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    A Deadly Fog: Pith and Conflict

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    A Deadly Fog portrays war in its various manifestations, historically and as we witness war around the world, today such as in Iraq. Through stories, essays, poems and importantly art, it draws the reader through the voice of the poet and the eye of the artist in a relentless expression of how war brings whole societies to their knees, killing, maiming and displacing thousands of people, both civilian and combatant. Based partly on firsthand experience and oft-heard narratives, the Carvalko has endeavored to describe human emotion at the deepest levels of loss and longing. The work has been th..

    A Road Once Traveled

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    A hard but intimate look into the life of one man and his travels across an epoch of experience, place and time. It speaks to the universal experience of wanting to discover an inner-self. In a deeply personal introspection, Carvalko concludes that life forms around a heritage having outlooks, strengths and weaknesses that antedate birth. Once born we immediately begin to modify the heritage passed down creating lifelong attitudes through which we assess right, wrong, the good and the bad. We come to learn about what makes us happy, sad, frightened and motivated and this too has a lasting affe..

    Korean War murder mystery & legal drama subject of Joseph Carvalko’s “We Were Beautiful Once”

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    Sunbury Press has released Joseph Carvalko's novel "We Were Beautiful Once"; a murder mystery and legal drama set during the Korean War Mechanicsburg, PA - Sunbury Press has released Joseph Carvalko's novel "We Were Beautiful Once"; a murder mystery and legal drama set during the Korean War ABOUT THE BOOK: "We Were Beautiful Once" is a psychologically complex courtroom novel that builds an intriguing web of events, creating a sustained sense of anticipation from chapter to chapter in the mold of John Grisham’s The Pelican Brief, where trial lawyer Nick Castalano tries to uncover the fate of Ro..

    Poems of the Road Contest Winners

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    So, without further ado, here are the Esurance Poems of the Road winners. Congratulations to you all! First place My Favorite Roads, Khristian Kay My Favorite Roads are ashen a chalky white of patched and cracked arthritic asphalt aged and bleached there is no centerline no paint no makeup just raw flesh under a midday sun no defined lines limiting access but rather following the collective observable rules of good conduct and neighborly jurisprudence specifically for the polite travelers the vagabonds trespassing moments these are not the shiny black roads the glistening star lights on a sabl..

    The Techno-Human Shell

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    The Techno-Human Shell-A Jump in the Evolutionary Gap, discusses smart prosthetics and medical devices for therapeutics, particularly the implications of the proliferation of in-the-body technologies to augment and enhance physical performance, intelligence, extending lifetimes and controlling technology outside the body via digital I/O and thought. It looks at the history of a number of therapeutic devices, such as the modern pacemaker, as well as the current state-of-the-art and conjectures as to where science and technology is headed. For example, medical and prosthetic technology now verge..

    We Were Beautiful Once

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    Nick Castalano, a small town lawyer ventures into a web of betrayal, murder and corruption in this legal-suspense thriller to solve the mysterious disappearance of a POW during the Korean War. Using the courtroom juxtaposed to the battlefield, Carvalko methodically takes us through how a soldier MIA behind enemy lines has a profound effect on the lives of those left behind. Out of two rooms over Zorba’'s Luncheonette, Nick runs what the local white-shoe firms call a one-lung law practice. On behalf of the family searching for their brother, Nick sues the U.S. Army to uncover the truth behind P..

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