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I've worked on the decks of ships as a sailor, unloaded cargo as longshoreman on the docks of Los Angeles harbor, walked the yard as a prison guard, and wrestled with lunatics during a stint as an attendant at a maximum security hospital for the criminally insane.
My work has been featured in publications such as Suspect Thoughts, Plots with Guns, The M.A.G., Nefarious, Loompanics LTD, and most recently in the literary journal - Criminal Class Review Volume 4.1.
I've previously written two novels - Screaming Batfish Blues and Snorting The Devil's Dandruff, a chapbook - A Dead Rose in a Pineapple Graveyard (a copy of Dead Rose was recently placed in a time capsule in Pensacola, Fl.), and a compilation of short stories - Tales from the Blue Reptile.
A non-fiction article entitled Rape In Prison that I originally wrote for Loompanics, LTD has been published extensively throughout Europe, the United States, and Australia both on the web and in print.
Burning hotter than a flaming shot of grain alcohol, Screaming Batfish Blues is a cannibas and booze fueled paranoid vision of military and governmental conspiracy told through the eyes of two marijuana dealing sailors serving in the post-Vietnam era Navy. A pulpy crime novel packed full of drugs, military espionage, sex, prison, corrupt cops, burned out porn stars, whores, strippers, and murder - Screaming Batfish Blues will take you from the farmlands of Minnesota to the islands of Hawaii to the seedy underbelly of Los Angeles and finally to the Caribbean as both men try to flee from the personal hell they have created for themselves.
www.lulu.com. Both Snorting The Devil's Dandruff and Screaming Batfish Blues are available in paperback at Snorting The Devil's Dandruff is available on Amazon at the Kindle store.