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Caves of Chimera, a long lyrical narrative poem, depicts a man and his family caught in an Armageddon Earth. A young father, Doctor Richard Planck – whose thinking mind is formed with philosophical elements of the Enlightenment, Romanticism, Realism, and modern Abstract Expressionism – returns to an idyllic mountain in northern Spain where he first learned love years before with a beautiful aspiring Spanish novelist. Through epic poetry, the reader learns of his emotions, experiences, and struggles in an absurd world.

 

 

 

 Through a number of beautiful poems and descriptions of Jorge's paintings, Dr. Ortiz reflects the agony and triumph of the young patriot. The author goes into a tour de force of color and light. By doing so he is able to give this story the resemblance of a canvas. ~Julian L Sevillano

 

FUEGO is the fictional story of Jorge Sierra, a Cuban poet and painter during the times of Fidel Castro’s revolution. Also an opponent of Fulgencio Batista’s corrupt prior regime, he refuses to accept the betrayals of the Cuban Revolution. With a loving family, wife, and child, the freedom fighter drops the pen and brush and takes up the gun in struggle against communist tyranny in his island home. Taken prisoner after the failed Bay of Pigs invasion, Sierra goes to the infamous prison, La Cabaña, in Havana. FUEGO depicts the final twenty-four hours in a patriot’s life. 

 

 

 

 

 AMERICAN AMARANTH ANTHOLOGY

 In today's dangerous World, this series of books is, in my opinion required reading.
The author's magnificent intertwining of history, geopolitics, military and human nature is outstanding.
For anyone that can use a recount of our world's history (and we all need this in these turbulent times) and a clear understanding of how our human emotions lead people to make heroic acts while facing insurmountable obstacles, these series of books are indispensable.
I thoroughly enjoyed this series and was only disappointed by the fact that I was left wanting more. Maybe the author will consider writing a sequel!Nestor de la Cruz-Munoz




    

                                                                         
                                                                                                                     
  
The amaranth flower is a symbol for all things we wish eternal. The flower in the picture is losing its petals. It's a metaphor for what's happening in America and the world. The American Amaranth Anthology is a story of perseverance through dangerous struggle, sorrow, and great loss. The book's essence is its hope and faith in tomorrow...