Books

Retrospect/ed

by Charly Fasano featuring music by Lucero

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Retrospect/ed” is a multimedia collaboration of storytelling, block printing and film between poet and artist Charly Fasano and Memphis, Tennessee’s Lucero. It is a It is available as a 7 inch vinyl record that includes an illustrated book, mp3 download code as well as bonus tracks of the first 7 inch Charly Fasano and Lucero released in 2006 and a hand pulled linocut block print that appears in the book. It is also available as a pocket book that will include a mp3 download code.

Along with poems and block printed illustrations, there are QR Codes placed throughout the books that, when scanned with a cellphone or tablet, will link you to three films and audio tracks of Fasano reading the poems accompanied by Lucero. QR Code scanners are readily available applications that you can get for free.

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Beauty Parlors, Train Yards and Everything in Between

Grab a copy of my new book! I have been included in an anthology with George Wallace, David Smith and Jason Ryberg. 4 poets 200 pages. It’s quite the publication. Out now on Spartan Press. Available now at Prospero’s Books (KC) and . . .

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Not Good With Names

by Charly Fasano featuring music by Malamadre.

NOT GOOD WITH NAMES is an illustrated collection of thirty poems based on thirty linocut block print portraits by artist Charly Fasano. It includes a download code to listen to a recording of Fasano reading the book in its entirety featuring the music of MALAMADRE.

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DENVER

by Ken Arkind

Illustrated by Charly Fasano

Denver is a chapbook-length poem by Ken Arkind illustrated by a collection of linocut block prints by Charly the city mouse Fasano. Denver is a meticulous tour of a city cursed by its history and geography. It is a bar by bar, neighborhood by neighborhood walk of triggered memories and self-destruction. Denver is about a city that continually attempts to search for an identity, but in doing so, collectively buries its true character in the bottom of a glass and passes out before last call.

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EXCUSE ME, I THINK YOU DROPPED YOUR DREAMS

by Charly Fasano

A collection of poetry, recordings, block prints, and short films. The poems in this book are complimented with QR codes that can be scanned to access the accompanying multimedia content on a “smart phone” or tablet

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Next Analog Broadcast

by Charly Fasano

Next Analog Broadcast is a collection of poems set in the moments following the final shifts from analog to digital media. It is an exploration of everyday situations and observations by characters attempting to find their place in a society driven by automated convenience. Next Analog Broadcast is the story of the human condition in an isolating and ever-changing digital culture that extends the assumption that ultra-reality and high-definition are the only ways to document life experiences and share information. Published by Sunnyoutside Press.

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Snitches Get Stitches

by Charly Fasano

Illustrated by Vincent Cheap

Snitches Get Stitches is Charly the city mouse Fasano’s first book of poems. Illustrated by artist Vincent Cheap.

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