A Synthesis of Genre and Style

B.G. Reynolds is the Founder, Managing Editor, and a contributor at Falchion Publications. He has written and explored a variety of topics ranging from Russian Symbolism to the future role of artificial intelligence in society and art. These days he enjoys the good life, taking frequent trips to the Black sea for inspiration and rejuvenation. He is writing a novel and lives in Dallas with his wife and daughter.

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New Smyrna Adventure Level: Moderate, New Smyrna is a sleepy little surf town with a lot of history and charm. If you’re in need of a low-key, out of the way spot with a beach, you can’t go wrong with New Smyrna. It is one of the best kept secrets on the Florida east coast. And if you surf, or are looking to learn, NSB (as the locals call it) is a great place to set up base. A collection of surf and clothing shops, hip eateries with organic and local ingredients, and local excursions will keep you busy (but not too busy) and will allow you to while away the afternoon. No doubt you’ll

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Coming of Age Under Martial Law (named 2016 Outstanding Academic Title by CHOICE) is а fascinating, in-depth examination of some 30 Polish novels written by the ‘89ers, a generation of writers whose coming of age coincided with the fall of Communism in Poland, and who had to quickly adapt to capitalism and western style democracy.

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