By J.J. Solari
The Most Socially Unredeeming Tales of Species in Collision on the Planet
No one on the planet writes like J.J. Solari, who was once a Mouseketeer for Disney and also a highly renowned writer for Easyriders Magazine during the supreme reign of Bandit as the Editor.
Here’s a quote directly from the tattered pages.
The beer sign was now inhabited by floating skulls whose teeth were spinning next to them in a circular chain of fire. And the fisherman was a headless skeleton gesturing to me to come walking forward. Sure, why not.
All these books are signed, the humble “Pen in the Ass,” author.