John von Dorf is a farm-raised pseudo-intellectual whose work largely reflects his critical exposure to the voices of the internet. He believes his generation is defined by these influences, and he writes short stories and novels about how his worldview is effected. All of his available works are published through Vern & Sisters' Publishing House.
The Gods Wait is a story of how the internet can connect and correlate existences across the world from each other in nonsensical ways. It deals with the changing socio-political landscapes of social media through the stories of many different characters, focusing on a sensitive boy who hits his head at a club and undergoes a new-age therapy for concussions.
Three short stories written by John von Dorf. The first story goes over the calloused life of an elite finance student who summarizes three places by shallow interactions. The second story is a story about the good-ol'-boy's life of a rugby team, narrated by a strong cockney accent with excellent prose. The third story is about a fast-food worker growing comfortable in an uncomfortable world.