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The DisGrace Of MySpace: It's ALL about MUAH! By Richard David Kennedy
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A slightly different look at (what once was) the world's largest social networking portal, filled with literally hundreds of facetious annotations that will leave you snickering, if not downright... More > splitting a gut. Seen through Kennedy's penetrating (often unmerciful) eye, this is a book that will show you another reality– the virtual and the absurd, as offered by the actual members themselves. Newcomers as well as those who've been around MySpace for awhile will also be exposed to some interesting facts they probably didn't know. If you were a "Spacer," this book is a must for you. The reviews say it all.< Less
SAMSSON By Richard David Kennedy
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Richard David Kennedy's satirical latter-day epic probes the nature of religion, and, at the same time, questions humanity’s ability to look at it objectively. A highly original and imaginative... More > poem of vast proportion, this work will easily stand the test of time.< Less
When Never Shall We Die By Richard David Kennedy
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This the definitive anthology of Kennedy's poetic works. In it you will find virtually everything he has ever written, including his most recent compositions. It is, almost literally, the poetic... More > story of his life. Kennedy isn’t one to mince words. He can be opinionated and is by nature sardonic. He is also a free spirit, open-minded and unconstrained by conventional forms of presentation. His subject matter runs the gamut, but much of his work is focused on God, religion, love, social mores and, of course, the meaning of life. He is passionate. He is profound. He is earthy, mundane– even ribald occasionally; he also sublime. He is questioning. He is a wordsmith; he is complex and sometimes he can be “too simple to understand,” as are all deep thinkers. “…He makes us see things not only clearly and whole, but differently than before, the mark of an artist of the first rank.” He is a poet for all ages, as will he be a poet for future generations. He is decidedly one of a kind.< Less

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