September 21, 2016






The Website of Writer James Dawson
(aka Daltrey St. James,
T.J. Madison, Angelina Troy, etc.)




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About the Author

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Pierce Hitler
Dada Detective

Six Strange Stories


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Hollywood Eclipse

A Novel


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Rebel Hell

A Novel


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CHOP HOUSE

Unsettling Stories


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Wasted Talents

The Hot Noir Novel


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Six Kristens

A Novel


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Sex Kittens:
A Book-Length Parody
of "Six Kristens"

A Novel


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Fuck or You're Fired!

The Filthiest Novel Ever Written


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The Erotica Collections Series



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WASTED TALENTS SCREENPLAY

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REBEL HELL SCREENPLAY

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My backrowreviews.com
Movie Reviews Site


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My FilmReviewOnline.com reviews

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My ARTISTdirect.com reviews

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My LiveJournal Blog:
James Dawson's Irregular Thoughts


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Anthology Appearances

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The Anti-War Essays

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Accept No Substitutes

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Support the Arts!

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Words To Live By






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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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James Dawson has written more than 400 fiction and non-fiction pieces that have appeared in places ranging from the Los Angeles Times to the Marvel Comics Ultimate Silver Surfer anthology to Penthouse Forum. In addition to news, essays, articles, ad copy and a comic strip, Dawson has written erotica, humor, horror, SF and fantasy, as well as two screenplays, an original sitcom pilot, several novels and a bunch of short-story collections. His brutally honest movie reviews appear on his backrowreviews.com website.

The author (that's me, folks) (oh, what a giveaway!) would enjoy reading responses, reactions, comments and hysterical, garment-rending hosannas regarding these literary labors. Simply click the convenient e-mail hot link below. Go ahead, feel free. Answering correspondence is my favorite way to avoid doing anything constructive, such as making a living.


stjamesdawson@gmail.com






SUPPORT THE ARTS!
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How can you help America's Most Unappreciated Author postpone the living nightmare of going back to Working For the Man at some nightmarishly noncreative nine-to-five job? By making a generous cash donation to my PayPal account, which you can accomplish simply by clicking the word PayPal. Good God, could it possibly be easier to show your appreciation for fine culture? Methinks not.

Do it right now, before you come to your senses. Go ahead, get off your overstuffed wallet, you appalling cheapskate. It's only money. If you don't send it to me, you'll only end up spending it on more useless clutter that you can't fit into your cramped, filthy hovel; or on more junk food that your enormous, dimpled ass really doesn't need; or on alcohol, cigarettes and drugs that will wreck what's left of your rapidly declining health.

Be aware that you will receive absolutely nothing in return for your selfless monetary contribution...nothing except the undying gratitude of a humble, appreciative, shamelessly indolent literary genius, that is. And really, isn't that enough?





WORDS TO LIVE BY
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"Unthinkable thoughts are thoughts we have to try."
Nicholas Currie (Momus)

"Do what thou wilt. (Fais ce que voudras.)"
François Rabelais

"If you're going to wallow, wallow deep."
Marc Almond

"The road of excess leads to the palace of wisdom."
William Blake

"Whoops--my wand is a little over-excited."
J.K. Rowling

"To be governed is to be watched, inspected, spied upon, directed, law-ridden, regulated, penned up, indoctrinated, preached at, checked, appraised, seized, censured, commanded, by beings who have neither title, nor knowledge, nor virtue. To be governed is to have every operation, every transaction, every movement noted, registered, counted, rated, stamped, measured, numbered, assessed, licensed, refused, authorized, endorsed, admonished, prevented, reformed, redressed, corrected."
French political theorist Pierre-Joseph Proudhon, 1849

"I will not be pushed, filed, stamped, indexed, briefed, debriefed or numbered."
Number Six

"A mirror holds no fear for those with no shame."
Steve Aylett

"It's better to be an interesting failure than a benign success."
Malcolm McLaren

"Most humans are just silly, and 95% of our daily activities are a complete waste of time."
Morrissey




Comments?

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