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Songs: I Can't Sing By Benjamin Font
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SONGS: I CAN’T SING is a collection of short works by the author whose writing style has been described as “raw, honest, [and] incantatory in a way that gets [the] blood... More > moving”(Justin Hocking, IPRC, Portland). It includes additional contributions by his brother, BRANDON FONT, along with their collaborative Christmas short, “When A Paisano Gets Paid.” Each piece is inaudibly accompanied by a tiny wooden piano meant for children.< Less
Songs: I Can't Sing By Benjamin Font
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SONGS: I CAN’T SING is a collection of short works by the author whose writing style has been described as “raw, honest, [and] incantatory in a way that gets [the] blood... More > moving”(Justin Hocking, IPRC, Portland). It includes additional contributions by his brother, BRANDON FONT, along with their collaborative Christmas short, “When A Paisano Gets Paid.” Each piece is inaudibly accompanied by a tiny wooden piano meant for children.< Less
The Good Life of a Holy Idiot By Benjamin Font
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THE GOOD LIFE OF A HOLY IDIOT is comprised of two narrative sides: lower and upper. One is an odd-impressionistic look into the heartland of America(Lincoln,Ne); the other is a passive-comic approach... More > to life in Monterey, Ca. some sixty-three years after Steinbeck's 'Cannery Row.' Neither of which, it has been said, should be taken very seriously.This has also been said of the book:"My little brother, [Benjamin], has just written a (or The-) Great American Novel so simple, calm, collected, and soothing in insight that I cannot help but smile about it--and from a godawful jail all!"--Brandon Font, written from Jackson County Jail< Less
The Good Life of a Holy Idiot By Benjamin Font
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THE GOOD LIFE OF A HOLY IDIOT is comprised of two narrative sides: lower and upper. One is an odd-impressionistic look into the heartland of America(Lincoln,Ne); the other is a passive-comic approach... More > to life in Monterey, Ca. some sixty-three years after Steinbeck's 'Cannery Row.' Neither of which, it has been said, should be taken very seriously.This has also been said of the book:"My little brother, [Benjamin], has just written a (or The-) Great American Novel so simple, calm, collected, and soothing in insight that I cannot help but smile about it--and from a godawful jail all!"--Brandon Font, written from Jackson County Jail< Less
At The Bottom of The Orchard: An Illustrated Fable By Benjamin Font
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At the bottom of an apple orchard "between Paris and Sad Francisco, anywhere, in the wide open space of a vast countryside like in a fairytale," there once lived a very peculiar man.... More > Recently he disappeared. A distraught young traveler who stumbles across the abandoned orchard takes particular interest in the strange case after he draws a connection between The Man and something he found previously on his journey. By reading through the extensive records that The Man left behind him, which talk at length about dreams, conversations, poems sent into heaven in the bellies of balloons, and other odd things, the young man hopes to solve at least part of the mystery of, "What does it mean? And why?"< Less
The Dogs Come When You're Gone By Benjamin Font
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Driving along the interstates of western America, alone, an anonymous narrator speaks aloud from "the dark space behind the brain" to a black and white picture of his Little Woman. By way... More > of an electronic device either in the center console of the car, his shirtfront pocket, or in heaven, his sporadic dictation--"ridiculous, strange, scary, and sometimes just plain dumb"--was recorded in real time, and with the help of an angel is now set down in type in THE DOGS COME WHEN YOU'RE GONE.< Less
At The Bottom of The Orchard: An Illustrated Fable By Benjamin Font
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At the bottom of an apple orchard "between Paris and Sad Francisco, anywhere, in the wide open space of a vast countryside like in a fairytale," there once lived a very peculiar man.... More > Recently he disappeared. A distraught young traveler who stumbles across the abandoned orchard takes particular interest in the strange case after he draws a connection between The Man and something he found previously on his journey. By reading through the extensive records that The Man left behind him, which talk at length about dreams, conversations, poems sent into heaven in the bellies of balloons, and other odd things, the young man hopes to solve at least part of the mystery of, "What does it mean? And why?"< Less
The Dogs Come When You're Gone By Benjamin Font
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Driving along the interstates of western America, alone, an anonymous narrator speaks aloud from "the dark space behind the brain" to a black and white picture of his Little Woman. By way... More > of an electronic device either in the center console of the car, his shirtfront pocket, or in heaven, his sporadic dictation--"ridiculous, strange, scary, and sometimes just plain dumb"--was recorded in real time, and with the help of an angel is now set down in type in THE DOGS COME WHEN YOU'RE GONE.< Less
Sex/Absurd By Benjamin Font
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Sex/Absurd is a multimedia play that takes place in the imagination. There are three acts within its text: the first is to be imagined as a play; the second is to be imagined as a movie being viewed... More > in a giant auditorium—the same auditorium in which you have just viewed the play. The third is to be imagined as a living experience in the auditorium itself.< Less
Sex/Absurd By Benjamin Font
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Sex/Absurd is a multimedia play that takes place in the imagination. There are three acts within its text: the first is to be imagined as a play; the second is to be imagined as a movie being viewed... More > in a giant auditorium—the same auditorium in which you have just viewed the play. The third is to be imagined as a living experience in the auditorium itself.< Less