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Mar.25.2008
An explicit love story of strangers in a strange land, dancing an even stranger dance.
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Mar.25.2008
A sinister tale of transformation set in the opium dens of Limehouse, during the Victorian Era.
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Jan.11.2008
(30) Hylozoic, SF novel, work in progress. (29) Postsingular, SF novel, Tor Books, October, 2007. (28) Mad Professor, collected SF stories, Thunder’s Mouth Press, January 2007. (27) Mathematicians in Love, SF novel, Tor Books, November 2006. (26) The Lifebox, the Seashell, and the Soul, nonfiction...
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Jan.04.2008
Celebrated novelist, poet, and MacArthur fellow Ishmael Reed pushes the boundaries once again in the publication of From Totems to Hip-Hop—a truly all-inclusive multicultural anthology—a literary event which will finally even the playing field. This important collection synthesizes and presents...
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Dec.20.2007
As author Barry Gifford was writing these pieces, he gradually came to realize that what he was creating was a geographical fiction, or a geography of fictions. As Barry explains, “Everybody has a story, no matter where they are in the world, and I conceived the device of The Ropedancer when I was...
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Dec.20.2007
Barry Gifford’s diverse interests, varied influences, wide travels, and multitudinous acquaintances have fueled his prolific writing career. In a series of anecdotal reflections, Gifford relates many of the key experiences that shaped him as a writer: a nine-part dossier on the 1961 Marlon Brando...
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Dec.19.2007
The biography of Black Panther Party co-founder Huey P. Newton, and co-written with Panther luminary David Hilliard.
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Dec.17.2007
Written with David Hilliard.
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Dec.11.2007
First poetry collection in nearly twenty years. In language that is pointed, innovative and profoundly optimistic, Reed weaves politics and war with Nigerian poetry and jazz all in the service of his continual redefinition of American culture.