"The History Force II (Another Time)"
- by Andrew Szava-Kovats

  Since 1595, The History Force has been editing our history, from a station on the Moon.
    Follow the continuing adventures of Zeta - a History Force Operator - as he manipulates Earth's history, and gets entangled in interplanetary conspiracies...

    By the author of "In Case of Memory, Break Glass," "Death of an Apprentice," "Women Who Rocked Boston," "Grindstone Redux," "Let's Go to The Rat," "A Pinch of Paprika" and "The Last Pow-Wow Oak"


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"The History Force"
- by Andrew Szava-Kovats

  Since 1595, The History Force has been editing our history, from a station on the Moon.
    How did it get there? Who's behind it? How have they changed Earth's history? Come with us to find out.
    It's the conspiracy theory to end all conspiracy theories. And yet, it makes sense.

    By the author of "In Case of Memory, Break Glass," "Death of an Apprentice," "Women Who Rocked Boston," "Grindstone Redux," "Let's Go to The Rat," "A Pinch of Paprika" and "The Last Pow-Wow Oak"


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"In Case of Memory, Break Glass"
- by Andrew Szava-Kovats

Memories are by nature unreal, untrue, inaccurate. They are only mental constructs that we use to organize our experiences. Some are cherished, some frightening, some lost. But they are the only reality we know.
    Andrew takes a non-linear approach to assembling memory bits into a collection of experiences, real and imagined. Some are shocking in their realism and intensity. Some are warm and tender.
    Using a variety of forms, including short stories,  poems, and a play, we get a portrait of a man lost in time.
    By the author of "In Case of Memory, Break Glass," "Death of an Apprentice," "Women Who Rocked Boston," "Grindstone Redux," "Let's Go to The Rat" & "The Last Pow-Wow Oak"


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"Collected Chapbooks: 1991-1993"
- by Andrew Szava-Kovats

The self-published Chapbook has been dead for some time now. But in the 1990s it was a popular form of self-publishing for Poets, as most publishing houses had to focus on famous people whose poetry they could sell.
    This collection brings together three chapbooks from 1991 to 1993, which were self-published at that time, sold, and read aloud by the author at performances in the Lowell, MA area. Such performances were only viable until the internet destroyed chapbook publishing and poetry reading. This edition adds three new pieces.
    By the author of "In Case of Memory, Break Glass," "Death of an Apprentice," "Women Who Rocked Boston," "Grindstone Redux," "Let's Go to The Rat" & "The Last Pow-Wow Oak"


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"Death of an Apprentice
  a life in and out of Civil Engineering"

- by Andrew Szava-Kovats

Autobiographical novel that follows the career of a Civil Engineering apprentice, from childhood to middle-age.
    Along the way, we get to see the inner workings of the profession, from the nuts and bolts of Civil Engineering and Surveying, their technological transformation, to the death of the apprenticeship system.
    It's a mysterious world that few layman know. And yet we are all surrounded by their work everywhere, every day.
    The Apprentice takes a complex, twisted path in and out of the world of Civil Engineering, as he pursues other career opportunities and artistic ambitions.
    It's a story of modern times, reduced opportunities in our "Trickle-Up Economy," and people denied entry into professions now restricted to the “Degreed Class.”


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