You can buy it from The Book Nook & Java Shop Indie online store, or from amazon. It's up to you but I think you know which of the two is better. Link after sample poem from book. Thanks for reading.
Pour one out, he lived a hell of a life. This is just a cover reading (video) of his live performance when he read this poem, Autobiography.
another day ... day ... day.
The Myth of the Sisyphus is real, but it's not as dark as the story goes...
There's a nice interview I took part in over at a fellow author and blogger's ... blog. It was fun to think about questions, such as why do I write? Again, for the first time. I had to think back to a time when the only thing I lived for was to live the writer's… Continue reading Featured Author Interview
this is from a book I’m working on, non fiction, maybe creative non fiction. It should be out by early august. Thanks for reading.
eldoctorow.com. Edgar Lawrence Doctorow (January 6, 1931 – July 21, 2015) was an American novelist, editor, and professor, best known internationally for his works of historical fiction. He has been described as one of the most important American novelists of the 20th century.
Couple days early but this is from a book I'm working on, non fiction, maybe creative non fiction. It should be out by early august. Thanks for reading.
Note: Author Lulu Miller will be discussing her book Why Fish Don’t Exist Live via Zoom on The Book Nook & Java Shop’s facebook page Wednesday June 3rd at 6pm.) “Natura non facit saltum (Nature does not make jumps)” Axiom shouted by Charles Darwin originating from Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz And so you’ll get there, the… Continue reading Why Fish Don’t Exist by Lulu Miller (Review by Andrew H. K. For The Beacon)
Fitting for the times we’re living, The Plague by Albert Camus (winner of the 1957 Nobel Prize in Literature before his untimely death in 1960 in a car accident) is a story that seems to mean more in our reality today, than it did when it was released nearly seventy years ago. Originally an allegory… Continue reading The Plague Written by Albert Camus Review by Andrew H. Kuharevicz (For the Beacon)
... good ol Sal if he was born today his story of America and Dean couldn’t be told. No endless sentences without break, and no spontaneous creation nor no beat in Detroit, with no food and sleeping in the library reading about the woods and the Oregon trail. There’s be no highway and no popping bennies or sleepless nights in Denver. Be no Brooklyn bridge and no close calls with cops. There’d be no Marylou and no dying in Mexico City. There’d be no protagonist and there’d be no writer, at least the same kind of writer that actually happened.
Recorded at The Book Nook bookstore, a piece called Cambridge, from my newest poetry collection called Pickpocket of Reality. You can click on the cover below (after the video) if you'd like to buy a copy. Thanks for reading, and listening.
Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson Review by Andrew H. Kuharevicz February is Black History Month, and let me start off by saying that Just Mercy (nonfiction) is a great story, and almost should be considered required reading for all Americans. It opens your eyes to the real nature of racial tensions in the United States,… Continue reading Book Review for Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson
1134 I stayed up all night reading the stranger, that’s when and that’s how, it happened. I think. It’s a fog and maybe a dream, maybe it’s all a dream, the act of writing, why we write, why any of us write. It’s been a while since I learned how to write, and maybe there’s… Continue reading A History of Typing (Spontaneous Exercise New Writing 2020)
My novel is running behind schedule, taken a very long time to complete. Life has changed when I started writing it I was only a writer, struggling but still just a writer, and now well, I'm so much more than a single casual word. Thinking it will be done by the end of this month.… Continue reading December Draft Pages (2019)
(Taken from an unfinished manuscript of a new poetic prose collection I'm working on (out soon, end of this month or early October) called, Pickpocket of Reality) (not) A Sheltered Life Under the library in new york city Waiting for the storm to last a while longer Wanted to be there, not in times square… Continue reading September Draft Pages (2019)
My novel Future Book of War is done. Will be out August 30th in hardcover print via West Vine Press. This is from a poetry book in progress. Thanks for reading. East 4t h Street. We met across the street all acting like we met before I’m the only one with expectations creating a present… Continue reading August Draft Pages 2019 (Pickpocket of Reality)
ON HIS COLD walk home from GetLit Books...
