Ken (Kenawari) left his village in the Niger Delta region many years ago, carrying with him emotional scars. However, he did make a life for himself in the city and built a reputation as a slick troubleshooter in inter-village disputes, of which there were many. He was one of the best operators on the books of the private security firm he worked for.
Then it happened. There was trouble in his tribal home. Reluctantly he agreed to return. Not only has he got to settle a dispute that resulted in kidnapping, and tread gingerly through the political minefield of the region - including local robber barons, but he also has to face the most fearsome obstacles of all - his past.
fosebooks proudly presents the fantastic fosebook smokestack eBook. This is an exciting, thoughtful and dense book consisting of photography and poetry with an edge. A thin volume that weighs a ton. The focus is on the urban, the industrial, the bluesy and the beat-ish, with a variety of different styles. It's a free download!
There will hopefully also be a paperback version available at Lulu for $8.06. All revenues will go to WWF, which gives you yet another reason (among many) to buy it.
Included in fosebook smokestack is photography from J.B. Krost and poetry from Megan Duffy, Anders Enochsson, Jenny Enochsson, Peter Greene, Francis Scudellari and A’keith Walters.
and purchase DOING CARTWHEELS ON DOOMSDAY AFTERNOON by John Yamrus. It is a collection of delightful and refreshing, thought-provoking and sensual poems, employing an "everyday everyman's" motif of words. It is truly outstanding.
It is my privilege to be a collaborative member of the blog Flowers of Sulfur. Recently, the first FOS anthology has been made available as a free e-edition (please see the link below) with the print version soon to follow.
This anthology showcases the great artistic and poetic talent that can be found on the blog. It's members offer the brilliant colors of literary and visual creations, a sustenance often lacking on the table of daily living.