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Once upon a time, Greek and Latin were prerequisites for the study of medicine. But this is hardly necessary because the A,B,Cs of medical terminology are disarmingly simple as LINGUA MEDICA demonstrates.

Contact Arts End for special pre-publication offers on this great little book. An ideal resource for students in the health professions, dictionary aficionados and everyone else.

OBSIDIAN, An Epic Tale of Provincetown
By R.D. Skillings

ISBN 0-933292-24-4 $10


—Notre Dame Review

OBDISIAN is also available directly through:

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W. Dover, VT 05356
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James T. Farrell

Arts End Books is the publishing imprint of Marshall Brooks. For over 25 years, Arts End has published high-quality books of lasting literary merit by a wide range of writers and poets. Interested readers can learn more about Arts End titles, past, present and future, by sending us an e-mail or writing: Arts End Books, POB 441, W. Dover, VT 05356 USA.

Arts End also maintains The Smith backlist of over 50 titles by this important independent press founded in 1964. Contact us for further information as to available titles.

Do not miss out on MENKE, THE COMPLETE POEMS OF MENKE KATZ, The Smith's grand publishing finale. Available for $35 directly through Arts End. (The book, of course, can be also ordered through, but you will help the publishing cause more if you order directly through us.) MENKE is a publishing triumph. Replete with introduction by Dovid Katz, maps, photos, a preface by publisher Harry Smith, and 900+ pages long, this book is an absolute must have for all of Menke's friends and readers.

Selected Works

Literary essays, memoir, history, bibliography.
Literary History
History of the Bookshelf Told Through the Author's Own Pen-and-Ink Drawings and Commentary
Life Choices
(co-edited with Stephanie Greene) Ancient and Modern Tales and Poems on Choices People Make Along the Road of Life
Book About Books Anthology
Classic and Contemporary Confessions on Living with Books Intensively
Artist's Book
Imaginary Tour of American Painter Albert Pinkham Ryder's Infamous NYC Studio Digs
Poems About Snow Written In Collaboration With Harry Smith