A Book Review I wrote via "Against the Country" by Ben Metcalf “Here, then, is what I learned on, or because of, the American schoolbus:” Above is an opening line to an early chapter in the “novel”, Against The Country, by Ben Metcalf (country being rural surrounded by small town). It’s a difficult, award winning book (Ten… Continue reading “Against the Country” by Ben Metcalf
Went to New York for the bookexpo. Four days all about books hanging with editors, and writers, and found one of mine on the shelf. Nice... Final thoughts about trip... The trip was cool and insightful. Tons of free books and talking to individuals who are collectively pretty unsure exactly what we’re doing here. Where’s… Continue reading Writing/Book adventure: New York City
A novel written by Andrew H. K. The final book in the adventures of a dying young man series. You are looking at the static on your TV Black and blue white slideshow begins Faded in the back is a fuzzy attractive woman pulling out the winning lotto numbers EVEN MORE ADVENTURES OF A DYING… Continue reading 1st Worded Teaser Trailer for The Future Book of War
As already said: I wrote the first draft of my new novel all on the typewriter (NOTE: a couple chapters were composed using the Hanx typewriter simulator app, which if I did a review I'd give an A(+) for it's digital but non invasive word processing) But the novel, it’s a mess. Over three hundred… Continue reading Day 157 (writing a novel #5)
via The Book Of Wonders By Douglas Trevor (Short Story Collection. Fiction)
VISIONS OF MICHIGAN By Andrew H. Kuharevicz The summer ended. I lost track of hours and minutes seconds and rotations of the clock. The sunset and the sunrise were one big mess of time for me. After graduation I worked at the behavioral science lab. They paid me to scan numbers and answers that were… Continue reading Section From An Old Novel Being Reedited #1
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The year is 2017. Typewriters have gone to the future. It's a joke. These are pictures of some of my new tap tap tap machines....
THINGS I’VE FORGOTTEN ABOUT WRITING A NOVEL FROM ZERO These are top of my head kind of spontaneous thoughts about the process of drafting a novel: I forget how your life influences your novel even when you think you can detach yourself from the real world and just…follow the story outline, even if it is… Continue reading Day Three & Four (writing a novel #3)
This list might take a while to complete. Don’t really have the time to waste on it. But, thought I’d share, and my plan is to give mini reviews on each in the future and explain why they’ve impacted my life and writing career. Sorta like when *Henry Miller did a similar project in the… Continue reading SPONTANEOUS 100 BOOKS TO READ 1-28 (TOP OF THE HEAD)
Beer: Vanilla Java Porter. Atwater Brewery. Detroit, MI.
Beer: Cerveza Pacífico Clara. Brewed by the Pacifico CO., in the Pacific Ocean port city of Mazatlán, in the state of Sinaloa, México.
"The Song of Time, the same book but a different copy. Two of the rarest of birds in the entire cannon of western philosophy for no reason whatsoever sitting on rust and jaded bricks and still-burning half a century ol’ dry coal. Two copies in two locations chucked in the garbage..."
"There has never been a good study looking into the medical condition called sleep paralysis. There was a wanted sign posted at the newly built entrepreneurial department of the community college. MAKE MONEY NOW. So, I signed up for the research. Because I need the money."
Beer: Blood Orange Honey. Cheboygan Brewing CO.
BEER: MILKSHAKE STOUT. ROCHESTER BEER CO.
"The idea of a gun bug kept threats minimized. The bug was attracted to all forms of gun powder, and was immune to all known pesticides. They were mutant bed bugs, and they worked better than napalm."
OH YEAH. I ALSO HAVE A NEW NOVEL OUT. THE FEAR & THE GOING PART TWO. GO HERE TO FIND OUT MORE...OR TO BUY A REAL STACK OF FAKE PAPER NONSENSE! PEACE!
Inspiration for the words, and words to make inspiration. All interconnected, and part of the same painting of reality.
In this series I'm going to post small sections from the books I'm currently reading. That's all.
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Click on magazine at end of blog post, for original source of dictionary and more. I'm not claiming copyright here, and I don't think there is much of any. But if the person who originally copy edited the words wants, I will take the picture words down and then take the hour to copy edit… Continue reading Study Material #1: Beat Dictionary