The BAG MEN Series
In collaboration with Silas Jackson
- A post-apocalyptic action thriller narrative beginning in the year 2069. The zombies blend in with the crowd. And humanity continues to murder itself with war. Volumes 1-5 now available on Amazon Kindle – so check out the links below!
Solo Works from J.
- Thirsting Gulch, Part One: a dark fantasy apocalypse horror saga – “No one remembers how or why the world ended. The fog stole the memories of who they were and where they came from. They stare into the fires, waiting for something, maybe death.”
Exclusive excerpt only on Bilander – click or tap here!
- The Cobbler of Antwerp: An Erotic Comedy set in the 1500s. Sexy satire with an historical twist. Our hero will cobble ALL the ladies (and most of the men) or die trying.
- on the landslide catwalk: a by turns humorous and gushy collection of 200+ short to medium-ish poems about honesty, love, and other bullshit
- Trumpscendent: political satire, dream sequence, starring a certain toupee’d business mogul – available for free, in its entirety, only on Bilander; click or tap here!
With Silas Jackson
- Birds Are Not For The Cat: Arbitrary rules, convoluted instructions, invisible management, horrific “accidental” deaths: all part of the deal in the workplace for Pete and Sam, two factory floor stooges who experience dissatisfaction on an elemental level.
- Ligeia/Bryndt: epic fantasy-mythology with dueling perspectives
- Bag Men: Origin Volume VI: facebook.com/SACBPH
- The Sisterdale Six: A Bag Men Story
- Birds Are Still Not For The Cat: a stranger novella, and sequel to Birds Are Not For The Cat
- Thirsting Gulch, Part I
- “Small Madness,” a short poem published by The Release Magazine
J.R. Traas is an author, editor, and ghostwriter. His skills include writing haiku, telling jokes, and writing joke haiku. Wherever he goes, he’s surrounded by cats.
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