Four-page mini-series/graphic novel written and drawn by Jason about an assassin whose past is catching up with the future. First issue available on IndyPlanet and other locations.
Created in 2011, Jason servved as editor-in-chief, designer and cover artist for this 29-story military science fiction collection to benefit charity that include a forward by Stephen J. Sansweet
Published short stories, artwork, graphic design and more
As a military journalist, Jason wrote stories in 30+ countries, piloting an F-15 fighter, flying through a hurricane and documenting the U.S. war effort. He received more than 100 awards for feature, news, and news writing. He was twice named the Defense Department's magazine writer of the year and saw his feature work published in Airman and Citizen Airman magazines. Jason also served as editor for four weekly newspapers. Following his military time, Jason struck out in a number of different directions with his writing. In 2001, he and a friend created "Counterterrorist" (Privateer Games), a tabletop miniatures game in the style of Warhammer 40K. As editor-in-chief, he brought "Battlespace: Volume 1" (Knightwatch Press) to life, rasing more than $1,500 for charity. His Christmas-themed short story "Rudolph the Undead Reindeer" appeared in "The Undead that Saved Christmas: Volume 1" (Amazon Digital Services). His horror work "The Lives that Magda Made" appeared in "No Rest for the Wicked (Rainstorm Press) and he published a horror short story. Jason is also a published poet, with work appearing in "Absolute Poetry, Vol. 1," and "Tales of the Gunslinger Hollis Brown," for which he also served as editor. His own poetry anthology is "Vibrating Moonlight" (Lulu.com). Jason also plays guitar, dabbles in field archery, golfs and is great around the house. He is a Navy brat and a U.S. Air Force veteran. He lives in Georgia but calls California his home state.
Battlespace (Knightwatch Press, 2011)
The Lives That Magda Made (short story) (Rainstorm Press, 2010)
Rudolph the Undead Reindeer (short story) (Amazon Digital, 2010)
Airman magazine, various (US Air Force, 1997-2001)
News & Notes
So, Hi. I have not been swallowed by a Thanagarian Snare Beast. However, it has been a quarter of change. That has, indeed, slowed production of Vorpal to a stand still. I’ve been catching creative pulses in between much going on with my family, my job and, perhaps the biggest news, parting ways with my Read more about Work on Issue #2[…]