Jennifer Katzinger makes baking artisanal gluten-free and vegan breads at home simple. This cookbook contains recipes for yeasted breads, fougasse, flatbreads, sweet breads, sourdough, quick breads, savory breads, sandwich breads. More than 60 recipes, including Country Baguette, Cinnamon Pecan Rolls, Kalamata Olive Bread, Simple Focaccia, Quinoa Crackers, Matzo Flatbread, Walnut Wild Rice Bread, Quick Anadama Bread, Irish Soda Bread, Cranberry Pecan Bread, and fifty others . . .
So you want to produce a short film. Or design a new line of jewelry. Or manufacture a revolutionary solar-powered garden sprinkler. There’s just one catch: You need $100,000 to bankroll your dream, and your checking account has barely enough to cover the rent. Enter Kickstarter.com—the phenomenal “crowdfunding” website launched in 2009 that brings venture capital to the masses. At Kickstarter, it’s not uncommon for entrepreneurs to raise $50,000, $100,000, $250,000, or more. All you need is a great idea—and The Kickstarter Handbook.
Business journliast Don Steinberg has interviewed dozens of artists and inventors who launched their passion projects online. Through their voices, you’ll explore all the strategies of a successful Kickstarter campaign. You’ll learn the elements of a compelling Kickstarter video, innovative ways to market your projects, tips for getting donors onboard, and the secrets of irresistible Kickstarter “rewards.” You’ll also discover what to do in a best-case scenario—when your project goes viral and the cash starts flowing in. On Kickstarter, it happens to a few lucky visionaries every week.
Here’s how to be one of them.
Figlia amatissima di Mussolini e moglie di Galeazzo Ciano, Edda fu una figura inquietante e tragica, presa com'era dalla sua lacerante, ossessiva oscillazione tra i valori dello Stato e quelli della famiglia, tra il richiamo del destino e i diritti della vita privata. Personaggio finora poco approfondito e spesso dimenticato, Edda, primadonna intrigante e viziosa, ebbe un ruolo non secondario negli eventi successivi all'ascesa al potere di Adolf Hitler. Ingenua 'pasionaria' affascinata dal Reich, capace di influenzare in senso filotedesco le oscillanti simpatie del padre, contribuì in modo significativo alla scelta dell'alleanza con il Fuhrer, inserendosi con tragica determinazione in una tenebrosa saga familiare che rispecchia il dramma di una nazione.
Science Fiction & Fantasy Anthology and Advice to Writers 2016 You are about to meet: YOUR NEXT FAVORITE AUTHOR The 32nd edition of Writers of the Future may be the best new book yet! Brand-new adventure through space, time and possibility. Along the way these new authors will introduce you to fascinating characters such as Nate, a very loyal companion—like most werewolves would be. Keanie has a parasite that lets her morph and so transform into anyone. Liz owns a dinosaur maker, but raw ingredients can be a problem. Anna slaves away in a factory but her magic leaves her unfulfilled.
These authors take creative writing to a whole new level! The answers, the stories, the visions, and the mind-stretching possibilities are all waiting inside. Welcome to the future of Science Fiction and Fantasy. It gets better every year.
These are the award winning short stories of the international contest that have launched the writing careers of some of the best new books! BONUS stories and articles on how to write by New York Times best sellers Tim Powers, Sean Williams, Brandon Sanderson, Sergey Poyarkov & L. Ron Hubbard “The Writers of the Future contest looks for people with the best imaginations who can see through the possibilities of the strangest and best ideas and tell stories that intrigue us and involve us.” —Orson Scott Card Celebrate the 32nd anniversary of the Writers of the Future contest and the 27th anniversary of the Illustrators of the Future contest "A glimpse of tomorrow's stars!" —Publishers Weekly "Without Writers oft he Future, I would not be where I am today." —Patrick Rothfuss "Writers of the Future has my heartiest support and unqualified recommendation." —Terry Brooks "These first-rate stories show incredible variety." —Robert J. Sawyer "Writers of the Future... Long may it continue!" —Nei Gaiman "...a glimpse of the future—the future of Science Fiction—tomorrow's masters." —Kevin.
Anderson "...great stories by the new writers who will be winning Hugo and Nebula Awards" —Tim Powers "...the best-selling SF anthology series of all time." —Locus Mag "Here's skill and storytelling fervor aplenty—these writers have already arrived!" —Robert Silverberg "Fans of sf anthologies would be well advised to seek this one out." —Booklist "Verdict: Speculative fiction fans will welcome this showcase of new talent." —Library Journal, Starred Review “Exciting and engrossing, thought-provoking, and grim... This book is not to be missed." —Publishers Weekly "Supports new and enthusiastic artists pursue their dream..." —Stephen Youll "Writers of the Future played a critical role in the early stages of my career." —Eric Flint "Writers of the Future was an accelerator to my writing development." —Jo Beverley "I genuinely was delighted with every story in anthology." —David Farland "Winning Writers of the Future was a watershed moment in my career." —Steven Savile "Writers of the Future has had a profound impact on my career." —Sean Williams "Writers of the Future played a pivotal role in my writing career." —Nnedi Okofor "WOTF judges encouraged me to write more." —Eric James Stone "I highly recommend it to everyone..." —Ken Scholes "Writers of the Future launched my career..." —David Sakmyster "They really do know how to pick and train talent." —Mike Resnick #WofF32
Blending the fabulous with the macabre, the lyrical with the grotesque, the atemporal with the present, and melancholy with dark humor, these stories will take you from the ambiguous world of modern folktales where a man tries to catch Death in a box, to communist Eastern Europe where a man eats his own brains, to contemporary women who like garbage, or who prefer to keep their babies inside their bodies rather than give birth.
The French philosopher Alain Badiou (born 1937), is one of the main representatives of a recent philosophical homage to Saint Paul. Yet, Badiou is not a believer in the traditional sense, let alone a Christian philosopher. On the contrary, he rejects transcendence and pleads for a radical this-worldliness. This does not mean, however, that his work is of no use to theologians, though a theological engagement with him will necessarily take some time. This book takes the first steps in that direction.
It focuses on Badiou's ontology, because his challenge to theology, and more in particular to the doctrine of God, is to be found at this level of his system. The starting point is Badiou's claim that true religion and true faith are no longer possible. This claim is evaluated in three parts: the theological context in which ontology becomes necessary; why we should turn to Badiou as a plausible source for such an ontology; and Badiou's atheist stance and its implications.
Depoortere shows that Badiou's atheist ontology can neverthe be opened towards God.
A deathbed promise to their father sends a daring girl and her brother off to war.
Filled with intrigue, romance, and magic, this spellbinding novel is a dramatic coming-of-age story about a girl who rises from impoverished beginnings to take command of her own fate. “Smith tells a fast-moving tale of adventure, intrigue, and honor, with Mel a likable heroine and a lively narrator.”--Booklist