Other Books by Greenpoint Press:
Between Heaven and Earth
New York writer Doug Garr spent his college and early adult years as a "skydiving slut" - he'd do almost anything for a free jump - leaping from perfectly good airplanes with some of the sport's most notorious and eccentric practitioners.
Call of the Lark
This is the story of a woman who found the courage to change her life -- several times.
Fierce Joy: a Memoir
is a medical mystery, a spiritual adventure, and a love story.
In gOld, Harry J. Getzov introduces us to many of the extraordinary senior citizens he has interviewed from all walks of life as part of the Eldercation project he created to promote the concept of positive aging.
How Not to Greet Famous People
Hello American Lady Creature
How Not to Greet Famous People
The Best Stories from ducts.org
Edited by Jonathan Kravetz and Charles Salzberg
A compilation of the best short stories, poetry, essays, humor and profiles from the first five years of ducts.org.
Long Gone by Richard Willis
Life in the 1930s and '40s on the small family farms in eastern Iowa was threadbare and tough.The best parts of the farm stayed with Richard Willis when he left, while the rest is long gone.
My Daughter, Myself
Compulsively readable, by turns a medical mystery and a haunting family tale, My Daughter, Myself, by acclaimed author Linda Wolfe, chronicles Wolfe's 38-year old daughter's near fatal stroke and remarkable recovery.
New York in the Fifties
By Dan Wakefield
The republication of Dan Wakefield's critically acclaimed memoir of living in New York as a writer in the 1950s.
In advertising, there are mad men. On radio, there are funny men.
Sloth by Mark Goldblatt
"Have you ever tried to convince someone you weren't crazy?" So begins the seduction journal of the unnamed narrator of Sloth.
Starfish by Patty Dann
The Flax women reunite in their old hometown in this long-awaited sequel to Mermaids, the novel that became the cult-classic movie starring Cher, Winona Ryder and Christina Ricci.
Swann's Last Song by Charles Salzberg
Skip tracer Henry Swann cares little about anything but money, so when a beautiful Upper East Side woman shows up in his office and hires him to find her missing husband, Harry Janus, he smiles and takes the case.
The Dude 'Du Jour' of Somalia
In a matter of days I was transported from upper Manhattan to a place with no name, situated at the very edge of the world. Somalia, a place of seemingly endless death, tribal warfare and thousand-year-old vendettas.
The House on Crash Corner: And Other Unavoidable Calamities by Mindy Greenstein
"Through anecdotes that are humorous, moving and sometimes sarcastic, Mindy Greenstein shares her unusual life and sharp insights.
The Man Who Ate His Book
The Best of ducts.org Volume II
By Gene Kraig
A family memoir chronicling the years leading up to and through the incarceration of a Cleveland attorney, as seen through the eyes of his wife, artist/writer Gene Kraig.
We're Not Leaving
a compilation of powerful first-person narratives told from the vantage point of World Trade Center disaster workers.