Jacked Arts is the indie press Bill founded in 2007 to publish his works and occasionally the works of others…
A teen musician who's lost everything… A ruthless billionaire who blackmails politicians… A showdown aimed at the Oval Office.
J R Gould's fourth book of poetry, Last Rites for the Lion Tamer, captures the small moments in life through his rare lens and captivating prose.
A high school intern facing deportation… A plot to bribe a Supreme Court Justice… A case that could ignite a nation?
A teen artist on the run… A daring heist at the National Gallery… A painting worth the price of freedom?
Jim Gould's third book of poetry, Blue Refrigerator, serves up familiar moments in life with rare wonder and a keen eye for detail.
A homeless teen with nothing to lose... A corrupt politician with everything to lose... What could possibly go wrong?
In Germs & Fury, as an unstoppable global virus threatens humanity, evolution is hijacked by a spiteful geneticist determined to advance his new species inspired by biblical giants.
In Games & Fate the real world loses its luster, giving way to rich augmentations until a wildly popular role-playing game—driven by its own set of neo-commandments—governs everyday life.
In Gravity & Fire a ruthless tycoon tries to save the world from total ruin, but she encounters an eccentric scientist who shakes her conviction with his innocence and a revolutionary invention.
Peppered with magic realism these three rewarding stories show how ordinary people confront the extraordinary challenges of everyday life.
Jim Gould was born and continues to live in Gladstone, NJ, the source of inspiration for much of his work. High Water is his second book of poetry.
Part meditation on technology, part exploration of faith, this collection delivers fresh perspectives on relationships, love, and little slices of everyday life.
JR Gould's debut volume offers rare and moving insight to life's untold and overlooked moments.
Listen to the collected works of Joe Gordon, whose varied experiences and love of life shine through his poetry.