Super Special Summer Book Release!
The Vinyl Record Collection of Stories, Volume I is a coming-of-age story about Trey Carte, his social timeline—a soundtrack of ten chapters, and the budding relationship with his dad. This compelling collection of stories is set in the borough of Belle Vernon, located in Western Pennsylvania.The time is 1977 at a small house on Water Street. A place where the wealth of rich music, a vast collection of vinyl, creates a unique cohesiveness for Trey and his Read more [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Podcast Orange Postman POP
No. 2 (Love & Hope)
GRĒN BLŪ HAIKU NO. 2 also called Love & Hope is a haiku based on my experience with homeless people. The project to help our neighbors, our community, was organized by a community engagement program: Love Hope Music, based in Miami, FL.
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All of Your Literary Needs in One Place
Chris Joseph Stancato
Welcome to the Orange Postman, My name is Chris Joseph Stancato, I am a paperback writer and poet. I am the author of all the stories on my website.
Enjoy my latest Featured Book Review...Miami Noir
You'll also enjoy my latest Featured Documentary Review...BOTERO
¡Check Out! This Recent Publication, A Project of Poetry & Art...
The Literary Mule, Autumn Ballad from a Roman Augur Read more [...]
200 Grams of Literature
Today we celebrate August Wilson's Birthday (27th April 1945). In honor of the great playwright's birthday I am beginning my first Podcast on Soundcloud called, 200 Grams of Literature. A short-program about the connection between vinyl records and literature. Follow the Soundcloud links, subscribe to this monthly show, and share!
200 Grams of Literature
Every Great Song has a Great StoryThe Vinyl Record Collection of Short Stories, Volume 1 (Summer 2019)
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Books by Chris Joseph Stancato
The saga of the Martini Family began with a comedy (Gas Station Ganja), then a romance (Serendipia James & Adaline), and now a drama with A to P. All of my books are available at Amazon, www.OrangePostman.com or check out my Author Page on Amazon. Read more [...]
"If you are looking for a good read, you won't go wrong with A to P. I look forward to the next novel from Chris Joseph Stancato.”
A to P is A Top Novel
And here is why you need to purchase your Ebook or Paperback:
“I enjoyed this novel. I found the characters to be relatable. It's set at a nice pace that continues to pick up to make for an exciting climax. An easy read the words and story flows.” Daslickest
“What a wild ride you travel as you read A Read more [...]
Serendipia James & Adaline
"The author’s struggle to convey the essence of the turmoil the two lovers’ experience is palpable. The wounds his characters carry are deep, invisible, lingering: unwarranted remorse the sorrowed must endure. Serendipia. Read it." Marshall Boyd, Author of the Falk McCoy series
YouTube Preview of Serendipia James & Adaline Book Trailer
James walked from the brief conversation with his neighbor about his divorce in a dire mood. He stepped in his Read more [...]
In the narrative of Cortázar’s Hopscotch, he analyzes the game of hopscotch after the main character, Oliveira, engages with a clocharde named Emmanuéle on the streets of Paris: “One day you learn how to leave Earth and make the pebble climb into Heaven…the worst part of it is that precisely at that moment…no one has learned how to make the pebble climb up into Heaven.”
Cortázar continues this idea about failing to reach Heaven in the game: Read more [...]