43 A.A. Ballads & Story Poems
by R.E. Maloney

From the memories of a 90 year old alcoholic, (long sober, but still an alcoholic), first “diagnosed” by a US Army Medical Colonel while serving in the US Army in Germany, 1947. His earliest association with Alcoholics Anonymous came in 1958, and from that day to this he has attended meetings, sponsored several fellow alcoholics and been privy to hundreds of stories that seldom get heard outside of an AA meeting. Some are tragic, some are comic, all are poignant. [more]

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Lost in Burma: “Queenie” and 50 other War Poems
by R.E. Maloney

 

From the Burma Road to Kunming, China to Shanghai, a 20-year old US Army Sergeant experiences the perils and pleasures that can come only from the Orient—especially during a World War—from November 1944 to November 1945. Two of the 54 poems have been published. “The Five and Dime”, was featured in a newspaper’s Sunday Supplement, and “Cadillac Kate” was selected for a well known collection of poems a few years back. [more]

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