.
Phyllis Whetstone Taper
With her first novel published at age 90, Taper vividly illuminates the thoughts, feelings, and hearts of her characters lives in the summer of 1927 in Lake County, California.
Before you flee to Canada to avoid rampant Bushification, here are 101 clever ideas from The Salt Lake Tribune's award-winning political cartoonist, Pat Bagley.
by Pat Bagley
Three clever Clueless George titles in an irreverent gift set with a special, moneysaving price. NOW 50% OFF!
A novel of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
words and political cartoons by Pat Bagley
Pat Bagley's hilarious tour through the 2008 presidential election, featuring his favorite election-themed political cartoons gathered from the Salt Lake Tribune.
Tricks! Jokes! Games! Waterboarding! Will Bertrand the Liberal join in the robust and muscular fun, or will he cut and run back to his mother's apron strings?
Award-winning cartoonist Pat Bagley takes aim at the Bush Administration's controversial domestic spying program and serves up an hilarious critique on the Commander-in-Chimp.
This wickedly clever parody follows our war-monkey-president as he blithely capers into the most hilarious series of pratfalls and misadventures since Vietnam.
Writings Collected by Marylu Downing, Faith Morgan, & Ellen Galford
Women writers and poets celebrate small pleasures and life’s secrets over a steaming cup of tea.
By John Crace
Literary ombudsman John Crace never met an important book he didn’t like to deconstruct. He retells the big books in just 500 bitingly satirical words, pointing his pen at the clunky plots, stylistic tics, and pretensions to Big Ideas, as he turns dream books into dross.
Margaret Acton Smith and Barbara J. Braasch
Wine Introduction by Rod Smith
This inviting book presents delicious recipes complementing wines grown from Italian grape varietals like Sangiovese, Barbera, Moscato and Pinot Grigio. Such wines have soared in popularity.
Johanna Bedford, Jane Harris Austin, Mary Bradish O'Connor and M.L. Harrison Mackie
A lively collection by four Mendocino women with strong and varied voices, these provocative poems range from deceptively simple lyrics to complex, formal verse.
A powerful book about the unfolding of the human spirit, these poems offer consolation through a return to a deeper connection with nature.
Edited by Sharon Doubiago, Devreaux Baker and Susan Maeder
This enticing,moving book collects works by 63 distinctive voices of rich and varied emotional tone, including ruth weiss, Lydia Rand and Julia Butterfly Hill. The poets range in age from 14 to 88.
In this inspired cycle of poems, Chiarini shares her personal healing of family violence through the voices of her ancestors, reached through rituals learned from two Yoruba priests. Includes a background essay by the author, a playwright and poet.
Edited by Marjorie Young and Vince Viverito
With the emphasis on wild fungi, this book includes 61 diverse recipes for species both exotic and mundane.