The Red Kelpies Project is an independent Australian physical and digital books-publishing house, based in Tasmania, with no written manifesto but a Rock’n Roll attitude.
All the titles anchored on the catalogue (*) are tailored made for the movie industry.
OCTOBER 1968 – Three Men in Mexico
(Alain Philippe Coltier, Foreword by Prof. Colin Tatz)
Telling stories is not black and white but in multiple shades of grey….
As never seen on TV, a 3D hard hitting stage play based on the silent and peaceful protest which still keeps on talking (… it’s Proustian) to planet earth. During a time of turbulence, on October 16th 1968, behind closed doors, waiting for the Olympic medals ceremony to take place, the XXL Afro-Americans sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos went through their motions with Peter Norman, a ‘mug tourist’ from Down Under. Did you ever wonder what was said at the time between them ?
If you would prefer to pay by Money Order or Personal Cheque, please make the funds payable to:
Red Kelpies Project.
PO BOX 65, Swansea, TAS 7190.
The following files are DRM-free, so take it easy, please, in many ways.
(Three Men in Mexico)/PDF
The Red Kelpies Project acknowledges that the Paredarerme people are the traditional custodians on the land where this independent books-publishing venture saw the light in June 2013.
(*) The catalogue is going to be built around contemporary stage plays (series ‘You talkin to me?’), conversations (series ‘Something about Tasmania’) and contemporary ‘romans noirs’.