Titles in Print
Pie in the Sky (Pizza Noir #3)
by Day, Denver (2017)
The werewolves are back. This time, they're fueled by a crack habit, colluding with landgoing sharks, and forcing police on the American West Coast into further existentialist crises. The weather's the same with a few new characters, and the luckiest of old favorites.
ISBN 978-0-9981763-1-4 (PAPERBACK) Contact publisher directly for hardcopies, or buy through Amazon
Hipster Bricks: A Philosophical Novel
by Day, Denver (2016)
Point blank with a continental drifter. Hey, why don't you go take a ride. And while you're at it, take a hard look at the ethical gray areas of life's highways. Why don't you question the limits of individual free will, and plot the moral high ground. Gather 'round and haggle with the hegemons of sex, death, and truth. So get in the car.
ISBN 978-0-9981763-0-7 (PAPERBACK) Contact publisher directly for hardcopies, or buy through Amazon
Catch as Catch Can (Pizza Noir #1)
by Day, Denver (2015)
Pizza Noir is a series of novellas written after a boilerplate crime-on-deadline fashion, fast and messily on a manual typewriter, without pulling any punches for descriptions of blood, sex, ruin, prostitution, drug abuse, hopelessness, and the law of the sea. So cut the lights, have a cold cup of coffee, and wish for weather.
ISBN 978-0-9906741-3-9 (PAPERBACK) Contact publisher directly for hardcopies, or buy through Amazon
Alpha Taxonomy (Pizza Noir #2)
by Day, Denver (2015)
Protagonist gets on the wagon. More murder, more rain, more cops. More werewolves.
ISBN 978-0-9906741-5-3 (paperback) Contact publisher directly for hardcopies, or buy through Amazon
Embedded Alive: First Person Journalism in the United States of America
by Braswell, C.G. (2015)
For some, this book is a hot mess. For others, it is a how-to account of reportage, legal briefs, letters amici curiae, and even police reports submitted for public consideration by a professional reporter. For others, it is an anthology of in-good-faith and sometimes harshly honest opinion and editorial columns. Another audience may best consider the contents of "Embedded Alive" as a study of contemporary American civics, while some may view it as pure politics. It is a hard look at the personal history and unique vantage of the author attempting to tell these stories and frame these issues accurately. Verily, the book is all of these things and more that represent the basic skills necessary for a journalist in the 21st century.
ISBN 978-0-9906-741-0-8 (PAPERBACK) Contact publisher directly for hardcopies, or buy through Amazon