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The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Romans

The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Romans

Paul was the most influential figure in the early Christian church In this epistle written to the founders of the church in Rome he sets out some of his ideas on the importance of faith in overcoming mankind s innate sinfulness and in obtaining redemption With an introduction by Ruth Rendell


Good As Gold

Good As Gold

p Bruce Gold a middle aged Jewish professor of English literature finds himself on the brink of a golden career in politics and not a moment too soon as Gold yearns for an opportunity to transform a less than picture perfect life His children think little of him his intimidating father endlessly bullies him and his wife is so oblivious that she doesn t even notice he s left her As funny as it is sad i Good as Gold i is a story of children grown up parents grown old and friends and lovers grown apart a story that is inimitably Heller p


Astral Botanica

Astral Botanica

The poems of Carl Watson


Backwards the Drowned Go Dreaming

Backwards the Drowned Go Dreaming

Amongst the oil fumes and the briny dinge of the sea greasy tired frustrated I had a flash Suddenly I had it all figured out the psychology of despots and CEOs I figured that in order for civilization to exist people have to stay in one place and so it seems somehow natural that the evolution of society would be to create an illusion of motion where none exists Faster cars Faster editing Increased sensory stimulation But all the while we are actually sitting more and more still The population is placated by the feeling of progress when in reality they are imprisoned Even if we feel or strive to be utterly irresponsible we re still somehow doing our job br br Carl Watson evokes his desolation angels with great empathy and care but also with ruthless candor He writes like someone who pushed himself to the wall then pushed through it to the void and came back with stories to tell Here he reclaims the Seventies one of the more desolate of recent epochs with the clarity of Proust the balefulness of Bodenheim and the raw honesty of an Iggy song br John Strausbaugh author of i Black Like You i and i Sissy Nation i br br CW writes like he put his thumb in the air on some two lane American highway that used to be an Indian Trail where he got picked up by God Like he has come back to the fire in the woods we have gathered around at the end of the world with our loved ones to tell us what he saw br Andrew Huebner author of i We Pierce i i American By Blood i and i East of Bowery i br br With prose unfurling like cigarette smoke bleeding into that cloud of half forgotten memories forever shadowing missed opportunities that hangs over a noonday dive somewhere during the twilight of the last blown century heartbreak rock n roll on the radio crackling in exquisite precision between am stations and windswept interstates Carl Watson daydreams before silent black and white televisions in SRO lobbies or as he drinks himself sober in crumbling Chicago tenements i Backwards the Drowned Go Dreaming i explodes the bleary eyed myth of the American road br Donald Breckenridge author of i This Young Girl Passing i br br Carl Watson s work is desolate poetry He writes with sharp nostalgia for a past that really wasn t all that great It feels like a stay in a down and out motel but right on the other side of the paper thin wall is transcendence Watson never lets you forget that even in the most desperate situations there is humor even if it s mostly black and greatness of the spirit Emily XYZ i United States of Poetry i


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