Jeff Geiger

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About Me

Reader, writer, skier, gamer, foodie, movie-goer, music junkie, lover of all that is indie.

Why do you write?

I write because I can and I enjoy it. Hopefully I'll get a career out of it someday.

Any favorite authors? Books?

Authors: Neil Gaiman, Kurt Vonnegut, Cormac McCarthy, George Orwell, Dan Brown, Stephen King, Orson Scott Card

Books: ^Everything they've written^ Specifically: The Dark Tower Series, Ishmael, The Da Vinci Code, Angels and Demons, Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy, Harry Potter series, Inheritance Cycle, Fahrenheit 451, Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife, Amber Spyglass, Keys to the Kingdom, The Kite Runner, Breakfast of Champions, My Name Is Red, Sirens of Titan, Cat's Cradle, The Terror, Dune series, American Gods, Anansi Boys, Neverwhere, The Road, Good Omens, Sandman Series, The Bridge of San Luis Rey, Animal Farm, All the Pretty Horses

Graphic Novels: Chew, Watchmen, V for Vendetta, Sandman Series

Jeff Geiger's Wall

Jeff Geiger – Dec 21, 2011

Just finished a semester of creative writing and I'll be posting my works day by day. Hope you enjoy!

Jeff Geiger – Mar 20, 2011

Posted two new pieces this weekend, a poem (Insomnia) and a short story (Unknown Brothers). Wrote them over this past week to submit to two local lit mags. Hope you enjoy and I hope they get publish!

Jeff Geiger – Jan 13, 2011

Right, so, News Years Resolution was to write more so I decided that I'd finally take advantage of this wonderful site. Before I write anything new, however, I'd thought I'd publish my favorite tales of old and these would be the Bare Books. It was an assignment I had in high school (once sophomore year, once senior year and they're Albatross Antics and Hooves on the Sand, respectively) that is exactly what the name implies: a 30 page blank book that music be filled with prose, poetry, scrips, research, autobiography (however those last two I cut from AA for they were boring and didn't really fit in that well) and all sorts of multimedia to fill the page. It was a blank canvas for the mind's brush. Most students hated and feared the daunting task yet I gladly accepted the challenge. The enjoyment of the task and how please I was with the results have told me that this is my future (or something along these lines.) Hope you all enjoy.

Randal Houle – Sep 01, 2010

Thank you for representing the underrated cartoonie demographic. You guys have really had a rough time ever since Roger Rabbit. Welcome to Fn!

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