Rotten Veggies is a series of picture books for adults. Carrots and beans! Beetroots and radishes! Cucumbers and the whole rotten rest! My parents always told me,
“Eat your veggies, son! They’re good for you!”
Well, not these vegetables! ‘Rotten Veggies’ portrays vegetables at their most rotten!
Volume 1: Ginger the Carrot
Status: complete, in words and pictures, awaiting publication.
Illustrations by Sally Dee.
Ginger’s is a coming of age story. It’s about leaving home and discovering the world.
It’s about smoking your first toke, getting sick on alcohol and being with a woman for the first time. And then it’s about revenge for all those little carrots back in your patch who were always laughing at you ’cause you looked different…in an bloody-orangey type of way! Continue reading
Status: written, requires illustrations
MOTHER is a proposed graphic novel requiring illustrations. I see it as a mix of styles: comic strip, novel, full-page graphic alternation between pop and porn and horror-gore. Some chapters may stand alone as written word. Others may be in complete comic strip form. And others will be a mix of anything and everything in between, it’s final form to be molded by author and illustrator(s) together.
Mother has decided enough is enough. The cleansing is to begin. And no one is to be spared. To be sure, she is making a statement by starting from right at the top: with the President. Continue reading
The Microbes of Zam Steepa.
Status: Awaiting Author’s Review
Zam Steepa has a problem with microbes. If there’s something going around, he’ll catch it. And even when there’s not, he still does. Which shouldn’t be a problem in the day and age of curing illness with colored light. But getting the cure means taking the swab, and Zam, he’s got an oversensitive gag reflex. Continue reading