A COLLECTION OF POEMS
Twilight Dances is a collection of poems which explores the dark side of the human experiment in a serious lyrical fashion. In it the author allows thanatos, or the instinct toward a worldly death, take over and color many of the poems from various points of view, and people, some even from a comical perspective. The book is divided into three parts: Identity and Aspiration; People Known and Dreamed; Observations of Culture. There are a total of 140 poems in rhymed and free verse forms. The style is spare and transparent, though sometimes bordering on the lyrical and romantic. This is decidedly not a light read.
by Ron Kozloff (Author)
SHOOT ME IN THE HEAD: A MEMOIR
The chronicles of someone who did all of the right things at the wrong time and all of the wrong things at the right time, and how he has thrived to tell about it.