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Oedipus Wrecked
Oedipus Wrecked
by Kevin Keck
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Read Kevin Sampsell's interview with Kevin Keck on our blog!... (read more)

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Sex, Blood and Rock 'n' Roll:
Sex, Blood and Rock 'n' Roll:
by Kimberly Warner-Cohen
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Cassie Chambers, refugee fromMiddle America to New York's East Village, is a typical young woman, until she decides to become a professional dominatrix. When she is attacked by one of her customers and suffers a miscarriage, she decides to exact revenge... (read more)

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Anatomy of the Heart: Love Poems
Anatomy of the Heart: Love Poems
by Heather Strang
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Anatomy of the Heart features more than 45 poems chronicling one woman's journey with love. Walk with her through the beginning stages of love, sink into the depths of the experience, reminisce over lost love and join in the heartache of desiring a... (read more)

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Mind Games
Mind Games
by David Gianatasio
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David Gianatasio's provocative, hilarious stories will appeal to your inner heretic. The ordinary world is pulled apart in Mind Games and Gianatasio delights in putting the pieces back together with Dali-esque flair.... (read more)

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Please Take Me off the Guest List
Please Take Me off the Guest List
by Nick Zinner and Zachary Lipez and Stacy Wakefield
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"For those who've never had the opportunity to party like a rock star and felt like they were missing out, Please Take Me Off the Guest List' may very well smooth over those regrets." --The New York Times T Magazine, Men's Fashion issue "It's a gorgeous... (read more)

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Big American Trip
Big American Trip
by Christian Peet
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Poetry. Assuming the form of postcards authored by an "alien" of unknown nationality, ethnicity, and gender, addressing a variety of people and organizations (political figures, multinational corporations, people in public toilets, et al), BIG AMERICAN... (read more)

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Arcadia
Arcadia
by Mandana Towhidy
Synopsis
Populated by rockers, Deadheads, misfits, skinheads, Goths, surfers, preppies, cheerleaders, and jocks, Arcadia by Mandana Towhidy is a Fast Times at Ridgemont High for the Metal years. It's an honest story of Ronnie and her friends (Ezze, Tess, Ash, and... (read more)

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Without Rain There Can Be No Rainbows
Without Rain There Can Be No Rainbows
by Ryan Chin
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New Zealand is home to wave-filled coastlines, meandering trout streams, and the intense Maori culture. For Ryan, an elementary school teacher, it's also a world where animals are loved and lost and a brother is gone but never forgotten. For years Ryan... (read more)

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Shadowplay
Shadowplay
by Norman Lock
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Fiction. In Java, a master of the shadow-puppet theater seeks to possess--by his art--a woman, who perishes as though by the contagion of his unnatural desire. SHADOWPLAY is a meditation on story-telling as an act of seizure, a parable of obsession and... (read more)

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Peter an Ahistorical Romance
Peter an Ahistorical Romance
by Jeffrey Deshell
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Fiction. PETER: AN (A)HISTORICAL ROMANCE, a controversial new novel by one of our most important, innovative, and uncompromising authors re-envisions Herman Melville's Pierre in 1999 Los Angeles. An orphaned child of privilege, Peter enjoys a snug... (read more)

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Double Header Tiny Ron an Acquired Taste
Double Header Tiny Ron an Acquired Taste
by Suzanne Burns
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Suzanne Burns is obsessed with misfits. An Acquired Taste is a love story about a widowed street magician and a glass-eating divorcee. But Burns never treats her characters as one-dimensional freaks. She offers us a look past their exteriors, into their... (read more)

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Malilenas
Malilenas
by Garrett Kalleberg
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Poetry. "Numbers slide promiscuously around in these poems, emboldening the fundamental ways in which we have relations with counting (accounting for): bodies, monies, words, selves. Kalleberg's work embodies a science of many, and the indivisible hangs... (read more)

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A Time Before Slaughter
A Time Before Slaughter
by Paul E Nelson
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In this epic poem, Nelson reenacts the history of Auburn, Washington, originally known as the town of Slaughter. He explores the history of this Northwestern place from the myths of Native people to the xenophobia toward Japanese-Americans.... (read more)

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Make a Zine!: When Words and Graphics Collide
Make a Zine!: When Words and Graphics Collide
by Bill Brent
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In Microcosms DIY guide to zine-making, editors Bill Brent, Joe Biel, and a cast of contributors take you from the dreaming and scheming stages onto printing, publication and beyond! Covering all the bases for beginners, Make a Zine! hits on more... (read more)

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Baby Geisha
Baby Geisha
by Trinie Dalton
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"Half ingenuous and half wily, winningly hard to pin down. The result is a kind of everyday fantastic. Dalton nails the Walserian trick of evincing a sincerity nearly indistinguishable from irony. The effect is a poised instability, more uncanny than... (read more)

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Rotten Little Animals
Rotten Little Animals
by Kevin Shamel
Publisher Comments
Like a bionic Ralph Bakshi reborn from snorting Orwell's ashes, Kevin Shamel drags cherished childhood fantasies into the gutter of adulthood, and makes you pay dearly to swallow them all over again. Intelligence is a universal disease, but never fear...... (read more)

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Portrait of the Poet As an Engineer
Portrait of the Poet As an Engineer
by Maged Zaher
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Poetry. "When I read Maged Zaher's poetry I am always intrigued by the questions he asks and amazed by the unexpected layers and turns. Practically every line leads elsewhere. Saints, sex, pop culture, dreams, romance, information technology, religion... (read more)

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Escape from Combray
Escape from Combray
by Rick Snyder
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Poetry. ESCAPE FROM COMBRAY presents an intimate cycle of poems exploring the growing sense of urban ennui and dislocation affecting a generation of Americans. Snyder's poems evokes a psychogeographic landscape where quotidian symbols of the working... (read more)

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The Deadheart Shelters
The Deadheart Shelters
by Forrest Armstrong
Synopsis
Never fall in love, and never try to escape. Born into a life of brutal slavery, Peter spends his days driven into the wild by vicious dog-masters, forced to pick delicate swamp berries from the skeletons of dead reptiles. His nights offer only the brief... (read more)

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Iowa
Iowa
by Travis Nichols
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Poetry. In IOWA, Travis Nichols turns the bleak cultural void of Midwestern adolescence into a sequence of stunning prose vignettes. Here, a coming-of-age consciousness articulates the knotty uncertainties of personal, social and familial anxieties in... (read more)

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