September 19, 2016 § Leave a comment
I haven’t been posting much for the last year because of been busy on a writing gig for Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands. Are you jealous? You should be.
This is an older trailer, and I’ve got all that NDA goodness in my life, so I can’t answer questions about the game. The work has been fun, and I suspect that being at a indie game company that’s this big can sometimes spoil people like me.
My work isn’t quite done with it, but I’m trying to squeeze in the time to get back to my other projects. Stay tuned…
April 10, 2016 § Leave a comment
I’ve been doing some work for hire the past few months, writing for a AAA video game. If it’s as fun to play as it was to write, it’ll be one of the best open world games ever. Ever.
I squeezed in an hour and and change to work on The Memory Engine once again. I still need to edit the interior pages, but I inked up a working cover. Now to figure out the coloring part…
June 24, 2015 § Leave a comment
Inking is finally complete on my latest graphic novel, a gripping tale of international intrigue and mystery that I have yet to name. For now I’ve been calling by the codename “Project Orbiter”, but that’s only because it sounds cooler than “Untitled.”
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May 17, 2015 § 1 Comment
For the 15 of you reading my infrequent posts, Sunday saw Pisco Films wrapping up yet another day of shooting the documentary Amazonia. This trip is meant to be our last for this project, a documentary about communities in the Amazon River Basin, which began nearly 3(!) years ago.
Day 2 brought an unexpected aerial shoot over Manaus, Brazil. (Unexpected because we were offered a deal on a plane ride through a guy who knew a guy, and it was so affordable we couldn’t say “no.”) For a “professional” aerial shot you’d put the camera in a gyro or some such thing and remote control technology something, but with our meager means, we slapped the GoPro on the wing of the Cessna and the director hung out the doorway with another video camera. (Photos will follow eventually. I think.)
The afternoon was equally awesome, as some new friends of our invited us to their weekly family gathering. Not only did they allow us to film some good family scenes, but they let us drink their fresh copoazu juice and eat their grilled tambaqui.
Yes, filmmaking is a tough, tough job, but somebody’s got to eat the tambaqui.
May 4, 2015 § Leave a comment
Thanks to everyone who showed up for Saturday’s signing and to everyone who helped spread the word! Everyone had a great time. I shared the Bookstore Day signing with two current bookbook employees: Jacob Silverman, who was signing his nonfiction book Terms of Service, and Arman Safa, who was signing his novelette, At Ken’s Expense.
If you missed the event, all three books are still available at bookbook! Thanks again!
April 8, 2015 § Leave a comment
For thirty years, the World’s Greatest Detective, William Dante, has been in a sanatorium suffering from amnesia. But now his memory is coming back, and he’s facing his greatest mystery: his past.
Check out the five-page preview of THE MEMORY ENGINE I’ve posted in the “sample pages” section of the website! A 90-page black and white graphic novel, THE MEMORY ENGINE is a surreal mystery about a pair of globe-trotting celebrity detectives and the dark secrets they share.
I’m still inking, adding screens, and lettering, but I’m aiming to complete the book by July.
February 11, 2015 § Leave a comment
For two days only my novella The Serious Man is free on Amazon Kindle!
A lonely advocate for Holocaust survivors; an educated, high-class escort who’s found a new purpose: when she tells him she’s leaving the trade, he’ll realize the only real relationship he has is one he’s been paying for.
The offer goes through Thursday, February 12th, so get the book now!
February 10, 2015 § Leave a comment
When an alien spaceship crashed in the Amazon jungle, local politics became world affairs, and small town crime got a shot at big business. Now, a dangerous alien technology has been stolen, and a poor, young street fighter must choose between the menacing crime boss who hired him and Jesus Mendoza, the neighborhood hero he’s been hired to kill.
No release date yet, but stay tuned for more details. In the meantime, you can preview the first eight pages here!
Be sure to check out Under Belly Comics and their other releases!