Moronic Ox Literary and Cultural Journal - Escape Media Publishers / Open Books Advertise your book, CD, or cause in the 'Ox' Novel Excerpts, Short Stories, Poetry, Multimedia, Current Affairs, Book Reviews, Photo Essays, Visual Arts Submissions
Novel Excerpts 2009
From Manhattan (unpublished) by Joe B. Vaughn Jr. From A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Originally published by Chapman and Hall, 1843, Open Books Electronic Edition 2007
Novel Excerpts 2010
From the novella The Mystery of Taiwo da Silva by Omoruyi Uwuigiaren, originally published by BLACK BOOKS NIGERIA, a division of Human Change Communications Company From Noah's Wife by T. K. Thorne, Published by Chalet Publishers, LTD From The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving, originally published in The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon by C. S. Van Winkle, 1819, Open Books Electronic Edition 2007
Novel Excerpts 2011
Short stories 2009
Short stories 2010
"k" by John-Patrick Ayson
Short Stories 2011
Short Stories 2012
"The Loyal Opposition" Environmental Prose & Poetry (Excerpt from the newly-published book) by Keith Ainsworth The Poetry of Donal Mahoney "Charming Bill", "Married Man Shy", "Genocide of Pins", "Jimmy the Blind Man Says He's in Love", "Halloween: Flashlight in the Gangway", "Fresh, Tinned or Frozen", "Tornadoes in the Parlor"
A lifelong passion for Titanic: The Story of a Legend by W. E. Brower Jr.
The Tell Tale Heart adaptation of Edgar Allen Poe's famous short story by Director and Animator Aaron Quinn Interview with Wendell Potter, former VP of Cigna Insurance Health Care About the Practices of the Industry to Undermine Care for Millions PBS interview: Bill Moyers Journal with Bill Moyers
plumtv: Grace Slick An Interview with legendary rock singer & visual artist who frontlined for Jefferson Airplane & Jefferson Starship. Huffington Post Publisher Arianna Huffington suggests that you simply Move Your Money to smaller, local banking institutions. The Picture of Dorian Gray novel by Oscar Wilde, audio text by Aaron Quinn , adapted from Wilde's published version, Read by Basil Soper So It Goes: Kurt Vonnegut's Last Word In August 2006, Kurt Vonnegut was interviewed on public radio from inside the 3-D virtual on-line community Second Life. The broadcast, produced by Lichtenstein Creative Media for "The Infinite Mind" public radio series, was the first to be taped inside a virtual world, and it was the author's last sit-down interview.
Coming Together (Chalet publishers, LLC 2009) by Joyce Norman & Joy Collins Reviewed by Kelly Huddleston Girls Like Me by Teri Louise Kelly (Wakefield Press, 2009);(Open Books, 2010) reviewed by Deb Matthews-Zott Originally published by Transnational Literature Volume 2 No 2 May 2010. Calico Pennants by David A Ross (with author interview!) Reviewed by Candy Beauchamp