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  • Destiny of a War Veteran

    by Sal Atlantis Phoenix

    PublishAmerica

    $24.95 List Price

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    Reading: Sal Atlantis Phoenix “Destiny of a War Veteran”

    Join local author Sal Atlantis Pheonix for a reading + book signing event for his novel Destiny of a War Veteran. Destiny of a War Veteran depicts the life of Joe, a conscientious Vietnam War veteran. Joe is tempted to participate in Middle Eastern and international politics, compelled by the illusion…

    Join local author Sal Atlantis Pheonix for a reading + book signing event for his novel Destiny of a War Veteran. Destiny of a War Veteran depicts the life of Joe, a conscientious Vietnam War veteran. Joe is tempted to participate in Middle Eastern and international politics, compelled by the illusion of establishing freedom and democracy. The subject matter of the story is serious and tends towards the realistic side of the aftermath of war. Sal Atlantis Phoenix is a local author from New York, NY and this is his first novel with PublishAmerica.

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  • Reading: “In Our Own Tongues: An Inclusive Radical Queer Feminist Reading” With Red Washburn, Wazina Zondon, Christina Olivares, Anwar Uhuru, and Amy Karp

    This inclusive event showcases the voices of five radical queer feminist writers and educators, based in NYC. This reading celebrates the recent premiere of the HBO documentary, The OUT List, in which Wazina Zondon’s interdisciplinary work, Coming Out Muslim, is featured and the release of Red …

    This inclusive event showcases the voices of five radical queer feminist writers and educators, based in NYC. This reading celebrates the recent premiere of the HBO documentary, The OUT List, in which Wazina Zondon’s interdisciplinary work, Coming Out Muslim, is featured and the release of Red Washburn’s poetry collection, Crestview Tree Woman. In addition, it honors poets Christina Olivares, Anwar Uhuru, and Amy Karp. Their writing explores various themes, including the intersections of feminism, queerness, faith, and spirituality; inherited memory, genealogical meaning, and intercultural experience; and oppression, fragmentation, representation, and politicization.

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