“We are not descended from fearful men,” the box filled with wires and lights says to her as she sits, waiting, on the anniversary. She stares into its eyes. This is the sign . . .
Watch Ron Kovic — author of the best-selling classic Born on the Fourth of July as well as his new memoir Hurricane Street — speak honoring Bruce Springsteen at the 32nd annual Kennedy Center Honors in Washington, DC.
Fans of Ian F. Svenonius, take note: Ian is embarking on a nationwide tour to promote Censorship Now!!
Everyone knew. My mother never tried to hide who she was . . .
Johnny was barely fourteen when he started drinking . . .
Check out Dance of Days to learn more about DC’s revolutionary music scene.
“A congressman, a senator, and a lobbyist walk into a bar.” Rich tipped his beer in the direction of the bar’s latest arrivals. “Anyplace else that would be the start of a joke. Here it’s business as usual . . .”
The November 10, 2013 issue of the New York Times features five Akashic authors: Lucian Perkins, Bernice L. McFadden, Edwidge Danticat, Colin Channer, and Elizabeth Nunez!
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