Nov. 29, 2006 – PRESS RELEASE:
San Francisco, Ca, November 29, 2006– Alphar Publishing has signed a deal for “The Progress of Man”, a camp romp within the Republican Party about conflict between Dubya and “We The People”, both struggling with internal crises. Dubya loves his wife Liberty Bell but a tragic dysfunction has sprung from Dubya’s relationship with his God, and his nemesis: “We The People”.
“We the People” repeatedly elect Dubya to vent our parochial desires while the environment decays. Seriousness is illuminated with humor: Dubya completes the resolution of his inner conflicts by joining another secret society, the Knitting Club, a radical men’s group. Dubya appoints the director, Muleskinner, to run the country and contracts Al Gore to wage war on the environment, while he takes Liberty on a second honeymoon to a fall-out shelter. Our self-destructive traits are probed within this biographical portrait of our Dubya.
Alphar is a publisher of outstanding literary fiction that focuses upon inner conflicts, and proudly signs up “Progress” this season, along with “Upland Road” by—-
Dr. Thomas Moore is on a west coast tour from New Zealand to promote his two new novels. He is an experiential author with a sweeping impressionistic style and a wicked sense of humor.
“The Progress of Man: G. W. Bush v. The People”, ISBN# 097860248X by Thomas Moore.
Upland Road (0978602420) is about the redemption of a drunkard’s angry daughter, who is already haunted by grim sexual memories, and determined to marry well. Lil awakes from the drugs and just has to tell Dylan, her love, that she had aborted his child, upon her mother’s inspiration. Then, after years of torment, haunted by a child she has never met, the nightmares slowly give way to reality: What can she do? Natalie, the Limbo child of her nightmares is already reborn and exists too close to her. And now is demanding attention.
Dr. Thomas Moore, Alphar Publishing: V: 510-4100433, 818-2814753
Publicist: Anthony Chaytor: 818-2814753. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org www.alpharpublish.com
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