KATE SCHAPIRA'S THE LOVE OF FREAK MILLWAYS AND TANGO WAX
(20 pp. Sewn Binding) $8 ppd.
Kate Schapira gives us a gender-neutral utopian porno. Nonviolent slapstick for a new century, The Love of Freak Millways and Tango Wax’s dumpster-diving heroes eke out a breathless place amid the detritus of the disintegrating city. With something for everyone but not much of anything, Freak & Tango get off for your sins trussed high above the overpass.
GEOF HUTH'S GINGERBREAD
(12 pp. Sewn Binding.) $7 ppd.
Begun in the excess of the 80’s, finished in 2008 at the gate of our present grief, Geof Huth’s fable of annihilation, Gingerbread, offers a cautionary tale for an age smothered by its own girth. Tumescent with sweet words, Huth’s nightmare of dreamy hovels rotten at the core thrusts its stake true to the right eye of our age of overcompensated executives and shriveled mortgages.
MY OWN BERLIN POEMS
(16 pp. Sewn Binding) $7 ppd.
Written during and around a trip to Germany in 2008, Berlin Poems features ekphrastic poems based on work in art museums in Munich and Berlin—Max Beckmann, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Naum Gabo and others.
For the 6 people who read this weblog--purchase both The Love of Freak Millways and Tango Wax and Gingerbread and receive Berlin Poems for free. Free!
For sample poems please go to the Cy Gist Press website.