Isaac M. Dubois (1966) was born in Marseille, France. Little is known about his childhood except that in 1975, he fled to America to escape an abusive home life. He self-educated himself as he roamed New York State, finally settling down around the Fruit Belt where he currently writes. If you look hard enough, you may see him wandering up and down Jefferson Avenue trying to pick up a Wifi signal for his tablet (mobile typewriter).
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Episode I in the F@ckin Super series.
Why do you write such trash?
This question may be directed towards my first book, Handys, Fly Swatters, and The Homeless.
Let me say this. Trash can be discarded, thrown away. I suppose the same applies to digital trash, which can be deleted or recycled.
My intent was not to write trash, but to illustrate (with words) short episodes that are a part of a large to very large story.
Yes, there are some graphic moments; but life is nothing but an endless string of these moments, which sometimes occur in both private and public environments.
Everyone is a critic, so if you find my products "trashy," then godspeed to you in your other endeavors.
Simple answer: I write it because I can. If you don't want to sift through the trash in order to find a piece of gold, then move along. Don't waste anymore of your precious time.
There's no point in weeping if there's no one around to share the tears with. Follow HER psychedelic and heart wrenching adventures in the first book in a long line of sad memories scribbled on bloody napkins.
Episode I in the Crutches and Condoms series: 5256 trashy words that may or may not help you get laid. Follow the adventures of Frankie Vasquez as he crosses all lines and resorts to insane amounts of debauchery in order to attain "top-shelf" poon.
Want to know how to sell an award-winning screenplay and earn millions of dollars doing it? The mystical secrets contained in this book may or may not help you. Why don't you just drink some liquid courage and download already? If it's not for you, you would have only wasted approximately 15 minutes of your "busy" life.