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Through Kotcheff’s magical prose and whimsical expressions, he moves the readers into a smooth, velvety trance where love is a place of hope, worship and passion. From the dreamy stories about life, love, hope and desires, “FIRST LOOKS AND BEYOND” boldly narrates the quantum of desire that every man hopes – to follow their dreams.
This book takes readers to the author’s whimsical childhood days to his colorful youth and advanced years. It deals with a variety of subjects from the human experience, the triumph of love over time and the strange encounters with a vulture and honey bees.
Skillfully written, highly imaginative, extremely interesting, “FIRST LOOKS AND BEYOND” is an amazing work that excites, informs and entertains as it also teases the imagination, challenges the intellect, and appeals to readers’ emotions.
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About the Author
As a distinguished director, Ted Kotcheff needs no introduction. His canon of work includes a wide range of genres from films such as FUN WITH DICK AND JANE and WEEKEND AT BERNIE'S to the dark poetry of WAKE IN FRIGHT. Two of his films have been named Cannes classics, receiving the ultimate accolade of the film making world. In a parallel incarnation, in fulfillment of a lifelong dream, Ted Kotcheff made his debut on the literary stage in 2011 with the publication of THE COLLECTED POEMS. His second published volume exhibits the same extraordinary vividness and vigor that permeates the first, whether the subject be grief at his Father's death, his youthful friendship with pro wrestler Sky Hi Lee, his chat with a turkey vulture, or the mystery of the disappearing honey bee.
FIRST LOOKS AND BEYOND* by Ted Kotcheff
The Collected Poems of Ted Kotcheff Vol 2
Publication Date: December 5, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 142 pages; 978-1-4931-2881-5
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