Boris D. Schleinkofer

Biography

He is a fictional character in the Horror-Play “The Greatest Practical Joke Ever”, by Shaytan Komp’ü’tor. He has never made love to a beautiful woman, never wallowed in fresh kill, never found a briefcase full of hundred-dollar bills. In fact, he doesn't even exist at all. So there.

Smashwords Interview

What is your writing process?
For novels or screenplays, I spend a long time, sometimes months or even years in one case, thinking over the premise of the work & its world-environs. I'll keep lots of notes. I usually build the world before I start populating it with characters. Once the world has settled into place, almost all of the characters' actions will tend to be dictated by the environment, so I can start building the story from there. Then I grab a handful of my favorite intoxicant, get someplace where no one will try to directly engage me & scribble out first-draft material until I get bored. This is where it gets spooky: I don't really feel like I'm coming up with much of this stuff by myself. It's a lot like listening to someone whispering the story directly into my head.
How do you approach cover design?
I approach cover-design in much the same way I approach writing itself: I keep an impression of the work in mind while I relax & open myself to visions, & the perfect image just appears. Since this type of art comes directly from the subconscious, it can't help but to be phrased in archetypal symbology & will tell a whole multi-faceted story by itself, in the 'language' of pictures.
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Books

Stick in the Eye
By Boris D. Schleinkofer
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 18,670. Language: English. Published: August 18, 2013. Category: Screenplays
Alex's story: a weekend in the life of a Seattlite hipster and his best friend Jamie, as they get into trouble with a stolen car, a bottle of tequila, a broken tattoo-gun, and the psycho ex-girlfriend. THIS IS A SCREENPLAY-FORMATTED DOCUMENT.
Revelation of the Beasts
By Boris D. Schleinkofer
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 198,000. Language: English. Published: August 7, 2013. Category: Fiction
JUSTINE'S world is overturned the night she quits her job and takes up a story-telling game with LUCIEN, the overbearing, darkly-sexual Promethean Immortal. She will come to learn that many of the key figures in her life are intimately entangled in his curious web, and the two will discover each other in Tantric exploration of the universe....but first, there's a whole lot of dirty, dirty work.
Four Over 20
By Boris D. Schleinkofer
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 24,760. Language: English. Published: July 17, 2013. Category: Fiction
This is poetry, a collection of four chapbooks written over the span of twenty years. It is not nice. Some of it will hurt you in deep places that you cannot reach. You have been warned. -- I should probably also mention that only about a third of the material is the rhyming, metered stuff.
Autonomata
By Boris D. Schleinkofer
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 54,710. Language: English. Published: April 28, 2013. Category: Fiction
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Agent MON2985 wants his identity back; his brain-chip is deteriorating and he won't be issued another clone body. Not only that, but some damned kid's found a weak spot in the Control Matrix and is messing with the whole scheme of things. The hammer of the New World Order hovers ready to strike, but the mind-controlled slaves are opening their eyes and scrambling out of the path of the chaos...

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