Francois Rabelais was a French writer from 16th century whose comic masterpiece, Gargantua, is familiar to every French child, the Beowulf of French literature. Gargantua Now is a version for today's world. Both a parody and a riddling comedy, it is a story of magical reality, starting with the birth and education of the giant Gargantua and ending as a philosophical and psychological commentary on existence. It asks; what is wisdom? And points to the truth beyond labels.
A dead man...a feud between two sisters...a reporter in search of a scoop.
Oh how Lou Brown misses being a poor and miserable failure - he was so free then! This brilliant and hilarious novel is On the Road meets Catcher in the Rye in modern-day Los Angeles.
G. Michael Vasey
A magical struggle for reality - whose reality will prevail?
Stan Pavlov's acting career has literally gone to the dog...
Prepare yourself for a crazy voyage of self-discovery as Giles Morton and his Daehbonk friends battle the sinister Eizus.
Jake hears voices, his own, the world's, and Rex, an A.I. experiment gone feral. A plot ride ensues through science, fractals, art and power...
Alice Kumplunkem can't catch a break - all she wanted was to be a movie star, but life had other plans.
Escaping an abusive marriage, Maddy, a singing telegram performer, is forced to live in her car while trying to raise 100 grand to pay her husband to go away
The First Lady of the United States has grown to loathe her lying, cheating husband. When he wants her to help him get reelected, she secretly flees the White House to seek a life of her own.
It’s what’s inside that counts … or maybe that’s bullshit?