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An Alien's Guide to Sears and Roebuck

Don Elwell


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The dimension project was a scientific triumph: a way to explore parallel universes and other worlds. But when the chief anthropologist finds herself stranded in the American Midwest in the 1900's-- perhaps forever--her very survival depends on blending into society. She can pass as human. . . .barely, but finding a life and a future in a strange, beautiful, and primitive culture will tax every ounce of her abilities. Fortunately, Eleli is long on abilities, and even more fortunately, she's found the Sears and Roebuck catalog.

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Publication Date:
Mar 16 2016
ISBN/EAN13:
1530389259 / 9781530389254
Page Count:
242
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Science Fiction / General


The Coyote Trilogy

Don Elwell



 
 

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     The plays of the Coyote Trilogy ("Coyote," "Cyberpunk Opera," and "Dub for Babylon")
had their origins in the LA Coffeehouses of the late 1980's. The three intertwined,
weirdly-prophetic plays presage the development of virtual living, sentient computers,
and the general nature of who you are and what it means to be human in an
increasingly dehumanizing world.
     "Coyote"-Five characters: a Hollywood producer, an angry vet, a dreamer, a girl with
no memories, and a girl full of illusions, navigate the increasingly hostile machine of
Los Angeles in the 1980's, attended by the ever-present figure of the trickster god,
Coyote.
     "Cyberpunk Opera"--It's 2026, and just who ARE you anyway? In a world peopled
by master programmers, intelligent computers, sentient avatars, cops and religious
wackos and hackers and cybergeeks, the concept of what is "real" and what is
"human" can get more than a bit blurry, especially when love is thrown into the mix.
     "Dub For Babylon"--In a repressive future, in a world increasingly fragmented by
religion, wealth, and identity, the followers of the Mad Prophet Verlaine hatch a
scheme to buy the denizens of both the real and virtual worlds a little patch of
freedom, and maybe, just maybe, a future we can all live with.



Publication Date:
May 10 2011
ISBN/EAN13:
146117340X / 9781461173403
Page Count:
174
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
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Drama / General

The Essential Victorian Americana

Don Elwell, Editor

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A compendium of some of the very best--and most readable--authors from 19th Century America, including works by Twain, London, Whitman, and Thoreau.



Publication Date:
Dec 20 2014
ISBN/EAN13:
1453815953 / 9781453815953
Page Count:
748
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
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Literary Collections / American / General

The Ganymeade Protocol

Don Elwell

The Ganymeade Protocol,

 Revised Edition


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Katie has a problem. As a young woman in an increasingly repressive world, it seems every day more options are closed to her, and surprising changes in her relationship with her girlhood friend Sandy are apt to land both of them in a state reeducation camp. When her stepfather begins making noises about "finding her a suitable husband." Kate knew she had to do something. What that something would be is a bit of an issue. The newly unified Europe is off limits to Americans, as are the shining cities of Surinam and Venezuela, and crossing the heavily fortified Canadian border is out of the question. But out on the warming waters of the Gulf and Caribbean sails The Fleet, a collection of small boats with its roots in the pirates of the early 19th century. it is a place of artists and rebels and iconoclasts, of dangerous free spirits and pirates, circling endlessly in the waters, rafting when they can, sailing when they must. The righteous government of America hates them with a passion. It's said, in the Fleet, you can be anything you say you are. It's said, in the Fleet, there are no rules, no judgments, only the freedom to be who you are. And out at the docks sits the little sailboat Ganymeade, lovingly built by Kate and her late Father before the cancer had eaten him. Kate has a plan. A plan to escape with Sandy, a plan to be free, and despite the threat of insane governments, religious wackos, and looming natural disasters, a plan to, just maybe, become part of something greater than herself. She calls it the Ganymeade Protocol.


Publication Date:
Mar 02 2006
ISBN/EAN13:
1530474787 / 9781530474783
Page Count:
196
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5" x 8"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
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Fiction / General


In The Shade

Don Elwell

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The descent begins one day when you find that you’re one of the invisibles. That you’re living at someone else’s address, using someone else’s phone, doing libraries and public kiosks for e-mail and the like. The car dies, and there’s no money to fix it. Eventually somebody tows it, and there’s no money to retrieve it. All your credit accounts have long since maxxed out and gone. You’re so stressed and so tired you find you don’t care, and that is the first step into shadow. But when two self-described shadow people at the fringe of society notice a man one day on a busy college town street, a man that no one else seems to be able to see, they open a door into a parallel world, one living in the midst of our own, and the implications rattle the very foundations of what is "real." Published here for the first time, "In the Shade" is Don Elwell's disturbing and weirdly hopeful novella of vampires, ghosts, and the world we refuse to see.


Letters from Lotusland

Ian Whitcomb 





Ian Whitcomb, One Hit Wonder British Invader of the 1960s and teen heart-throb, never went home. Instead he tried to settle down in Los Angeles County where, over the years, he produced a Grammy-winning CD, wrote songs for movies, auditioned for butler roles in TV commercials, had and lost dogs, married successfully, and continued to play his ukulele as the ship went down. Now the entire soap opera (1996--2008), roped together in hard copy with appropriate photos, can be relished as a roller coaster of self-pity, vaunting and failed ambition, jealousy, bathos and pathos, culminating in a Big Dream. In other words, this is a comedy book. Mainline Show Biz may have passed Whitcomb by but here in these precious pages he creates his own world of heroes and villains with himself as King in order to get sweet revenge through the twisted lingo of his India rubber sword.



  • Paperback: 522 pages
  • Publisher: Wild Shore Press (February 9, 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 057803610X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0578036106
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.2 x 9 inches 
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