mark Stratton is a writer and poet, living in Columbia, Missouri with his wife and three cats. He has had work appear in "Hogan's Alley" and has had poetry published in 'Four and Twenty," "physiognomy in letters" and the first volume of "The American Zig-Zag." An avid reader, he also enjoys a wide variety of music. He likes pie.
This is a magnificent representation of music from Star Trek The Next Generation, and it's all on a limited edition 3-CD set that spans nearly four hours.
A Power Pop Classic is Reissued with Bonus Tracks
New Jersey Singer/Songwriter's Sophomore Album Shows No Sign of a Slump
Coleman's first record as a band leader, and what a debut it is.
Monk's classic solo recording gets reissued.
The legendary sax player was more than just a member of Bruce Springsteen's band.
The second collection of poetry by the Canadian Poet.
In Which a Rise is Truly a Fall