African American Charlene Alfred, a forty-one year old writer is about to have her first best selling novel "Blu's Diary" turned into an internationally released miniseries. Her manager... More > gives her an ultimatum—use the Japanese lead actor of their choice or forget the project.
When twenty-four year old Japanese pop sensation known as “Kane” hears that the writer he's always admired strongly believes he's too young for the crucial role he makes it his mission to change her mind. Kane finds there is a connection between him and this woman that defies all reasoning and logic.< Less
What do you remember about the "Go-Go 90s"?
The Spice Girls?
The O.J. Simpson Trial?
The 1990s was an unforgettable decade, so why not test your... More > knowledge of the Clinton Years and find out how much useless information your brain can store!
Do you remember:
What was Kramer's first name on Seinfeld?
Who was the never-fully seen neighbor on Home Improvement?
What film featured the phrase "Hakuna Matata"?
What NBA bad boy did Madonna date during the 90s?
If you know the answers to these questions, you will do fantastic!< Less
Englishians: There's 2 reviews and 1 biographythingy in this which is in english, and the songography (which takes up half the pages) is multilingual in its statisticality. Svennar: Uppföljaren... More > till Soul Education. Har hållit på med den här nästan varje dag i ett halvår nu.< Less
View camera portraits of "obscure midwestern denizens" interspersed with writings and documents by J. Shimon & J. Lindemann of Manitowoc, Wisconsin. The photographs capture the flavor... More > of the landscape and the quiet melancholy realities of American rural and small town life. As photographers, the artists establish a subjective historical view; they become involved in situations and respond to them.Their early captivation with Depression-era FSA photos, Edward Steichen's masterful gum prints, anonymous snapshots, and Robert Frank--who gave them the impulse to photograph everything in their path--has led them to a "new timelessness" in contemporary imagery and themes. Shimon and Lindemann met as art students in 1981, with Midwestern punk an early influence and connection. They are Assistant Professors of Art at Lawrence University, Appleton, Wisconsin. Catalog for "It Takes One to Know One" exhibition at Sarah Bowen Gallery, Brooklyn, New York (September-October 2006). 28 b/w and color illustrations.< Less
Book two of the FrEAK series of pop culture parody comics. Including Parker and Kirby. Wonder Willy. And a cover featuring the first appearance of @#! WARNING: this comic includes crude humor,... More > boobies, and one penis.< Less
Featuring comics of pop culture parody and MORE! Reading this comic could lower your risk of cancer! Introducing Parker and Kirby. Dork Vador. Retail Galactico. Wonder Willy and MORE! WARNING: this... More > comic includes crude humor and a penis.< Less
Are you just a passenger on the hip-hopping, casual sexing, reefer maddening, three-way kissing, pill popping, energy drink and boozing, mosh pitting, ass-crack tattooing, underwear on the outsiding,... More > Express Train to Hell? Are you just trying to avoid that Eternal Barbecue of the Soul? Are you one of the millions of unfortunate heathens who endure that sickening sensation in the bottom of their stomachs, just knowing that they've backed the wrong God? Well, then this book's for you! Whether you're a Jew, an Atheist, or just a little Slow, the simple words of Fr. Stanley will have you back on the path to Salvation in no time....< Less