Narcissus In The Dark
God, wrongly thinking himself to be invisible, is arrested for walking around the streets of West L.A. naked, though he is ultimately condemned by a tribunal of clerics not for public indecency but rather for the blasphemous belief in his own divinity. God is sentenced to eternal imprisonment in a dungeon and chooses to turn the utter darkness into a template for the creation of new universes by thinking them into being. In the course of his ruminations, various details from his own blurry past creep into his divine intentions, calling into question the nature of what he is, where he is, and who he is.
Narcissus In The Dark is now available for purchase as a paperback or for Kindle at Amazon.com.
Wake Up In The Dreamhouse
He can't remember his own name. Along the banks of the river Wye, mistaken for, alternately, Peter Pan and someone's father, he ponders the water, talks to a girl named Wendy, tries to remember what dreams may have come, loses all hunger, watches infomercials, occasionally considers changing his clothes, reads Finnegans Wake, pretends to have read Gravity's Rainbow, and has every intention of fantasizing about sex eventually, all the while nagged by the sensation that he's really somewhere else.
Wake Up In The Dreamhouse, a hallucintatory mindscape composed one sentence at a time on Twitter from May-August of 2010 is now available for purchase as a paperback at Amazon.com or as an e-book via Kindle.