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Apocalyptic Imaginary: The Best of Modern Mythology 2011 Paperback – January 11, 2012

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About the Author

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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Jamie (James) Curcio creates dystopian propaganda for lost generations of hedonistic outsiders, intellectual freaks, and incurable drug fiends. Rumors of being a key member of a harem of feral lesbians are slightly exaggerated, however.
Previous brain-washing agents have taken the form of subversive novels, essays, scripts for comic and films, albums, soundtracks, podcasts, visual art, and performances. His writing on myth and identity has been taught in several college-level courses, often seeking to transcend or challenge expected boundaries of medium, social context, or form.

He lives with a harem of feral lesbians and cats somewhere in the mountains and lives exclusively on mochas, lion milk, and raw honey. http://www.jamescurcio.com

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