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SIBL Chapter Two

Chapter Two TRACK LIST

1. Dee Adams - Pennsylvania ** Grand Prize Winner

Inspired by Orson Scott Card's novel Songmaster

2. Eileen Laverty - Tread Softly

Inspired by W.B. Yeats poem "He Wishes for the Clothes of Heaven"

3. David Bowie - 1984

Inspired by George Orwell's classic novel 1984

4. Ira Marlowe - The Wish

Inspired by Johann Wolfgang Von Gothe's play Faust

5. Marta Gomez - Paula Ausente

Inspired by Isabel Allende's memoir Paula

6. Deborah Pardes - Bobo's Country

Inspired by Alexandra Fuller's memoir Don't Let's Go to the Dogs Tonight

7. Michelle [Bloom] - Listen, the Silences

Inspired by Thomas Merton's Essays Raids on the Unspeakable

8. Larry Kenneth Potts - The Ballad of Poker Alice

Inspired by Stephen Ambrose's historical novel Nothing Like it in the World

9. Steve Earle - Dixieland

Inspired by Michael Shaara's historical novel The Killer Angels

10. Vicki Randle - Don't Let Me Fall

Inspired by James McBride's memoir The Color of Water

11. Patti Witten - Goin' Back to Moline

Inspired by Robert Clark's novel Mr. White's Confession

12. Tom Waits - A Good Man is Hard to Find

Inspired by Flannery O'Conner's short story A Good Man is Hard to Find

13. Stephanie Riggio - Voice Inside (Song of Siddharta)

Inspired by Hermann Hesse's novel Siddhartha

14. Rosanne Cash - The Summer I read Colette

Inspired by Colette's Collected Stories of Colette

15. Ana Porter - Hunger

Inspired by T.S. Eliot's poem "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock"

16. Gaskit - Peel This Away

Inspired by Elie Wiesel's autobiographical novel Night