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154 pages
Digitalocracy Analogs
ISBN-13: 978-0692873540
ISBN-10: 0692873540
BISAC: Romance / Erotica

Por Que No: Why Not – Nine Stories of Naughty Delights


“There is no one way to love. There is no one way to fuck. Every form of sensuality has the ability to arouse the mind and body – this book bears witness to that fact. All of these stories were conceived of during stolen moments at work, causing very real, physical responses under cover of my cubicle desktop. Time taught me to type one-handed with a higher level of speed and accuracy as I found myself frequently masturbating in the secret world of my heart and head, music filling my ears and a blinking cursor on the screen, begging me to fill the blank flickering document with my wondrous fantasies. I hope you enjoy them as much as I’ve enjoyed the lovers who have inspired them.

 O. G_d

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186 pages
Civil Coping Mechanisms
ISBN-13: 978-1937865702
ISBN-10: 1937865703
BISAC: Literary Fiction / American / General



“The Beauty of Self-deprecation (is) in Andrew Miller’s If Only The Names Were Changed.” – Ploughshares

“If Only The Names Were Changed is an ode to the American fuck-ups and the art of fucking up … Taken altogether, [it] is a curious blend of memoir and fiction. With a dazzling degree of different perspectives, trying hard for honesty and earnestness while retaining a truly compelling narrative.” – Beachsloth

“Essentially an assemblage of essays, it eschews a linear chronology for something more
peripatetic; the author freely roams from subject to subject, often slipping into a highly stylized, almost poetic discursiveness … Miller is at his best when mixing unabashed candor with analytical self-scrutiny.”
Kirkus Reviews

“With evocative and compelling prose, Andrew Miller’s If Only The Names Were Changed melds the personal and the political, first-hand introspection on mental illness and drug abuse with poetic digressions and anti-authoritarian screeds.”
Eric-Eliza Wood Obenauf, co-publisher of Two Dollar Radio

“Andrew Miller’s If Only the Names Were Changed is the immensity of self turned into sharp, dangerous literature.”
Gabino Iglesias, author of Zero Saints

“Unflinchingly honest, Andrew Miller’s stories are akin to Francis Bacon portraiture. Mixed in with all of life’s brutality and banality are moments of astounding beauty that echo the angelic opening to Damien Rice’s song It Takes A Lot To Know A Man.”
Scott Navicky, author of Humboldt: Or, the Power of Positive Thinking

“Politics, religion, sexuality, society and psychology: Miller is unapologetic and brutally honest, galloping through it all at such a speed as will leave you breathless. There are moments when he is almost unforgivingly intellectual, moments of thunderous untempered rage and moments of poetic sublime.”
Emily Ruck Keene, editor of Paris Lit Up

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You Must Know This Cover Image
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104 pages
Digitalocracy Analogs
ISBN-13: 978-0692625996
ISBN-10: 0692625992
BISAC: Poetry / American / General

YOU MUST KNOW THIS is a touching collection of poems and photos about family and modern life.


Words about injustice, revolution, dreams, and love. Boris Pasternak wrote that we must remain alive, loving and creating and dreaming, while we continue our struggle for a just and equitable society. The private life is not dead, it breathes through the lips of those moments between – between work, between activism, between incarceration, between birth and death.

You Must Know This began its life as a private collection of poems titled “Gail You Must Know This” shared between the author-photographer and his wife. With the inclusion of several more politically aware pieces, this expanded collection aims to capture both the bookends and the betweens of our lives.

As Leon Trotsky once wrote, “Generally speaking, art is an expression of man’s need for an harmonious and complete life, that is to say, his need for those major benefits of which a society of classes has deprived him. That is why a protest against reality, either conscious or unconscious, active or passive, optimistic or pessimistic, always forms part of a really creative piece of work.

“Every new tendency in art has begun with rebellion.”


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Rotting Roots

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5.5″ x 4.25″ (13.97 x 10.79 cm)
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22 pages – ‘zine format – limited print of 20 copies
Digitalocracy Analogs
ISBN-13: N/A
ISBN-10: N/A
BISAC: Essay / American / General

What would you do if everything about your dentist appointment goes to hell, except for the dental procedure itself? This ‘zine explores the real life experience I recently encountered where politics, racism and a mouth full of latex-covered-fingers collided.
“Truth is like a rotten tooth, you gotta spit it out.” – MIA

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12 pages – ‘zine format – limited print of 20 copies
Digitalocracy Analogs
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ISBN-10: N/A
BISAC: Poetry / American / General

Since the initial draft of this zine another 16 black males have been publicly murdered by police officers. By the time you are reading this, I shudder to think how many more will have been executed under our current state of emergency by our Orwellian “safety forces”.
www.killedbypolice.net reports that as of Sept. 21, there have been 844 individuals who were killed by police action in 2016.