What Is This?
This is a twice weekly serialization of humour in the time of COVID, any COVID. The world hasn't changed...only our response to it.
Some people say life’s a path winding through a field of endless possibilities.
Well…we’ll see. In the meantime, Crazy Man and the dog, Sidestepper, will be following that path through the deep dark scary woods every Tuesday and Thursday until they get there or die. You’re welcome to follow them but, be warned, nothing good can come of this.
Yes, being an artist, I have much too much money, so I'm giving this away free.
What Is It?
The Weekly Man is the world's first free daily serialized coffee break novel. I checked this out on the internet and, yes, I get to claim this title along with having published the world's first laundromance.
What's It About?
It's about a group of people somehow joined by a secret that goes back to their childhood, but none of them know about it until they're in their 30s and start meeting on social media and almost in real life. What finally happens changes their lives forever...and then things get really weird.
Nothing is as it seems.
Who knows what 2021 will bring. Probably not much good to begin with, but this calendar will guide you through the year with complete nonsense.
It's a printable PDF file suitable for framing in gold leaf and diamonds.
Selling a book or a board is a cool way to have your art appreciated, but when that appreciation comes from another artist, especially one of Jennifer’s stature, then you know you’re not wasting your time with those books, those drawings, those photographs.
Thank you, Jenn…I feel both humbled and proud.
The video interview at Cafe Loka was shot by my bestie, Stephanie Durelle, under gruelling circumstances…I wouldn’t stay still.
Biff Mitchell lives in a hovel at the edge of the world. He has no life. He has no friends. Neighborhood children throw stones at his hovel. At night, Biff throws stones at his hovel.
Someday Biff plans to write a book about a man who lives in a house that is stoned daily by neighborhood children who—through some magical twist of events—turn into snowmen.
When Spring arrives, the man’s house melts.
I write speculative fiction and have been successful in tricking publishers and editors into publishing just about everything I've written. (Writing Website)
I do mindless drawings with black gel ink and have tricked a few people into buying them. (Black Gel Drawings)
I take pictures of nature and people. When I take pictures of people, I'm actually capturing their souls, which I sell on eBay. (Photography Website)
Every atom of water, fire, earth and wind.