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Mondo Haiku By Sean Rima
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A funky little book of haiku by Sean Rima, dedicated to Texas, the Universe, God, and Siria.
Elevation By Sean Rima
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In the tiny mountain town of Elevation, Colorado, Charlie Grow discovers at a young age his supernatural abilities of mind over matter. With the support of his best friend and adopted parents, he... More > chooses to keep his special gift a secret, until tragic events one Christmas force him to reveal his secret to the world. As his new-found celebrity threatens the very existence of Elevation, Charlie must decide whether to save himself or the town. His choice will ultimately change Christmas in Elevation forever!< Less
The Jesus Motel: America Poems, 2001 - 2011 By Sean Rima
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A travelogue of smart, funny, and ruthless poetry that takes the reader on a coast-to-coast road trip through the heart of post-9/11 America.
Snake Farm Blues: A Texas Love Song By Sean Rima
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Sean Rima's second book of poems in his "America" trilogy is a gritty, funny, and emotionally-searing ode to Texas, grilled to perfection with a healthy dollup of booze and barbeque sauce. ... More > His most personal work to date, "Snake Farm Blues" serves as a powerful examination of divorce, parenthood, sex, love, middleage, and addiction. Featuring the intense photography of Taylor Trash Productions and starring the Otherworldy Gloria Bueno!< Less
WILD WEST SHOW: Selected Poems By Sean Rima
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Texas outlaw poet Sean Rima's "Wild West Show" is a funny, gritty collection spanning the years 2001-2014, focusing on such universal topics as Sex, Love, Parenthood, Divorce, Pop Culture,... More > War, and Terrorism, as set against the evolving tapestry of Post-9/11 America. Whether you're a fan of poetry or not, you'll laugh, you'll cry, and, above all else, you'll have one Hell of a ride. So, pour yourself a shot of tequila, put up your boots, and enjoy the show! Featuring a Foreword by Prof. Kathleen Ann Hudson of Schreiner University, Kerrville, Texas.< Less