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  • Nomad Codesby Erik Davis; Susan Willmarth

    Verse Chorus Press 2011; US$ 15.99

    In these wide-ranging essays, Erik Davis explores the codes?spiritual, cultural, and embodied?that people use to escape the limitation of their lives and enrich their experience of the world. These include Asian religious traditions and West African trickster gods, Western occult and esoteric lore, postmodern theory and psychedelic science, as well... more...

  • Kill All Your Darlingsby Luc Sante

    Verse Chorus Press 2007; US$ 12.99

    In his books and in a string of wide-ranging and inventive essays, Luc Sante has shown himself to be not only one of our pre-eminent stylists, but also a critic of uncommon power and range. He is ?one of the handful of living masters of the American language, as well as a singular historian and philosopher of American experience,? says the New Yorker?s... more...

  • boneyardby Stephen Beachy

    Verse Chorus Press 2011; US$ 13.99

    In this unusual “collaborative novel,? Jake Yoder, a precocious boy caught between Amish culture and the modern world, sits in his middle-school classroom writing stories at the behest of a stern but charismatic teacher. Jake's stories feature children who are crushed, imprisoned, and distorted, and yet somehow flailing around with a kind of bedazzled... more...

  • The Last Rock Star Bookby Camden Joy

    Verse Chorus Press 2011; US$ 14.95

    Camden Joy?s hero can?t wrap up the quickie biography of rock star Liz Phair he?s been commissioned to write. Instead, the shaky author finds himself recounting the troubled events of his own life. His ex-girlfriend (who just might be the illegitimate daughter of dead Rolling Stone Brian Jones), Liz Phair (whom he?s never met), and a mystery girl... more...

  • Coorparoo Blues and the Irish Fandangoby G. S. Manson

    Verse Chorus Press 2012; US$ 13.95

    Brisbane, 1943. A provincial Australian city has turned almost overnight into the main Allied staging post for the war in the Pacific. The social, sexual, and racial tensions stirred up by the arrival of tens of thousands of US troops provoke all kinds of mayhem, and Brisbane?s once quiet streets are suddenly looking pretty mean. Enter P.I. Jack Munro,... more...

  • Never Say Goodbyeby Quentin Rowan

    Verse Chorus Press 2012; US$ 14.95

    A powerful coming-of-age story as well as an in-depth examination of a long period of transgression, Never Say Goodbye is simultaneously a memoir and an unflinching confession. Beginning with his earliest memories of childhood theft and cheating, the author traces his path through juvenile delinquency and adolescent drug addiction to the solace he... more...

  • Some Phantom/No Time Flatby Stephen Beachy

    Verse Chorus Press 2013; US$ 14.95

    A pair of novellas, lyrical, haunting, and bleak, that offer an unsparing yet emotionally rich vision of contemporary America. In Some Phantom an unnamed woman arrives in a strange city, fleeing a violent relationship. She begins to explore the city and its inhabitants and takes a job teaching disturbed children, but finds her own mental stability... more...

  • No Certainty Attachedby Robert Dean Lurie

    Verse Chorus Press 2012; US$ 16.95

    For almost thirty years, the Church have crafted music that blends a rich variety of styles in a beautiful, multi-layered sound. They have encompassed pop, psychedelic, progressive, and straight-ahead rock, yet always remain distinctive, thanks to the inimitable vocals and lyrics of front man Steve Kilbey. Based on extensive interviews and featuring... more...

  • The King of Good Intentionsby John Andrew Fredrick

    Verse Chorus Press 2013; US$ 14.95

    Set in Los Angeles in the early 90s, the novel chronicles the early days of an indie band as they meet, practice, make their first record, and get their first break/big gig. It?s also the story of the the flowering love affair between John and Jenny, the two charming if troubled guitarists/singers in the band. John is by day a misanthropic substitute... more...

  • Murder in the Telephone Exchangeby June Wright

    Verse Chorus Press 2014; US$ 15.95

    First published in 1948, when it was the best-selling mystery of the year in the author?s native Australia, Murder in the Telephone Exchange stars feisty young operator Maggie Byrnes. When one of her more unpopular colleagues is murdered — her head bashed in with a “buttinski,? a piece of equipment used to listen in on phone calls — Maggie resolves... more...