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"if you love what you do for work, then it's not work - it's love" Skip Pulley
Always Never Forever
Subtextual Narrative; Monologue Format
My latest book, Always Never Forever is now available.
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Philosophy. Psychology. Spirituality.
Satire. Six monologues in subtextual narrative
format present a diverse and eclectic view of the self, the world and
the universe from writer/director & audiojournalist Skip Pulley.
No subject is off-limits and all opinions are weighed against an
objective point of view. Semi-autobiographical, satirical and engaging, ANF bridges the
gap between metaphysics and epistemology by
way of existentialism and transcendental spirituality.
recommended reading for free thinkers, historical revisionists and
spiritual pioneers searching for truth in the modern age. To view the
footnotes and bibliography, or to review & discuss the book in an
online forum, please visit alwaysneverforever.com.
Prolonged Exposure to Sunlight
expected publish date 2018
wonder how other people wake up,
he thinks to himself. Not
in a philosophic, sociological or spiritual sense, I mean actually
wake up from a state of being physically asleep. When I am waking up,
I feel myself sliding back into my body. Floating upward and drifting
into my flesh and bones, which lies still; awaiting the return of my
He stares at his hands for a while, then rubs his eyes.
keeping his eyes closed, he breathes deeply. Sometimes
as I am waking up I feel as if my spirit is sliding into a flesh and
bone jumpsuit, which in turn, I slide out of each time I fall asleep.
I suppose we are all nothing more than ghosts piloting a carcass
through a land of make believe. But I know that can’t be true.
He stands and looks back at the woman who was sleeping beside him.
Because there is
There is only me…and you.
(Barachiel, main character)
Letters from the Alpha Zone
expected publish date December 2017
come to a room that had antiques on several tables and sideboards.
There are old paintings on each wall. The detail of all the antiques
and paintings would change each time I looked at them. Noting was
static. I never saw the same item twice. The furniture looked to be
original Victorian era. Suddenly the young lady opens a canned
beverage and hands it to me. I am amazed for some reason that she
actually opened it for me. I don’t know where it came from and I
didn’t ask what it was.
I took a drink and leaned against a
doorjamb of the open door we had come though. The beverage had no
recognizable taste or temperature. I stared at the young lady for a
long while. I finally asked her, “Where am I?”...not “where are
we?”, as if I knew that either she was not real, or I was not
actually there. She began to laugh. Her hair which was no particular
color and every single color all at once, was whisked away from her
face with her left hand and her eyes danced as her body pulsated to
the rhythm of her laughter. She finally said, “You know”. It was
clear that I had been that house before, but I still had no idea
where I was. I looked away from her to try to identify the art or
antiques in the room, to give myself a point of reference. When I
looked back towards her, she was gone. From "reflections", chapter one
Will Never Get
Out of Dealey Plaza Alive
confluence of treachery and overlapping agendas
lead to 76 murders in Dallas, Texas from
1963 to 1976
with the murder of John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Historical Revision, Research Journalexpected publish date fall 2018
is interesting to note how the deaths are grouped. Many of the
earliest deaths came during the time of the Warren Commission
investigation or just afterwards. Some significant deaths also took
place in the late 1960s as New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison
was launching his own investigation. Other suspicious deaths occurred
during the mid-1970s, as the Senate Intelligence Committee was
looking into assassinations by U.S. intelligence agencies.
from "Coup d’Etat", by Barry Jones
Always. Never. Forever.
This is my second book. It is a set of introspective narrative monologues available on e-book format. Please visit http://alwaysneverforever.com
Time in Outer Space
This is a podcast series of Life and Social Commentary. It is currently streaming on Youtube.
Spoken Word Albums and Tracks
My spoken word recordings are available online for listening and downloads. Please visit soundboyamerica.com
My avant-garde and independent films are featured at soundboyamerica.com