King Of High Card Cut Nathan L. Queener [NOOK Book]

Overview

"The King Of High-Card Cut" is a series of five short stories, five poems, and two essays. UNCLE WILLIE is an old man on a porch telling a story as related by a young boy. THE LODGE is the encounter of two men waiting for a bus. LIBERTY ROAD two men try to redeem themselves while a third is the key to their success. THE KING OF HIGH CARD CUT relates a senseless game played by a man with only talent for that game. SHORTY an urban story that can be told over and over. POEMS: English Lit - relates the lack of respect accorded to some forms of art.
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King Of High Card Cut Nathan L. Queener

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Overview

"The King Of High-Card Cut" is a series of five short stories, five poems, and two essays. UNCLE WILLIE is an old man on a porch telling a story as related by a young boy. THE LODGE is the encounter of two men waiting for a bus. LIBERTY ROAD two men try to redeem themselves while a third is the key to their success. THE KING OF HIGH CARD CUT relates a senseless game played by a man with only talent for that game. SHORTY an urban story that can be told over and over. POEMS: English Lit - relates the lack of respect accorded to some forms of art. THERE WILL BE DANCING - the eternal cycle of war. 2 O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING - a person half dreaming half awake. WHEN WE FOREVER - a tale of love lost. THREE WISHES - an attempt to motivate. CHANGE - political argument. BELIEF - a critique of believers, non-believers, and those who fake belief.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016415970
  • Publisher: NATHAN QUEENER
  • Publication date: 5/30/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 194 KB

Meet the Author

Nathan L. Queener - born and raised on the "Sharonline" in Youngstown, Ohio. At age 18 (1975) joined the United States Navy and retired after 25 years. BA in Education from Youngstown State University (SUMMA CUM LAUDE); MA in History from Youngstown State University(4.0 grade average). Married for 35 years to Bernadette Marie Johnson Queener, five children and eleven grandchildren. Licensed Integrated Social Studies Teacher (7-12) currently teaches in Community Corrections Association, Inc. (Youngstown, Ohio) Basic Adult Education Program.
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