Works in progress by O’Shaughnessys, friends, hangers on.
(includes work by Bern O’Shaughnessy ostensibly written by his character Wish Bernum)
Yeats’s Vision & Destiny Sorter-Outer | print
by Bry O’Shaughnessy
Large-format disinformation graphic collaboration between Nog O’Shaughnessy and Bry O’Shaughnessy explicating William Butler Yeats’s vision of the 28 possible human destinies, based on the moon’s phases, as illustrated after a chance meeting in 1931 with a young Ted Geisel (Dr. Seuss).
Dunts | novel
by Mark Mitchell & our house Jesuit,
Father Norman de Plüm
What if one man sought to yank away all our fig leaves, exposing all our hidden desires and shames, and discovers the means to do so? A techno-thriller copied and pasted from today’s ledes, Dunts follows the exploits of Peter Quince—a mashup of Steve Jobs, P.T. Barnum, and Edward Snowden—who threatens to make public the secrets of every last person who’s ever touched a digital device.
Frye’s Potato Chip of Literature | print
by Nog O’Shaughnessy
His large-format disinformation graphic depicting literary critic Northrop Frye’s structure of literature as a 3-dimensional hyperbolic paraboloid. (Think Pringles® chip.)
Other Clocks | novel
by Tommy Gilboy
The O’Shaughnessy brothers—Nog, Fergus, Bern, Michael, Bry, and Pad—in their adolescence granted one wish apiece by the pookas, learn that desire alone is not a good compass, though it’s not the worst of beginnings.
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