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COCKTAILS at the APOCALYPSE By RA PRESS
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A collection of apocalyptic poems by the writers of Ra Press.
One Adirondack Christmas... By Ra Press
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ONE ADIRONDACK CHRISTMAS… is a literary experiment as well as a tribute to the folks who live in small towns in the isolated regions of America.
Fenced With Iron By Sean Tierney
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A young and dispossessed Oglala Indian terrorizes the leader of a Christian church in South Dakota. The seemingly obvious motive of tribal revenge proves unlikely as the young man's confession... More > becomes increasingly nihilistic.< Less
The Golden Eagles By Dave Donohue
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A Civil Defense exhibit causes quite a stir in a small town. A young man joins the local drum and bugle corps for the love of its lead majorette. A former high school athlete meets his destiny on the... More > North Hudson Road. These and other stories make up this collection of tales about life in the small towns of the Eastern Adirondacks.< Less
Lunch At Noonmark By Christopher Ricker
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LUNCH at NOONMARK is an intriguing collection of short stories revolving around the life and times of a young native New Yorker named Topher Jones. From his childhood summers with grandparents in... More > Indian Lake, through his camp counselor experience with youngsters at the Siamese Ponds, to his terrifying moment of panic while ice climbing Gothic Mountain’s North Face, Topher’s experiences provide a rich tapestry of the development and maturing of a young man through the momentous magic and power of the Adirondack Mountains. LUNCH AT NOONMARK is a great first collection of stories from a promising young writer of both fiction and poetry in the Champlain Valley.< Less
The Striker By Luis L. Tijerina
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Tijerina’s frank portrayal of comradeship caught in the inexorable sweep of war in “Sunrise in East Prussia” glows with an intensity unrivaled in modern literature while his... More > description of the fights between soldiers in “Heat and the Cornfield” can stand next to the great moments in literary history like for instance Hemingway’s “A farewell to arms”. It is the gloriously pragmatic, unpredictable genius of Tijerina’s narrative gifts and his vigorous style that makes these intellectually playful stories - about love and pain, loyalty and desertion but even so about soccer and photography- unforgettable. I think of Tijerina as the great modern descendent of Alberto Moravia. - Michiel Dockx, Master Degree in Economics and Diplomacy from the University of Antwerp Brussels, Belgium< Less
The Creek By Justin Grimbol
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When Justin Grimbol’s poems attend the Banquet for Political Poetical Correctness, they may very well be seen putting their feet on the table, ordering beer instead of wine, and discussing... More > topics ranging from pubic hair to stretch marks. They may very well have not been invited to the event in the first place. But as the evening progresses and these same poems settle in, reflect and drift though the various stages of their creation, some very profound transformations begin to take place. Meditations on childhood, on loss, on the possibilities of love and lust, on the darkness and light of living through this strange carnival of life and of trying to do this in ribald fashion, make for some marvelous moments of verse.< Less
Hurtling Towards Inevitability By Robert Barton
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HURTLING TOWARDS INEVITABILITY is poet Robert Barton’s first book. A haunting writer whose world is described by wrong turns, dark avenues and no exits, and peopled by characters with a beauty... More > corrupted by circumstance, Barton creates within the pages of this book a work apocryphal in its message and lyrical in its execution. These verses are wrought from the fabric of a gritty reality and a life that has seen the full weight of hard times. A genuinely eerie and compelling volume.< Less
Whatever Happened To Mary Alice Roosevelt? By Dave Donohue
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WHATEVER HAPPENED TO MARY ALICE ROOSEVELT? is a collection of stories that centers on life in the small towns in the Eastern Adirondacks. The themes of friendship, shared memory and a unity of... More > purpose that bind people together pervade the work. This collection continues the body of fiction (Golden Eagles, Saying Goodbye to Port Davis High, Christmas in Port Davis) Dave Donohue has created over the years in trying to capture the essence of small town life in the Adirondacks with all the various characteristics that describe it. Whether these factors be kinship, rugged individualism, loneliness or loyalty, this book is another installment in this journey.< Less
Saying Goodbye to Port Davis High By Dave Donohue
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SAYING GOODBYE TO PORT DAVIS HIGH is a gentle and reflective look back at author Dave Donohue’s own youth in the Eastern Adirondacks. This novel highlights the intrinsic qualities of small town... More > life while, at the same time, evokes a great sadness for the decline of small towns in many corners of America - including the Adirondacks.< Less