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Poetry is Blood
Combining eloquent lyrics and edgy anti-lyrics, the poems in Poetry is Blood both rehearse and...
Radius Islamicus
Joseph, the tactician behind the Piccadilly Circus bombing and many other such events, finds himself...
Immortal Water
Immortal Water is an extraordinary tale of the Spanish conquistador Juan Ponce de Leon and...
In the writing of Wait, Ned Baeck intends to cut through the dishonesty and abuse...
The Herb Garden
Bartholomew the Englishman was a 13th century Franciscan friar and scholar whose only surviving work,...
If You're Not Free At Work, Where Are You Free?: Literature and Social Change
The essays in If You're Not Free At Work, Where Are You Free?: Literature and...
A Japanese detective agency in Midwest America; a sex triangle with the vampish Angela at its apex, and love-sick Pohl and lust-warped Burnett at the receiving ends; a Fat Man devouring a huge luncheon amidst the splendors of his garden; and has-been vixen Violet seeking justice and revenge. Just some of the elements of No. 22 Pleasure City, a novel that ranges in flavor between Japanese manga, pulp fiction and tongue-in-cheek pornography. The novel is a story of betrayal, obsession, rejection, friendship, and--ultimately--redemption.

"She suddenly felt a tingling sensation in her body that wasn't familiar and which she didn't understand because maybe this was starting to feel like the kind of sex she didn't think existed on earth, and maybe she was falling in love."
No. 22 Pleasure City

Mark Fishman
No. 22 Pleasure City
All I Have Is Words
Hard Candy / Pitch Roll Yaw
Arise The Dead I: The Great War
Arise The Dead II: World War Two
The Voyageur 2: Into the New World
A Feast of Brief Hopes
Somewhere in the Stars
A Boy at the Edge of the World
Nobody Looks That Young Here
Land for Fatimah
Mouth of Truth: Buried Secrets