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“Oh, also, Styrofoam's "Couches in Alleys" for its "hey, Jack, it's me" refrain.”
“A while back, my friend Meredith Schwartz edited an electronic anthology titled Alleys and Doorways: Stories of Queer Urban Fantasy for Torguere Press, and I agreed to write an Elspeth Potter story for it.”
“Alleys mouth in all directions," and the room seems to be reached through a mirror.”
“RFH: My second book Alleys has been finished and will be hopefully available sometime early next year look out for it March-ish.”
“And there are hundreds of Cancer Alleys around the world where gasoline is processed from oil.”
“It ' s now promoting " Everyday Low Prices " and has restored the familiar product-laden " Action Alleys " to stores, going back to approaches that succeeded in the past.”
“I he Eon Ton Alleys are-is-a complex, consisting of, naturally, bowling alleys, and of course an adjoining bar; but a good deal has been added.”
“Her only prose collection, In Geslekh fun Yerushalyim (In the Alleys of Jerusalem, 1968), published posthumously, centers on the vibrant ethnic communities in Jerusalem.”
“Tel Aviv: 1968; “Five Stories from In the Alleys of Jerusalem.””
“For example, under Fresh Air there is The Alleys of Miles End, a fascinating tour that includes a visit to a bagel shop.”
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