Endless Shout

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$35.00  $32.20
Publisher
Inventory Press
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Pages
226
Dimensions
7.2 X 0.4 X 9.2 inches | 1.5 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
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9781941753163
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About the Author

Fred Moten is the author of All THAT BEAUTY (Letter Machine Editions, 2019), THE BODY IN LANGUAGE: AN ANTHOLOGY (Counterpath Press, 2019), THE SERVICE PORCH (Letter Machine Editions, 2016), THE FEEL TRIO (Letter Machine Editions, 2016), THE UNDERCOMMONS: FUGITIVE PLANNING & BLACK STUDY (Autonomedia, 2013), HUGHSON'S TAVERN (Leon Works, 2008), B Jenkins, and The Little Edges. He lives in New York and is a professor of Performance Studies at NYU.
John Corbett is a widely recognized jazz scholar and a former artistic director of the Berlin Jazz Festival. He teaches at the Art Institute of Chicago. Anthony Elms is an artist and writer. He is editor of WhiteWalls and assistant director of Gallery 400 at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Terri Kapsalis is a Chicago-based writer, performer, and founding member of Theater Oobleck. She teaches at the Art Institute of Chicago.
Born and brought up in Wales, Jennie Jones loved anything with a romantic element from an early age. At eighteen, she went to drama school in London then spent a number of years performing in British theatres, becoming someone else two hours, eight performances a week. Jennie wrote her first romance story at the age of twenty five whilst 'resting' (a theatrical term for 'out of work'). She wrote a western! But nobody wanted it. Before she got discouraged a musical theatre job came up and Jennie put writing to one side. She now lives in Western Australia, a five minute walk to the beach that she loves to look at but hardly ever goes to - too much sand. Jennie returned to writing four years ago. She says writing keeps her artistic nature dancing and her imagination bubbling. Like acting, she can't envisage a day when it will ever get boring.