- Mouth Trap
- by Jc Gallacher
Fresh from the pen of radical, angry poet comes Mouth Trap. A sometimes cynical but always honest ook at life, covering topics such as life after death, the corrupt world of international banking, love, romance and grittyt sex, you name it, Jed leaves no stone unturned in his debut work.
Stone has experimented in free form, fast flowing thought, totally unconstrained by convention and rules. This is creative poetry at its best!
A MUST BUY FOR RADICAL PROSE POETRY FANS.
IF YOU LIKE YOUR POETRY UNCONSTRAINED AND UNCENSORED, THEN THIS IS THE BOOK FOR YOU. DO YOURSELF A FAVOUR, BUY IT NOW AND SET YOUR MIND FREE!
- Person to Person: Essays from Two Centuries
- by Philip Vassallo
In "Person to Person: Essays from Two Centuries," educator, poet, and playwright Philip Vassallo writes 26 essays on his abiding passions: theater, communication, society, literature, film, education, sports--often finding unique links between them. This collection spans the last decade of the twentieth and first decade of the twenty-first centuries, as the author worked as a reporter, columnist, professor, and artist for diverse organizations in the New York metropolitan area. In this volume, he writes on an impressive range of issues, including race relations, eating disorders, childcare, criminal law, school choice, the environment, cinema, playwriting, and literary biography. His line of thought varies as broadly as his interests, and his conclusions can be surprising.
- 200 Writing Prompts
- by David Stoddard
The cliché about not knowing what to write about is as old as the hills. Yet the question still comes up at conferences, online chats and the occasional random phone call one happens to receive in the middle of the night.
So, one night, (I mean morning after receiving such a call), I decided to just type out a quick list of things one could write about. They are not so much as to be something which will be published in anything more than one’s own journal or blot, but just something to write about.
Some of the following prompts may not make sense at first read (or 27th read on occasion). But go with it. See what comes to mind. Remember, this is just to get you writing, to start something, to push past things in your mind. What you write here may never see the light of day, but it could be the start to something. (After all, it’s said Seinfeld was a show about nothing).