.tech is a free e-book of poetry about technology, artificial intelligence, video games, and computers. Several of the poems are actually composed in programming languages and can actually be run.
The poems discuss a digital mindscape, telling a story of how technology affects many aspects of our lives, both in fantasy and reality.
The book is published free on scribd. A stylized audio version of one of the poems, building can be found on my blog. building is about how assembling a computer and bringing it to life resembles an act of mystic creation.
4:Play – A contemporary cocktail of erotic short stories
4:Play captures the deliciousness of sexual fulfillment, the adventure of conquest, and the mystery of unexplored territory.
Among these progressive stories, a brother and sister try to make sense of the sexual love they share; a demure young woman encounters an incubus; and two friends strike up a stimulating discussion that acts as the perfect aphrodisiac.
With a scope and style that is fresh and compelling, 4:Play dives into the depths of navigating gender, sexuality, and the lines of desire.
About the Author
Jess believes that the erotic nature of human beings continues to evolve, along with the human species itself. She is currently 1/4 of the way through the first draft of her next book.
Her website is www.jesscscott.com.
$3.99 (free in August, promo code JE43R)
JFK: Lines of Fire is a sequence of dramatic documentary vignettes culled from the literature concerning the assassination of President Kennedy.
David has published a second collection of poetry Glued To The Sky which includes both narrative and lyric poems concerning group identity and gender issues in a wide variety of forms.