Christopher Barzak is an American author. He has published many short stories, beginning with "A Mad Tea Party" in Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet in 1999. In 2007 he published his debut novel, One for Sorrow, which won the 2008 Crawford Award, was a nominee for the 2008 Great Lakes Book Award as well as Logo TV's NewNowNext Awards, his second novel, The Love We Share Without Knowing, was a 2008 James Tiptree Jr. Award finalist and a 2009 Nebula Awards finalist for Best Novel, his first full-length short story collection and Afterlives, was the recipient of the Shirley Jackson Award for Best Single-Author Collection in 2013. Barzak grew up in Kinsman and went to university in nearby Youngstown, he has worked in both primary and middle schools. His experiences over two years abroad in Japan led him to write his second novel, The Love We Share Without Knowing. Barzak holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Chatham University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he teaches fiction writing at Youngstown State University, in Youngstown, Ohio.
His first novel, One for Sorrow, was made into the feature film Jamie Marks is Dead by the director, Carter Smith, for Verisimilitude Films, starring Liv Tyler, Judy Greer, Cameron Monaghan, Noah Silver, Morgan Saylor. The film debuted at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival in the U. S. Dramatic Competition; the film had a limited release by Gravitas Ventures in the United States on August 29, 2014 and is now available on demand or on DVD. His third novel, Wonders of the Invisible World, was published on September 8, 2015 and won a Stonewall Honor Award from the American Library Association in January, 2016. In October 2017, Barzak was arrested for assaulting his partner, however, in May 2018 the alleged victim confessed in court that he was under the influence at the time and that the charges should be dropped. In an earlier sentencing hearing Barzak plead guilty and agreed to attend counseling. One for Sorrow, New York: Bantam, 2007; the Love We Share Without Knowing, New York: Bantam, 2008. Wonders of the Invisible World, New York: Alfred A. Knopf Books, 2015.
The Gone Away Place, New York: Alfred A Knopf Books, 2018. Birds and Birthdays, Seattle, WA: Aqueduct Press, 2012. Before and Afterlives, Maple Shade, NJ: Lethe Press, 2013. "The Other Angelas", 2004 James Tiptree Jr. Award finalist "The Language of Moths", 2006 Locus Awards and 2007 Nebula Awards finalist for Best Novelette "Map of Seventeen", 2010 Nebula Awards and 2011 Locus Awards finalist for Best Novelette "Smoke City", 2012 Locus Awards finalist for Best Short Story "Invisible Men", 2013 Million Writers Award finalist "Paranormal Romance", 2014 Nebula Awards and Locus Awards finalist for Best Novelette Sherman, Delia. Interfictions 2: an anthology of interstitial fiction. Small Beer Press. Interfictions Online. Interstitial Arts Foundation, 2013 to 2016. Christopher Barzak's Blog Interview at Locus Online Christopher Barzak at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database
Madison Township is one of the twenty-five townships of Licking County, United States. The 2000 census found 3,061 people in the township. Located in the eastern part of the county, it borders the following townships and city: Mary Ann Township - north Perry Township - northeast Hanover Township - east Hopewell Township - southeast corner Franklin Township - south Heath - southwest Newark Township - west Newton Township - northwest cornerTwo cities occupy small portions of Madison Township: Newark, the county seat of Licking County, in the west, it is one of twenty Madison Townships statewide. The township is governed by a three-member board of trustees, who are elected in November of odd-numbered years to a four-year term beginning on the following January 1. Two are elected in the year after the presidential election and one is elected in the year before it. There is an elected township fiscal officer, who serves a four-year term beginning on April 1 of the year after the election, held in November of the year before the presidential election.
Vacancies in the fiscal officership or on the board of trustees are filled by the remaining trustees. County website
The Golden Giant Mine is a closed underground gold mine in the Hemlo mining camp in Canada, located north of Lake Superior, midway between Sault Ste. Marie and Thunder Bay, Ontario near the town of Manitouwadge. Prospectors John Larche, Don McKinnon and Richard Hughes discovered gold in the Hemlo camp in the early 1980s, starting a staking rush not seen in Canada since the Klondike gold rush of the late 19th century. Two companies, Golden Sceptre and Goliath Resources, secured rights to a large land package in the area, were subsequently acquired by Noranda. Noranda built the Golden Giant mine in less than two years. With its first pour in April, 1985, the Golden Giant was the first mine in the camp to ship. Peak production occurred in the early 1990s. During its 21-year life, the mine produced over 6 million ounces of gold. Noranda formed Hemlo Gold Mines. Hemlo merged with U. S.-producer Battle Mountain Gold in 1996. That company, in turn, was acquired by Newmont Mining, which owns the property, in 2001.
On September 22, 2010, Barrick Gold completed the acquisition of the Golden Giant Mine Properties at the Hemlo Camp from Newmont Mining Corp. The grade of the ore is 0.36, in a host rock of quartz sericite schist. The mine produced 446,858 ounces in 1994 with automated ore flow; the mine was designed as a 3000-dmtpd operation. With the Block 5 expansion, the mine shaft reached a depth of more than 5000 feet. Owned by Noranda, shaft sinking and development were started by Canadian Mine Enterprises and when that company went bankrupt during 1983 shaft sinking and raise development, as well as the initial production mining, employing long hole mining methods, were executed by MacIsaac Mining and Tunnelling; the mill was a conventional leach-CIP circuit. The ore was crushed to 3/8" with standard- and short-head cone crushers; the crushed material was fed to one of two grinding circuits. A-circuit was one of the first in the world to include the automated Knelson concentrator. A second unit was added to the B-Circuit around the year 2000.
