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A Fishermans Guide to Bottomdwellers By Michele Dutcher
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Skeptical, trash-talking Katrina believes she has everything under control in her hard-drinking dive bar world. She and her “Lost Boys” are running open-throttle against middle-age,... More > until two strangers happen into the bar during Derby Week. One man will lead the pack on wild adventures. The other, quieter man will challenge Katrina to take a hard look at her path – and break through her stonewall defenses. Judged by readers to be reminiscent of Charles Bukowski’s work, this story includes: drunken marine sergeants on leave; haunted carriage houses; Woodstock with a twang; Kentucky Derby drinking binges; full-contact underage Kareoke; and 72 hour road trip to Mardi Gras and back; gay bar disco strip shows; and busty Halloween brawls. The last half of the novel is set against the events of 911 and the unexpected death of a bartender. All of these events forces Katrina to redefine her thoughts on true love.< Less
Down In It By assorted writers
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The 6" x 9" perfect bound ISBN# book "Down In It" was originally released as the 5.5" x 8.5" perfect bound March 2011 issue (v092) of "Down in the Dirt"... More > magazine, published by Scars Publications. Writers and artists included in this issue are Fritz Hamilton, John Ragusa, Frank De Canio, Mike Berger, Ph.D., Bela Feketekuty, Robert James Russell, Ronald Brunsky, Mel Waldman, Norm Hendricks, Bogdan Tiganov, Ben Macnair, Jennifer Geist, Andy Heath, Heather Burke, John Sheirer, Edward Wells II, T.G. Schoenberg, Tanuj Solanki, Emma Eden Ramos, K.R. Helms, Paul Galarraga, Chris Dietzel, and Charlie Wirth. The cover art (photographed by editor Janet Kuypers) is of Bourbon Street in New Orleans, photographed Halloween weekend 2010 and used in this March 2011 release because Mardi Gras is usually in March of a given calendar year.< Less
Passing The American Charivari By SID NASR
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25-year old Ivy League transplant, Tal, ventured West wide-eyed and earnest in his desire to write. Instead, he found a real job, lost the real job, and is now adrift on floes of temp jobs. A shadow... More > at the mercy of his stuntwoman-girlfriend, who looks to L. Ron Hubbard for her own answers, he steals a week to escape from L.A. to New Orleans where out of the serendipitous chaos of Mardi Gras his best friend from college appears. Land Morales is brilliantly mad, but despite a once inseparable friendship with Tal, the two have careened into altogether different orbits. The empty space between them is spanned only by Land's quixotic last words to Tal - that he was embarking on a search for a community. Thrown together again, they thrust the reader into a jaunt that bebops through the conundrum of identity and faith both have grappled with while attempting to ward off the terrific delirium tremens flush of the American Century.< Less
Down In It By assorted writers
eBook (PDF): $6.49
The 6" x 9" perfect bound ISBN# book "Down In It" was originally released as the 5.5" x 8.5" perfect bound March 2011 issue (v092) of "Down in the Dirt"... More > magazine, published by Scars Publications. Writers and artists included in this issue are Fritz Hamilton, John Ragusa, Frank De Canio, Mike Berger, Ph.D., Bela Feketekuty, Robert James Russell, Ronald Brunsky, Mel Waldman, Norm Hendricks, Bogdan Tiganov, Ben Macnair, Jennifer Geist, Andy Heath, Heather Burke, John Sheirer, Edward Wells II, T.G. Schoenberg, Tanuj Solanki, Emma Eden Ramos, K.R. Helms, Paul Galarraga, Chris Dietzel, and Charlie Wirth. The cover art (photographed by editor Janet Kuypers) is of Bourbon Street in New Orleans, photographed Halloween weekend 2010 and used in this March 2011 release because Mardi Gras is usually in March of a given calendar year.< Less
Liz b By HERVÉ BALAN
eBook (PDF): $3.21
Inutile de tenter de raisonner Liz. Née la veille du mardi gras, elle a pris l'habitude d'attendre carnaval pour recevoir ses cadeaux et souffler ses bougies. Mais, au fait, ça lui fait... More > quel âge, à Liz? illustré de 40 images en noir et blanc< Less
La Marginale By Margaret Papillon
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Une jeune fille de la haute société haïtienne, Sabine Roland, se fait violer en plein carnaval, alors qu'elle n'a que dix-neuf ans, un soir de Mardi gras. Dans l'Haïti des... More > années 70, le viol est un sujet tabou. Pour comble de malchance, elle tombera enceinte à la suite de ce tragique événement. Elle est abasourdie ! Ses parents, désespérés, passant outre leurs convictions religieuses, pourtant très solides, la pressent d'avorter afin de mettre fin à ce cycle infernal de malheur. Sabine, malgré son désarroi, leur tient tête. Elle n'est pas prête à subir ces deux chocs à la fois ; un viol et un avortement. Elle décide donc de garder son enfant envers et contre tous. Elle part pour les États-Unis et met son bébé au monde. Elle revient au pays cinq ans plus tard avec son fils Sébastien.< Less

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