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Sarah, an early twenties writer for a respected San Francisco literary journal, is getting more and more recognition in the art world. As her budding status slowly climbs into the upper echelon, so does her punishing consumption of alcohol. Sarah soon finds herself about to be terminated at the journal due to her extreme indulgences with drinking libations. Sarah decides to take to the road all by herself for wanted escape and freedom, as well as to ponder her conflicted relationship with her boyfriend Theo.
After many provocative and dubious romps with many friends who she visits in select cities around America, Sarah soon accepts her addiction to alcohol and seeks to sober up. Sarah's passion for literature and indie music helps her sail along the many difficult and lonely miles around the country.
Under These Stars is a contemplative road odyssey that shakes the beehive of post-college, early-career existence and distributes sweet honey to all who seek to better their damaging, cyclic ways.
Tony R. Rodriguez, simplicity regurgitated: poems and shorts.
Madness. Over the span of two months, Rodriguez records each subconscious moment of his inquisitive dream life. He unravels a journey impregnated with mad living and the struggles of one preaching a universal faith. On his enlightened pilgrimage, Rodriguez battles the living dead, struggles through an engagement, exposes the tumultuous emotions of a man fascinated with a vivacious lesbian, and questions the roles of men and women in the dating scenes of today. Rodriguez invites readers to create prophetic bliss whenever inspiration explodes. His Catholic mysticism follows the same madness as Saint Augustine and Jack Kerouac. Rodriguez is truly a voice within a generation of writers seeking a change in Literature.
Set in San Francisco's Visitacion Valley District, as well as infesting throughout the City, Desi Marquiso - the protagonist and essentially the ardent spokesperson for the ideology of art for the sake of art - struggles between college, work, and his failed relationship with his true love, Elena Marie. Desi takes the reader through a fierce twenty-four hours filled with interminable spells of poetic creation and provocatively intoxicating mistakes - the same mistakes willing college students generally make today. His love for poetry eventually pulls him through his poor judgements and leads him back to the Faith on which he was raised. The essential purpose of this novel: Show readers that everyone is a poet, even if the person doesn't write.
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