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Infernos of the Infinite
by Paul Grignon, Worcester Magazine

Seducing the Soul to Ecstasy:
Discourses in Desolation
by Paul Grignon, Worcester Magazine

'Broken' Unites Dual Lives.
by Nancy Sheehan, Worcester Telegram
and Gazette

Man on Fire
by Erik Radvon, Worcester Magazine

Intuitive 'Broken'
by J Fatima Martins, Worcesterscene.com

Men are From Mars:
The Paintings of Brian Burris and Daniel
Ceglinski.
by Chet Williams,
Worcester Magazine.

Worcester Painter Brian Burris
Creates Landscapes for the
Psyche
.
Jeffrey Starr,
GoLocalWorcester.com

Visceral Murmurs interview

Highlighted on 'PakistanOne' and
Turkish 'Hit-20.com'.  Hell if I know why

'New Concept'  by Joshua Lyford,
Worcester Magazine
SHORT FILMS:


 and lecture from Pecha Kucha#3,
 Worcester Art Museum.
Special thanks to Derek, Harry and
Susan Schmitke, and Daniel Ceglinski:
Derek who handed me his father's box
of acrylics and got me started, and Dan
who kept me painting when inspiration
was waning and later challenged my
style to evolve.

Also, to David Grilla, whose every
incidental piece of advice on art I found
paradigm-changing..

And to everyone who has ever bought a
piece or gone to a show... thank  you.
WRITTEN WORKS:

Codex: Fragments & Schemata, text
and images, paintings and graphics in
montage.  60 pages.  2008.

Broken Catalogue, text and images,
20 pages. 2010.

Lovesong for Canvas, 98 pages,
fiction, text only. 2010.
Locus, free verse.  108 pages.  2011.

Lovenotes from Vacuum, 36 pages,
fiction.  2011.

Defense Tactics for EMS.  Defense
tactics, pressure points, and restraints in
EMS.  Non-fiction,  64 pages.

Beautiful But Still Falling, text &
images, 60 pages, 2012.

Fire & Night, text & images, 28 pages,
23 images.  2012.

Visions of Darkness and Light,  66
pages, 31 images.  Aug 2012.

Killing for God.  234 pages, fiction.
2012.

Rocks in the Head: Tales from EMS.
Fiction.  122 pages.  2014.

Acid Fighter.  Fiction.  152 pages.  
2014.

Death, the Dream, and the
Nightmare.
 Poems by...  51 pages.  
2015.