Mark Plimsoll


His college professors said "Young people have little of importance to say. Go live life, explore, ask questions, before you try to create art." Mr. Plimsoll dove into Latin America (and learned Spanish - his favorite author received the 2010 Nobel Prize for Literature) and interprets the complexities of distinct worldviews, linguistic and personal. He has written two memoirs, “WMD Machete- A Global Citizen's coming of age in a Forgotten Earthquake that Killed Twenty-two Thousand,” and “Havana Ball- North American Philanthropy in Culture Clash.”
He also wrote the novel “Godless Goddess, a Wiccan Adventure in Hawaii.” In 2009, he wrote, performed, produced, and published a CD-ROM musical multimedia audiobook, or radiodrama, titled “Cell U.R.” about the future of humanity with nanotechnology cell-phone implants in twenty-three half-hour podcasts.
Recently, he published “Cell U.R. Tales from the Script” in book form, the script plus lyrics to the podcasts.

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Cell U.R. "Tales from the Script"
Nanotechnology and Our Future, as Human Cellphones! A romance between a Metroplexual and two women- a Gypsy fortune teller belly-dancing tattoo artist who calls herself Vampire Elvirus, and Louise, an equestrian rich girl living rural in the outback DevaState full of genetically modified organisms. A Reality Show about a Space Shuttle full of virgin astronauts provokes intergallactic war and.... oh, just see the video!


Godless Goddess- Wiccan Adventure in Hawaii
Price: $7.00 USD. Words: 95,030. Language: English. Published: February 27, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary
In midlife crisis, off Prozac and on vacation, Lance meets a young lady who shares his hopes and dreams of love and marriage. Suddenly he's nude with two Wiccan college girls in a whirlwind erotic tour of bridled hedonism. They share beds and breakfast, luxury hotels, an abandoned jungle treehouse, black sand beaches, lovers, and a weight-lifting minstrel Christian preaching to whores in Texas.
Cell U.R. Tales from the Script
Price: $7.00 USD. Words: 88,480. Language: English. Published: February 27, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary, Fiction » Fantasy » General
A love story of our future as human cell-phones, a multi-media comedic satire of everything you love about B Movies and black-and-white thinking mixed with tomorrow's science and technology. A male Metroplexual loves two women; the belly-dancing Gypsy fortune teller Vampire Elvirus, and a SuperUser's beautiful, Wiccan, earth-mother daughter Louise, in the DevaState. Intelligent design evolves!
Havana Ball
Price: $7.00 USD. Words: 84,110. Language: English. Published: February 27, 2010. Categories: Nonfiction » Travel » By region
People with money among people with none! The bilingual Yankee escapes Cuban chaperones to deliver a literate view of Cuba. Meet gays, actors, whores, marijuana addicts, young adults, grandparents renting bedrooms, etc. Witnesses the rebirth of Havana's 'Carnaval' after a lapse of six years, and get to know a middle-aged American named Richard, who seeks a wife in Cuban dancer Wendy.

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