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- M P Publishing 2014; US$ 7.99
When her otherwise healthy, even idyllic, first pregnancy ends in the sudden and terrible stillbirth of daughter Avery, Heidi Chandler and her husband are left at a total loss. Looking into Averys perfect face, one that never cooed or cried, Heidi realizes how much her life has changed. Holding Avery is a raw exploration of life after the death... more...
- M P Publishing 2005; US$ 5.99
'The Alumni Grill' Anthology of Southern Writers has grown out of Sonny Brewer's Southern Writers Reading series in Fairhope, Alabama, and is the companion volume to Brewer's 'Stories from the Blue Moon Café', now in its fourth year. This year's Grill features twelve Blue Moon veterans and is an eclectic assortment of fiction, poetry, and essays. In... more...
- M P Publishing 2002; US$ 4.99
?Praying is not enough ? better put it in writing!? Bong Bong Luwad is living with his selfish Auntie Yuna in L.A., far from his Philippine village, the Marcos regime, and his mother who helped him escape. Bong Bong spends his nights watching old movies on TV, while Auntie Yuna writes pleading letters to saints and dead relatives. One night on the... more...
- M P Publishing 2004; US$ 3.99
'The Road to Makokota' is set in a war-torn former British colony in present-day West Africa. Craig Allan Hammond, a black American, returns to Africa to find his former love, Oussumatu Turay, and her son ? his son ? Abu. Sixteen years earlier, Hammond left Oussu and Abu in Makokota after completing a road-building project; she was nineteen when he... more...
- M P Publishing 2002; US$ 3.99
This collection of thirty Southern writers gathers some of the finest authors in the country ? with stories, essays, and a poem. Demonstrating a range of styles, topics, and themes these stories display each writer?s craftsmanship and talent and together form a testament to the grand literary tradition of the South. About the Editor: Sonny Brewer owns... more...
- M P Publishing 2005; US$ 5.99
Amnesiac Eric Norton wakes up in a police interrogation room burned from a meth lab explosion. As he tries to remember his past, his criminal employers and the police track his every move, both hoping to discover what Eric knows. However, Eric's confused memories are so entrenched in obscure drug-related street slang that even he can't make sense of... more...
- M P Publishing 2004; US$ 5.99
The political tumult in the American Colonies immediately following the French and Indian War was as turbulent as the war itself. With the war?s conclusion and English liberties now presumably guaranteed, the British government felt secure enough in its North American hegemony to reap the spoils. In rapid succession, Privy Council orders, royal proclamations,... more...
- M P Publishing 2003; US$ 3.99
During the summer of 1983, Elaine and her daughters, Hannah and Daisy, move into 'Sunset Terrace', a squalid, low-rent apartment building in Los Angeles that houses single mothers. They have been on the road for three years, driving from town to town in a flight from tragedy ever since Hannah discovered her father dead in his study. While Elaine struggles... more...
- M P Publishing 2007; US$ 3.99
A gracefully disconcerting collection of stories by the winner of the 2005 Narrative Prize. Wavering between fidelity and freedom, the women in this sparkling debut deal with emotional damage and unhealed heartbreak by plunging into unusual, often bizarre, relationships. Praise for 'Famous Fathers and Other Stories': ?Pia Z?s stories will break your... more...
- M P Publishing 2002; US$ 5.99
Following the release of his first novel, 'A Life Without Consequences', Stephen Elliott returns with his second book, 'What It Means to Love You', the story of Anthony, Brooke, and Lance, three Chicago sex workers whose lives are interlinked as they travel the underworld that is Halstead Street. Anthony, at thirty-four, finds himself stripping on... more...