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FAMILY PORTRAITS By richard stanford
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These are portraits of the wanderers in families who have escaped in search of their multiple identities. The photographs of abandoned farmhouses represent the places where their respective demons... More > may still reside.< Less
FAMILY PORTRAITS By richard stanford
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These are portraits of the wanderers in families who have escaped in search of their multiple identities. The photographs of abandoned farmhouses represent the places where their respective demons... More > may still reside.< Less
SEARCHING FOR HENRI By richard stanford
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Searching For Henri is a dramatic fictional rendering of the lost years of Henri Dunant, the founder of the International Red Cross, author of the first Geneva Conventions and the first person to... More > receive the Nobel Peace Prize in 1901. Dunant dedicated his life to establishing the foundations of the Red Cross organization, founded upon the principles of neutrality and humanity for all who served under its flag. His steadfast dedication and the success of the Red Cross, however, lead to Dunant having ignored his business interests and in 1875 he founded himself bankrupt. For the next twenty years of his life, Dunant was poor and destitute – ironic for the founder of the organization dedicated to helping such people – wandering the streets of Paris and sleeping under the bridges spanning the Seine. Searching For Henri is about those 20 lost years and the “discovery” of Dunant by a curious and equally steadfast journalist.< Less
Theatre of Prison By richard stanford
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Using the conventions of biography, memoir, interviews, and screenplays, THEATRE OF PRISON: The Making of a Writer, tells the true story of Peter Madden and his courageous journey from long-term... More > prison inmate to published writer. It is with the idea of making one last break from prison that Madden taught himself to write – about his experience on the treadmill of incarceration and of the demons possessing his fellow prisoners. The portraits Madden created of himself and his compatriots in his stage plays are unique in the annals of prison literature, and went on to captivate theatre and film audiences around the world. In an extensive interview, Madden reveals the innermost secrets his behind motivation to become a writer in the worst, and maybe the best environment possible for the creation of a writer: living hell.< Less

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What May Come What May Come By Robert Grant
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