Tags » Literary » Page 2

Red is the Color of Pride


He gave me that look, the one

Half pity half smirk,

Like sympathy, cringing and

Glee all at once.

I recognized that look, maybe… 143 more words

Literary

The Hunt

Hello,

I hope you enjoy this piece I put together today. Human’s relationship to typical nature has fascinated me but felt particularly piquant today as I took a hike up Little Cottonwood Canyon with my two little angels. 705 more words

Adult

New Publication at BODY PARTS MAGAZINE: THE JOURNAL OF HORROR & EROTICA

Got another story published! Hop on over to the digital edition of Body Parts to read my story “Murder and Cruelty Free” and please don’t assume anything negative about my mind from your reading of it. Story is here.

Reading

Reading/Book-signing at Bookworks

I will be having a reading/book-signing for my new novel Raking the Dust (Thursday, June 23rd) at Bookworks in Albuquerque. Info here.
John Biscello

The Color Purple, Alice Walker and Imitation in Art

Many of you may have heard of, or read The Color Purple (most likely in some high school honors English class). Coming from a private school, heaven forbid we read a book that talked about sex, or worst, homosexuality, but this book was intriguing and refreshing for the layers of imitation and self-expression within them, an apt reflection of the times as well as the modes of communication we use today. 471 more words

1001 Books.

Poem in Beechwood Review

My poem “Barking Trees” is featured in Beechwood Review Issue 2, just released. Beechwood Review is a literary journal dedicated to minimalist writing and art.

Book events from May 28

SATURDAY, MAY 28

Book launch: Shooter by Caroline Pignat; 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Chapters in Kanata Centrum. Info: www.carolinepignat.com

Chris Nihmey signs Two Sides to the Story: Living a Lie, a memoir about his battle with mental illness, and Sally, an illustrated picture book centred on the connection between mental illness and homelessness; 10:30 a.m. 482 more words

Books