My Other Works

Besides the Artaud-Desnos saga I have written another novel (being considered for publication), as well as short stories. Unlike the Artaud-Desnos saga, these are written for recognition and profit as well as for adventure and discovery. They vary in genre and cross over into literary but they probably all belong in the “weird” category. My inspirations are Shirley Jackson, Vladimir Nabokov, and of course my teacher who I’ve never met, Antonin Artaud.

Published works

Read my latest short story “Mad Dog” at Haunted MTL.

Read my short story “My Pet Trilobite” in Ricky’s Back Yard based on a real-life sideshow fraud. (Paperback version here.)

Read my short story “The Death of the Dinosaurs” in Ricky’s Back Yard based on Ken Ham’s Creation Museum.

Other published works: “Don’t Ask” in Profane Journal, “Selfie” in Deadly Quill, and “Passover” in Sprout.

Unpublished works

Read unpublished papers at my Academia.edu webpage.

Coming Soon – Published Nonfiction

Fanfiction – An Archive of Our Own

I wrote a sequel to the film For Your Eyes Only entitled “The Return of Emile Leopold Locque,” dedicated to the other actor who is a great inspiration to me, Michael Gothard

Welcome to My Other Writing

  • From Book 3: Portrait of Antonin Artaud

    November 27, 2019 by

    This is based on research of course, but it’s eerie how much I guessed before it was confirmed by research.             He was not what I expected, even after all these years. I discovered there was always more to learn about Antonin Artaud. Like me he experienced sudden vertigo, especially at high places but also… Read more

  • From Book 2: The Sex Discussions, Part One

    January 13, 2021 by

    Desnos never locked his door and now this worried me. When I stepped inside I saw a lit candle in a far corner. Artaud lay there on a mattress, and someone lay next to him. Desnos was asleep on his sofa and Roger and Justine lay tangled on his regular mattress, but everyone else had… Read more

  • Stephen Barber’s Newest Work

    January 8, 2021 by

    How much do we love Stephen Barber’s works on Antonin Artaud? My God. He’s right up there with Mary Ann Caws, Martin Esslin and Florence de Mèredieu in my gratitude for his and their research and translations of Artaud, Breton, and Desnos. My next purchase: A Sinister Assassin: Antonin Artaud’s Last Writings, September 1947-March 1948!

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