OVERBLOWN A science fiction satire set in the near future where half the population are mobile ‘Roamads’—homeless-x-homeowners—addicted to an online world overseen by the New Totality government. OVERBLOWN chronicles the misadventures of Marco Shub who—together with his comrade Billy and an old world trickster, Enoy—unleash an illegal cyberclone technology and hide amongst the Roamads. The trio wind up co-opting the automated Presidential election, toppling a sinister ‘supercult’ and letting loose billions of cyberclones…and yet somehow, true love mysteriously effloresces. The book is overflowing with outlandish suspense—in a world mirroring ours but hyperbolized by lyrical lingo and anti-heroic antics—OVERBLOWN appeals to fantasy fans, sci-fi enthusiasts and anti-technologists who enjoy bizarre belly laughs and a twisted ending.
THIS IS ME
Born in Hollywood, California (1953) and raised in Los Angeles. Graduated from California Institute of the Arts (CalArts Film & Video BFA 1980). Worked as a Visual Effects Producer on feature films, television series and theme park events. For credit-listing see the Internet Movie Database site. (IMDB)
In my spare time, I worked with Jeffrey A. Diamond for 35+ years on MotionTheatre, MediaFusion and Superstorytelling. For fifteen years I lived in an Adobe house in the New Mexican mountains, worked on the project OVERBLOWN, and met my life’s love.
In November 2016, I left the USA -- I took the presidential election personally. I lived in Belize, then the island of Curacao, and now settled in southern Mexico, in a surfing village on the Pacific coast.
All the rest of it? Well, it was done just for kicks.