Monday, April 23, 2012


I've been on the road a bit lately with the PA One Book tour and I'm posting most of those adventures over at the Stop Snoring, Bernard! blog. But I did manage to make this album cover for Cultures of Soul Records that will be out soon.

It's a collection of some left field underground Boston based disco from Evan's Pyramid.

Andre Evans is basically the man behind the group and he is interested in Ancient Astronauts theory. Which is pretty interesting stuff, you can read more of it on Wikipedia here.

If you like your disco underground, dirt and cosmic you will dig this comp. When I get a couple copies on wax I will be giving one away so stay tuned.

Thursday, April 12, 2012


As if yesterday wasn't awesome enough. This came in the mail from Simon and Schuster.
The F&G's for The Pet Project written by Ann Wheeler. This will be out by this time next year. Can't wait!

Wednesday, April 4, 2012


Thought I would get a new business card that reflects my new position.

Tuesday, April 3, 2012


One of my lifelong dreams was fulfilled last week thanks to the Lancaster Librarians. Getting behind the wheel of a Bookmobile! I thought it was to be a quiet civilized lunch until this rolled up.
For me, when the bookmobile rolled up to my school, it was better than when Santa showed up...and way better than Officer Friendly. Although the Hot Dots were pretty cool. Anyone remember those? Little orange reflective dots to put on your shoes and clothes to help drivers see you on the way home?
Noticing the PA address system and pleading that one of the librarians use it.
I was hoping that one of them would Shssh! someone in the parking lot.
Behind the wheel!
After a Hunger Games discussion and a delicious lunch.
Adamstown Library 
Ms. Jan commands the crowd.

Huge thanks to the Lancaster Librarian's for a great day!

Monday, April 2, 2012


This is a short piece skillfully edited by Randy Flaum at the York Dispatch but even his magic couldn't hide the fact that I was sick as a dog and was just getting my voice back.
That's the DayQuill talking, slow and syrupy.