Coming in 2019-2020:
DEVOURED, the epic novel of a Bangladeshi crime lord by the late Mrinal Kaushik.
AT THE END OF THE SEARCH by Rosario Melgar, a first hand account of abduction during the Salvadoran Civil War.
OUR LATEST RELEASES:
THE BOOK OF JAKE
BY STEVE LERNER
THE BALTIMORE KID BY TOM DIVENTI
Current Titles - ALL AVAILABLE NOW FROM ONLINE RETAIL SOURCES SUCH AS AMAZON, BARNES AND NOBLE AND NOOK.
After Jake’s wife, Tess, kicks him out of the house, he’s forced to face his selfish hedonistic ways. To win her back, Jake turns to the Book of Proverbs and begins steering a course toward righteousness, maturity and redemption.
Then Roger calls.
It’ll take a lot more than ancient allegory to get Jake through the ensuing odyssey of brutal murder, betrayal and extortion with sadistic drug dealers, vicious Rottweilers, and a lot of generally annoying people to keep him company.
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The speculative mind buggery of J. Jupes, second in his Civil Service Trilogy, illustrated by Coates Walker, the premier collagist of institutionalization and intrigue. Mobi file can be downloaded. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tom DiVenti’s original Splice Today essays describing growing up on the real side of Baltimore, surviving the sixties and taking stock of the present age.
Available on Amazon.
Thirty poems in an illustrated collection by the American poet D. B. Tompsett, an exquisite gift of grounded free verse with its ear to the ground on the Idaho plain. Tompsett's verse cuts to the chase, is at once surreal and conversational, serving us a plate of the sublime at a roadside diner.
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Hidden in the Mountains of East Tennessee, eleven-year-old Rodney goes about the business of being a boy during the summer of 1970. In the playground of his grandmother’s overgrown garden, he bears silent witness to the relentless cruelty of a teenage psychopath.
Rodney’s narrative of his family, flung between terror and innocence, is set in a small community carved from legacies of poverty, coal mining and religion
Book One of Orphan Paper’s Detectives That Don’t Fit Series by the irascible and reclusive J. Jupes. All Detective Eckerly wanted to do was place a bet on a horse . . . .
J. Jupes and collage artist Coates Walker compile a dystopian vision of the struggle for identity and love in a ghostly world where traffic patterns are manually controlled by the Intersection Operators and job security has become a ruthless enterprise.
It's 1982. Rodney Pepper, a socially inept college drop-out, is thoroughly dissatisfied that his knowledge of life has been derived from television and misinterpretations of 20th-century literature. Fixated on the belief that suffering will lead to Wisdom, he decides that New Orleans is the perfect destination to immerse himself in despair and abject misery. Barely off the bus, Rodney is accosted by a man claiming to be his long-lost Uncle who thrusts upon him an unexpected and unwelcome pirate legacy. As he looks for work and moves between dilapidated downtown rooming houses, he is preyed upon by underworld agents and bears witness to archaic tortures. Mayhem and skullduggery, both imagined and real, follow him at every turn. Can he decipher a dead man's code and locate what lies hidden before he himself is buried?
ORPHAN PAPER is searching for writers that keep their spare cigarette behind one ear and used gum under the seat. Not a requirement but desirable.
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