Dw. Dunphy's Supernatural Novella Drivers of the Plague Back in Print

For the first time in a collected edition, Dw. Dunphy's supernatural novella finds new life at Lulu.com.

Red Bank, NJ, March 02, 2009 --(PR.com)-- Originally released as a serialized web-novella, Dw. Dunphy's Drivers of the Plague tells the story of three strangers who are inexorably drawn together to fulfill the prophetical Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse analogy from the Biblical Book of Revelations.

The collected Drivers of the Plague is available at Lulu.com at: http://www.lulu.com/content/6013453 and will soon be available through other book retailers such as Amazon.com. It comes as a handsome paperback and is the first publishing venture from Introverse Music, Ltd.

The twist of the story casts these figures, representing famine, plague, and pestilence, as unwilling innocents suddenly afflicted with the curse of being "the ones" who will bring about the closing End of Days. The assumptions of who and what are in control of events are turned on-ear in a tense 110-page thriller of supernatural storytelling.

Dw. Dunphy is a musician from Red Bank, New Jersey. He has recorded twelve albums including the latest, Enigmatic, as well as being a participant in the avant-garde collective Nightmare Variations. In addition to his fiction writings, he is a columnist for pop-culture website Popdose.Com and was the writer and artist of the comic book series Blyberg in the late 1980s. He has recently begun an internet radio program, Radioshow With Dw Dunphy, on internet station thepenguinrocks.com.

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Donald W. Dunphy