by Chris Joseph Stancato
This is the time of technology and speed; of instant gratification and social media platforms. A challenging time for some—a difficult time for others. The fast pace demand is only a simple nod to these times as recognition.
What does poetry demand?
Some of us will take a direction away from the viral activity, and onto a blue highway—the lifeline of a sacred road map. This entry where local people and shops shoulder the community; 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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Grēn Blū Haiku-- "Grēn Blū Haiku No 1" is a social commentary about helping your neighbors, your community. A call to act with virtue and give to those who need your help or time. You can find this type of literature along with literary and documentary reviews, short-stories, and the five books that I have authored at my website www.orangepostman.com
Podcast Orange Postman
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This social timeline of African-Americans in the Twentieth Century is truly an American anthem. As Ma Rainey said in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, “Life’s way of talking, you don’t sing to feel better, you sing ‘cause that’s the way of understanding life.” For this matter, I feel compelled to respect Wilson’s conviction to convey these timeless stories.
The Three Months of August by Chris Joseph Stancato
The Three Months of August is based on the perspectives of the ‘Pittsburgh Read more [...]
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 [...]
“John Coltrane’s life was based on a series of discoveries, most of them a result of both hard work and the deepest introspection.” Read more [...]
A Travel Journal by Mitchell Phillips McCrady
Chris Joseph Stancato
Pittsburgh to Cadiz: What's the Difference Part One
The rite of travel is different for all those who step in a new direction. The traveler, wayfarer, vagabond, hobo, and gadabout take the terra incognita like a parched soul—quenching for drops of pastoral panoramas and clenching with fists of hell-raising ramblings through cities.
Pittsburgh to Cadiz, Part 1, Mitchell Phillips McCrady
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I've written a compelling story about two brothers, Stan Martini who is aggressive, and Topher Martini who is passive in my book titled A to P. The dramatic contents of this novel with its engaging social timeline will satisfy readers of all genres.
For the last several months I have been promoting my novel with great reception from the open mic night community in Miami and Ft. Lauderdale. Now is your opportunity to read all about this dramatic story.
A to P is also available on Amazon: Chris Read more [...]