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Sweet as cane

Stephanie McCoy

Sweet as cane

by Stephanie McCoy

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women photographers,
  • Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Stephanie McCoy
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS3613.C385743 S94 2012
    The Physical Object
    Pagination217 pages
    Number of Pages217
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27240072M
    ISBN 100976236273
    ISBN 109780976236276
    OCLC/WorldCa808629323

      This is the story of Sugar Cane, the infant child of a fisherman and his wife who live on a small island in the Caribbean. Before Sugar Cane was born, her mother craved sugar cane. Since sugar cane wasn't found near where they lived, her father would travel the island in search for sugar cane/5. Acorus calamus (also called sweet flag or calamus, among many common names) is a species of flowering plant, a tall wetland monocot of the family Acoraceae, in the genus gh used in traditional medicine over centuries to treat digestive disorders and pain, there is no clinical evidence for its safety or efficacy – and ingested calamus may be toxic – leading to its commercial Clade: Tracheophytes.

    Louisiana native Ken Wheaton, author of SWEET AS CANE, SALTY AS TEARS, visits with us on Thursday, October 2, , P.M. Come say hello!A freak accident forces a New Yorker to return to Louisiana and confront her Cajun is nothing more dangerous than a spooked rhinoceros. It is just before lunchtime when Huey, the prized black rhino of Broussard, Louisiana. Sweet Cane. K likes. Sweet Cane. Located at Port Zante, started just a few months ago with its focus on offering quality food, service and ambience at great prices, which can be enjoyed by locals, Followers: K.

    Cane is a collection of vignettes that cover life in black society, circa Scott-Heron took inspiration from two of the book’s short stories for “Cane”, apply titled “Karintha” and.   Candy Cane Legend Bookmarks {Printable Bookmark} These beautiful printable bookmarks contain the legend of the candy cane. This sweet Christmas story is the perfect addition to one of your Christmas gift. Tuck it inside of a book you are giving as a gift, tie it around a candy cane treat, or use it as a gift tag for your holiday gift : Lorie A.


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Praise for Sweet as Sweet as cane book, Salty as Tears “Ken Wheaton’s got his Cajun on. His book is funny, raw, wrenching, a heartfelt tale of the complexities of family, love and that place we call home—and, at the end of it all, how stories help heal and restore the wounded spirit in us all.” —Ken Wells, author of Meely LaBauve and Crawfish Mountain/5(40).

Ken Wheatons Sweet As Sweet as cane book, Salty As Tears is a funny, honest story of middle age and coming to terms with who you are, where you came from, and what your future holds.

Katie-Lee, or Katherine, Fontenot is a 50 year-old Cajun girl living in New York City/5. Sweet As Cane Paperback – January 1, by Stephanie McCoy (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.

See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback, "Please retry" — 5/5(1). Praise for Sweet as Cane, Salty as Tears “Ken Wheaton’s got his Cajun on.

His book is funny, raw, wrenching, a heartfelt tale of the complexities of family, love and that place we call home—and, at the end of it all, how stories help heal and restore the wounded spirit in us all.” —Ken Wells, author of Meely LaBauve and Crawfish Mountain/5(9).

My phone rings. It’s the boss man.“Hey,” I say.“Why am I getting an irate email from George?” he asks. He sounds beaten down, like he himself is one step away from walking out the door, never to return.“Because George can’t write and he doesn’t like be.

Publisher Synopsis Praise for Sweet as Cane, Salty as Tears"Ken Wheaton's got his Cajun on. His book is funny, raw, wrenching, a heartfelt tale of the complexities of family, love and that place we call home-and, at the end of it all, how stories help heal and restore the wounded spirit in us all.".

Sweet as Cane, Salty as Tears My third novel, Sweet as Cane, Salty as Tears, published by Open Road Media, is on sale now in print and as an e-book. Fifty years old, lonely, and in danger of being laid off, Katherine Fontenot has spent decades trying to ignore her Louisiana roots, the embodiment of the phrase, “You can’t go home again.”.

SWEET CANE (קָנֶה, H, cane; or Qene h haṭṭôb, good cane). Isaiah says: “You have not bought me sweet cane with money.” The native or wild cane found throughout Pal. in streams and ditches is Saccharum biflorum, and this could have been the one Bible students feel, however, that the sweet-tasting cane was the true Saccharum officinarum, i.e.

sugar cane. Cane is a novel by noted Harlem Renaissance author Jean Toomer. The novel is structured as a series of vignettes revolving around the origins and experiences of African Americans in the United States. The vignettes alternate in structure between narrative.

Sweet as Cane, Salty as Tears: A Novel - Ebook written by Ken Wheaton. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Sweet as Cane, Salty as Tears: A Novel/5(4).

Sweet as cane, salty as tears: a novel. [Ken Wheaton] -- A freak accident forces a New Yorker to return to Louisiana and confront her Cajun past. There is nothing more dangerous than a spooked rhinoceros.

Sweet as Cane Twenty-three year old photographer Cane Walker specializes in infant-post mortems. In Marrow, North Carolina in the fifties, such practices are still prized and sought out. Cane’s is a tale of a young disfigured woman growing up in a small town that oozes with despair, hope and desire.

Serving as a companion to his excellent first novel, “Sweet as Cane ” tells the story of Katie-Lee, a middle-aged woman forced to come to terms with her Louisiana “roux-ts” after years of self-imposed exile.

Through Katie’s story, we get a real sense of what it’s like to live and die in La/5. The Latin for cane, Hebrew Kaneh, mentioned (Exodus ) as one of the ingredients in the holy anointing oil, one of the sweet scents (Cant ), and among the articles sold in the markets of Tyre (Ezekiel ).

The word designates an Oriental plant called the "sweet flag," the Acorus calamus of. Sweet as Cane, Salty as Tears by Ken Wheaton is a coming of age and coming to terms tale set in New York City and South Louisiana.

However, there is a very different twist in that the age is 50 and the coming to terms is looking at a lifetime of running away from ghosts when the specters only dwelled in a. Cane's is a tale of a young disfigured woman growing up in a small town that oozes with despair, hope, and desire Hiding behind the camera, Cane uncovers love and heartache while she longs to be included in the community around her"--Page 4 of cover.

Preview — Sweet as Cane, Salty as Tears by Ken Wheaton. “At this point, none of us are sure why we fight. We’re sisters. “In Louisiana, one of the first stages of grief is eating your weight in Popeyes fried chicken.

The second stage is doing the same with boudin. People have been known to swap the : Ken Wheaton. Sweet as Cane, Salty as Tears (Paperback) By Ken Wheaton.

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- Bookbyte. Sweet Bitter Cane is a book I easily see as deserving five stars. Sweet Bitter Cane by G.S. Johnston was published on 20th February by MiaRebaRose Press.

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Sweet moon-sugar cane! Sweet moon-sugar cane! Gifted by the Moons As they wax and wane Fill our bowls and fill our souls Sweet moon-sugar cane! Sweet moon-sugar cane! We sprinkle it on fine steak Glistening so sweetly We smear it on our salmon And gobble it up completely We bake it into our sweet treats Don't you want a taste?

So eat it quick Collection: Anequina Archives.Cane is a slim miscellany composed of fifteen poems, six brief prose vignettes, seven stories, and a play—all about black life in the ’s. The book is divided into three parts, the first.Page 12 - Milk«in the following lines: The fig-tree, not that kind renown'd for fruit, But such as at this day to Indians known, In Malabar and Decan spreads her arms ; Branching so broad and long, that in the ground.

The bended twigs take root, and daughters grow About the mother-tree, a pillar'd shade, High over-arch'd, and echoing walks s: 1.