Rev. Branch takes the bones of the old hymn "Farther Along" and creates a new, profoundly personal composition in this undated recording for the Rainbow Gospel Hour we've titled "We'll Understand It By and By."
Omnichord and vocal, Rev. Raymond Branch.
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From the men who brought you Weasels Ripped My Flesh! comes . . .
He-Men, Bag Men & Nymphos, a collection of hi-test vintage men's adventure magazine pulp fiction by the legendary Walter Kaylin, hits bookshelves like a clenched fist this October!
Kaylin, a "writer's writer" whose contributions to men's adventure pulps spanned all three decades of the mags' colorful history, will be known to readers of our Weasels Ripped My Flesh! anthology from the pair of unforgettable Kaylin yarns included there. (And if you're not already a Weasels reader, what are you waiting for?)
He-Men, Bag Men & Nymphos delivers hundreds of pages of classic Kaylin, stories that set the standard for excess, ingenuity and outrageousness in men's pulps and made him both a readers' favorite and the envy of fellow men's adventure scribes like Mario Puzo, John Bowers and Bruce Jay Friedman.
The great Walter Kaylin is finally given his due in this rich, eclectic collection of his most memorable work, presented by MensPulpMags.com's Robert Deis and New Texture's Wyatt Doyle.
There is more to say about Walter Kaylin — much more. But for now, we'll let the cover do the talking.
New Texture writers Andrew Biscontini (nu luna) and Wyatt Doyle (Stop Requested, Weasels Ripped My Flesh!) join novelist Kate Danley (The Woodcutter, Maggie For Hire) for a free-form, open conversation about genre fiction, creative writing and independent publishing — and a generous helping of no-nonsense advice on seeing your creative work through to completion and putting it into print.
Pre-order signed books from the shop; purchases will ship to mail order customers following the event. Plenty of parking on Brand or in the lot behind the shop. Event starts at 7 pm; admission is free.