Shock Waves: Letters From The Edge is Joseph V. Danoski's first collection of poems, under his pen name, Jonathan Konrad. The poems reveal 'the strange and inverted world' of Danoski, 'poet of the nuclear age'. The first poem, and one of finest in this co
<> is the fifth novel in the series of the boisterously merry Zapinette stories by Albert Russo that illustrates the symbolic diversity of South Africa's cultural, ethnic and racial groups through the eyes of an extremely precocious young girl: Esmeralda
This amazing book, The Awakened One Poetics, by Joseph S. Spence Sr., is such a wonderful book to read. It captures inspirational thoughts and enlightens the spirit within the soul. You will experience its beauty, love, peace, harmony and tranquillity
All of us yearn for instances of ecstasy, what editor Lynn Strongin calls “luminous moments” In a tangled and often difficult world, we hope not merely for respite, but for experience that lifts us beyond frustration and fear and rage.
Review of three black-white art photography books by TheaterOfCrueltyNOH: including "Blades" (1998), "Sexus" (2000) and "Opus Transformations" (2006), published by "Magnitogorsk Press", Russia . All three books are quality special editions. The primary fo