"Twoxism" by Claudia Serea & Maria Haro now available for pre-ordering!
TWOXISM by Claudia Serea & Maria Haro
What began as a poem-photo collaboration project between two life-long friends—Maria Haro, a visual artist, and Claudia Serea, a poet—resulted in a refreshing lyricism of urban photography and poetry....
116 pages | 6" x 9" | Color | ISBN 978-1-926716-53-4 (pbk.) | $20.00 | Info Sheet
*Ships in January 2019
READING & SIGNING | MEET THE AUTHOR
Jonathan R. Cohen author of "In Nietzsche's Footsteps"
December 13, 18:30
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Farmington Public Library
117 Academy St, Farmington, ME
"LOCK 7" by Dean Serravalle now available...
Available for pre-order December 2018
| LADY, YOU SHOT ME
by Darren C. Demaree
75 pages | 5" x 8" | ISBN 978-1-926716-52-7 (pbk.) | $14.88 | Info Sheet
| THE WAR OF NONEXISTENT WOMEN
by Jason Price Everett
5.5 x 8 | 220 pages | ISBN 978-1-926716-51-0 | $18.88 | Info Sheet
by Claudia Serea & Maria Haro
116 pages | 6" x 9' | Color | ISBN 978-1-926716-53-4 (pbk.) | $20.00 | Info Sheet
"In Nietzsche's Footsteps" by Jonathan R. Cohen now available!
Announcing "In Nietzsche's Footsteps" by Jonathan R. Cohen
8th House Publishing is proud to announce the upcoming release of In Nietzsche's Footsteps - a thrilling, vicarious journey through Nietzsche's favorite haunts and an earnest discussion and pragmatic reflection on elements in his philosophy - in stores November 5, 2018 and available for pre-order today.
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IN STORES November 5, 2018. Order today and save 25%
PRODUCT INFORMATION: IN NIETZSCHE'S FOOTSTEPS by Jonathan R. Cohen
Dimensions: 5. 5 x 8 | Format: Paperback | Page Count: 248 | Price: $ 24.99 | ISBN 978-1-926716-48-0 | RELEASE Nov. 5, 2018
In Nietzsche's Footsteps is a fascinating, vicarious journey through Nietzsche's favorite haunts: Nice, France; Turin, Italy; and Sils Maria, Switzerland. Within the author's personal reflection lies a pragmatic rumination on the many aspects of Nietzsche's philosophy that arise throughout the voyage. What does it mean to remain an individual while nurturing the bonds that make life worth living, chiefly those we have with family? Along the way, we explore this quandary as well as the foundational elements of Nietzsche's philosophy, considering the ways in which our own culture may or may not have followed in his ever-reverberating footsteps.
In a book that will appeal to academics and enthusiasts alike, Nietzsche's complex philosophical ideas are accessibly framed as they arise in the day-to-day, so that we may tackle the question of what it is to lead a meaningful life, both as individuals and alongside those we love.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
JONATHAN R. COHEN is a professor of philosophy at the University of Maine Farmington. His first book was Science, Culture, and Free Spirits: A Study of Nietzsche's Human, All-Too-Human (Humanity Books, 2010), and his next project concerns Nietzsche's philosophy of music. With their four kids currently scattered up and down the East Coast, together he and his wife maintain a stretch of the Appalachian Trail.
The author is available for media interviews and readings/discussions, and will be presenting his work at a number of venues in Canada and the U.S. Please contact the publisher for more information.
In NIETZSCHE's FOOTSTEPS will be available as of November 5, 2018 through distributors and major book retailers everywhere. Discounted pre-ordering is also available.
Craig Wells author of The Blasphemous Bible interviewed tonight...
THE BLASPHEMOUS BIBLE by Craig Wells
"The entire King James bible written irreverently and satirically."
Rewritten in their entirety, these blasphemous new and old testaments are an attempt at a reversal of morals--a dialectical approach to the truth in which the opposite is mirrored against the established with the goal of producing a new transcendent truth uniting the two contradictory views.
8th House Publishing is proud to announce the upcoming release of Jonathan R. Cohen's "In Nietzsche's Footsteps".
Nick Murray interviews asks poets to wax on their favorite poems in honor of National Poetry Month.
"In celebration of that I contacted several influential literary figures in the area and had them recommend their favourite poems and/or poems that have inspired them or affected them in a way so as to make those poems memorable and worthy of sharing."
EMILY AS WE PLANTED THE LILY ABOVE THE VALLEY by Darren C. Demaree featured in Forage Poetry. Read it here.
8th House Publishing is proud to announce the advance sales launch of Craig Wells' "The Blasphemous Bible".
Due to high demand, we are allowing our customers to reserve copies before the official launch in April. Rewritten in their entirety, these blasphemous new and old testaments are an attempt at a reversal of morals--a dialectical approach to the truth in which the opposite is mirrored against the established with the goal of producing a new transcendent truth uniting the two contradictory views.
"The entire King James bible written irreverently and satirically.""
“. . . a means of challenging zealots to read their own holy books and possibly force them to consider the harder questions and contradictions contained therein, the author decided to rewrite the Bible. Years of indefatigable work later, The Blasphemous Bible was created. All the many stories, verses, and ‘facts’ contained in the Bible are here rewritten with no apology for the obvious wickedness, cruelties, atrocities, and overall unbelievable fallacies it may be said to chronicle.”
The book will be officially released in April and is now available for pre-ordering.
Afropunk features "God's Wife and the Synonymous X" by Jesse Chase
Novel explores how imperialism & racism erase History, and how to decolonize our minds...Novel explores how imperialism & racism erase History, and how to decolonize our minds...
God’s Wife and the Synonymous X is the first novel by writer Jesse Chase. An existential novel that follows a male protagonist while they try to develop a new analytical methodology for decolonizing the black mind as it pertains to “inhuman ideologies and oppressive technologies”.
An experimental piece of semi-autobiographical fiction, the prose read as a version of stream of consciousness that defies standard (read: Western) grammar standards and formatting and slipping into poetic stanzas at will.
“the characters deal with homelessness, mental health issues, latent shamanism, the streets, police, dismantling patriarchy, identifying the origin of slut shaming of god’s wife, the last western goddess before monotheism asherah aka ishtar aka esther aka mary aka the black madonna. the book is a tribute to the black madonna as a symbol of alterity,” Chase tells AFROPUNK.com