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In The Backyard: Relearning the Art of Aging, Dying and Making Love
Attempting to make sense of her life, and change her sad disposition to a happy one,...
Arise The Dead I: The Great War
Told in two volumes, Arise the Dead--part memoir, part historical fiction--spans the period between 1914...
Venera Dreams: A Weird Entertainment
Somewhere in the Mediterranean lies the mysterious archipelago of Venera, a city-state drenched in erotic...
A Schizo-Philosopher's Colouring Book is a playful experiment in what the philosopher Gilles Deleuze might call “crowned anarchy.” The crown of authority is worn by the format “colouring book,” in a style that repeats with difference. Anarchy enters via a swarm of figures from philosophical, literary, theological, anthropological, and art history, each with a quotation. These distribute themselves over fifty two drawings, producing little machines that are desirous of colour and driven by paradox, whose “organization of surface … assures the resonance between two series.”

"Yet what surprises me most of all at this time is that what I have written consists, as it were, almost entirely of quotations. It is the craziest mosaic technique you can imagine. --Walter Benjamin (Letter to Gerhard Scholem (1924; translation Manfred R. and Evelyn M. Jacobson))"
A Schizo-Philosopher's Colouring Book
The Sex Life of the Amoeba
Food Fight Inc.: Napkin Sketches to Retail Shelves: An Entrepreneur's Odyssey of Triumphs and Lemons
The Expo Affair: A Cold War Escape Story
Get Onboard: Walk in the Shoes of a Transit Operator
Arise The Dead II: World War Two
Writing Poetry To Save Your Life: How To Find The Courage To Tell Your Stories