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Death Knocks By Jason Earls
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A cyclopean mystic with an overwhelming impulse to destroy ... a decapitated writer who cannot die ... a musician who invents a supernatural instrument to win the artist she loves ... an electrical... More > engineer who uses lucid dreaming techniques to discern the cause of his wife's death ... Only four of the astonishing characters you will discover in this collection of short stories. The tales in this book combine traditional horror with elements of fantasy, science fiction, and magical realism to create worlds you can visit to transcend any level of reality with which you have grown comfortable. (For audio versions of some of the stories, click the author's name above.)< Less
Zombies of the Red Descent By Jason Earls
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A zombie novella of love and survival, plus three "bonus" short stories, from Jason Earls, author of Mathematical Bliss, Heartless Bastard In Ecstasy, Cocoon of Terror (Afterbirth Books),... More > How to Become a Guitar Player from Hell, Red Zen (taught by Prof. Robert Siegle at Virginia Tech), If(Sid_Vicious == TRUE && Alan_Turing == TRUE) {ERROR_Cyberpunk(); }, and 0.136101521283655... all available on Amazon.com and other online book stores. His fiction and mathematical work have been published in Red Scream, Yankee Pot Roast, M-Brane SF, Scientia Magna, three of Clifford Pickover’s books, Mathworld.com, AlienSkin, Recreational and Educational Computing, Escaping Elsewhere, Creative Science Quarterly, Neometropolis, Thirteen, Dogmatika, Prime Curios, the Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences, OG’s Speculative Fiction, Nocturnal Ooze, Bust Down the Door and Eat All the Chickens, and other publications. He currently resides in Oklahoma with his wife, Christine.< Less
Zombies of the Red Descent By Jason Earls
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A zombie novella of love and survival, plus three "bonus" short stories, from Jason Earls, author of Mathematical Bliss, Heartless Bastard In Ecstasy, Cocoon of Terror (Afterbirth Books),... More > How to Become a Guitar Player from Hell, Red Zen (taught by Prof. Robert Siegle at Virginia Tech), If(Sid_Vicious == TRUE && Alan_Turing == TRUE) {ERROR_Cyberpunk(); }, and 0.136101521283655... all available on Amazon.com and other online book stores. His fiction and mathematical work have been published in Red Scream, Yankee Pot Roast, M-Brane SF, Scientia Magna, three of Clifford Pickover’s books, Mathworld.com, AlienSkin, Recreational and Educational Computing, Escaping Elsewhere, Creative Science Quarterly, Neometropolis, Thirteen, Dogmatika, Prime Curios, the Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences, OG’s Speculative Fiction, Nocturnal Ooze, Bust Down the Door and Eat All the Chickens, and other publications. He currently resides in Oklahoma with his wife, Christine.< Less
Death Knocks By Jason Earls
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A cyclopean mystic with an overwhelming impulse to destroy ... a decapitated writer who cannot die ... a musician who invents a supernatural instrument to win the artist she loves ... an electrical... More > engineer who uses lucid dreaming techniques to discern the cause of his wife's death ... Only four of the astonishing characters you will discover in this collection of short stories. The tales in this book combine traditional horror with elements of fantasy, science fiction, and magical realism to create worlds you can visit to transcend any level of reality with which you have grown comfortable. (For audio versions of some of the stories, click the author's name above.)< Less
Guitar Patterns, Licks, and More By Jason Earls
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Topics include: Holdsworth style licks, outside patterns, diminished licks, Niccolo Paganini, chromatic licks, wide stretches, Sonny Sharrock, string skipping, Johann Sebastian Bach, finger tapping,... More > sweep arpeggios, John McLaughlin, wide intervals, finger exercises, bending strings, mysticism and the guitar, fiction related to band experiences, and more. Jason Earls is a guitarist, computational number theorist, and concrete poet. He is the author of the Underground Guitar Handbook, Numbers for Wittgenstein, Red Zen, Math Freak, How to Become a Guitar Player from Hell, and other books. Download free music by Jason Earls here: http://alonetone.com/zevi35711< Less
How to Become a Guitar Player from Hell By Jason Earls
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This book covers almost every guitar technique used by modern guitar virtuosos and explains them in simple terms anyone can understand. Topics include arpeggios, finger tapping, artificial and muted... More > harmonics, exotic scales and chords, modes, "outside" playing, and more, along with never before published methods such as the "wah-wham" technique, unorthodox tremolo bar manipulations, and out-of-the-box thinking exercises. Extensive musical examples are provided in tablature form, no traditional music reading skills necessary. Topics tangential to guitar playing yet still of interest to guitarists are also included, such as how to find band members, taking care of your hands, how to get gigs, and more. The author draws upon his 20 years of guitar playing experience to provide genuine "insider" information, much of which has never appeared elsewhere. Guitarists of all levels will find a plethora of knowledge within this book to dramatically improve their proficiency on the instrument.< Less
Math Freak By Jason Earls
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Contents: Preface, Bar-Hopping and Palindromic Divisors (fiction), Variations of Brocard's Conjecture, Pell's Equation and Jesus's Number, Note On Reversible Prime Numbers (Base-10), 379009*n and... More > Digital Sums, Mersenne's Mistake (fiction), On Brocard's Factorial Square Problem, Computations on the Reverse-and-Add 196-Problem, Brilliant Harshad Numbers are Finite, Computations on a Certain Sequence of Primes (with a Rant), Stumbling Onto an Elliptic Curve, On the Sigma(Phi(n)) Function and Some Related Sequences, Excerpts from "I Sin Every Number" (fiction), Weird Brilliant Number Sequences, Prime = 10^14508 - 10^14490-1 , Building a Machine to Find Arithmetic Progressions of Primes (fiction), About the Author.< Less
How to Become a Guitar Player from Hell By Jason Earls
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This book covers almost every guitar technique used by modern guitar virtuosos and explains them in simple terms anyone can understand. Topics include arpeggios, finger tapping, artificial and muted... More > harmonics, exotic scales and chords, modes, "outside" playing, and more, along with never before published methods such as the "wah-wham" technique, unorthodox tremolo bar manipulations, and out-of-the-box thinking exercises. Extensive musical examples are provided in tablature form, no traditional music reading skills necessary. Topics tangential to guitar playing yet still of interest to guitarists are also included, such as how to find band members, taking care of your hands, how to get gigs, and more. The author draws upon his 20 years of guitar playing experience to provide genuine "insider" information, much of which has never appeared elsewhere. Guitarists of all levels will find a plethora of knowledge within this book to dramatically improve their proficiency on the instrument.< Less
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Numerus Computatio Balisticum By Jason Earls
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Jason Earls is a writer, guitarist, and computational number theorist specializing in finding concrete primes and writing poignant, technologically-advanced, hipster prose. He is the author of... More > Mathematical Bliss, That Man is a Sinner, Primitive Knife Manual (with Scene Williams), Underground Guitar Handbook, A Cringe-Meister in the Bathos-Sphere, How to Become a Guitar Player from Hell, Red Zen, Cocoon of Terror (Afterbirth Books), Heartless Bastard In Ecstasy, I Sin Every Number, Zombies of the Red Descent, and 0.136101521283655... all available on Amazon.com and other online book stores. His fiction and mathematical work have been published in Death Head Grin, Red Scream, M-Brane SF, Yankee Pot Roast, MathWorld.com, Scientia Magna, three of Clifford Pickover’s books, Neometropolis, AlienSkin, Recreational and Educational Computing, Escaping Elsewhere, Thirteen, Prime Curios, the Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences, and other publications.< Less