Non-Fiction

Here you will find a small sampling of my published work, either in downloadable PDF format or linked to a web page. If you need a PDF reader, you can find one here.

Books

film buffs     acting     music

Feature Stories

     Dirk Arthur     Shimada     Malin Nilsson     Filmmaker 6-94 Prod designer 1-page-001   Men in Black

Iron Horse 3-06 - Dirk Vermin 1-page-001     VQ 4-99 Port 1-page-001   Whats On 12-04 - Wranglers 1-page-001    Scuba Diving-sharks 1-page-001     Hits 7-01 Revolution Rock 1-page-001    David 6-10 Fulbright 1-page-001

Skids Poppe
Poppe Charts…
Spokes (Video Reviews)

Here are some links to other pieces:
Ian Rowland
Review of The Fantastic Made Visible

And if you’d like a copy of my current CV, feel free to email me. 

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