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About PD Allen
PD Allen is an explorer, experiencing all this world has to offer, while freeing himself from the conditioning of the dominant culture. he is a published author of fiction, nonfiction and poetry, and he is also a musician, shaman, geologist and channel.
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A hunchback and social outcast plants the seeds to awaken everyone on a broken world. In a world where power is appropriated from the many and coveted by the few, Hawk Descending discovers that power is the innate heritage of everything that exists. He undertakes a magical quest to explore the true music at the heart of all that exists, and to perform this song openly where all can share in it. Beautiful and heartbreaking, Song of Existence is filled with uncharted depths of wisdom and enlightenment.
All of us are victims. All of us are heroes. Some of us are monsters.
None of us are victims. None of us are heroes. And the monsters are never what they appear to be.
This treatise contains meditations and exercises intended to awaken your inner senses: intuition, empathy and imagination, and to clear out limiting belief systems so that you can become a conscious co-creator, manifesting a new world of love, compassion and abundance, free of the negative limitations of this current paradigm.
If you are reading these words there is a future probable you that is an Earth Seed. This Earth Seed stands ready to help guide you into becoming what it is. All you need do is reach for it.
Into the Night
The poet seeks the illumination and freedom found in the darkest shadow of the night. Surreal, otherworldly, lyrical, and filled with essential intimacy and nonconformity.
Waiting for the Light
More fun than a garbage truck full of zombies, which it features, along with evil clowns and the end of the world, all of which beset our protagonist as he sits in a left turn lane, waiting for the traffic light to change.
Walt’s Bait and Cybercafé
A short and quirky vignette about Trance Jorgenson’s attempt to bring the two horse yooper town of Watersmeet into the age of the internet. What happens when backwoods Yoopers meet the world wide web? Revolution, of course.
The Conquest of Bread
A radical tale of awakening zombies. It is a tribute to Kropotkin, told in the first person plural..
Ready for laugh-out-loud adventure? Join Captain Will Power as he tries to save Bugtown from peeping toms, rabid guard dogs, evil professors, demonic toadies, an army of zombies, religious zealots and drive by shooters. The only question is: who will protect Bugtown from Captain Will Power?
Take a gander at 1970s era acid casualties, and the merits of what is considered a good book.
Mean and Despicable
This is the definitive history of Jim Summers, the farmer’s gunslinger. In the 1880s, tension between lumber businesses and homesteaders in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula almost rivaled the range wars further west. Jim Summers was at the heart of it.
Trouble Comes to Town
The sequel to Walt’s Bait and Cybercafé. Mad bomber, Ryan Chartier comes to Watersmeet in search of a pay phone.
Robin of the Hood
He steals from the rich and gives to the poor. A real trickster outlaw, Robin is. Hilariously devious.
A bizarre fantasy adventure. The protagonist seeks to evade the ever present Higgs Boson. You can never outrun that gone gorilla.
Song of the Wandering Hunter
The sequel to Into the Night. The wandering hunter evades pursuit as he comes to understand the intimate unity underlying all that exists. Will he be able to pass his discovery along before he is hunted down himself?
Will Albert Hayne be able to heal the wounds of his past, with the help of the elemental spirits he has subconsciously invoked through his fiddle playing?
Will Sheriff Pierce be able to rescue the town of Heater from its own rising madness, and will he be able to rescue it from the shadow of Martin Ross and the flux of the disturbed skies?
Will Zach McCready be able to lead the people of Loveland Manor successfully through their encounter with Homeland Security and the US military?
Will Keven Howell be able to rescue his injured friend without falling into the hands of Homeland Security?
Will Lucinda Morales be able to keep her family and her community safe from the threat of anti-immigrant violence?
Will Connie Blain and her children be safe from her deranged husband?
Will Rhonda and Allison Howell be able to rescue their mother before she becomes a victim of Reverend Chassey's mass suicide?
And will Colonel Nations be able to save his base from the designs of Martin Ross, along with the town and the entire world?
Dæmon Sky takes the suspense, the intrigue and the terror up another notch, transcending the plot through the interweaving of characters, storyline and imagination, to deliver the reader into a whole new realm of speculative fiction.
