"Dark Heat shows many familiar influences, and also touches upon psychological and spiritual themes that remind me of The Sopranos, Psycho, Paul Auster, The Watchmen, Fletch, Taoism and a whole lot of good movies that have Steve Buscemi and/or Viggo Mortensen in them. This story begins in gritty realism, and ends with a postmodern exploration into what's real and what's not."
- Levi Asher, LitKicks
About the Author
is an author, screenwriter, poet, journalist, blogger and Zen Buddhist monk whose dark and gritty urban novels have received international acclaim. His nonfiction has been published in a diversity of magazines and newspapers, including Harper's
, Las Vegas Life
, The Arizona Republic
and Scotland on Sunday
. A native of Glasgow, Scotland, he now lives in Portland, Oregon.
Vince Larue is a native of France and a citizen of the world whose drawings have appeared in books, magazines and exhibitions in France and the USA. An artist, writer, activist, ultramarathoner with a background in biology, geology, coastal engineering, food industry and sales-management. Self-taught, he has been compared to artists as diverse as Charles Burns, Robert Crumb, Frank Miller and the EC Horror comics artists of the 1950s.