by Stephen G. Ross A provocative, intoxicating collection of thoughts, Songs for the Industrial Womb is Stephen Rosss first poetic release. Fierce in its delivery and intent, the book takes the reader through visions of deteriorating landscapes filled with harmonious aspirations and wild, liberating thought. With images of consciousness covered in beautiful, rugged language, Songs for the Industrial Womb scratches its way to new poetic heights, escorting the reader to new realms of expression. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Stephen G. Ross currently resides in St Johns, Newfoundland. Born in the small community of Bishops Falls, this is the first publication of the twenty-year-olds repertoire. Raised on rich music during his youth, Ross developed a passion for the arts as an adolescent and continues to practice its application. With suggestions of future studies in the field of human rights and democracy, Ross is near the completion of his political and literary studies at Memorial University. (2008, paperback, 54 pages) Availability: Usually ships in 2-3 business days.