Concentrate from the Knelsons was upgraded with a shaking table. That unit was replaced with the first Acacia concentrator installed in North America. After grinding, the ore was fed to the leach circuit. Dissolved gold was recovered in the carbon-in-pulp circuit. Once or twice per week the carbon was treated in a 15-tonne pressure Zadra strip process. Gold was recovered from the pregnant solution on stainless steel wool cathodes in the refinery. From 1996 onward, much of the tailings were returned to the mine as pastefill backfill; the mine ceased operation in 2005, closed permanently in 2006. Remnant Sales ended in the second quarter of 2007. Reclamation of the site is underway. Gerrits Drilling & Engineering completed the installation of a number of Interceptor Wells from 2012 - 2014. In October 2008, Richard Hughes, former Noranda executive and founder of the Hemlo deposit and current CEO of Abitibi Mining Corporation, announced that Abitibi Mining is exploring a second bedded gold Hemlo-style deposit in the region.
List of mines in Ontario Geology Of Gold Deposits Of The Hemlo Area Canadian Mining Journal'Hemlo's Golden Years' Official Newmont Site
The 1st Airmobile Division was a formation of the Ukrainian Airmobile Forces from January 1, 1993, until it was disbanded in 2003. The formation was located in Bolhrad; the formation of the 1st Airmobile Division was begun by an order of the Ministry of Defence on 5 May 1993 at Bolhrad from elements of the 98th Guards Airborne Division. Elements of the 217th Guards Airborne Regiment were used to form the 25th Airborne Brigade. Elements of the 299th Guards Airborne Regiment were used to form the 45th Airmobile Brigade. On 5 June 1993, soldiers of the division took an oath of allegiance to Ukraine; the formation of the division was completed on 1 December 1993. Between May and July 2002 the 25th Airborne Brigade moved to the village of Hvardiiske, Novomoskovsk Raion; the division disbanded in 2003 as part of the Ukrainian military reform. The Structure of the division on January 1, 2001: 25th Airborne Brigade – Bolhrad 45th Airmobile Brigade – Bolhrad 27th Mechanized Brigade – Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi 91st Artillery Regiment – Veseliy Kut 5th Separate Anti-Tank Battalion – Bolhrad 615th Separate Anti-Aircraft Battalion – Bolhrad 32nd Separate Signal Battalion – Bolhrad 95th Separate Combat Engineer Battalion – Bolhrad 857th Separate Combat Service Support Battalion – Bolhrad 356th Separate Support Battalion – Bolhrad 160th Separate Maintenance Battalion – Bolhrad Major General Oleh Babich Major General – Shamil Kuliev – Colonel Artur Horbenko
Digital Life Design is a global conference network, organized by the Munich based DLD Media, a company of Burda Digital. DLD acts as a platform for an exchange of future visions and experiences, driven by the mission to create a network of innovation, digital prospects and culture. In 2005, Stephanie Czerny founded DLD as an annual conference scheme, its main purpose is to connect business and social leaders, opinion formers and investors for crossover conversation and inspiration. Since its first gathering, DLD hosted events in New York City, San Francisco, Moscow, New Delhi, Rio de Janeiro, Hong Kong, Tel Aviv and Munich. Moreover, DLD initiated a female themed conference DLDwomen; the DLD Conference is referred to by the Economist as one of Europe's leading conferences on innovation. Chaired by Hubert Burda and Yossi Vardi the DLD conference held in Munich hosts over 800 creative international leaders and thinkers from digital and consumer markets, technology, science, social and culture from around the globe.
The three-day event always takes place in late January before the WEF. At this time, DLD offers live streaming and blogging. Speakers present their ideas in key speeches. Alongside DLD guests, speakers shed light on the developments in our markets and lifestyles through central innovation paradigms. Since 2005 the conference is held in Munich, where the DLD headquarters are located; each year the slogan of the conference accordingly changes to the dominant theme. The conference is an invitation-only event. DLD provides a limited number of free conference tickets for creative scientists and NGOs; the 2014 conference took place in Munich on 19–21 January. Previous conference speakers have included Mark Zuckerberg, Arianna Huffington, Viviane Reding; the first DLDwomen Conference in 2010 launched under the slogan The Female Decade, has become an annual outlet conference held in Munich, Germany. It is focusing on the gender debate. DLDwomen is a platform for discussions, case studies and lectures and brings together a group of over 100 international high-profile speakers and more than 800 opinion-forming participants.
They are both women and men from business, technology, health, education and science. DLD Global is an irregular series of events devoted to expand the network throughout the world. In 2011 these special gatherings took place in China; the summit took place the first time on 1–3 November 2011 as part of the Tel Aviv Festival. It targets to bring together Israel's digital media representatives and internationally renowned industry figures. Since 2006 the prize, inspired by the achievements and life of Aenne Burda, has been awarded at the DLD Conference; the prize aims to inspire women to realize their dreams. DLD is distributed via its own website and video network. DLD Media: "Map Your Future – The DLD10 Book" Munich: DLD Media GmbH DLD Media: "The Female Decade" Munich: DLD Media GmbH DLD Media: "Update Your Reality – The DLD11 Book" Munich: DLD Media GmbH DLD Media: "Innovation and Authenticity" Munich: DLD Media GmbH DLD is covered and attended every year by over 180 international journalists from opinion forming media such as The New York Times, Guardian, Fast Company, Financial Times, FAZ, FOCUS, Spiegel, CNBC, Wall Street Journal, Thomson Reuters, Deutsche Welle, AllThingsD, Huffington Post and TechCrunch.
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