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Sonny Liston's Eyes & Collected Plays By Keith G. Laufenberg
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THE SIX PLAYS SUMMARIZED: In “Sonny Liston's Eyes” we see a former boxer who knew Liston personally, fly to New York where a mafia hit-man would convince him that he had not only been... More > hired to eliminate Liston but also JFK and was responsible, or knew who was responsible for every other high-profile assassination of the second half of the 20th Century. In “Bad Medicine” we see why America's health care system is not only broken but the actual cause for innumerable unneeded deaths. In “Big Sugar” we see a Jamaican giant who is a living savior to the homeless in the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City, while in “The Sheik Is Dead” we see a realtor who is also a comedian, use his many voices and disguises to pull off a $12 million dollar real estate swindle; in “Mr. Payback” we see a nightclub comedian who insults audience members and paid the ultimate price for doing so to the wrong person and in “The Gun” we see why as long as we have so many guns in America we will have too many killings.< Less
The Manly Art By Keith G. Laufenberg
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The Manly Art is another collection of writer Keith G. Laufenberg's short stories, only this time with the defining factor being that they all involve the sport of boxing. Having been in the sport... More > himself, beginning at age 17, when he entered Marine Corps boot camp, and ending after seven years, fought as a professional, he is afforded a closer more intimate look into the boxers lives. In “Sonny Liston's Eyes,” the reader is taken into the Underworld of the sport when a writer interviews an ex-mobster—who is dying of lung cancer—and claims to have killed Sonny Liston, as well as JFK and Martin Luthur King Jr. He tells an incredible story but backs it up by saying he has absolutely verifiable evidence that he will produce for the writer. In “Frankenstein” we see why a young amateur boxer should have picked boxing over football. He has little say in the matter though as his father and uncle have trained him his entire life for football and it, along with the other stories, will keep you glued to the page.< Less
Thirty Paces From Greatness By Justin Tully
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Thirty Paces From Greatness is the fourth poetry book written by Justin Tully. It follows in the footsteps of Just Add Music, Early Results Are Just In & August 1976. It includes poems about... More > Mohammed Ali's boxing win against Sonny Liston, James Dean's car, stones on Easter Island, River Phoenix, Liverpool Street Station, Jim Clark at Spa, rainy days at Wimbledon and many others!< Less
Thirty Paces From Greatness By Justin Tully
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Thirty Paces From Greatness is the fourth poetry book written by Justin Tully. It follows in the footsteps of Just Add Music, Early Results Are Just In & August 1976. It includes poems about... More > Mohammed Ali's boxing win against Sonny Liston, James Dean's car, stones on Easter Island, River Phoenix, Liverpool Street Station, Jim Clark at Spa, rainy days at Wimbledon and many others!< Less
The Manly Art By Keith G. Laufenberg
eBook (ePub): $1.09
In “Sonny Liston's Eyes,” the reader is taken into the Underworld of the sport when a writer interviews an ex-mobster—who is dying of lung cancer—and claims to have killed... More > Sonny Liston, as well as JFK and Martin Luthur King Jr. He tells an incredible story but backs it up by saying he has absolutely verifiable evidence that he will produce for the writer. In “Frankenstein” we see why a young amateur boxer should have picked boxing over football. He has little say in the matter, as his father and uncle have trained him his entire life for football and his grandfather, an ex-professional boxer, has trained him in boxing after he begged him to teach him, after a fight in grade school. He has only two losses in 50 fights but when he is offered more money—just for a sign-on bonus—than the average worker makes in an entire lifetime, or that his grandfather made in his entire boxing career, and 20 times the bonus even his grandfather relents to the 18-year-old-high school senior signing with the Miami Dolphins.< Less
some life: three plays for solo performance By Mia Paschal
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Three solo performance plays: "A different angle changes everything - any poolshark, fisherman, boxer, or helpless wayward bullet could tell you that." In "some life", a woman is... More > seen from unexpected angles in this meditation on identity. Awarded Best of the 2004 San Francisco Fringe Festival. An arm embroidered with scars. Seven suicide attempts. From Arkansas to Paris to Amsterdam, from a Hungarian terrorist cell to a Milanese psych ward, "This Lily Was (Fontana)" examines the life of a cutter. Awarded Best of the 2006 San Francisco Fringe Festival. "What good is being female unless you can wield it like a sword?" Inspired by the dreamscape collages of Joseph Cornell, the surreal whimsy of George Herriman's seminal cartoon "Krazy Kat", and the boxer Sonny Liston's powerful punch, "Along the Path of Larks and Swallows", is a poetic, magical, and darkly comic exploration of love.< Less
some life: three plays for solo performance By Mia Paschal
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Three solo performance plays: "A different angle changes everything - any poolshark, fisherman, boxer, or helpless wayward bullet could tell you that." In "some life", a woman is... More > seen from unexpected angles in this meditation on identity. Awarded Best of the 2004 San Francisco Fringe Festival. An arm embroidered with scars. Seven suicide attempts. From Arkansas to Paris to Amsterdam, from a Hungarian terrorist cell to a Milanese psych ward, "This Lily Was (Fontana)" examines the life of a cutter. Awarded Best of the 2006 San Francisco Fringe Festival. "What good is being female, unless you can wield it like a sword?" Inspired by the dreamscape collages of Joseph Cornell, the surreal whimsy of George Herriman's seminal cartoon "Krazy Kat", and the boxer Sonny Liston's powerful punch, "Along the Path of Larks and Swallows", is a poetic, magical, and darkly comic exploration of love.< Less

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