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Larry Blamire's Blammary of Terms You May Not Know: With Unrelated Illustrations By Larry Blamire
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Writer-director-playwright-artist-actor and known hyphenate Larry Blamire has taken his love of words and realized a new kind of reference book for things that may or may not exist, or if they do... More > exist, just not like this. Maybe. As Larry has said time and time again time, “I just want to change the way people think about the things they don’t think about.” Well now they’re all here, for the idle curio seeker layabout and crossword-hardened professional amateur alike. Over 1300 terms, from aaardvark to zzzz, in one handy book you can pick up with one hand while praising with the other. Don’t blame us if you find yourself fighting to put it down, like a thing that physically grips you, without the aid of any kind of hand that we can see.< Less
Larry Blamire's Blammary 2: More Terms You May Not Know: With Unrelated Illustrations By Larry Blamire
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The followup to the book they said would never be followed up, unless someone actually sits down and follows it up. Over 1300 new terms, from aback to zest, that you can now have on the tip of your... More > luggage, ready to whip out at that important time when you have to seem like you know something. All of these terms are personally guaranteed by the author to actually be things. Don’t get caught with your nose in one place. Know who you’re fooling and why it’s important. Once again, writer-director-artist Larry Blamire delivers on his promise to “change the way people think about the things they don’t think about.” Why fight it? What is it? Pick up this book today at places where books are picked up daily.< Less
Larry Blamire's Blammary 3: Yet More Terms You May Not Know: With Unrelated Illustrations By Larry Blamire
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Here it is, at long last, the not at all awaited because no one knew it was coming followup to the two books that came before it, numbered, quite fittingly, Blammary No. 1 and Blammary No. 2. Here... More > are more of the kinds of terms and definitions that make sense in a world that doesn’t make sense. Pleasing logic careens like a punch-drunk monkey off the walls of the insides of these pages. Isn’t it high time you laughed at the things you’re laughing at? I think it is. From the mind of Larry Blamire, “cousin of absurdity.”< Less
I Didn't Know You Came With Raisins By Larry Blamire
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Larry Blamire, the writer-director-artist behind the cult favorite THE LOST SKELETON OF CADAVRA gets even wackier with a collection of strange captioned drawings that may or may not be cartoons (even... More > he's not sure). Slightly bizarre, slightly twisted, slightly ridiculous, they at the very least will provoke discussion around the water cooler, as well as any other kind of coolers that people gather around.< Less
Jump Camp By Larry Blamire
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Dr. Lorraine Bouddreau tracks a missing psychiatrist to a remote desert ghost town and finds not just a mystery but something more bizarre than she could have imagined. Available in print for the... More > first time, Larry Blamire's critically acclaimed play is part dark comedy, part thriller; an exploration of the mutability of identity and the nature of truth and reality. 4f, 6m, Performance rights and royalty contact info: see book, page iv. "A tapestry of mirth, in which the playwright's colorfully warped language--a blend of surrealistic gibberish and Mad Max primitive futurism--supports the bizarrest woofs of a superbly madcap ensemble." -BOSTON PHOENIX "A potent, sometimes dizzyingly audacious blend of elements from comic strips, nonsense poetry, B movies, television, rock, tabloid headlines, pop sculpture and who knows what other influences... -BOSTON GLOBE< Less
Whyo By Larry Blamire
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Epic sprawling play set amongst the Irish underworld of 19th Century New York, as a young off-the-boat Irishman finds his brother in deep with the brutal and powerful Whyo gang. Love, betrayal,... More > corruption, revenge and violence, colored by a streak of twisted humor in this award-winning piece. "Larry Blamire is a playwright of vision. He is a bold writer who writes in complete worlds. Larry takes a shard of psychological reality and writes it into a complete dramatic world where behavior and action are slaves to that reality only. Though his worlds are unique, in this ability he is not unlike a Sam Shepard or Craig Lucas. He creates a complete place quite apart from our lives, yet devastatingly familiar." "Larry Blamire follows the shapes of his own amazing imagination and the result is a dramatic wealth matched by few other playwrights." --Grey Cattell Johnson, Associate Artistic Director, Gloucester Stage Company< Less
The Chroma Line By Larry Blamire
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A less-than-aspiring young artist tries to beat the system while filling wallpaper orders with the music of Charles Ives in his head in this seriocomic autobiographical snapshot of a South Boston... More > warehouse in the 1970s. The first play commission by Israel Horovitz and Gloucester Stage Company. "Larry Blamire is a playwright of vision. He is a bold writer who writes in complete worlds. Larry takes a shard of psychological reality and writes it into a complete dramatic world where behavior and action are slaves to that reality only. Though his worlds are unique, in this ability he is not unlike a Sam Shepard or Craig Lucas. He creates a complete place quite apart from our lives, yet devastatingly familiar." --Grey Cattell Johnson Associate Artistic Director, Gloucester Stage Company< Less
Tales of the Callamo Mountains By Larry Blamire
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The writer-director behind the cult favorite THE LOST SKELETON OF CADAVRA gets serious with this creepy collection of western horror stories. Atmospheric, suspenseful, grotesque and occasionally... More > amusing, these thirteen trips to the unknown Old West range from pulp mystery-thriller to ghost story to scifi-horror, all set around a mysterious mountain range where folks just seem to have trouble settling.< Less
Doc Armstrong: Suburb at the Edge of Never By Larry Blamire
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What is at the heart of a vast conspiracy that involves very round hedges, something that gobbles, a strange macaroon-headed man, a mysterious parchment and men in horribly striped ties? It’s... More > up to Doc Armstrong, the world’s most renowned meteographer, the man who took down The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra, to get to the bottom of it, along with his loyal 1950s housewife wife Betty, alien friends Kro-Bar and Lattis, and Ranger Brad’s town brother City Brad, formerly Jungle Brad but he’s in the city now. Together they face overwhelming odds as powerful forces seek to change the world we know into the world we don’t know, in this absurdist mash-up of pulp adventure, B-movies and surrealism. Presenting the first of the further adventures of the beloved characters of the cult classic films, The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra and The Lost Skeleton Returns Again, written by their creator, writer-director Larry Blamire, who also played Dr. Paul Armstrong in the movies, but for the book will leave it to just words.< Less
More Tales of the Callamo Mountains By Larry Blamire
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Cowboys and keelboatmen, farmers and trappers, outlaws and braves, soldiers and thieves, con men and newlyweds, all run afoul of the unknown in fourteen tales of western horror in and around a... More > fictional mountain range "Larry Blamire’s stories set in the Callamo Mountains may be short-form, but I find them his most ambitious writing, and also his most primal. They are ominous, unsettling, occasionally poetical and amusing stories, told with real affection for their woebegone characters, that take us back to our fundamental fears of the dark, of the woods, of Nature itself - and the foolishness of anyone who presumes to stake claim to it. If there's a truly American counterpart to the great weird outdoors fiction of Arthur Machen or M.R. James, this might be it.” - Tim Lucas, author of Throat Sprockets< Less

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