Books and Magazines

By: Steven Raichlen

Celebrating all the ways to grill green, this mouthwatering, ground breaking cookbook from America’s master griller” (Esquire) shows how to bring live fire or wood smoke to every imaginable vegetable. How to fire-blister tomatoes, cedar-plank eggplant, hay-smoke lettuce, spit-roast brussels sprouts on the stalk, grill corn five ways—even cook whole onions caveman-style in the embers. And how to put it

2024 St Louis Writers Guild Members Anthology

By: Anthology

A showcase of SLWG Members! Thirty-two short stories, poems, essays, flash-fiction, and more in an anthology written and published by St. Louis Writers Guild Members. If you enjoy the pieces in the book, please consider reading more of their work. Members included in the anthology Terry Allen, Fedora Amis, Bill Brizzard, Kathy L. Brown, Evelyn Buretta, Pierre Casey, Brad R. Cook, Gerald L

Chicken Soup For The Soul: Think Positive

By: Chicken Soup For The Soul Series

You’ll be inspired by these 101 true stories about how positive thinking can change your life! Everyone needs a little attitude adjustment once in a while, and these amazing true life stories reveal how real people used positive thinking to improve their lives and overcome challenges. You’ll read stories about how you can: make every day a special day incorporate gratitude and joy

Love Letters to St. Louis: An Anthology by the St. Louis Writers Guild

By: St. Louis Writers Guild

Love Letters to St. Louis: An Anthology by St. Louis Writers Guild Dear Reader, St. Louis is a city rich with history, art, and wonderful landmarks. A source of inspiration, and a haven for writers. To celebrate our 100th Anniversary, St. Louis Writers Guild members penned love letters to the city that shaped our writing. You have friends here! Seventeen letters, short stories,

100th Anniversary of the St. Louis Writers Guild: Celebrating a Century of Writers

By: St. Louis Writers Guild

A showcase of current St. Louis Writers Guild Members featuring short stories, poems, essays, and flash fiction in honor of the Guild's 100th Anniversary. Founded in 1920, members come from all aspects of the writing world, from novelists, to freelance writers, memoirists, poets, and more. St. Louis Writers Guild celebrates the diverse literary community of this city. This anthology features

Rollin On The River: The Story of the Admiral in St. Louis

By: Joe Holleman

For forty years, the art-deco steamboat "The Admiral" was a familiar sight on the St. Louis Riverfront. Photos from the archives of the Post-Dispatch, along with reader-submitted stories and pictures make up this nostalgic look back at the boat that once cruised the Mississippi and sailed into the hearts of many.

Spirits of St. Louis: Missouri Ghost Stories

By: Rocking Horse Publishing

Lonely Hitchhikers. Dirt Roads. Tired Soldiers. Strange Children. Mysterious Ladies. Dark Houses. What do they have in common? They all haunt the pages of this book. From the Lemp Mansion to The Exorcist, from the 1904 World's Fair to Jefferson Barracks, the history of St. Louis, Missouri and its surrounding river towns is filled with stories of haunts and the

The Grapevine Magazine

By: Bricker Publishing

The Grapevine Magazine’s mission is to bring together Buyers and Suppliers in the viniculture industry. We aim to connect all geographical markets to strengthen and advance the viniculture industry. Our readership consists of professionals involved in both Winery and Vineyard businesses. We have industry leaders from around the country who have joined The Grapevine Magazine as contributing writers. Their expertise provides