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Don T Smell The Floss

Author : Matty Byloos
ISBN : 9781935904830
Genre : Poetry
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Like pop songs that have overdosed on camera cleaning fluid and pills, Matty Byloos's short stories are most definitely NOT traditional ideas on the subjects of love, daydreaming, and the psychological dramas that have become an unavoidable part of the human condition. Byloos, at first glance, appears to share too much; but the information is masked, skewed and filtered through a very weird, perverse universe of characters who play out human dramas underneath layers of oddity. Byloos's characters are confused - they're sad, they're searching - but in those emotional states, they're real, easily identifiable people. Byloos takes the reader behind the scenes of lives we might not normally think about (or even want to think about) but which are no less real despite their clandestine nature.

Bring Down The Chandeliers

Author : Tara Hardy
ISBN : 9781935904311
Genre : Poetry
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Tara Hardy's first book of poems explores the glory, garden and grit of wound while aiming at the bulls-eye of redemption. Translating what the body knows into text, she writes about love, betrayal, sex, war, addiction, regret, and forgiveness. From flat out advice to a trauma survivor, to what roils inside Adam's rib, to sex from the perspective of her hair, these poems strive to come to terms with human flaw and its aftermath. Through personal narrative, her work deepens our understanding of larger cultural splits, among them victim/perpetrator, gay/straight, urban/rural, coastal/middle, poor/privileged, self/other. These poems press us to work shame into joy, rage into art, and regret into possibility.

Workin Mime To Five

Author : Dick Richards
ISBN : 9781935904045
Genre : PERFORMING ARTS
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Acclaimed modern pantomime master, Dick Richards, releases his first full-length collection of the pantomimery moves that made him famous. Once a staple as a featured performer on various cruise ships the now-unemployed Dick Richards releases his most secret and creative pantomime moves in this step-by-step award-winning collection.

Rope

Author : Matty Byloos
ISBN : 0984874461
Genre : Fiction
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Fiction. In this lurid novel-in-stories, The Motorcycle Gang, a mythic and silent anti-hero whose very presence foretells the coming of the end of the world, descends upon the land. Cast against a dystopian backdrop and set in the near-distant future, the country has devolved into two capital cities: Las Vegas and Detroit. When everyone learns of the end of times, society comes unhinged and anarchy rules the day. But The Motorcycle Gang has a secret that no one else knows.

Yesterday Won T Goodbye

Author : Brian Stephen Ellis
ISBN : 9781935904137
Genre : Poetry
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Brian S. Ellis' second book, Yesterday Won't Goodbye, explores the author's wild origins and punk rock Americana in powerful poetic form. Brian Stephen Ellis is borne of Gelfling and gutter punk. Unwashable stain ...His poems speak with an unbridled urgency yet come to you patient, coy, brimming with wisdom-and acutely aware of their own necessity. Read these poems. You've never been so alive." -Jeanann Verlee, "Racing Hummingbirds" ...Ellis expertly shifts between free verse poetry and creative non-fiction, consistently producing work that is captivating and original, all while having one of the most dynamic, affective, and unapologetically raw live performances anywhere. -Jared Paul, "Prayers For Atheist"

The Constant Velocity Of Trains

Author : Lea C. Deschenes
ISBN : 9781935904823
Genre : Poetry
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Author Lea Deschenes' collection of honest, inquisitive poetry takes readers on a tour from the front steps in her native New England to uncharted jungles and beyond the edge of the universe, accompanied by Einstein, Marcus Aurelius and Rumi. Poetically, she balances precise craft with heartfelt meaning. From studies of a culture moving at the speed of light to meditations upon capital-L Love, The Constant Velocity of Trains finds its heart in relativity: the intersecting, interlocking, and often exasperating perspectives that make up reality. Lea Deschenes is flirting with perfection. It's taken much too long for her words to reach a larger audience, an audience that's been searching fruitlessly for what her work has always offered - bold glimpses of what exhilarates, frightens and moves us. -Patricia Smith, "Blood Dazzler" Lea Deschenes throws the well-aimed stone of her poetry through the glass houses of hypocrisy and human coldness... she is at all times intelligent, tender, and wedded to the quest for self-knowledge...There's wisdom at work, and at play, in this book. -Alicia Ostriker, "No Heaven" every poem feels entirely free to find its own voice, its own form. ...this latest volume adds an absolute precision in charting our emotional minefields; a wisdom and a surety of touch that make these poems utterly convincing. -Jack McCarthy, "Good Night"

City Of Insomnia

Author : Victor Infante
ISBN : 9781935904816
Genre : Poetry
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City of Insomnia is a book about being lost and what you find when you're lost. Poetry that explores the landscapes of California, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts, Infante transforms city streets, love, America's fractured politics, and his father's death, unearthing questions about love and loss for which there are no good answers, but near endless emotional terrain to explore.

Sunset At The Temple Of Olives

Author : Paul Suntup
ISBN : 9781935904236
Genre : Poetry
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Paul Suntup, like many great artists of their time, has spent years in near obscurity with respect to his poetry. The publication of Paul's first full length book of poetry will finally establish this man as one of the most original and gifted voices of his generation. The imagery and cadence in Paul's poems is nothing short of miraculous. With very few words he is able to speak to our senses in a way that is at once reminiscent of some of the great poets, and at the same time, delivered in his own fiercely original and inventive voice. This long-awaited first book will please fans who have already discovered his writing, and will also open the doors for new readers to enjoy. This collection of poetry will become one of the more prized and admired works from a modern day poet. The world needs to KNOW what a fantastic writer this guy is. Seriously. One of the great unheralded writers of our time. - Victor D. Infante, "City of Insomnia" There is an abiding innocence throughout Paul's work that is impervious to the cynicism of our times, and that is the best thing of all, for it makes him one of the most gifted and original voices of our generation - Amelie Frank, author

News Clips Ego Trips

Author : Derrick C. Brown
ISBN : 9781935904922
Genre : American essays
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Derrick Brown's long awaited new collection of poetry and prose, Scandalabra, is a book that boils with true grit Americana, sensual power and black oceanic wildness. About.com rated his newest collection 'Scandalabra' as one of the top poetry books of 2009. Written at sea aboard a fishing vessel and in the hills of Tennessee, these poems roar in six unique sections never before seen from this acclaimed writer. I wish I had written Patience. I mean written it down on paper. I've thought it to myself several times in different countries, but now Derrick has re-earned my trust after initially losing it by naming his book with a pun. -Comedian David Cross Brown is leading a revolution to inject poetry, both written and spoken, with the raucous and booze-infused spirit of rock n roll. -Sara Graham, VenusZine

Racing Hummingbirds

Author : Jeanann Verlee
ISBN : 9781935904908
Genre : American poetry
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Acclaimed Musician Richard Swift compiles his americana hodgepodge of recording techniques, interviews with members of Wilco, Stereolab and more along with his photos and illustrations to show life of the modern American troubadour/ Indie recording artist.

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