It’s a story of complicated and thoroughly modern relationships, told in an engagingly twisty (and twisted) way. I recommend it not just from the perspective of “pretty good for a local guy,” but as an excellent first novel. —DC in Detroit
It might be a true story.
It's a Gospel.
A Gospel of a Feminarchy.
FROM THE BACK COVER:
David Anshire sits on the crown of the Statue of Liberty, brought there in a failed effort to find Sarah Montgomery. Years before, he placed a scathing personal ad that brought him to her attention. Both, disillusioned with the relationship bubble, set out to explore an alternative.
Now, law enforcement is coming to get him, to yank him off the head of the Statue. David reconsiders letting his feelings for Sarah get in the way of being more logical and bides his time waiting, hoping that she'll call him, to explain herself, before the police officer negotiating with him loses his patience.
Somewhere in the city, the fire that consumed David's apartment is being extinguished. Somewhere else, the authorities are investigating a riot that broke out in a well to do neighborhood. The all-male participants are having abandonment issues. Sarah is gone and David is going to be a major news story. Again.
THREE CONDOMS FOR SARAH is available through Amazon in trade paperback or kindle edition and through Barnes and Noble and elsewhere fine books are sold.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Eric Wojciechowski lives with his wife and two children in Livonia, Michigan. Usually writing essays and articles in politics, religion, pseudoscience and Woo-Woo. This is his first novel. Some non-fiction work can be seen at SKEPTIC magazine, American Atheists magazine and Free Inquiry magazine. Also writes on politics at the blog, Freedom Cocktail.
Review copies and interviews available upon request.
Media inquiries please contact: email@example.com
|Stirling and Charles English (Photo by Peter Schorn/RockOutShots.com)|
The night will feature original Todd's DJ Charles English spinning music from the '80s for your listening and dancing pleasure. The night is also a party for a good cause, as a portion of the proceeds will benefit the release of a local documentary film.
“AMERICA YOU KILL ME” is a feature-length documentary film about the pioneering work & impact of gay rights activist Jeffrey Montgomery, and the struggle for equality in the midwest. The film is in its final production stages and is scheduled to be released in 2016, once funding is completed. Stirling specifically requested that some of the proceeds go towards this important documentary as it needs to be seen and gay rights was an integral part of the Todd's legacy. The 2014 short film is here: https://vimeo.com/92246156
The history of Todd's was an East Side gay nightclub that welcomed and transitioned into a new wave/punk dance club two nights a week by nightclub impresario Stirling in the early '80s. He then worked his magic at the old Leland House Hotel and transformed its' upstairs club into the subculture enclave Liedernacht on the weekends. This eclectic club hosted techno pioneer Derek May as a DJ followed by punk Djs on Sundays. The club still remains an underground nightspot today as the City Club and is one of the longest running clubs in the city. Stirling also helped found The Majestic Theatre, and the now defunct Sardine Bar, The Warehouse, and live music club 313.jac.
Northern Lights Lounge is located at 660 W. Baltimore in Detroit. (313) 873-1739.www.northernlightslounge.com 21 & Over welcome. $6 cover with a portion of the proceeds to benefit the documentary film “America You Kill Me.” https://www.facebook.com/
The event brings together six local singer-songwriters in one evening of acoustic music for a good cause.
Performing will be:
- AUDRA KUBAT
- ALISON LEWIS
- EMILY ROSE
- MICHELLE HELD
- MIKE GALBRAITH
- MARK BOLOHAN
The donations and proceeds from the event go towards purchasing food and winter clothing items that is distributed to the homeless thru our selected charities:
Outcry Youth & Street Ministry - Brother Joe Hicks has been helping the homeless and youth in Detroit for over a decade. His nights are spent on the streets of downtown helping those less fortunate with the donations he receives. http://
The Congregation of Every 1 - Local artist and philanthropist Jeff Hocking started the secular community group turned charity to help the homeless and also contribute goods to other homeless shelters for people and also animal rescue groups. https://www.facebook.com/
Pet food donations are also collected each year and donated to a non-profit animal rescue shelter.
Hater Kitty Rescue Army (www.HaterKitty.com) is a local cat rescue group who takes care of strays, gets them health checked, and places them in forever homes. www.HaterKitty.com.
The show is on FRIDAY, DEC. 18 at 9 pm. The venue is THE CADIEUX CAFE located at 4300 Cadieux Rd. in Detroit. Please call 313-882-8560. www.cadieuxcafe.com. 21 & over are welcome. Admission is $5 with one can of people or pet food or winter clothing item or $6 without. Boots, blankets, socks and hats are much needed items this year.
UPCOMING (Wed. Nov. 18): "I Am Thor" film screening & live performance by Jon Mikl Thor at Small's in Hamtramck
On Wednesday, November 18 Small's Bar in Hamtramck is hosting an exclusive screening of the documentary "I Am Thor," an official selection of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.
The film will be followed by a performance by the bodybuilding champion and heavy metal singer himself- Jon Mikl Thor and his band THOR.
Jon Mikl Thor was a bodybuilding, steel bending, brick smashing rock star in the 70's & 80's whose theatrical band THOR hit the scene alongside Metallica and Kiss, but never achieved the gold record status of its contemporaries. After a brief but memorable film career saw him starring in the cult classics Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare and Zombie Nightmare, Thor all but disappeared from the entertainment map. But ten years into retirement, and incapable of living like a normal mortal human being, Thor attempts a comeback to achieve the level of success that had eluded him his entire career - a comeback that nearly kills him. Tracing the rise, fall, and rebirth of a determined performer over the course of a career that has seen more than its fair share of highs and lows, I AM THOR paints a fascinating and sometimes unbelievable portrait of this larger-than-life icon.
Date: Wednesday, Nov. 18
Location: SMALL' S BAR located at 10339 Conant, Hamtramck
8 p.m. doors, 9 p.m. film followed by performance
$12 in advance, $15 at the door
Limited seating during the film is available on a first come, first serve basis
Purchase advance tickets HERE.
For more info on the film visit: http://www.iamthormovie.com/
Creating landscapes through sound, music from originators Jeff Mills, Kevin Saunderson, Juan Atkins, Derrick May, Carl Craig, Moodymann, Underground Resistance, Stacey Pullen, Kenny Larkin, Robert Hood, Recloose, Octave One and many more have influenced people the world over, and without them, the music of today would not be what it is. They have also paved the way for newer artists like Seth Troxler, Kyle Hall, Lee Curtiss, Shaun Reeves, Ryan Crosson and Jay Daniel; each artist uniquely taking the melodic and unforgettable sounds of Detroit in to the future.