Jason Zhi


Jason Zhi is an aspiring author in his late twenties. Originally born in the East Bay, he moved to the Central Valley with his parents, living in California’s agricultural heartland for 14 years. He has spent nearly 7 years immersed in the rave scene, 3 of those years deeply involved within the glowsticking “arts.” He has tried his hand at several different things, including fire spinning, computer graphics, and stage acting, to name a few. While having written several short stories and plays, The Plastic Wilderness is his first, although hopefully not last, full length novel. He hopes to move back to the East Bay one day soon. You can reach him: ravertrek@yahoo.com

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The Plastic Wilderness
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 172,220. Language: English. Published: July 7, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » General
A young man from the Central Valley discovers the Bay Area rave scene of the early 21st Century. Under the pseudonym "Glimpse," he witnesses and participates in the underground scene first hand, going on a series of different adventures and meeting wacky new characters along the way. The novel is loosely based on the author's own experiences and observations.

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bay area    california    culture    drum n bass    electronica    glowstick    house    massive    poi    rave    rave scene    trance    underground