poems, 2010-11. including "sex act," "septuagint," "offseason," "trembling calm," "rendezvous," "the wind," "hedonia junkie,"... More > "in pieces," "sexual american," "gypsy doll," and more. photography by Crazy Lombardo the Master of Pork.< Less
All the favorites, including "Young and Immortal," "15 Miles Out of Madison," "Catholic Stripper," "Rouge Blush," "Catholic Guilt," "Grow Young... More > with Me," "Let's Pretend It's Sunday," "Oh Felix Culpa," "Memories of Eden," and many, many more.< Less
Erotic poetry and stories; includes "Home," "Christina," "Berceuse," "The Waiting Room," "Cutter," "A Second Puberty," "The Greatest... More > Love Story Ever Told," "P.T.," and more. For creatively mature audiences.< Less
The further shenanigans of sensitive poet Eugene Baxter, the next installment in the Life of Easter, and the first in the Adventures of the Prodigal Son. The Poet & the Virgin meet and fall in... More > love in the smoky Midwest, just as the former is finally finishing college and the latter is just now looking at colleges.
It is war time. And the people want a new president. Eugene is delivering pizzas to them with his faithful dog on his lap, a joint in his hand, and a Springsteen bootleg from The River tour cranking out some crooner about girls and cars from a buzzy stereo. The good dog licks tears from our hero’s eyes, missing his young blue-eyed blonde with the bee-stung lips and thick-rimmed glasses, gone rainy Northwest. The tortured writer delivers another pizza. Another car bomb goes off in Iraq. And the one that got away, her name is Anomalee. This is the story of The Virgin & The Poet, in love, in times of war, in their Sunday Best Birthday Suits, through poetry, letters, dreams, and diaries.< Less
The idea was to create what I would've considered the ultimate utopia, create a character reflective of myself, and have him begin to question and challenge the perfection of that utopia. It was the... More > ultimate mental exercise in open-mindedness. In its imaginative satire, the book raises many questions from all sides of the coin.< Less