Murderer's Sky is the first book of the speculative, dystopian horror trilogy Under Shattered Skies. Set in a world not too different from our own, a world where humanity has passed the point of no return in its exploitation of the planet, a world where the monster threatening the future of life on this planet is the sociopathic inclination of its dominant species. Is there still a chance to save it all? Perhaps, but only if we can overcome isolationist tendencies and achieve a new degree of empathy with the world in which we live. Can that happen? Or are we damned to commit suicide by ignorance? Find out in Under Shattered Skies.
It is an introspective journey through the depths of the subconscious, through the essence of thought and emotion, through archetypes and the laws of existence, and into the dynamic flow of energy and awareness that underlies everything in the universe, everything in the wakeaday, and everything in the underworld. It is a story about finding yourself, finding your center, and finding the love and intent that is at the heart of everything.
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Sixteen year old Ojibwa Rene DeClaire is disillusioned and alienated from the modern world in which she lives. She would rather play her fiddle, inhabiting the backwood of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, practicing the old ways and learning to be a shaman like her Grandma Rena. Her older brother Stephen lives in the forest, hiding from the government and the Eater of Souls. Her mother Judy worries about her children and their inability to compromise with the dominant civilization. But Grandma Rena knows how important it is that the siblings and their mother find the right path. She has dedicated her remaining days to helping all three of them to open their eyes.
Soon the younger DeClaires will find themselves in the World Under the Flesh, locked into a merciless battle to save the Heart of the Wilderness and the Land Between the Sky Waters from the Horde, the Blight and a powerful and corrupted shaman known as the Ogimauh.
Along the way, they will have many adventures, joined by other characters first introduced in the Tales of da Yoopernatural, as well as new friends of myth and legend. They will find this struggle for the World Under the Flesh is also a struggle to awaken the world from which they came, the World of the Flesh. And it all revolves around the Heart of the Wilderness, a magical fiddle, and a fiddlestick.
Connie Hillman follows her former lover into madness. In the ancient Huron Mountains, she encounters ghosts, cannibalistic Weendigo, and a mysterious giant while trying to rescue the man she cannot stop caring about, Phil Waverly, an anthropologist lost in his obsession to prove his own demented theories.
The Buck of Mulligan Plains
Henry Kincaid enters into a mythic hunt that will bring him face to face with the Lord of the Wilderness. Meanwhile, his lover, Lilith Gordon, fears that she will lose him forever.
The Secret Life of Trees
The northern woodlands are home to many strange sights. Some say the ghosts of fallen forests haunt the region, while others say it is the ghosts of the lumberjacks who felled the ancient trees. A few speak of enchantments even more mysterious than ghosts, marvels of the fallen wilderness that linger, haunting woodlands and claiming the lives of solitary hunters or backpackers. Carl Landau will soon discover the truth behind these local legends.
The Giant Killer
Five-year-old Rene DeClaire embarks on an adventure with fairies and a giant-killing dwarf.
Afraid of the Dark
Drawn on by a contrasting mixture of attraction and repulsion, will Andrew Erickson uncover what secrets lie hidden in the absolute darkness of the haunted Laughing Eagle Mine before they cost him his life, and that of his friends? Join him on his harrowing descent into a nightmare world carved out of the ancient basalt of the Keweenaw Peninsula.
An enchanted, ancient sturgeon seeks to communicate with Bruce Torvalds, bridging the gap between man and nature. But is it already too late for Bruce to escape his social preconditioning? This tale demonstrates that the greatest struggle is not between man and nature, but between man and his own mindset.
A Killer’s Pride
Out of a misguided sense of loyalty, young Ojibwa Indian Stephen DeClaire ignores a call to follow the Red Path. He joins the army along with his friend Skip Neunan and is shipped to Iraq just in time to take part in the razing of Fallujah. Stephen finds himself the focus of a struggle between the Buffalo Maiden and the Beast of Babylon. In the fight for his soul, he learns powerful lessons about imperialism, the nature of war and civilization. Will he survive the invasion with his soul and mind intact, or will he follow his friend into the darkness?
Say EEEK to da UP, eh.