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The Suns of Arkon By David Stanford
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Arkon is fated to die. Now, Earth finds itself in the vicious grip of its new masters – the Mecs. Kale, a tenacious, human survivor, must find a way to save the person he loves from death and... More > bring peace to what is left of his planet ravaged and torn apart by destruction and chaos. Journey through worlds, as a human makes an unlikely alliance with the ones responsible for creating the monsters plaguing them. But freeing themselves from the verge of decay requires Kale to do the impossible, things no human should be able to do. The power of life’s essence, the energy required by the Mecs to survive, to crush and consume, is the only weapon they have to fight back. The Suns of Arkon is a fast-paced tale of treachery, despair, love and unwavering bravery of two worlds on the brink of obliteration. Can they find a way to save themselves and others to follow? Together, for the sake of all worlds, they must.< Less
LIFE GOES ELSEWHERE By Richard Stanford
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LIFE GOES ELSWHERE is a collection of true stories: about an outlaw who becomes a national hero, a prisoner who becomes a writer and artists who set themselves afire. You will meet a filmmaker who... More > documents his neighbourhoods, a landscape that creates artists, and a country that creates filmmakers. Most of all, these essays are about journeys, about life going elsewhere.< Less
Fever Music By Dawan Stanford
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poetry — observation, seduction, obsession, consummation, conflagration, rupture, conflict, conspiracy, combat, sparring, compassion, adoration, affection — opening, six seasons, echo
SEARCHING FOR HENRI By richard stanford
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Searching For Henri is a dramatic fictional rendering of the lost years of Henri Dunant, the founder of the International Red Cross, author of the first Geneva Conventions and the first person to... More > receive the Nobel Peace Prize in 1901. Dunant dedicated his life to establishing the foundations of the Red Cross organization, founded upon the principles of neutrality and humanity for all who served under its flag. His steadfast dedication and the success of the Red Cross, however, lead to Dunant having ignored his business interests and in 1875 he founded himself bankrupt. For the next twenty years of his life, Dunant was poor and destitute – ironic for the founder of the organization dedicated to helping such people – wandering the streets of Paris and sleeping under the bridges spanning the Seine. Searching For Henri is about those 20 lost years and the “discovery” of Dunant by a curious and equally steadfast journalist.< Less
Life Goes Elsewhere By Richard Stanford
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LIFE GOES ELSWHERE is a collection of true stories: about an outlaw who becomes a national hero, a prisoner who becomes a writer and artists who set themselves afire. You will meet a filmmaker who... More > documents his neighbourhoods, a landscape that creates artists, and a country that creates filmmakers. Most of all, these essays are about journeys, about life going elsewhere.< Less
Theatre of Prison By richard stanford
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Using the conventions of biography, memoir, interviews, and screenplays, THEATRE OF PRISON: The Making of a Writer, tells the true story of Peter Madden and his courageous journey from long-term... More > prison inmate to published writer. It is with the idea of making one last break from prison that Madden taught himself to write – about his experience on the treadmill of incarceration and of the demons possessing his fellow prisoners. The portraits Madden created of himself and his compatriots in his stage plays are unique in the annals of prison literature, and went on to captivate theatre and film audiences around the world. In an extensive interview, Madden reveals the innermost secrets his behind motivation to become a writer in the worst, and maybe the best environment possible for the creation of a writer: living hell.< Less
The Tourist By Richard Stanford
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A photo essay created by an anonymous tourist on a trip to a foreign land. Like most tourists, he takes photographs but they are not snapshots of him swimming in the ocean.
The Anatomy of Loss By Nyla Stanford
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This chapbook contains honest poetry and stories, directly coming from the author. It contains ten poems, two prose ( spoken word pieces) and two short stories.
MONUMENTS By Richard Stanford
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When buildings are torn down in the city, they often leave an imprint of their structure to the building to which they’ve been attached for many years. Some of these imprints are left to the... More > forces of Nature – wind, rain, snow, sun – which proceed to modify them. Nature is very hard on walls, sometimes carving out small chunks leaving behind what appear to be bullet holes. Other imprints are left to the forces of humans who also modify them with utilitarian gestures: advertising or cleaning off paint brushes. Like Nature, these too are spontaneous. Signage painted directly on a wall is an art in itself, one that requires a mastery of paints over rough surfaces, many reachable only by ladder or scaffolding, employing those surfaces like a canvas to communicate information. The act of painting itself is done outside the protection of a studio, under harsh rays of the sun and the acid air. This is not about graffiti – Monuments are not graffiti.< Less
How to be Wiser than King Solomon By Stanford Erickson
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How To Be Wiser Than Solomon is a biography of King Solomon. It teaches you to be wiser than Solomon. It also questions the wisdom of some modern scholars of archeology and Biblical scholars of the... More > Old Testament, both learned Jewish scholars and learned Christian scholars. These scholars, most of whom contend that Solomon did not write Ecclesiastes, believe that the stories of David and Solomon in the Old Testament might have been a hoax by Levitical priests to maintain control over the Jewish people. How To Be Wiser Than Solomon explains that Ecclesiastes represents Solomon’s wisdom “under the sun.” My own poem Ecclesiastes: A Modern Sequel describes how to be wiser “above the sun.” Finally, this book gives a unique insight into Solomon’s classic Song of Solomon. Scholars find the poem confusing. Once you understand that Solomon abandoned his true love Abishag to marry Pharaoh’s daughter, the poem on its simplest level is an account of Solomon’s remorse for forsaking Abishag< Less

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