Newton Falls writerfeatured in magazine
The work of Jeanne Bryner of Newton Falls has been published in the current issue of Kaleidoscope: Exploring the Experience of Disability through Literature and the Fine Arts. Her fiction piece, "Careful, Careful" and poem, "The Emperor's Blind Daughtere," appear in the magazine and were selected from among more than 200 submissions.
Noah Webster made dictionaries popular in the early 1800s using the format of nearly every dictionary before or since: alphabetized entries of words, followed by words defining them. Now "The Firefly Visual Dictionary," by Jean-Claude Corbeil and Arianne Archambault being published September 2002 provides a new way of organizing words and defining them through more than 6,000 color diagrams and illustrations.
"The Firefly Visual Dictionary" removes roadblocks by organizing by subject and specific objects. Seventeen sections related to life and objects include:
Uanimals, human beings, house, food & amp; kitchen, clothing and personal adornment
Uscience, energy, earth, astronomy, society, arts and literature
Ucommunications and office, sports and games, transportqion, gardening and vegetables.
The book is an 8.5 x 11" size and costs $49.95.