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Brian Ward is Lecturer in American History at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne .; This book is intended for american studies, American history postwar social and cultural history, political history, Black history, Race and Ethnic studies and Cultural studies together with the general trade music.
This is Nick Armbrister's new book, featuring short stories and poetry on a variety of topics, in his Juniper's Daughter series. Juniper's Daughter is a witch with a difference; no flying broom here but a silver flying saucer! She stars in his other novels and her job is to fight evil and save the world. Will she win? Stories like Barren, about a woman banished to a remote island and Fragmented Whole, where a holiday goes badly wrong for three streetwise women, are here. Poetry on many topics, both light (like Damp, a trip outdoors on a rainy day), and dark (like I Become Nothing, a soul searching poem on war) are featured. This book is Nick's first release of 2012 and is in two parts in one volume; poetry and short stories. He is working on a new poetry collection for future release. Over 18 only due to adult content.
Rape Of America exposes the abject failure of our so-called political leaders to stand up for the historical standards and integrity of America and instead pursue their own selfish personal gratification. To add fuel to the fire of America's destruction is hatred between the two parties which has escalated to the point of destroying America.
This distinctive new volume of drama by black British playwrights exemplifies how experiments with form, subject-matter and genre can serve to centralise the experiences of black people in local, national and international contexts of culture, politics and performance. Each play is critically introduced, to create an anthology of interactions - between the people who have long championed the work through teaching and writing about it and the people who produce, perform and explain their intentions behind it. Something Dark by Lemn Sissay is now a set text on Edexcel’s syllabus for A level English Literature and English Language and Literature.
'Get, I'm getting outta here, man, I'm getting outta here, the lines getting blurred - it's blurred - that line between normality and madness is muffled... and rah, I'm getting urges, brov.' Welcome to the world's most unusual talent contest. Behind the scenes, competitors are laughing and brawling, parading their hopes and fears in front of each other, their loves and losses. But there's a bigger fight to be had on stage: who's going to win? The black, the yellow or the brown guy? This hilariously biting satire by Nathaniel Martello-White, directed by Young Vic Artistic Director, David Lan, exposes the highs and lows of making it as a black actor - a 'blackta'.
Bear witness to a psychological vivisection. Blackcloak is the disturbing tale of a fractured, damaged personality set in a land not unlike ancient China. Here, elemental forces are real, dreams can reshape a lifetime and the night is owned by horrifying yet revered entities. Here, two very different halves of the same man are teased out, tempted, examined, cross-examined and eventually reconstructed to form a whole of unprecedented power. Two ambitious women vie for control over this potential weapon: Dhiana, who took his memories in the first place, and Vachaelle, who is determined to mould the boy into a sword of her own. A twisted bildungsroman that takes both paths when the road forks. A psychic interrogation that leaves no door unopened. A killing romp that starts with a single drop of blood…

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