I have been a published Illustrator / Graphics Artist* and Writer (French & English) for 20+ years, with Print and Web Publishers and Advertising clients in Canada, Europe, India, Australia and the U.S. *Though I have worked for several years as a 'graphic artist' and will sometime incorporate graphic designs into my illustrations, I no longer accept specifically 'graphic design' work. Clients: Oxford University Press, Publications International Ltd., Center for Advanced Linguistics (CAL), Pearson Educational Publishing (Prentice-Hall), Municipal Police Institute of Boston; Harcourt Brace, Waldman, Golden Books (Disney); M.J. Hummel, The Mills, Christie's, PriceWaterhouseLLP; Montreal: Le Journal LaPresse, Les Editions Heritage and Les Editions Paulines .
5 STARS …. SAN FRANCISCO BOOK REVIEW“THERE ARE NO RACISTS IN FOXHOLES”A DECORATED SOLDIER’S WORM’S EYE VIEWFROM FAST CARS AND YOUNG LOVE TO HELL ON EARTHAN ILLUSTRATED BIOGRAPHICAL TRILOGY Book I – FORLORN WARSA HISTORY LESSON FOR THE GENERATIONSVIETNAM 1968 – A LIFE IN A YEARSAGE ADVICE TO A YOUNG SOLDIER“DON’T PANIC – EAT THE FEAR. IF YOU LET FEAR OVERCOME YOUR JUDGEMENT AND CONTROL, YOUR CH... read more
"McGuffey's Primer in Color" is a full color rendition of the classic text book for children, "McGuffey's Eclectic Primer Revised Edition". The color illustrations are much clearer than the original engravings. The san serif type face in this edition is clearer and easier to read compared to the common reproductions of the original book.
On a windswept night, a mysterious stranger arrives in a small English village seeking seclusion and the peace to continue his academic pursuits. Yet a dawning recognition grows within him that scientific enlightenment has come at a horrific cost. H. G. Wells' suspense-filled The Invisible Man remains a science fiction classic famous not just for its element of individual hubris but also for i... read more
Alan Davidson’s life is a real mess since his mother died. Then he meets Lisa Duffield —she’s the new girl in school— he thinks she’ll turn his life around. He soon learns she’s got problems —even bigger problems than his own. So he stays clear and goes about his own business while Harlan Duffield, her brother, sells drugs like candy, and uses his sister as a bargaining chip in a fiendish thir... read more
Wishing to find myself on my own, while at the same time fearful I might not be able to afford living on my own, I was looking for a college roommate when we met last Thursday in her Manhattan Upper West Side apartment. Finding Susann was a blessing. It meant I could move in with her, have my own room and do just that. And when Susann asked me right then to come along on a three-day sailing tr... read more
WITH MALICE AFORETHOUGHT explores in depth a theme sketched out in All Cats are Gray in the Dark... the progress of a human nature from innocence to cult worship to violence and self-fulfilling perdition. It is a blend of realism, philosophy and melodrama, about an idealistic teenager, a free soul, and the perfect embodiment of living flesh who gets along well enough about everything until he ... read more
Do you remember Skateboard Torres from Brooklyn who fought the malicious Machito Manes and his gang of murderers, drug-dealers, and rapists? With two brass-knuckled fists, a bullet-proof vest, a motorized skateboard, and a body fit for fighting, he saved his sister from a fate worse than death.HE'S BACK!SEBASTIAN TORRES and the PROSPECT PARK UNDERWORLDwas created exclusively for this digital k... read more
A little while back, after a 40-year career in publishing, I sat down to enjoy reading my favorite French classics, but this time in English. I was amazed and very displeased to find that even the most expensive editions offered less than totally accurate translation of the works; not to mention many translator's mania to go off on their own tangent, adding new words—or phrases—to the author's... read more
After a 40-year career in publishing, I sat down to enjoy reading my favorite French classics, but this time in English. I was amazed to discover inaccurate translation and other oversights such as new words or new phrases tacked on to the original text. Let us be clear, the classics are such because the authors were brilliant writers who took great care in choosing accurate words; Voltaire, H... read more
HONEYMOON is a personal narrative of a romantic, and sometime adventurous, European vacation in Autumn, 1988.
Fantasy Sci Fi for young readers.
In 2017 I had the great opportunity of illustrating a philosophical commentary on Richard Wagner's Der Ring des Nibelungen by the Irish writer George Bernard Shaw: The Perfect Wagnerite: A Commentary on the Niblung's Ring (originally published in London, 1898). Shaw offered it to those enthusiastic admirers of Wagner who "were unable to follow his ideas, and did not in the least understand the... read more
Philip Kindred Dick, né le 16 décembre 1928 à Chicago (Illinois) et mort le 2 mars 1982 à Santa Ana (Californie), était un écrivain américain de science-fiction, romans, nouvelles et essais de science-fiction —et thèmes politiques. Au cours de sa vie, il a reçu plusieurs prix littéraires, tels que le prix Hugo pour le roman —The Man in the High Castle— et le prix commémoratif John Wood Campbel... read more
This is the story of Robin, the middle boy of a rambunctious family of eleven children, and rough-hewn country folks. The farm country where Robin lives is traversed by a small river the ten-year-old calls Freedom Creek. Minnows, too numerous to count, seem happy to live in this creek; they swim in one area of the flowing stream for a while, then, when they have stayed there long enough, they ... read more
Avec Les Aventures de Tom Sawyer —et surtout avec les Aventures de Huck Finn— Marc Twain utilise un certain nombre de dialectes: le dialecte nègre du Missouri; la forme la plus extrême du dialecte sud-ouest, du Backwoods américain; le dialecte ordinaire Pike County, et quatre variétés modifiées de ce dernier. Le but principal de Marc Twain était de représenter la langue parlée et non pas la la... read more
Alphonse Daudet’s madcap novel Tartarin of Tarascon is set in the Provençal town of Tarascon. The inhabitants, called Tarasconnais and Tarasconnaises, are so enthusiastic about hunting that no game live nearby anymore; so the inhabitants resort to telling hunting stories and throwing their own caps into the air to shoot at. Tartarin, a plump middle-aged man, is Tarascon’s chief cap hunter. Fol... read more
The Pirate and the Monk is a picaresque work of fiction intended exclusively for its entertainment value, written for the mature, enlightened reader, and no historical inference must be derived from the text. The story depicted in this book is a retelling of the Libertalia sketch published in The History of the Pyrates, second volume of A General History of the Robberies and Murders of the Mos... read more
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