J. Martinez presents a demoralizing case of offspring retaliation, parenting mishaps, and government sectored rulings in this novel of “an understudy’s guide to retribution,” as he... More > calls it. These textual tangents are that of a higher ground and should be interpreted in jest.< Less
Berserk Machine is a textual culmination of abandonment, wrong upbringings with a hint of cheekiness. Written during a complete manic high, J. Martinez unleashes his war mongrels onto virgin eyes... More > that have yet to lend him a hand or an ear since his arrival.
“These words, this novel, my writings as a hole are not therapeutic, they more like animalistic jottings of being left out from the pack, deserted and tried to find my way back since day one of my desertion.” “Enjoy this gem of interpretation; I sure took the pleasure in living through it.” Jason Martinez< Less
Rhetorical Malignancies Vol. I is collection of archives and short stories from the author of Berserk Machines and The Ripening of Narcissism. J. Martinez explores the abtract side of textual story... More > telling which is autobiographical, comical, and outlandish in its purest heartfelt form.
"Enjoy the lighter side of my mind"- J. Martinez< Less
Unlike my prior volumes, this one is about as “streamline” as it is going to get. The “well-mannered” side of my multiple complexity has an aim, motivation and a simple... More > directive as this time around I wrote something while under the influence of prescribed sedatives.
Everyone likes a good murder mystery, with a pinch of psychological thriller and a dash of unexplained phenomena.
This procession of screw-ups, I cannot shake off. It’s stuck on me like the color of my skin, only visible to those I have put in dismal positions. Who in their right mind wants to be... More > remembered as being the person who fouls up all of the time or the guy that wallows in his worries, bathing in his filth of lies and greed?
Therefore I engage these problematic revivals into word form for all such as yourself to view. Is this cerebral masochism really worth it? Well is it?
I’ll let you be the judge of that.
The Originator: Jason Martinez< Less
Though different from Volume I of my poetry, this installment digs deeper and delves into an even darker past that I had failed to recall living through. I guess in time the desolation within these... More > writings only has a face that a mother could love.