Ferguson, author, poet, journalist, appears in various publications, and wrote propaganda some 25 years.
He is a former editor and critic for Hudson Valley, ran a local Fiction Workshop, and reviews books for various publications.
Rock Climbing, Booze, and Existential Ennui
After the Crux Originally appeared in Swift Kick No. 5/6 “Death and Transformation” 1987. Basement Man was the strangest fuck I ever met. I mean the guy looked like he just busted outa the pen, or wandered outa the mountains somewhere. He musta stood six-two, with a big, furry, crazy-lookin beard and these wild blue eyes that looked out from all that hair like a bear's. His hands were the size of your fuckin head.
An Ontological, Existential, Tripped-Out Tempest in a Cosmic Teapot
Callens combines a touch of Douglas Adams, a dash of Dave Barry, and the allusive dexterity of James Joyce, mixes it up with a whole lotta blasphemy, philosophy, psychology, mythology, history, comparative religion, science, drugs, sex, and rock ‘n roll, to produce one of the most unique books you will ever read.