Former phone salesman has paranormal experience while trying to phone home. The visions prove to be life changing as he divines 19 seers to bravely take up the ancient challenge of completing the oracle. The twenty texts, subsequent phone calls, and nitro-booty mixtape that result change the course of global warming, end all war in the Middle East, and create a generally cozy feeling among all the world's peoples. Lives out days as a Human Nature D.J.™, three-legged furniture salesman, and breeder of world-class talking parakeets.
Nicholas Frank is curator at Inova in Milwaukee. His writing has appeared in the Columbia Journal, Purple, X-tra, Artlies, M/E/A/N/I/N/G, and Oranges Hung, a collection of Milwaukee experimental writers. He has read for the Enemy Rumor poetry series and taught workshops at Woodland Pattern and the Poetry Center of Chicago, and was publisher and editor of Street Cave International. Frank is co-organizer of the Milwaukee International, an obverse art fair that expresses his deeply conflicted feelings about the effects of commerce on art. He is represented by Western Exhibitions in Chicago, and believes firmly in the interconnectedness of all disciplines. Frank wrote this bio in the third person, in keeping with standard practice.