Books & Literature
Turn the PageJul 5th, 2010 by Third Coast Daily
What better way to spend a balmy afternoon than curled up with a good book? Check back all week as TCD staff and contributors share their picks for great summer reading.
Dem Bones FairytaleJun 27th, 2010 by Stella Cretek
Neither apple, orange, peach nor pear; the Slotz somewhat resembled a bowling pin, only smaller. But truth tell, they made The Valley famous.
Reading for AudiophilesJun 19th, 2010 by Jennifer Kaufman
Down on his luck, music obsessive Clive Beresford aims to meet his rock idol and get his life on track.
Book reviewMay 2nd, 2010 by Jennifer Kaufman
If you’re looking for a way to travel down a musical memory lane, you can’t go wrong with Cassette from my Ex.
The Maid and the StrawApr 30th, 2010 by Stella Cretek
Maybe it wasn’t such a good deal to be inside of Domesville, but it was too late to turn and run.
Book ReviewApr 11th, 2010 by Jennifer Kaufman
Lisa Jervis' "Cook Food: A Manualfesto for Easy, Healthy, Local Eating" is the perfect primer for both budding foodies and experienced gourmands alike.
A Dem Bones FairytaleMar 30th, 2010 by Stella Cretek
The truth behind this floury tale may never be known. Except to the Cruller clan, and they’re not talking…
A Dem Bones FairytaleMar 19th, 2010 by Stella Cretek
When Lorene leapt into space, few guessed it was her final fling…
A Dem Bones FairytaleMar 2nd, 2010 by Stella Cretek
Learn from Esmeralda, why don't you. Had you minded your manners and not dishonored the meatloaf, you’d still be up there among the living.
A Dem Bones FairytaleFeb 15th, 2010 by Stella Cretek
Another Saturday night in Nodaway Valley as Doris plans an evening Rod will never forget.
Sep 1st, 2009 by Malcolm McDowell Woods
Craft represents choice, creative freedom and a push toward economic independence