Baxter's Friends by Ned Randle

Baxter’s Friends (218 pages), by Ned Randle, is a work of literary fiction about three middle-aged male friends whose lives are spinning out of control. Baxter’s Friends is a finalist in the ForeWord Firsts Contest, sponsored by ForeWord Magazine. “We want our writers, our poets, our storytellers to make rainbows, not black or white or…

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Running at Night by Ned Randle

Running at Night: Collected Poems 1976-2012 (106 pages) is a collection of fifty-nine poems from the past thirty-three years of poet Ned Randle’s life. “At their best, Randle’s poems evoke a connection with the land that reads as true and absolute. He solidifies the thoughts and lives of imagined earlier inhabitants with grace and empathy, such…

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One Gay American by Dennis Milam Bensie

One Gay American (242 pages), is a memoir by theatrical wigmaker Dennis Milam Bensie about growing up gay in small-town America. One Gay American was a finalist in the 2013 Indie Excellence Awards and 2013 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. The Advocate voted Bensie’s first memoir, Shorn: Toys to Men, “One of the Best Overlooked…

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