There are no products in your shopping cart.
A blazing account of occultism through the ages and the many bizarre people--Dunglas Home, Aleister Crowley and William Blake--who populated it, and the most intriguing book on the subject I've read. Wilson 's air of mystery prose style is well researched and packed with enough detail to keep you reading on through it's massive page count. But it's so juicy that by the end you'll wish there was more. ~ Reviewed by Alex Bell
A dark and intimate dream into a woman's physical and emotional transformation as told by those closest to her as they struggle through suppressing and succumbing to their own haunting desires. Kang weaves a poetic, sensual story of confusion, passion, and strength. ~ Reviewed by Alex Bell
Like Rent? Check this one out. Myles packs so much story into these pages. Being as big a fan of poetry and the lives of poets as I am, reading this book was like a drug. Lesbianism, intense non-linear storytelling, and honest storytelling, this book is so wet it'll make you smile and blush. Eileen looks at herself from many different angles: from the highest of highs to the lowest of lows, creating a prismatic portrait of art and poverty. ~ Reviewed by Alex Bell
Dripping with sex, longing, and loneliness, Myles opens herself up to her readers with frank verses and a hurricane of an opener about the death of her mother—which hit me pretty hard by the end. Art is life, as they say, but as Myles illustrate: most of it isn't beautiful, except perhaps, on the page. ~ Reviewed by Alex Bell
Savage paints a unique story of insight, as Ella, a young caregiver, begins caring for Jill, after a traumatic brain injury. Ella asks herself questions most of us might ask ourselves when growing to know and love someone. Is Jill still aware, trapped in a body she can't control? Does Jill's husband Bryn share the same feelings for Ella that Ella finds herself having? Savage poses considerable importance on what is said and unsaid, our incapacity to fully know someone, and the fear of vulnerability which drives us away from making honest human connections. ~ Reviewed by Alex Bell