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Despite past client work for international corporations, James' passion for many years has been helping to create transmedia narratives. This has led to work with emerging media and marketing trends through novels, non-fiction books, albums, podcast and audiobook series, web magazines / group blogs, and interactive media. Much of this work is distinguished by its signature aesthetic and irreverent style, and has been published by a number of independent presses.
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James Curcio is a bewildered madman with a sledgehammer made of words. That's a bit long to put on a business card, so usually it's said "author" "editor" "creative director" or "cat-wrangler."
This checkered career of creativity/research/livestock management began around 2001 when he graduated Bard college with the world's most lucrative degree (Philosophy), and co-founded a media collective. That did surprisingly well until it didn't, so he moved on to LA to play in a band, and have "JOIN MY CULT!" published. This was a Burroughs-esque satire about 90s counterculture groups that no one seemed to recognize as satire. It didn't take long for conservative Christian groups to notice a book listed beside Timothy Leary and Aleister Crowley. Thanks to their warnings, soon groups of occultists were translating it for local readings. Anyone was given permission to appear for these as "James Curcio", though it's hard to know how many readings were actually given.
Several books and startups later, he's still keeping it irreverent, but has since developed a keener appreciation for fact. He lives with a harem of feral lesbians and lions somewhere in the mountains, probably.