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Dam'Um: Song of the Vam Pyr's Blood Junky

Dam'Um: Song of the Vam Pyr's Blood Junky     

by Stavros
Price: $16.98

Book Website:  http://www.crazyduckpress.com

386 Pages, Paperback, 6 x 9

ISBN-10: 0-9828121-1-6
ISBN-13: 978-0-9828121-1-2

An intense journey of obsession and love that will leave you breathless! This premiere novel of the One Blood series was conceived as a single epic tale that spans the entire chronicle. Each book in the One Blood series is designed to reveal a deeper richly layered vision as mysteries build, characters evolve, and plots thicken. Blood Junky weaves through the consciousness of time, flawlessly incorporating historically accurate places, people, and events with meticulous detail and lyrical fiction, as it spins an intricate web of vivid memoir and struggling passions, giving this most beloved genre new pathos and myths from which any story can be told.


About The Author

Notorious Poet. Fool. Born in Washington DC. Raised in Southern Maryland, Stavros fled the Chesapeake Bay area as soon as he was able, only to return, after spending years in the desert. He is an accomplished performing poet and was the editor of The Independent Underground Newspaper. In 2001, he created the Poetry Television Project for public cable access in Albuquerque, NM. Before its demise, Ptv produced eight volumes of its groundbreaking series, helped to launch magazines, sponsored a monthly poetry series, and produced the political compilation, Poetic Democracy. Stavros wrote music for, edited, and directed the award-winning documentary film, Committing Poetry in Times of War. He is a photographer and graphic designer whose work has appeared globally. As a musician and sound engineer, he makes noise with melody, soothing his soul with the guitar a monk gave him. He writes in seclusion, is a dreamer, has two kids, and is addicted to Tea.



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