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erin-keane's picture
Jun.30.2009
With poems that are "as entertaining as they are compelling" (Greg Pape) The Gravity Soundtrack will please both veteran readers of poetry and those who've never before picked up a book of poems. In this debut collection Erin Keane explores subjects ranging from classic myth, philosophy...
harrison-solow's picture
May.28.2009
"Bendithion",  the essay, is a liminal tale about a reclusive, stunningly talented and almost magical tenor, the Postmaster of a little town in Wales and the strange, chaste, romantic-friendship we shared. This essay is actually part of an epistolary novel I am currently writing also...
louise-marley's picture
Apr.27.2009
A musical prodigy of the 21st century encounters the phantom of her counterpart of the 18th century when she plays the glass harmonica, invention of Benjamin Franklin. You can hear a fine example of the mystical sound of glass music here:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKRj-T4l-e8    Go to http://...
deborah-grabien's picture
Mar.18.2009
While My Guitar Gently Weeps opens with Blacklight guitarist JP Kinkaid at home in San Francisco, and engaged to his long-time lover, Bree Godwin. Blacklight's tour has been rough on JP; a heart attack in Boston and a significant ramp-up of his multiple sclerosis have left him more physically...
aberjhani's picture
Mar.09.2009
Christmas When Music Almost Killed the World combines popular music culture, science fiction fantasy, and horror to create a uniquely engaging metaphysical epic. The story takes us inside the world of Danny Blue, a young man struggling to make peace with the death of his girlfriend, a gifted artist...
tess-callahan's picture
Jan.22.2009
A devastating tragedy serves to reunite two friends from childhood in this emotionally compelling and sexually charged first novel from an exciting new voice in fiction.
hank-edson's picture
Jan.20.2009
This volume contains 57 poems traversing a wide range of form and subject.  Sometimes formal, sometimes experimental, sometimes funny, sometimes heartbreaking, these poems explore love, politics and our connection to nature and to each other at many levels.  Each poem is accessible and precise in...
arthur-m-phillips's picture
Jan.06.2009
Julian Donahue is in love with his iPod. Each song that shuffles through "this greatest of all human inventions" triggers a memory—there are songs for the girls from when he was single; there’s the one for the day he met his wife-to-be, and another for the day his son was born. But when...
bozena-intrator's picture
Dec.03.2008
POEMS WRITTEN FOR KLAUS MARIA BRANDAUER A BOOK WITH A CD IN GERMAN AND POLISH THE GERMAN VERSION READ BY BOZENA INTRATOR THE POLISH VERSION READ BY MARIA SEWERYN MUSIC COMPOSED AND PERFORMED BY CHRIS RAFAEL 
bozena-intrator's picture
Dec.03.2008
a CD with the film soundtrack to the film SWIATECZNA PRZYGODA (A VERY CHRISTMAS STORY) including all the songs from the film.