The Odd Profession of Jeremy Scratch

Professor Jeremy Scratch is a human taxidermist … and an assassin of serial killers.

His closest friend in college, Professor Tunji Farabi, is an African revolutionist who is also the Chair of African American Studies at NYU. Both men see themselves as being on good and honorable missions. They arrive at a philosophical crossroads and question whether what they is doing ultimately good. More

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About R. J. Stanchfield

Ronin James “R. J.” Stanchfield, storyteller, has journeyed through existence, including opposing the war in Vietnam, being a founder of the United States Green Party, and closing not one, but two, nuclear reactors. He was a whistleblower at Shoreham and, a few years later, found the purposely hidden “lost pages” describing the radioactive leak at Brookhaven National Lab’s High Flux Beam Reactor.

Ronin went from heavy industrial construction to two decades of high-end residential design and construction, building mansions in Southampton, East Hampton, Sag Harbor, and Shelter Island. During these years, he always made time to get involved in creative projects — whether it was to make a movie or write books.

He has worked for Billboard and the Chelsea Clinton News, and written freelance articles for many of the Hampton’s newspapers, including Dan’s Papers.

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