Sculpting Fire : A Poetic Journey Into Blasphemy at the Turn of the 21st Century
by Keith Hell


Overview - Sculpting Fire: A Poetic Journey Into Blasphemy at the Turn of the 21st Century is a fragmented, sometimes chaotic look into life that most people today have never experienced and few could ever fully understand. Written during an isolated and harsh existence, this book is a hammer of reality that not only happened to Keith, but still happens to a surprising number of people in impoverished areas.  Read more...

 
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Overview
Sculpting Fire: A Poetic Journey Into Blasphemy at the Turn of the 21st Century is a fragmented, sometimes chaotic look into life that most people today have never experienced and few could ever fully understand. Written during an isolated and harsh existence, this book is a hammer of reality that not only happened to Keith, but still happens to a surprising number of people in impoverished areas. It depicts a largely ignored demographic in America: the poor rural youths who never had a chance to dream of a quiet life, pension, or a pile of grandbabies. Keith will be the first to admit that he never dreamed of living to see his thirtieth birthday. It is a glimpse at a world where you know, almost from birth, that the deck is stacked against you. It is about what happens when you make a few poor choices in a small town, politically corrupt town. And perhaps most importantly, this book is an example of how words can become a conduit for escape in the midst of sheer madness. Stylistic choices have been left mostly intact from the original journals. I encourage you to read closely, as each word and phrase was a very deliberate decision. It will reveal some scary truths and harsh realities about addiction, prison, and the path that leads an individual to these places. If you are a person who bets against the odds then please enjoy, because this is a book that never should have been completed. Yet it was.


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  • ISBN-13: 9780996032810
  • ISBN-10: 0996032819
  • Publisher: Bmf.Publishing, LLC
  • Publish Date: April 2015
  • Page Count: 60
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.14 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.22 pounds


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