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charles-murphy's picture
Jan.24.2014
Zoographico Press has hired Dani Melin (Danimelindesign.com) to come up with some cover ideas for Bardo Zsa Zsa. We're thinking of running a contest--what do people think of that? At the risk of prejudicing people, I'm going to give my comments up front because my webmaster is bugging me to blog!...
charles-murphy's picture
Dec.31.2013
What I am going to tell you is a fantastic story, almost too hard to believe. But I swear to you that it is true! I have included as a kind of proof some of my drawings and paintings about my experience. Now, I grant you that these may not appear much “different” from pictures made by others of...
david-henry-sterry's picture
Sep.24.2013
Mort Morte: Reminds me of Lolita, Catcher in the Rye, Full Metal Jacket, Alice in Wonderland   This review just in for my short novel: Mort Morte “Suspenseful, curious, moving, strange, modern, touching, angry, bitter, funny, sarcastic, absurd, pensive, violent, resentful, releasing, brave,...
david-henry-sterry's picture
Jul.25.2013
This review just in for my short novel: Mort Morte"Suspenseful, curious, moving, strange, modern, touching, angry, bitter, funny, sarcastic, absurd, pensive, violent, resentful, releasing, brave, exciting, dreamy, dangerous, experimental, honest, iceberg shard coming of age story. ...
david-henry-sterry's picture
Jul.14.2013
Here’s a new review for David Henry Sterry’s Mort Morte. To buy the book click HERE  
manny-pacheco's picture
Mar.10.2013
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dale-estey's picture
Jan.20.2013
Maybe Vonnegut's tongue was wedged into his cheek - maybe not. But who can not 'Oo' & 'Aw" at his description of Kafka. I did. "Oooooooo. "Ahhhhhhh."   So it goes.   It’s a pessimistic story.     * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Kurt Vonnegut at the Blackboard   I want...
christopher-meeks's picture
Jan.02.2013
I read part of it all the way through. —Samuel Goldwyn (1882–1974), U.S. film producer To write, you have to read. Most of us forget that. When my son was very young, I’d wake up at 5 a.m. and spend the first two hours of the day writing, then I would go off to the California Institute of the Arts...
katherine-holmes's picture
Dec.09.2012
First editions are first tries, both for the author and the publisher.  Their worth in the used and rare book field is often something to wonder about when you consider that the first edition of Gone with the Wind looks like the umpteenth printing.  Fine bindings and good condition can’t...
bob-mustin's picture
Dec.05.2012
Years ago, if you were like the rest of us, you were a little bit wacky and a little bit cynical, and that led us to Kurt Vonnegut's books. He wrote as if he were a good-hearted anarchist, and he wrote plenty, and so we had a lot to read. Now his books - and books about him - are experiencing a...