Our first book, The Galileo Syndrome is in its third printing. Our second and third
books: The Fires of Home and The Dialogues of Sancho and Quixote were published in
2010. The Dirties, was published in 2011. Our newest book, Hobo Signs was published
in January of 2015.
The following four books are a series:
The Galileo Syndrome, 2004
The Fires of Home, 2010
The Dirties, 2011
Hobo Signs, 2015
The nature of this series is edgy. This edginess is the reason two major NY publishers
agreed to publish the books, way-back-when, and then backed out. Frankly after completing
the series, my ire for their actions has turned to understanding. There is no way
for an entity (with stockholder pressures), to publish this series, profitably. Hobo
Signs must be available and Hobo Signs has taken 15 years to complete. If only Hobo
Signs could have been published first, to alleviate all that confusion, but the nature
of art forbids that.
I would suggest reading Hobo Signs early in the series. Second to any of the other
books is perfect. After you read the rest, I suspect you will read it again.
The Dialogues of Sancho and Quixote is satirical in nature. An early version of
Cimatebull. Class satire, as well as the historical nature of this book seems to
be the most interesting parts for most people. The dialogues inside the book were
originally put out on the web from 1996 - 2010.