Nothing in this deep earth dungeon has the flame in my soul right now. The strength of my spite. My anger. The raging passion of my rejection. If I could I’d turn my insides out. Show the stone walls my heart, my energy. Let this whole stinking place see how small it is in comparison.
Laced around a friendship gone wrong, Flyboy is a grimy, non-stop, working-class adventure, not about the boy who can fly, but, more so, about the one who’s left behind.
(Now a film script if anybody with a lot of money’s interested …)
The man let rip his songs from the body, from the soul. Mikes were just made for mouths. Bobby doubted there was one in the world that could do him justice, that could capture him or his volume.
A journey into neon lit nights, weird things and dirty rock’n’roll. A book about the need to be lost, the conflict between passion and love, magic, and a brother and sister and their fall through music and the world.
I look at her shadowed shape, her eyes lit by street light. There,
in the hot summer dark. I have some thing, some self-thing. An idiot’s pride. And it has a power.
A book about cruising and being on the run without going anywhere. Raw, honest and devoid of soapboxes.
A good book for boys.
Johnny Kanook lived in suburb No.42.
An ode to the power of music and imagination. Death to the victim mentality.
Illustrated by Jeff Raglus – Mambo! Snorky the Wave Puncher. And also plays a mean trumpet.
The other kids go to the playground for their lunch break. Not me! I go to Jupiter, and Venus, and even the 6th dimension!
A simple, bizarre urban tale … with a twist.
Illustratred by Dean Gorissen … a legend! Deadly and Wicked covers.
Now an Emmy winning international animated tv series. True! Wow!
Check out SLR Productions to find out more.
Vasco Era, Chris Wilson, Gian Slater, The Monaros, and more …
Compilation CD of indi bands who’s live shows inspired
chapters in the book and jazz tracks that were created as soundtracks for chapters.
I’m not going to quote my own poetry. How pretentious is that? Thank Christ it sold out. Sorry, no copies left.
A gentle tale about hope, yearning, a little girl called Lu-Lu and her wishing rock.
Fred the Croc is a tourist attraction up North. When he gets bored and eats a few tourists, this just makes him more popular than ever before!
A very modern fable.
The creators of I Got a Rocket reunite for a rollicking story about family and pride. Oh, and lots of wrestling!