All prints are produced on cotton rag paper of archival quality. Originally, these are photographs run through a feedback loop using a Galaxy S6 and Chromecast on a home network
- Space Gnome 24″ x 18″, 2017, archival quality print.
- Dream Portal 24″ x 18″, 2017, archival quality print.
- Lovers 44″ x 24″, 2017, archival quality print.
- Blue & Green Radio 24″ x 18″, 2017, archival quality print.
- Automatic 36″ x 24″, 2018, archival quality print.
- Sunyatā 18″ x 18″, 2018, archival quality print.
- Play Control 18″ x 18″, 2018, archival quality print.
- Coherence 24″ x 15″, 2018, archival quality print.
- Extroversion 28″ x 15″, 2019, archival quality print.
- Social Media 24″ x 24″, 2018, archival quality print.
- Chairman 28″ x 24″, 2019, archival quality print.
- Star Vita 10″ x 16″, 2019, archival quality print.
All books are hand selected as featured excerpts on this site. Most are printed in limited editions. Read and share!
- Quorum by Joshua Cohen (short stories)—Quorum is a collection of ten stories, six dreams and one rant, each narrated by an alienated individual seeking only a sympathetic hearing.
- The Romanian: Story of an Obsession by Bruce Benderson (novel)—This winner of the Prix de Flore (Paris) in 2004 is a story of obsession and passion in Bucharest and the Romanian countryside, intercut with the tale of the scandalous love affair of King Carol and his mistress Lupescu.
- The Age of Sinatra by David Ohle (novel)—The long-awaited sequel to the 1972 sci-fi cult classic Motorman - part political allegory, part sci-fi dystopia, the world Ohle creates is disturbing, yet humorous and compelling.
- Mobility Lounge by David Lincoln (novel)—Mobility Lounge is a knowing satire about information and romance in the early days of the internet.
- Was: annales nomadique by Michael Joyce (novel hybrid)—Was: annales nomadique: a novel of internet, is a wonder work, half-poem half-narrative, an often comic nomadic history whose main character is the fleetingness of information itself...
- Trailer Girl by Terese Svoboda (short stories)—A collection with strong regional voice set in rural America.
- The Biography of Ben Linder by Joan Kruckewitt (biography)—A biography of an American volunteer who died in Nicaragua of a CIA bullet.
- Edge and Fold by Paul Hoover (poetry)—In Edge and Fold, Paul Hoover dearly and diligently avows that Vision now is a steadfast transparency at peace with circumstance. - Donald Revell; Edge and Fold confirms Paul Hoover as one of our important poets. - Rosmarie Waldrop
- Hunger by Elise Blackwell (novel)—Historical fiction about the Vavilov Institute in St. Petersburg, Russia, during World War Two, about seed scientists who starved during the siege of Leningrad
- Jackpot by Tsipi Keller (novel)—First in a trilogy of Women in Trouble. Jackpot tells the story of Maggie, a dissolute young woman in the grip of her own Caribbean experience of fear and loathing — a fierce contemporary of Jean Rhys' Wide Sargasso Sea, and Kate Chopin's The Awakening.
- Positively 4th Street by David Hajdu (biography)—The Lives and Times of Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Mimi Baez Fariña and Richard Farinña — a biography of four famous musicians and their times in the early 60s.
- Spiritland by Nava Renek (novel)—A debut novel about the adventures of a young American woman stumbling through the decadent wilds of tourism in Thailand.
- The Rules of Engagement by Catherine Bush (novel)—A novel about a War researcher in London and Toronto.
- Selected Poems by Simon Pettet (poetry)—The selected poems of English and New York City poet Simon Pettet.
- 6/2/95 by Donald Breckenridge (novel)—A New York debut novel about a single day in the lives of fifteen people.