The Conundrum Press lineup of titles includes: "Let the Birds Drink in Peace," Robert Garner McBrearty; "No Stranger Than My Own," Michael J. Henry; "Crazy Chicana in Catholic City," Juliana Aragón Fatula; and "Thread of the Real," Joseph Hutchison. All books available for purchase at www.conundrum-press.com

The Conundrum Press lineup of titles includes: "Let the Birds Drink in Peace," Robert Garner McBrearty; "No Stranger Than My Own," Michael J. Henry; "Crazy Chicana in Catholic City," Juliana Aragón Fatula; and "Thread of the Real," Joseph Hutchison. All books available for purchase at www.conundrum-press.com

Lawrence Ferlinghetti In 1953, with Peter D. Martin, founded City Lights Bookstore, the first all-paperbound bookshop in the country, and by 1955 he had launched the City Lights publishing house.

Lawrence Ferlinghetti In 1953, with Peter D. Martin, founded City Lights Bookstore, the first all-paperbound bookshop in the country, and by 1955 he had launched the City Lights publishing house.

A Light Inside: Slogans, Book Nerd Awesomeness, and the Study of I...

A Light Inside: Slogans, Book Nerd Awesomeness, and the Study of I...

The New Yorker’s Endorsement of President Barack Obama.  "The President has achieved a run of ambitious legislative, social, and foreign-policy successes that relieved a large measure of the human suffering and national shame inflicted by the Bush Administration. Obama has renewed the honor of the office he holds,"  the editors wrote.

October 29 & November 5, 2012 Issue

The New Yorker’s Endorsement of President Barack Obama. "The President has achieved a run of ambitious legislative, social, and foreign-policy successes that relieved a large measure of the human suffering and national shame inflicted by the Bush Administration. Obama has renewed the honor of the office he holds," the editors wrote.

Ferlinghetti interviews Ginsberg outside the Albert Hall before the the International Poetry Incarna

Lawrence Ferlinghetti: ‘Most of the poets were on something, but somebody had to mind the shop’

Ferlinghetti interviews Ginsberg outside the Albert Hall before the the International Poetry Incarna

There are two kinds of folks who sit around thinking about how to kill people: Psychopaths and mystery writers

There are two kinds of folks who sit around thinking about how to kill people: Psychopaths and mystery writers

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