This book is a collection of short stories, poems, and essays from residents of Noblesville, Indiana. This piece from 2017 is still timeless and would be the perfect collection to get lost in. The 2017 edition has pieces inspired by journeys and transitions. Some of the journeys took place by car, rail or flights. Others took place through encounters. Some transitions involved saying goodbye and others included learning how to say hello difference. Some journeys and transitions were never titled or given dates. We uploaded this book and made it available for purchase because independent ink is a treasure and a good percentage of the proceeds return to Community Education Arts, a 501c3 in Noblesville, Indiana that has made an inclusive space for people to grow through the arts. When you bump into ink from pockets of the world you might not have heard of, it can sometimes feel like bumping into treasure. This collection, which we would regard as a human library from Noblesville, affords you, the reader, the ability to see the world in a perspective you might have otherwise never encountered. We hope you get lost in all the tales or you gift this book to a loved one. Enjoy. Pages: 270. The book is 9' long, 6" wide and an 1" thick.
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