My psychedelic drawings on Etsy

By on October 3rd, 2017
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I’ve opened an Etsy store to sell custom, commissioned portraits and abstract art as well as finished pieces. Find it here: Psychedelic Art by Commission The drawings are on acid-free archival paper with a variety of markers. I take anywhere from 6 – 8 weeks on each piece, working with a magnifying glass to produce very fine lines.

Psychedelic Abstract Art 2

Psychedelic Abstract Art 3

Psychedelic Portrait 1

I seek through my art to represent the life and movement that makes up the entire universe. There is no surface or area of space that is not filled with energy and movement; quantum particles pop in and out of existence even in deepest space. It’s the quantum foam of existence. So through my detailed marker drawings, I am representing this endless energy and the unity of animate and inanimate objects—at a subatomic level, it is all one. Matter is just one form of energy. I’m creating a sensation of life through inorganic abstract shapes.


Ebook versions of A Greater Monster now available

By on February 15th, 2014
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A Greater Monster is now available in ebook format. PDF, EPUB, or MOBI (for Kindle and Nook) versions can be purchased directly from me here and the Kindle version is also available direct from Amazon here The EPUB is in the iBookstore here.


Outstanding review of The Kickstarter Letters

By on October 22nd, 2013
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I received a wonderful review of my third book, The Kickstarter Letters, from KC Kirkley at Curbside Splendor Press, here.


A Greater Monster PDF version now available

By on September 26th, 2013
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A digital PDF version of A Greater Monster is now available for purchase on the Novels page.


A long and thoughtful review of A Greater Monster

By on September 3rd, 2013
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For anyone who has read or is considering reading my second novel A Greater Monster: a popular, critical and highly intelligent blogger-of-unusual-books has posted a long and thoughtful review and has invited discussion/posting of comments.

http://bit.ly/oddbooksMonster

She begins the review by writing…

Jesus Christ. The best way I can begin this book discussion is to dare every single one of you to buy the book and read it.

And she concludes it…

I have to stop here because I could keep going for another five thousand or so words and still not cover all this book brings to the table. […] But the interpretation, as I mentioned before, is half the fun. You should read this book and not just because I dare you to read it. You should read it because it’s not like anything I have ever read before and in spite of being one of the more challenging narratives I’ve tackled for [I Read Odd Books], it remained compelling and interesting, even as I had to put it down and return to it. Highly recommended.