4 edition of Sub rosa found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Braden, Thomas, 1918-,|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||[vii], 237 p.|
|Number of Pages||237|
Do clams bite?
Eglinton planning district appraisal.
A short history of the Egyptian people
Detours Washington, D.C.
One world...or none.
Managing public use of parks, open spaces and thecountryside
Currier & Ives Christmas in Co
The universe of Silver Birch.
Canadian folk-life and folk-lore
U.S. and U.S.S.R. military aircraft and missile aerodynamics (1970-1980)
Vancouver writer Amber Dawns Sub Rosa, published in by the radical and remarkable publishing house Arsenal Pulp Press, is a fantasy novel that is both familiar and fantastic. It deals with (what should be) a recognized reality in its depiction of gutsy, gritty, strong women doing sex /5. "Amber Dawn's Sub Rosa is a masterpiece of imagination.
It's haunting, chilling at points and then just so sweet. Her writing is stealthy and seductive, wise and witty and clever. Lock Mary Gaitskill in a closet with Francesca Lia Block and they might emerge with a map to Sub Rosa: a/5(11).
The Sub-Rosa books are written as fiction, but reveal much of what has and is happening at deep state levels of government, military, and within universities. Some things I think are questionable, but a lot is not, and the books are must reading for those who want a deeper view of what has happened to our country, particularly since the Kennedy Assassination.5/5(3).
According to a number of sources, "Sub Rosa" is one of Robert Aickman's best works. The book contains some of Aickman's longer stories. Of the eight stories in the book I'll just talk about a few of them to give a taste of it. Seven of the eight stories in the book concern travel or going elsewhere/5.
The Sub Rosa Index: Prediction system with up to 8 outs. Numerous presentation possibilities. Numerous presentation possibilities. Plus, a headline prediction, a Cups and Balls technique, a key bending effect, a card revelation, a finale for the Linking Pins, a spirit writing and a.
Roma Sub Rosa is a series of historical mysteries by American novelist Steven Saylor. The main character is a fictional detective named Gordianus the Finder, but over the course of the series, he interacts with several historical Roman figures like Julius Caesar. The Roma sub Rosa series is one of the notable works by this author that has garnered the favor of many readers across the world.
It is no surprise that the author has gained many awards including the writer’s league of violet in.