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Love Point: One Picture Book #66 Hardcover – January 1, 2010


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  • Hardcover: 16 pages
  • Publisher: Nazraeli Press; 1ST edition (2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1590053028
  • ISBN-13: 978-1590053027
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,125,313 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Richard Curtis Hauschild is a novelist and screenwriter currently living in Stockbridge, Wisconsin. He was born in Elmhurst, Illinois, grew up in Libertyville, Illinois, was educated in Lincoln, Nebraska (Nebraska Wesleyan University), and then later was thoroughly corrupted in Hollywood, California. Richard began his writing career as lyric writer for the late-great songwriter/guitarist Jim Krueger, having written words to numerous Krueger songs including the title track of Krueger's Sweet Salvation album. He also has had song credits with Dave Mason, DFK, and The Happy Schnapps Combo. After 19 years in L.A. film production he moved to Wisconsin where he found the solitude and inspiration to write six novels and numerous screenplays. The Ledge is Richard's first novel set in the Fond du Lac area and its sequel, Jersey Flats is now also available at Amazon. The final book in the Wisconsin trilogy, Holyland is now also completed along with a stand-alone novel, Hot Moon. A prequel to the Ledge Trilogy entitled, The Book of Roland is now also completed and available. A companion book, Things I Learned from Roland is now available and another Ledge related book, The Last Garage Sitter now has been released in summer 2014.

Personal note from Richard: My goal is to write books that move the reader emotionally. The Wisconsin novels are really love letters to my adopted home and the people I now call neighbors and friends. I have tried to blend this idea into a theme of writers, readers, and books and how the printed word not only entertains us, but befriends us, too. As for my screenplays...well they are out there. My years in the film biz gets me read, but success in that medium is a tough nut to crack. I am still trying, however. My idol, Jim Harrison said something about writing prose for art and scripts for money. Anyone who would care to read a screenplay or ten can contact me at dogwisp@gmail.com.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Grady Harp HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 3, 2011
Format: Hardcover
Hiroshi Watanabe has produced a body of work that explores fiction versus reality. In this beautifully bound book there are sixteen photographs in black and white of live Japanese models and Japanese sex-dolls, each dressed in costumes that tell a story - that narrative being enhanced by the short story created in collaboration with Watanabe by author Richard Curtis Hauschild. (Example: `Within the first room he saw what he took to be an illusion; that of a woman floating on a cloud held up by the wings of black birds. In the next room, there where two sleeping girls, who sang in soft harmony in their sleep. Pink bubbles came from their lips. In the next a woman sleep on a bed of light that cast rainbows on a ceiling of suspended snow. All of them women. All of them beautiful. And all somehow familiar.'

The images are dressed so as to make the viewer wonder which is doll and which is live model. Most all of the photographs are of head shots or confine the part of the 'model' to waist and above, but some focus on other parts of the body that suggest provocative poses. The models make not only elegant images but they also produce a discourse about social commentary that is at once biting and satirical. By combining both dolls and live models Watanabe invites us to ponder fact versus fiction versus fantasy. It is a marvelous collection of photographs and a very fine example of artistic collaboration. Grady Harp, February 11
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