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William Blake in Cyberspace By Douglas McDaniel
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A work of creative non-fiction relating the works of William Blake to the mythos of cyberspace. A look at the information age at the turn of the century through gothic-styled lenses. A wild-eyed,... More > prescient novella driven by pathos and the love of prophetic poetry and prose of Milton, Blake and Yeats.< Less
Forty Days of Fire, Forty Days of Rain By Douglas McDaniel
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Challenged by the strange currents and savage storms of his life, author Douglas McDaniel captures an apocalyptic age of turmoil that began with the election of George W. Bush in 2000 and an oddly... More > coincidental solar storm occurring in New England. This personal narrative leads all of the way through eight years of disaster on the North American continent. It is a “living novel” and commentary on life during wartime, on strange weather and social chaos … a rave and borderline blog by one man trying to stay ahead of the wave during a new century spinning out of control.< Less
Many Moons to Mythville: The Collected Road Poems By Douglas McDaniel
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Poetry written during a 10-year span of criss-crossing America in a roving-eye view of the turn-of-the-century landscape of Mythville, or, as the author puts it: "It's all a bunch of... More > Mythville." With work from four separate books by Arizona-based author and poet Douglas McDaniel, the bard-inspired voices of Milton, Blake and Yeats, as well as the saturnine streak of early beat poesy, ring through this collection of poems and essays. From the southwestern deserts to the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts, "Many Moons to Mythville" is a foot-to-the-floor blast through the mythical roads of American life.< Less
Ginsberg Rolls Over By Douglas McDaniel
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This project started during the massive Bull Run Fire in 2006 in the mountains of central Arizona, and led to a series of serial moves around the West: to Oregon, then back to Arizona. It took on... More > full steam when, out of boredom, the author mused away the long summer hours while working behind the cash register of a big box book store, and then was kept aflame as McDaniel toiled as a reporter in Telluride, Colorado, as the poetic side of the author quietly pursued the hot currents and savage storms of his life, both interior and exterior, culminating in an attempt to catch up to the harsh polarities of the 2008 election season in Denver. Always intended as words to be performed, beat style, this is McDaniel's nod to the greats of the Beat Generation with a message of hope, despite the times.< Less