Kate Coombs’ children’s books have garnered rave reviews from School Library Journal and been ALA Notable Book selections. Filled with imagery sure to inspire wonder in young listeners, Water Sings Blue is a delightful collection of poems celebrating the beauty of the ocean.
Working in the medical field can be quite poetic, it can also be very funny. This book combines both to deliver what everyone says is the best medicine, but no doctor has ever written a prescription for: a laugh!
Neil Simon's hilarious, semi-autobiographical Tony Award-winning play stars Josh Radnor and Justine Bateman. This production features an exclusive interview with the prolific playwright.
Winner of the 2001 Olivier Award for Best New Play, Blue/Orange sets the stage for a clash of wills between two psychiatrists: one is a new, inexperienced doctor just starting out, the other is his well-established mentor. The diagnosis and treatment of a young black man named Chris, who claims to be the son of African dictator Idi Amin, sparks a conflict between the two doctors. As Chris becomes a pawn in their battle, listeners are left wondering who, if anyone, is sane in this dark, edgy comedy.
Taylor's first live spoken-word collection since 2003, Icarus Airlines, contains 34 poems.
In his first collection of poetry, Raminder Bajwa offers verse on a wide range of topics that question life, explore fear, and embrace innocence. Through contemplative reflections, Bajwa examines personalities, current affairs, the influence of faith in the modern world, and why humans are either guided by love and honor or misguided by hatred and greed. Through his diverse compilation, Bajwa leads others down an inquisitive path where he poetically searches for answers about happiness, fulfillment, death, victory, and friendship.
"New poetry about everything"
Deeper Shades of Blue was written mostly right after my father died in 2012. Although some of the poems are about his death they always end up with redemption in the end with joy and peace through Christ Jesus. This book also talks about loves lost, but what is different about this book than my other one, Silence and Darkness, is that there is a new found hope for the hopeless and peace for those at unrest. Also, there is courage and strength found in these words.
Nikolaj Fjodorovich Pogodin (nastojashhaja familija - Stukalov; 1900 -1962) - sovetskij scenarist i dramaturg. Radiokompozicija spektaklja "Golubaja rapsodija" po odnoimjonnoj p'ese Nikolaja Pogodina o zhizni molodyh uchjonyh, nedavnih vypusknikov Moskovskogo universiteta. Molodye, talantlivye, vljublennye - deti svoego vremeni - oni vstupajut vo vzrosluju zhizn' pod zvuki "Goluboj rapsodii", uverennye v svoih znanijah, uspehe, budushhem schast'e.
Drawing upon his childhood memories of West Texas, artist, musician, and writer Terry Allen has created this magical, multi-layered evening in the tradition of Southern story-telling. As Allen explains, "Dugout is a love story; an investigation into how memory is invented."
"I once was homeless, hungry, and afraid. I was cast away by society, deemed a street urchin not worth their time. I felt as if I was a ghost fading into the wind. Over the years, homeless people have been looked at as a problem. When in truths, they are not. They are not a political issue or a scourge. When I was homeless I came across a wide range of people. With stories that deserve to be told. Maybe these poems will change something.... Maybe they won't.... All that matters is that they change you."
"Oh the Truth"
Uncharted Love is the third installment in a collection of feelings and emotions laced with sensual simplicity of thought. It is meant to open the mind and heart to the exploration of the unknown possibilities of love.
The Passages of Love is the second installment in a collection of feelings and emotions laced with sensual simplicity of thought. It is meant to extract the natural juices from an uninhibited place.
Poe: The Delirious Eye is a spoken-word album inspired by the poetry of Edgar Allen Poe. Mesmerizing soundscapes accompany the poetic dialog throughout the 13 tracks. A rich mix of swirling melodies, electronic embellishments, and dreamy sequences encompass avant-garde, experimental, and instrumental radiance. These storytelling poetics should be fascinating for anyone interested in verses set to music. The spoken-word delivery by Louis Biggie is pensive and exquisitely emotive, encompassing enraptured, brooding, and cinematic tones that rise to apogees of aural delight.
This poignant Obie Award-winning comedy unfolds in New York City on the day the Pope is expected to visit. Hearts are palpitating in the sleepy borough of Queens, but not entirely on account of His Holiness. Bunny Flingus, a femme-fatale from Flushing (or thereabouts) is stirring things up in the quiet, unfulfilled life of aspiring songwriter Artie Shaughnessy. Artie longs to leave his unhappy marriage, elope with Bunny, and write a hit song that will top the charts.
Langston Hughes' character Jesse B. Simple comes to life in 12 great performances by Nap "Don't Forget the Blues" Turner in Hughes Views of the Blues, from Right on Rhythm. This is a release that belongs in every library and in every American literature curriculum.
"I know Jess B. Simple... We all do!"
Here is Neil Simon’s acclaimed semi-autobiographical Eugene Trilogy, including Brighton Beach Memoirs. In the first installment of the trilogy, 14-year-old Eugene is preoccupied by his passion for the Yankees and his lust for his beautiful cousin. Biloxi Blues, The second hilarious installment of the Eugene Trilogy follows our naïve hero and his sadistic drill sergeant through boot camp in Biloxi, Mississippi.
"Two Excellent Performances of a Great Trilogy"
In a white fur coat, "The Queen of the Blues" sits on her luggage outside a Las Vegas hotel. It is 1959; the legendary star cannot enter the hotel without a white escort. So Dinah Washington, in her inimitable style, takes a long pull from her flask and starts kicking up a fuss. Yvette Freeman reprises her Obie award-winning performance in this passionate play that reminds us "What a Difference a Day Makes". Features songs made famous by Dinah Washington and performed in the play by Yvette Freeman.
Moris Meterlink ( 29 avgusta 1862, Gent - 6 maja (po nekotorym istochnikam - 5-go maja) 1949, Nicca) - bel'gijskij pisatel', dramaturg i filosof. Laureat Nobelevskoj premii po literature za 1911. Avtor filosofskoj skazki-pritchi "Sinjaja ptica", posvjashhennoj vechnomu poisku chelovekom neprehodjashhego simvola schast'ja i poznanija bytija - Sinej pticy.