Michael Pohrer a St. Louis, Missouri Illustrator and Editorial Cartoonist at the Global Free Press has released images for "Rest In Peace" a trilogy of horror, eroticism, and murder novels.
Penned by Author, Evelyn Sciarratta the "Rest In Peace" trilogy weaves a riveting story centered around the residents of a small farming town. Evil walks in Mason's Mill.
Originally published in 1988 as a synopsised newspaper serial, the entire trilogy has taken over 30 years to compile.
All the Novels are available to the masses in worldwide distribution at brick and mortar stores like Barnes & Noble, etc.
The final instalment of the trilogy "Rest In Peace" -Starting Over was just released in early 2013. The novels are also available worldwide through Amazon. (You can read excerpts from the trilogy through the available pages at Amazon.)
Monday, 26 August 2013 11:01
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The GFP welcomes Dr. Haytham Khoury from Vancouver, B.C.!
Born in Damascus, Syria, in 1965, Haytham obtained his medical degree from the University of Aleppo in 1988. Thereafter, he carried out a specialization in Hematology at the University of Rennes, France, and a fellowship in Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation at the Leukemia/BMT program of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Dr. Khoury has carried out Ph.D. degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology at the University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. He has published a significant number of research papers and review article in the field of leukemia.
Currently he is a physician and researcher, and works at Vancouver General Hospital in British Columbia.
He is also a political writer with an interest in Syrian affairs and in Middle-East politics. He is a founding member of the Syrian Democratic Forum (SDF), one of the opposition groups in Syria that promotes change in Syria through peaceful means.
From Sydney Australia, Mark brings us his wonderfully humorous cartoons that will put a smile on your face whether you like it or not!
Being an artist gave him the joy of pestering politicians while at his stint at The Australian Newspaper as an Editorial Cartoonist.
Mark is a recipient of over 42 International and Australian cartooning awards including, National Cartoon of the Year, (twice) Stanley award for the best single gag artist of the year as well as his comic, ‘Clancy’ winning best comic strip 4 times.
Now living in Sydney, Australia, he lives in a virtual reality world with apps such as a mortgage and school fees.
Tuesday, 16 April 2013 13:01
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The GFP and our volunteers wish to extend our deepest condolences to the injured and the families of the victims, and our thoughts go to the first-responders, and to the people of Boston.
These types of acts are deplorable whoever commits them and there is an increasing list of those who will do harm to others for whatever cause they’re trying to get attention for.
It doesn’t matter who did this, because the damage is done. It won’t matter if it was a home-grown white-guy terrorist or a branch of Al-Qaeda.
Because you (the American people) will seek those responsible, you will seek men with blood on their hands no matter what colour or race those hands belong to.
Seek them far and wide. Find them. Then do what you need to.
Update: As everyone now knows two suspected bombers have been stopped. One is dead, the other in custody. Now it's up to the courts.
Image: Courtesy of George Takei's Facebook Page - 'I want to share this simple, beautiful image. This is Martin Richard, 8, who was killed in yesterday's attack. His sister and mother are critically injured. His message, "No more hurting people--Peace" is something we should all seek to honor, and remember him by.' (Thank you to the Richard Family for sharing)
Michael Pohrer is a St. Louis, Missouri animator, cartoonist and illustrator who has been spilling ink on drawing boards since 1979. Currently a member of CAPS, Comic Art Professional Society, I.C.C. International Cartoonist Conspiracy, and The St. Louis Gateway Arts, he has been delivering daily funnies to the masses since 1988 through the printed pages.