Entry updated 12 September 2022. Tagged: Author.
(circa 1950- ) US Libertarian columnist and author whose sf novel, The Black Arrow: A Tale of the Resistance (2005), seems written mainly to advocate his Politics views. Near Future America is dominated by a surveillance-obsessed authoritarian government which exercises much of its authority through militarized police units known as the Homeland Security Special Forces. The protagonist – pictured as a Superman with some powers verging on the supernatural – gives up his profession as a rock Music entrepreneur to become the eponymous masked vigilante. He successfully rouses America to throw off its yoke [JC]
born Connecticut: circa 1950
- The Black Arrow: A Tale of the Resistance (Las Vegas, Nevada: Mountain Media, 2005) [hb/]
- The Miskatonic Manuscript (Pahrump, Nevada: Mountain Media, 2015) [pb/Boris Vallejo]
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