by Dan Baldwin
Dan Baldwin’s new book HERESY is available from Kindle Books as a download and as a paperback from CreatSpace.
Dr. Ashley “Ash” Hayes is driver to prove that America was explored by Europeans well before Columbus… a quest her superiors at a north west Louisiana college consider academic heresy. Her quest is interrupted by the disappearance of a friend who has headed into the far hills and deep swamps in search of ancient Native American treasure. She drops everything to help find her friend and is aided by the missing man’s brother, a tall and handsome transplanted Apache. The two find the brother, the killer and someone far more deadly. They also find the treasure and encounter a profound mystery. But will Ash survive the ordeal to tell the story.
Dan also had his photo in THE WRITER magazine along with a blurb on where he reads it.
Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of the Society of Southwestern Authors Vol. 43, No. 1 February/March 2014
Geronimo Author- FIRE AND FLAMES A HISTORY OF THE GERMAN AUTONOMIST MOVEMENT
Geronomo . Introduction by George Katsiaficas . Afterword by Gabriel Kuhn
FIRE AND FLAMS was the first comprehensive study of the German autonomous movement ever published. Released in 1990, it reached its fifth edition by 1997, with the legendary Germn konkret journal concluding that “the movement had produced its own classic.” The author, writing under the pseudonym of Geronimo, has been an autonomous activist since the movement burst onto the scene in 1980-1981. In this book, he traces its origins in the Italian Autonomia project and the German social movements of the 1970’s, before describing the battles for squats, “free spaces,” and alternative forms of living that defined the first decade of the autonomous movement. Tactics of the “Autonome” were militant, including the construction of barricades or throwing Molotov cocktails at the police. Because of their outfit (heavy black clothing, ski masks, helmets), the Autonome were dubbed the “Black Bloc” by the German media, and the tactics have been successfully adopted and employed at anti-capitalist protest worldwide. FIRE AND FLAMES is no detached academic study, but a passionate, hands-on, and engaging account of the beginning of one Europe’s most intriquing protest movements of the last thirty years. An introduction by George Katsiaficas, author of THE SUBVERSION OF POLITICS and an afterword by Gabriel Kuhn, a long-time autonomous activist and author, add historical context and an update on the current state of the Autonomen.
978-1-60486-097-9 . $19.95 . 6×9 . Paperback . 256 Pages
Dorothy Daniels Anderson Author- DISORDER IN THE COURT: THE LAMENTABLE OCCURRENCE
Dorothy Daniels Anderson has a story, DISORDER IN THE COURT: THE LAMENTABLE OCCURRENCE, in the February 2014 issue of the WILD WEST, a national magazine for western historical writers. This issue can be found in your library’s western section or is available on all the electronic devices that you favor. Dorothy specializes in writing historical stories about the Southwest. Her book, ARIZONA LEGENDS AND LORE, TALES OF SOUTHWESTERN PIONEERS, is in its 10th printing and available on Amazon, bookstores, bookstores, libraries, e-tablets, Kindle, and smart phones.
Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of The Society of Southwestern Authors Vol. 43, No. 1. February/March 2014
“Disorder in the Court: The Lamentable Occurrence”
by Dorothy Daniels Anderson
Dorothy Daniels Anderson has a story, “Disorder in the Court: The Lamentable Occurrence,” in the February 2014 issue of the Wild West magazine, a national magazine for western historical writers. This issue can be found in your library’s western section or is available on all the electronic devices that you favor. Dorothy specializes in writing historical stories about the Southwest. Her book, Arizona Legends and Lore, Tales of Southwestern Pioneers, is in its 10th printing and is available on Amazon, bookstores, libraries, e-tablets, kindle, and smart phones.
Taken from THE WRITE WORD, the newsletter of The Society of Southwestern Authors February-March 2014
by Nash Candelaria
Set in 1928 in the eve of the Great Depression in New Mexico, this is the fourth novel in a continuation of the author’s highly praised epic historical trilogy of the Rafa family.
“A fitting summation of Candelaria’s saga.”- San Jose Mercury News
200 pp cloth $27.00x ISB978-0-927534-18-5
paper $17.00 ISBN978-0-927534-19-2
Bilingual Review Press
EQUATIONS OF LIFE
by Simon Morden
Galaxy Book Review
So my man Ozzie- good friend and regular Mysterious Galaxy customer … got me started on Simon Morden’s EQUATIONS OF LIFE. It’s a thriller, set in a future London where Russian, Japanese, and local gangs duke it out and the police are powerless bystanders. Life sucks, at least in the marginal areas, so, yes, this is a dystopia, but the people in the novel make up for this by their verve and their general bigheartedness. The main guy is Petrovicvh, genius Russian physicist with a shady past. The main girl is Sister Madeleine, a nun with a very big gun, who ditches her habit to help Petrovicyh rescue the other main girl, Sonya, the damsel in distress and daughter of the local Japanese crime lord. Throw in a rogue Al and the scientific discovery of all time, and you’ve got a fast-pace, quick-witted, culturally savvy sf thriller of the highest caliber. Enthusiastically recommended!- DJ
Orbit Books pho, $7.99
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