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Food Fight Inc.: Napkin Sketches to Retail Shelves: An Entrepreneur's Odyssey of Triumphs and Lemons
What do Jamie Oliver, Pope Saint John Paul II, Sammy Hagar, and *NSYNC have in...
The Expo Affair: A Cold War Escape Story
The Expo Affair is a narrative memoir of international intrigue and romance that took place...
Sarah & Abraham: The Search for Miracles and the Stuttering Poet
Sarah & Abraham: The Search for Miracles and the Stuttering Poet is a stranger than...
For 11 months Calvin White worked for Doctors Without Borders as a mental health specialist in the off-the-radar region of Karakalpakstan in western Uzbekistan. Unlike the higher profile emergency situations which draw that international humanitarian organization's attention, the milieu for White's mission was the quiet, slow death in an epidemic of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis. White takes the reader inside the daily heartbeat of humans we've never heard of but come to see as sharing the same pulse. It is a remarkable journey of intimacy and hope, one that reconfigures our understanding of sadness and, ultimately, reaffirms the common spirit of humanity.

"This is a small story about small people written by a small person so maybe there is no interest in it. On the other hand, since most of us on the planet are also small, maybe there is."
Letters from the Land of Fear: Intimacy, Beauty and Death in Central Asia
Get Onboard: Walk in the Shoes of a Transit Operator
The Voyageur
Hard Lumps: A Memoir
The Sex Life of the Amoeba
Writing Poetry To Save Your Life: How To Find The Courage To Tell Your Stories
My Silent Pledge: A Journey of Struggle, Survival and Remembrance