The BIRCH CLUMP NOVELS "Hawk Dancer"and"Cloudburst" and the
Birch Clump Village Reader Series
Author: Joshua Seidl, SSP
Edited by Charles M. Browne, the North Country Needler, and Illustrated by renown artist: Kathy Johnson
Two Formats: Paperback and E-Book (E-Pub)
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The difference between fiction & reality: Fiction has to make sense. Tom Clancy WHAT IS NEW ON THIS SITE?
November 15: We have a winner: R.J. of Ohio won the November 14th Village E-News contest to receive a free copy of "What Would Bubba Do:
Birch Clump Village Reader 5."
Below: I just learned how to make these cubes. This one here is an experiment.
There are those times of difficulty when I have to pause and ask, "What would Bubba do?"
- - Sgt. T. Douglas, BCV Chronologist
Engage in North Country ventures from folk storyteller, Joshua Seidl,
(known to masterfully weave fact and fantasy.) These are works of hysterical historical and contemporary fiction.
"Stories, well driven, and so realistic. Down to earth great reading." --Sgt. T. Douglas, chronologist
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Metis, Euro-American and Native American interaction in a contemporary historical setting, 1917-2010 in pristine northern Great Lakes woodland
communities. Carried in a whimsical, witty, dramatic, sentimental
Short stories on our favorite villagers continue. Twentynine-year-old Douglas found the father who left
home the day he was born. Nora vies for his favor at the family reunion, while Neil tries to pick a fight with him in 1979.
Douglas reminisces his two year ordeal dodging the high school bully (1965-67). Randy finds out his adoptive father is an illegal
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Confessions of a Chicken
Dean's antics back fire as he strives for his first diver's license. The author tells the true
story of when he ran the US/Canadian border. Things get hairy when Jig and Jason are held at gun point in a case
of mistaken identity by drug mob enforcers who need no witnesses. Romance and dealing with bulluides is in Confession of a
Olive, a six-foot-three girls' high school varsity pole vaulter
falls for 5' 11" Douglas (at age 16) after witnessing his fight at a Church Youth Group picnic. Ethnic, racial and religious biases,
tolerance and acceptance are interwoven in Bubba Junior's investigation of Birch Clump Village history. Bubba is a virtual orphan from a highly
dysfunctional family taken under wing by Sarge.
Pictured right → is Sarge when he was 16, years before he was known as Sarge. This drawing is featured in BCVR 5.
He went by the name Douglas during most of his youth. His fist name would have provoked a lot of teasing, so the initial "T" sufficed.
Readers first learned what "T" stood for in BCVR 4. (Click the picture right).
There is more on Joel ( pictured left ← ), Bubba, Sarge and on other characters from the novels in "What Would Bubba do:
Birch Clump Village Reader 5.