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Three Dimensional Boxes & Other Short Stories By Andrew H. Kuharevicz
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This, First West Vine Press Hardcover Book, Vol. One of a Two Vol. series, is an anthology of sorts containing ten years worth of words from an author from the State of Michigan named Andrew H.... More > Kuharevicz, also writer of The Adventures of a Dying Young Man Series. Speaking about the era and overall generation he lives in, as much as based on the experiences in his own life, this book covers a unique and rather large spectrum of literature. From classical lit inspired stories to science fiction, to philosophical and sociological observational pieces, to post academic bewilderment and prose in the vein of the beat generation to journalistic surrealism to poetically induced, the reader will feel familiar (in one way or another) with the many boxes this retrospective paints its stories with. This hardcover book has been a work that's been in production for over three years, and should be an interesting read for those unfamiliar with A.H.K's body of work. Published by West Vine Press. The State of Michigan. 2014.< Less
Non Digital Adventures In American Writing (Summer Travelin' Book Vol. 1 & 2) By Andrew H. Kuharevicz
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Originally sold (2012) as two books that were handmade after ripping pages with spit and burning through three small printers and bound with gorilla glue (limited 225 copies each) this book by... More > writer Andrew H. Kuharevicz is an updated West Vine Press Release that contains both volumes of, 'non digital adventures in American writing, Summer Travelin' Book. It contains notes and stories straight out of a fictitious young dying man's notebook and collected manuscripts. The reader will find pages in-original typeset. There are adventures during the great recession with settings such as Key West, Ann Arbor and Chicago. This book is full of lost causes and grammatical stutters, it's harsh and full of learning, but it paints a picture of history that many Americans have already forgotten ever took place. This is for advanced young adult readers as well as humans that consider themselves adults. It's about writing and the summer and losing friends you never needed in the first place. This is where it sort of started< Less