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Haiku Genres in a Modern Style Poetry—evolves.Freedom is the range of change.The reinvention…Haiku Porticos...  Poetry nearly reinvented and brilliant! Really enjoyed the American-Machina 33 style poetry!Poetry in MotionOnce again, Chris Stancato’s’ talents come out in his poetry!RAVE REVIEWS ABOUT THESE NEW HAIKU Haiku Porticos, a chapbook with haiku genres in a modern approach with new names, styles, and the introduction of a new form: American-Machina33. In this time Read more [...]

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Free to $3: Comedy, Romance, Drama, Poetry Gas Station Ganja, a comedy: "Mark was right when he said the word of them selling weed would spread around the small towns of the Mon Valley.  Pot heads found their nirvana; the message had spread like smoke signals as the hype around the pipe now had a name: Gas Station Ganja."Serendipia, James & Adaline, a romance: “I want to hold your body and feel the sunshine in your soul.” Serendipia is a Spanish word which translates to Serendipity in Read more [...]

Miami Babylon—Gerald Posner

Miami Babylon—Gerald Posner

“Too Much is Never Enough”

Bienvenido a Miami Beach—A place that is pure, scenes that are graphic, people who are greedy, and a multi-cultural society which is collectively colorful.

Miami Babylon, published in 2009, is a social and historical timeline of Miami Beach. This is not your average text of footnotes which are marked by milestones for those who reside in a particular place, like the beach, to be docent guiding visitors to the important figures, symbolic Read more [...]

The Three Months of August

The Three Months of August

Preface

Ten years after the death of America's greatest playwright, August Wilson, we continue to view his social timeline called the 'Pittsburgh Cycle' a masterpiece.

The Three Months of August is based on the perspectives of the ‘Pittsburgh Cycle’ and my personal consequences of a cycle that entailed: separation, divorce, and death. In this matter, Wilson’s ten plays paralleled the pivotal periods of a difficult situation yet provided me with solace to abscond Read more [...]

The Unfortunates—B.S. Johnson

The Unfortunates

A switch cycle of stories spread across my chess table, and like the game of chess, there is a first and last move—the variations are not in order. Twenty-seven short stories, to be more specific, some were one page, and others six, but all the stories were part of a timeline for me to choose my first story of B.S. Johnson’s, The Unfortunates. I parted the First and the Last pages before placing half of the remaining 25 pages clockwise, and then the other half counterclockwise. Read more [...]