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Fiction
Author: Richard Jones
ISBN: 0938566830
Subcategory: Poetry
Pages 19 pages
Publisher Adastra Press; 1st edition (January 1, 2000)
Language English
Category: Fiction
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 436
ePUB size: 1887 kb
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eBook The Stone It Lives On download

by Richard Jones


Richard Jones is an American poet. ’The Stone It Lives On’’ (Adastra Press, 2000).

Richard Jones is an American poet. He was born in London, England, received his . from the University of Virginia and an . from Vermont College of Fine Arts. His first book, Country of Air, won the Posner Award in 1986. The Blessing: New and Selected Poems, a selection of poems from six of his books, received the Midland Authors Award for Poetry for 2000. ’King of Hearts’’ (Adastra Press, 2015).

Richard Jones (born 1953) is an American poet and literary critic. Jones was born in London, England. Los Angeles, CA: Tebot Bach Books, 1998. The Stone It Lives On. Easthampton, MA: Adastra Press, 2000. from the University of Virginia, and an . The Blessing: New and selected poems.

You and Mick started the Stones with Brian Jones, and in Life you are frank about Brian’s self-destructive flaws

Your son Marlon talks extensively about how, as a small boy, he was your personal road manager on those hair-raising Seventies tours. You and Mick started the Stones with Brian Jones, and in Life you are frank about Brian’s self-destructive flaws. You talk about his importance in the early days, but by the time of his death, any sentiment you had for him is gone. I enjoyed his company, and I tried incredibly hard, in 1966, to pull him back into the group.

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Keith Richards’s memoir gives us a time-capsule feel for the madness that was life on the road with the Rolling Stones. Mr. Richards communicates the boyish astonishment he felt when the Stones found their dream of being missionaries for the American music they loved suddenly giving way to pop fame of their own, and their hand-to-mouth existence in a London tenement (financed in part by redeeming empty beer bottles stolen from parties) metamorphosed into full-on stardom, complete with rioting teenagers and.

I was wanting to read about Keith Richards and the The Rolling Stones. What consumed most of Keith Richards’ life was drugs.

view Kindle eBook view Audible audiobook. I was wanting to read about Keith Richards and the The Rolling Stones. There’s not as much Rolling Stones here as I had hoped, but I suppose you can’t fault the author. The title, ‘Life’, is abou. .Nothing in the title of this book includes the words Rolling Stones. So there are a lot of other aspects of his life here, and even though there is a fair amount of Stones stuff, I simply wanted more.

The sixteen poems contained in Richard Jones's new chapbook, THE STONE IT LIVES ON, each call up a twinge of loss from tragedies that range from the historic to the everyday. Of Jones's poetry, Sam Hamill has said, Richard Jones is one of the most vital and compelling voices of his generation. His art is so skillfully subtle as to become almost transparent, while his poetry opens a luminous world. Author of AT LAST WE ENTER PARADISE, COUNTRY OF AIR, PERFECT TIME, and SONNETS -- all available from SPD -- Richard Jones teaches at DePaul University and edits the journal Poetry East. Perfectbound.