Vahan Gregory


Vahan Gregory is a noted playwright, sculptor, poet, and author of numerous books. His first novel, "Oh Boy, Here Comes Walt!" was dubbed "a minor classic!" by Robert Kirsch of the L.A. Times. Mr. Gregory's stories have been anthologized in Martha Foley's BEST AMERICAN SHORT STORIES and in two college texts. His poetry has appeared in many of the university quarterlies, while his hit play "AN I FOR AN I" (which ran a record 22 months in Los Angeles) resulted in his being picked BEST NEW PLAYWRIGHT OF THE YEAR with these words by critic Richard Mentzer: "Gregory stands on the threshold of an amazing career. He has a wonderful fresh talent and his works are in essence a gentle hymn to the simple goodness of man."

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Where the Sun Don't Shine
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 116,010. Language: English. Published: January 6, 2010 by Joe Perrone Jr.. Categories: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
The story of the first Espresso Cafe in Hollywood in the late '50s and '60s, complete with all the drama, the characters and the comedy. It was the "Beat Generation," then the Sixties. Long before there was a Starbucks, there was The Capriccio. If you like Kerouac and Saroyan, you'll love "Where the Sun Don't Shine," by Vahan Gregory.
Sing the Long Sorrow: A Compelling Story Set in the Time of the Armenian Genocide
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 42,100. Language: English. Published: January 3, 2010 by Joe Perrone Jr.. Categories: Fiction » Historical » General
Lost in the violence of the World War I was a holocaust that differed from Hitler's only in its scale. The Turkish government set loose upon its Armenian citizens, hordes of savage killers, recruited from its prisons, to affect one of history's most barbaric slaughters upon a peaceful and progressive people, massacring fifty percent of its 3,000,000 Armenian citizens. Here is a story of that time.

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