Carl (Cush) Cushenberry’s newly released “Food Stamps, No Mo Blues” is a touching narrative of the disparities found within societies

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“Food Stamps, No Mo Blues” from Christian Faith Publishing author Carl (Cush) Cushenberry is a juvenile fiction that examines the differences found between different homes and lifestyles.

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“Food Stamps, No Mo Blues”: a potent examination of social issues. “Food Stamps, No Mo Blues” is the creation of published author Carl (Cush) Cushenberry, a devoted Catholic and the sixth born of six boys to a dearly beloved mother who is now 96 years of age.

Cushenberry shares, “Food Stamps No Mo Blues was an idea that came to mind as a short story many years ago. I think it was after a major hurricane when many people didn’t have much or little of anything else but hope, but then came food stamps to make you feel a bit better about being alive.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Carl (Cush) Cushenberry’s new book is a thought-provoking exploration of wealth.

Pairing creative art, photography, and an original tale inspired by the devastation of a natural disaster, Cushenberry invites readers to take a moment to consider how very different life could be.

View a synopsis of “Food Stamps, No Mo Blues” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Food Stamps, No Mo Blues” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Food Stamps, No Mo Blues,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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