Published December 1, 2006
by Aegypan .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||120|
As the author of TEA LEAVES, I encourage teachers, parents and children to read this book as an offering of hope in Camus' words "While unable to be saints, but refusing to bow to disaster, strive utmost to be healers." Author, Frederick Lipp, Alna, Maine. Read more/5(3). Reading Tea Leaves is the oldest book on the subject in English. Our guide is an unnamed Highland Seer, who reveals the general principles and practices of tea-leaf reading and provides an alphabetical list of the natural symbols commonly found in a cup and their significance/5(14). Leaves Book & Tea Shop. St. Louis Ave., # Fort Worth, TX. Current Hours as of 03/22/ Monday - Saturday 10am-5pm. Sunday 11am - 3pm. Available to Book Clubs, Writer’s Groups, and Art Groups to reserve after hours. Today, I heard from an old lesbian-feminist colleague and editor Jan Hardy. In the early s, Jan edited and compiled two important anthologies that I was included in: Wanting Women, an Anthology of Erotic Lesbian Poetry and Sister Stranger: Lesbians Loving Across the Lines (both from Sidewalk Revolution Press). Jan picked up a copy of my book Tea Leaves, a memoir of .
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