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Steps By Steve Hussy
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“To read Steps is to experience the thrill and disgust of real human emotion, to see the absurdities at the heart of all relationships revealed under the spotlights glare.” --- TONY... More > O’NEILL (From the introduction to Steps) “Hussy treads the same broken path that Messrs Bukowski and Fante have walked before him... Yet, he has a distinct poetic voice, a voice made his own.” --- SUSAN TOMASELLI (Dogmatika) Steps’ narrator faces a career filled with empty-headed liberals, a boarding-house full of grotesques, a girlfriend who can’t stand kissing him and a brain that won’t let any of it rest. But maybe - maybe - there’s another lesson for a teacher to learn. Available exclusively in this limited edition chapbook and set before SK#1’s Tara and SK#3’s Wilson, Steps charts the origins of Hussy’s days as a college and university lecturer.< Less
Savage Kick #6 By Dan Fante et al.
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The sixth issue of THE SAVAGE KICK features another line-up of ballsy and - at times - shocking tales from some of the leading writers in the crime and confessional genres. Headed by an exclusive... More > excerpt from Dan Fante's 2013 release POINT DOOM, SK#6 features exclusive interviews with both Fante and Debbie Drechsler. At over 200 pages, SK#6 delivers a jolt to the gut, never shying away from dark themes in twelve punchy tales that'll stick in your memory.< Less
Why Me? By Seymour Shubin
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"It came one day, fully, by itself, without prodding, urging, even without thought: Does the river know the rower’s gone? Does the rower know the river is still here?" (Seymour... More > Shubin, 'Why Me?') In a writing career spanning over six decades, Seymour Shubin has focussed almost exclusively on fictional and crime stories. Whilst such crime classics as 'Anyone's My Name' and 'The Man From Yesterday' feature Shubin-like alter-egos, these forty poems mark his first truly autobiographical work. 'Why Me?' is by turns touching, funny and thought-provoking as Shubin looks back at his childhood in the Great Depression, the nature of loss and the shadow of death that looms over us all. Steve Hussy's introduction hails the book, highlighting that: "'Why Me?' communicates complex ideas with simplicity, honesty and skill. And, as a result, it's yet another form of writing that Seymour Shubin has mastered. What the hell will he do next?"< Less
The Captain By Seymour Shubin
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"The Captain slept fitfully, kept waking from dreams he couldn't remember. The one he finally woke from in the morning left him frightened, but he didn’t know why. He calmed down, however,... More > when he recalled that this wasn't unusual. Sometimes, maybe three times, this would happen in the morning after an execution. "Soon he was fine. The two of them were gone; he had helped make the world a little better again." Captain Hughes was once a legendary member of his local police department. But now - reduced by dementia and a family tired of him - he is left to spend his final days in a nursing home. Yet one thing still drives the Captain... the need for justice. "'The Captain' is a heart-breaking account of dementia but, as with all of Shubin's books, it's not just a great crime novel, it's a great novel." --- STEVE HUSSY (Introduction to 'The Captain')< Less

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Left to Die Left to Die By Wes Rand
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