is a poet and novelist.
the author of four novels—infra,
Newt, Hammers and Mantids,
and three collections of poetry. His work
runs the gamut from surrealism to sci-fi pastiche.
Publishers Weekly deemed him "a
writer with a fine ear and plenty of gusto."
Reviews called his work "cartilaginous prose, soft as fishbone,
sense-bending and scattershot as a Robin Williams shtick."
says Dakron's work "is
among the very small cadre of experimental fiction whose substance actually
matches its style."
No Point magazine tagged his novels as "a cross
between jive bullshit, hip-hop Henny Youngman, and full-tilt Rimbaudian
judged him "as sinister as a thirteen-year-old with a lighter and a keg of