My books and zines are available through all online booksellers, such as Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Bookshop.org, as well as Etsy. You can find eBook versions of many titles in my Etsy store and Kindle versions on Amazon.
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Dispatches Behind the Wheel Omnibus
Dispatches from Behind the Wheel: The Omnibus
The complete zine series about driving for hire in San Francisco… This 364 page paperback contains the definitive versions of all four issues of Behind the Wheel, expanded and updated with new illustrations and additional content. Two-tone cover, fully illustrated in black and white. Free shipping via USPS media mail.
24 Postcard Set of S.F. scenes from Behind the Wheel
San Francisco Postcards
Set of twenty-four 4″x6″ postcards of San Francisco street scenes taken from behind the wheel of a San Francisco taxicab. Printed on high quality card stock by MOO. Free US shipping.
Behind the Wheel Zines
Behind the Wheel 4: The Thin Checkered Line
“The Thin Checkered Line” is the fourth installment in the Behind the Wheel series – a week in the life of a San Francisco taxi drive. This half-sized, staple-bound zine features a wraparound cover and sixty-four pages of text, illustrated with b&w images of San Francisco street scenes from behind the wheel. Includes a “taxi driving is not a crime” bumper sticker. The price is $7.00 postpaid in the US.
Behind the Wheel 3: From Uber/Lyft to Taxi
QUANTITIES LIMITED!! Almost out of print! This illustrated 60-page zine is saddle-stitched, measures 5.5″ x 8.5″ and fully illustrated with a wraparound cover. Includes the “my other ride is a taxicab” sticker. Shipping is free.
Behind the Wheel 2: Notes from an Uber/Lyft
This illustrated 60-page zine is saddle-stitched, measures 5.5″ x 8.5″ and fully illustrated with a wraparound cover. This second edition was revised and updated in 2018. Includes the “your uber driver hates you” sticker. Shipping is free. (Be sure to include your mailing address.)
Behind the Wheel 1: A Lyft Driver’s Log
This illustrated 60-page zine is saddle-stitched, measures 5.5″ x 8.5″ and fully illustrated with a wraparound cover. This second edition was revised and updated with new material in 2018. Includes the “disrupt the disruptors” sticker. Shipping is free. (Be sure to include your mailing address.)
Masque of Infamy
A Masque of Infamy is a ribald story of teenage rebellion, punk rock and survival. After moving from Los Angeles to small town Alabama in 1987, Louis Baudrey tries to fit in at the local high school, but the Bible-thumpers and the rednecks don’t take too kindly to his outlandish wardrobe and punk attitude. At home, he defies the sadistic intentions of Rick, his father’s friend, who tries to rule the household with an iron fist. As Louis is about to be shipped off to military school, he stumbles upon indisputable proof that will free him and his younger brother from Rick’s tyranny. But just when he thinks their troubles are over, they’re locked up in the adolescent ward of a mental hospital, where Louis must fight the red tape of the system to save himself, his brother and maybe even his dream of being a punk rocker. Paperback. 320 pages. 5″ x 8″
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Institutionalized – A Piltdownlad Zine Collection
The “Institutionalized” story cycle is an exploration of an infamous event in a family’s life, told from the individual perspectives of each participant. A supplement to the novel A Masque of Infamy, but also stands alone. Interspersed among the narrative are court records from the trial, newspaper clippings and other miscellany. Also includes a letter and comment sections and zine reviews. Typewritten and photocopied, wrap around cover, 100 pages, 5.5 x 8.5, perfect bound. Free shipping
The Olympic Spirit
The Olympic Spirit and Other Stories
Collects the previously published Piltdownlad zines: The Güero Chingón Stories, Vol. One, Junior Careers and The Olympic Spirit. Tales from the San Gabriel Valley. A visceral look at life in the late seventies and early eighties, growing up in the suburbs of Los Angeles, when kids weren’t allowed indoors until the sun went down. Typewritten, illustrated 100 pages, perfect bound. Free shipping.
The Murky Realm – Piltdownlad Zine #7
A biographical sketch of a tragic union with some creative engineering. This is the story of how my parents got together. All my troubles begin here… The text is typewritten on my Olympia Manual. The size of this zine is 5.5 x 7 and the cover is black cardstock with a handwritten title piece glued on. The page count is 44. Shipping is free.
The Nasty Oh-Dear – Piltdownlad Zine #4
“The Nasty Oh-Dear” is about moving from East LA to Alabama in the eighties and ending in state custody. Also explores self-publishing and perzines, including a meditation on the first perzine I ever read, the pondering of truth versus fiction and the origins of the name “Piltdownlad.” Typewritten • 4.25″ × 7″ • 40pp. • Free shipping.