Razorback is an artist, musician, writer and multimedia engineer, presently living in Charleston, South Carolina. Born in Wilmington, Delaware in 1974, Razorback began developing artistic talents in grade school, frequently writing and drawing original comic book series. The initial idea for Zombie Field came about in 1988, as an antithesis to the popular comic book portrayals of the military and war heroes. As his interests in other creative avenues emerged, likewise did a desire grow to present these different aspects into the Zombie Field story.
After spending only one year in college, Razorback decided to boldly step out into the workforce as a graphic designer, confident that talent, determination and ability spoke far more than just a simple degree. He spent the next few years bouncing between several jobs, searching for the right avenue that would give him access to the wide range of interests he had.
In 1998, an innocent e-mail send to a popular musical band on how to fix streaming audio problems on the band's web site opened the door to working with the band as their principal web site designer. This was the first official client of Razorback Graphic Illustration and by the year 2000, Razorback was full-time self-employed.
Over the next decade, Razorback refined his skills in illustration, graphic design, web site programming, computer network, music composition and Audio/Video engineering. All the while, he sought ways to integrate these various aspects into the Zombie Field story, rather than simply settling on a written novel. Now that the novel has been released, Razorback plans on continuing to further the story to expand across various creative media, including short animations, graphic novels, audio serials and more.
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Zombie Field: The Rise and Fall
(4.00 from 1 review)
Murder. Betrayal. Extortion. What would you to to survive? Whatever it takes.
Smart, savvy, and engaging, this is the thinking person’s novel, bringing a unique spin on world peace initiatives and the never-ending internal struggle between good and evil.
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Evolution of Insanity
on March 13, 2011
Haresh Daswani has a fascinating story-telling style that engages the reader from the very first page. He shows quite a gift for creating rather ordinary people in somewhat odd situations. It's that twist of just a bit odd that brings a unique, life-like quality to each story. His descriptions of both the character and the environment are impeccable. You don't just read the story, you experience the story. That takes talent. I'd love to have his talent for description.
Most fascinating of all is how Daswani weaves extraordinary philosophical ideas into these ordinary --- almost unassuming --- characters and settings. You're not expecting it to be as profound as it turns out to be. That's a big plus in my book.
If that weren't enough, Daswani's sense of brevity is uncanny. The story is not so long that it interest is lost, yet short enough to leave the reader wanting more and pondering what happens next.
This collection of short stories is highly entertaining, thought-provoking, insightful and funny. Best of all, they are stories very well told.
I would read more of his stories any time.