Catherine B. Krause came out as transgender in 2014. Rejected by family and many friends, she found herself working for food and rent. By early 2015 she was sleeping on the sidewalk and taking whatever work she could while she began to explore surrealist poetic techniques and the political ideology behind these. In mid-2015 she got off the street and began to write about what had happened.
The Days of Mr Thomas is a speculative fiction set in a not too distant dystopia, tracking the interwoven lives of six people who will ultimately change the country.
Originally serialised in Schlock Webzine in 2012-2013 and met with riotous cheering, it is now available in full for the first time.
War and civil war rage across the globe. The US is fighting a counterinsurgency war against Zapatistas in southern Mexico. In a small town north of San Francisco, draft-aged Greg Kovinski, and fellow anti-war college students, gain possession of enough bomb grade material to build a nuclear weapon. Civil unrest explodes and Oakland rises in revolution to become the 21st century’s Paris Commune.
Cesario Santo told police in Lyons that he had nothing personally against the President of France whose life he ended with his dagger. He qualified this by saying that Marie Sadi Carnot was one of many tyrants. Santo despised him because of this and for not pardoning three anarchists who were imprisoned in French jails. My ebook details Santo's quick trial and his gruesome execution by guillotine.
Neither an unusually hot Scottish summer nor Justin’s habitual strip-teasing can take Bruno's mind off the slow ebbtide of his dad's dementia. Justin’s suggestion of going to a Psychic Fayre leads to Bruno overhearing a tarot card reading for Bernadette, not just the lonely and intelligent nurse that she seems, as the cards on the table lead them into deadly confrontation with crony capitalism.
From the author of 'A Shaman's Black Cloak', 'Arin oh Arin' and 'Hivemind 2040+' comes a conveniently written compilation of personal quotes and philosophical sayings by Bryan Smith.
Inside here, you will find a collection of profound, life-changing insights on the relationship between you and reality.
Inspired by Occupy Wall Street, seventeen-year-old Angela Jones and four other homeless teenagers occupy an empty commercial building owned by Bank of America. As they slowly transform it into a teen homeless shelter Ange goes into crisis mode when the other residents decide to use firearms to prevent the police from evicting them. Winner of 2014 Pinnacle Achievement Award.