It started as a joke -- but it’s not funny anymore.
Even though Ezra’s got good friends and can make everyone laugh, he feels like he’s invisible, both at home and at school. To make things worse, he’s the only kid in his group without a phone -- left out of plans and shared jokes and games. Finally, at the end of fifth grade, his parents come through.
Published: Blackstone Publishing - November 1st, 2022
It started as a joke--but it's not funny anymore.
Even though Ezra's got good friends and can make everyone laugh, he feels like he's invisible, both at home and at school. To make things worse, he's the only kid in his group without a phone--left out of plans and shared jokes and games. Finally, at the end of fifth grade, his parents come through.
Published: North Point Press - September 14th, 2010
For a decade, Suburban Nation has given voice to a growing movement in North America to put an end to suburban sprawl and replace the last century's automobile-based settlement patterns with a return to more traditional planning.
**THE INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER** "The Minimalists show you how to disconnect from our conditioned material state and reconnect to our true essence: love people and use things. This is not a book about how to live with less, but about how to live more deeply and more fully."
Published: Hansen Publishing Group, LLC - October 11th, 2010
Gregg Barrios latest collection of poems La Causa is a fascinating interplay of the eras, voices, and regions of AztlAn, all in a simultaneous dialogue with each other. La Causa is an evolution in time, maturity, political sophistication, and expectation an invaluable document to any artistic or historical study of the soul of El Movimiento.
Published: Hansen Publishing Group, LLC - May 1st, 2009
RANCHO PANCHO, a two-act play, explores the turbulent and passionate relationship between playwright Tennessee Williams and lover Pancho Rodriguez, who inspired the character of Stanley Kowalski in A Street Car Named Desire.
Published: Hansen Publishing Group, LLC - November 25th, 2015
Gregg Barrios captures the heady times of living and loving in Los Angeles in the 1980s in his play I-DJ. The play is a coming of age story of a gay Mexican-American dance club DJ Amado Guerrero Paz (aka Warren Peace). This two-act play takes place in one evening even though the story covers the decades of the 1960s to the '80s.
In The Art of the Jewish Family, Laura Arnold Leibman examines five objects owned by a diverse group of Jewish women who all lived in New York in the years between 1750 and 1850: a letter from impoverished Hannah Louzada seeking assistance; a set of silver cups owned by Reyna Levy Moses; an ivory miniature owned by Sarah Brandon Moses, who was born enslaved and became one of the wealthiest