Kaleidoscopic Vision Maggots
This book of dark and exploratory poetry features accompanying illustrations. These poems are a striking verbal assault and contain imagery of economic death, loneliness, religion, relationships and politics. Some of them were picked out from his high school journals. But for the most part, they were written in October of 2019. The illustrations create a sensory overload enhancing the mood of each poem, and were mostly pulled from old journals. Have a laugh dissecting these like your English teachers taught you. Buy on Amazon.
Brainbat’s Illustrated ABCs to NYC
See sites like The Stonewall Inn, the Intrepid and the Joker Stairs in this humorous, illustrated guide to some of New York City’s top destinations and neighborhoods. The poetic guide will explain these popular spots and experiences and what locals really think of them. Buy on Amazon.
Gabe in the Garden
A young angel named Gabriel, whose parents are divorced, is rewarded by his dad and step-mom for his good behavior with Sunday field trips. Gabe is sad that his mom lives as a demon in Hell and never gets to go on their adventures — so he decides to sneak away from his parents while visiting the Botanical Garden of Eden. Gabe plays dangerous pranks on people, quickly learning the consequences of his actions as he transforms visually into a little devil. Buy on Amazon.
Gabe and the Great Flood
A young angel named Gabriel, who likes to make mischief, sneaks out of his house in the Silver City to visit Earth — where his dad is helping save animals during a great flood. Gabe learns lessons about responsibility and following directions as he tries to tiptoe now-mythical creatures onto Noah’s Ark. Buy on Amazon.