Did Beatniks Kill John F. Kennedy?: Bongo Joe's Requiem for the President (Paperback)

For forty years, George “Bongo Joe” Coleman beat his oil barrel drums and improvised songs to the delight of sidewalk audiences in Houston, Galveston, Fort Worth, and San Antonio. On the morning of November 22, 1963, he was playing at the infamous beatnik nightclub “The Cellar” in Fort Worth, and his music became part of the soundtrack of the Kennedy assassination. Rob Johnson’s book includes never-before-revealed details of the assassination

Childhood Legends: Treasure Seekers (Paperback)

X marks the spot… The thought of what I might discover when I open the old trunk is intriguing, and I sense an exciting adventure is waiting on the other side of the dust-covered lid. I’m not disappointed. Inside the trunk, I find great-great-grandpa Giovanni’s journal which contains a code that Genius is able to decipher. The markings in the journal lead us to a hidden map and the adventure

Viscous Expectations : Justice, Vulnerability, the Ob-Scene

Orchestrating text and color photography through the lens of vulnerability, Cara Judea Alhadeff explores embodied democracy as the intersection of technology, aesthetics, eroticism, and ethnicity. She demonstrates the potential for social resistance and a rhizomatic reconceptualization of community rooted in difference and a socio-erotic ethic of ambiguity that disrupts codified normalcy. Within the context of global corporatocracy, international development, the pharma-addictive health industry, petroleum-parenting, and arts-as-entertainment, she scrutinizes the emancipatory

Secret Passages of Stevie the Guide

AY CARAMBA! THIS BOOK IS WILD! If you are looking for a boring, “churchy” book on missions, go find something else! This guy is going to take a crowbar to your stained glass notions of who and what a missionary is and where he comes from. It will absolutely rattle the cage and shake up the sleepers on the back row of any church, and even on the street outside.

To Visit Earth (Hardcover)

Nobody knows the destructive power of a comet better than lunar geologist Lucy Grappelli. Now her colleague is missing and she’s injured, trapped inside their crashed and dying exploration vehicle. With the commander’s unheeded words of caution still ringing in her ears, arrogance may yet prove to be her downfall. The base team are working flat out, but she already knows they don’t have the equipment to retrieve her at