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The Holy Grail: Charles Bukowski . . .
Holy Grail: Charles Bukowski and the Second Coming Revolution
by A.D. Winans
A book about America's foremost non-academic poet, his work, his philosophy, his life. Small magazine editor A.D. Winans writes a personal memoir of his professional relationship and his friendship with this two-fisted poet. . .
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BOOKS AND PLAYS by Len Fulton
The Grassman
Fulton's first novel is set in Wyoming Territory, 1886. It is a saga of the last days of the open ranges in a land which brands its people as distinctly as its cattle. The clash over cattle and water resounds against the mythic backdrop of a family curse. "This is the story of Ishmael and Ahab in the grasslands." -San Francisco Chronicle
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Dark Other Adam Dreaming Dark Other Adam Dreaming
Vermont, 1948: the northern dairyland of Vermont is the scene of Fulton's gritty farm story of a boy's struggle with his peers, with the wild land all about him and with ancient archetypes and modern family ghosts. Published with a grant from the National Endowment of the Arts, 1975. "American Dust" series #4.
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American Odyssey

American Odyssey
Len Fulton with Ellen Ferber
This bookselling travelogue chronicles the 1974 cross country trek of Fulton and Ferber as they visit some 350 retail bookstores from California to New York City introducing his first novel. It is at once a confrontation with American commerce, a study of the sense of place, and a practical guide for getting your book into the market place.

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Grandmother Dies Grandmother Dies
[play/comedy]
A family gathers to pay its last respects but is constantly at odds with itself. Gideon (grandfather) wants to travel but first must deal with the excesses of his spoiled children. A comedy/love story!
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For the Love of Pete

For the Love of Pete
[play/comedy]
Max is a widower leading a comfortable if uneventful life until his friends "buy" his a birthday gift in the form of a hooker named Pete. Novelist Cole looses his writer's block and Max looses his head. A comedy/romance!

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Headlines Headlines
[play/comedy]
The story of a hapless editorial crew at a small town daily newspaper struggling to solve a series of grisly murders. Press cards, typewriters, politics, and Samurai swords punctuate this riveting drama of journalistic skulduggery!
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The Court Martial of Paul Revere The Court Martial of Paul Revere
[historical play/manuscript]
Set in Revolutionary America (1779) this play unfolds the story of the biggest naval disaster in American military history - and the downfall of one of the Revolution's heroes on the shores of Penobscot Bay.

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Majibigwadoos Majibigwadoos
[screenplay/history]
This is the movie of the great naval battle at Penobscot Bay between the American and British in 1779. It is a clash of more than fifty ships and 3,000 men and bids fair to lose the Revolution for the Americans.

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