Reginald Routhwick is the pen name of Dylan Cuffy, an author and pop-culture geek (for hire) who lives in Waterbury, Connecticut with six members of his family. Routhwick publishes through his own Constitution Books brand, and maintains a behind-the-scenes feed, #WhatLiesAground, on his Google+ account. Constitution released its first official publication, a re-issue of Ernest Vincent Wright's GADSBY: CHAMPION OF YOUTH, in October 2012.
A native of the Commonwealth of Dominica, the author has contributed to the English Wikipedia since early 2005, and has made appearances on Open Library (an Internet Archive project) and OpenStreetMap since then. He also constructs the soundtracks for his titles on Grooveshark, a music-streaming site. As an open-source supporter, he is proud to use open-source licenses and public-domain waivers in his own work.
At this writing (March 2013), Routhwick is developing a children's/general fiction project entitled MARIGOT MAGIC, about a raccoon family's reunion in Dominica's northeast. (MARIGOT MAGIC was a winner in the 2012 NaNoWriMo event.) Another venture of his, a trilogy called THE SEVTON SAGA, has been sporadically in the works since December 2005.
Constitution's next reprint, William Wordsworth's "The Recluse", was released on March 29, 2013. It will be followed by Edmund Clarence Stedman's "A Reconstruction Letter" (on April 2) and E.V. Wright's THE WONDERFUL FAIRIES OF THE SUN (sometime in late April or early May).
Official Constitution Books page: routhwick.pbworks.com
Official SEVTON Site: sevton.weebly.com
Official wiki for MARIGOT MAGIC: dixwell.referata.com
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by Reginald Routhwick
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Published on November 6, 2012. Fiction.
NaNoWriMo 2012 book. Last updated
To raise his troubled uncle's spirits up, and earn a schoolmate's EC$250 reward, young raccoon Samson Dixwell must track down a fabled film canister during his summer stay in Marigot, Dominica. But first, he'll have to deal with a band of nomadic, Luddite bears--not to mention a plethora of new friends and relatives during a wide-scale reunion.
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