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Mark Binder is an award-winning author, storyteller and craft publisher based in Rhode Island. He tells stories and makes books that enthrall. Readers and listeners of all ages will enjoy his original and traditional folk tales, stories of Izzy Abrahmson’s “Village Life”, autobiographical fictions, and Rhode Island Legends.
Light Publications and Mark Binder Books is one of the oldest craft publishing collaborations in New England. With more than two dozen books and audiobooks available, the small company is known for its diverse shelf of books for families, adults and children of all ages. Based in Providence, Mark Binder Books and Light Publications have won, been nominated and been finalists for national and international awards, including: The Audies Audiobook Award for Best Original Work, Parents’ Choice Gold for Audio Storytelling, The National Jewish Book Award for Family Literature, the Digital Book Award, Next Generation Indie Book Award, Digital Book World Award and the Ben Franklin Award.
Corruption, Creatures, and Clams
The home of H.P. Lovecraft, haunted by Edgar Allen Poe, Rhode Island has long been a nexus of horror.
What lurks under the streets of Providence? What is swimming up Narragansett Bay? What do you do with a corpse?
In this collection, award-winning author and storyteller Mark Binder shares tales of poisoned food, history and politics.
“If you listen carefully, as you wander the darkened streets of Providence late at night, perhaps you will hear a sound…”
This is a limited edition with three stories: The Vampire Clams of Narragansett Bay, Old Scratch Nickels, The Old One.
Providence-based, Mark Binder is an award-winning author, storyteller and audiobook narrator.
Limited Edition - Not Available on Amazon
Height: 1.00 in. Width: 7.00 in. Length: 4.25 in. Weight: 0.50 lb.
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