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Return to the Caffe Cino was released at the Boston Conservatory's historic Off-Off Broadway Festival, November 8-12, 2006.

"This Ground Zero of the 1960s was a coffee-house, a theatre, a co-op brothel, a temple, a flophouse, a dope-ring, a launching-pad, an insane asylum, a safe-house, and a sleeper cell for an unnamed revolution...”

Robert Patrick, author of Kennedy's Children, from his Introductory Memoir

“We learned about olives and opera, grenadine and gender fuck. The food was an integral part of the wildly creative atmosphere. Having seen the Cino at age eleven, how could I go back to the Catholic Church?”

Walter Michael Harris, from his Introductory Memoir

Bernadette Peters and David Christmas in the world première of Dames at Sea, directed by Robert Dahdah, 1966

“The Caffe Cino was one of the first and most important venues in the Off-Off Broadway scene, launching the careers of major playwrights, actors and directors.”

Prof. Wendell Stone, author of Caffe Cino: The Birthplace of Off-Off-Broadway, from his Introductory Memoir

William Moses Hoffman (left) and Robert Patrick in The Haunted Host world première at Caffe Cino, 1964

 

Richard Alexander Pomes (left) and Blake Balu in The Haunted Host at Cowpoke Theatre Space, New Orleans, 2004

 

THE EDITORS OF RETURN TO THE CAFFE CINO:


George Birimisa in 2006

 Steve Susoyev

 

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Tools of the Writer's Craft by Sands Hall

An insightful and entertaining exploration of the tools every writer needs, from the bestselling author of the novel Catching Heaven and the play Fair Use

Now in its second edition.

Sands Hall
 

People Farm by Steve Susoyev

A largely true story of exploitation and redemption in a psychotherapy cult of the early Aquarian Age

Winner of Writer's Digest and Writer's Notes small press awards

Counterfeit U.S. passport photo of the author as  "Gerald Ezekiel Sawyer," 1978