Many of the characters in Time’s Alibi or The Quantum of Jazz Between the Sun and the Grave hail from Philadelphia. In many ways, the city is personified in them as if its DNA has been grafted onto their own. David, a pharmaceutical mogul, is stubborn, persistent to a fault. Down, but never out, he seeks a cure for the disease that claimed his wife’s life. His grandson, Andrew, is constantly down on his luck. With David’s help, he is at the cusp of learning how to express the overriding DNA in all Philadelphians. But David is gone. He disappeared a year ago. When Andrew discovers David stumbled upon the invention of time travel, his world is irreversibly altered. Could this be the catalyst to the better life he is looking for? Maybe. But Andrew probably won’t live long enough to find out. It’s like Rocky fighting Ivan Drago all over again. Root for an underdog. Check out Andrew’s story.
Husky is a lawyer, poet, musician, chemist, and writer from the Philadelphia area. His high school literature class blew up his brain, exposing a love for story telling. He's circling back now. He can't argue in court like Mitch McDeer, drop rhymes like Mother Goose, rock like Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, or leverage his skills in the lab like Walter White, but he can write better than Kilgore Trout. Husky is a lover of ideas, progressive thoughts, and mankind.