Okay. Raebert says I can’t go on the way I have been. Why I’m putting my ‘body of work’ online in a very accessible mode, for free.
In days to come you’ll have an opportunity to see even the Great White Whale of Shuteye Town 1999, absent its 350,000 words of text and its sound files. It’s huge nonetheless. You’ll also be able to peruse the ten years of Instapunk archives, although maybe you should look at this first. And you’ll have a link to the online version of The Boomer Bible, with a live Intercolumn reference but absent the Book of Brayer and the Hymnal. For those you still need to buy the physical book.
We’re still very much about physical books and physical DVDs. Why we’re just softening you up for publication of at least two and maybe as many as ten Instapunk books, the first of which is ‘A Slice of Instapunk’ and the second a more personal memoir called ‘Below the Turnpike,’ which will have some new material not available online. (My wife reminds me I should mention this one, which is brilliant and physically exists already.)
If you’re a writer, all your works are like your children. You love them all, not uncritically, but you love them anyway and you want them to live far beyond your own span of time. All I’m asking of the people who come to this site is that you browse, take the time to see my different take on what writing is, what believing is.
If your journey produces any insight or fun, I’d love to hear about it. Fair deal?
Who are you?