David Pugh has been a published comic strip artist and writer since 1976. He was the last artist to draw Dan Dare – Pilot of the Future in the Eagle comic. He has eight books still in print; Loner anthology (Rebellion 2019) three new Slaine anthologies, one Polish edition and one in German (Rebellion, August 2018), Neil Gaiman’s Shadow Death (Papercutz, USA, 2016), Slaine: The King (2013), Slaine: Time Killer (2007) and writer and artist of Obvious Tactics (Black Library, 2002). Following eleven years on the Daily Mirror’s Scorer newspaper football strip, he became a voluntary graphic designer for a Tibetan charity in Dharamsala, India. 2017 saw his essay published in Minds Wailing in Remembrance, an Indian tribute anthology to Tibetan monk Tenzin Delek who died in a Chinese prison.
A romance to help you find your true self and spirituality by having lots of sex!
Sylvia Dharma has a holiday romance with Remus Jallow, a West African palm tapper, and moves to The Gambia. She becomes involved with a Botswana hitman to take on the dangerous Bob Jatta, a sexually dysfunctional people trafficker whom she has publicly offended.
Her estranged husband, Jeffrey, goes to India and finds love in the Tibetan community of Dharamsala. He forms a cult of sexual self-realisation with Sylvia’s former lover, Remus. The two are joined by a Japanese adult video star and her grown-up aborted daughter. Guidance comes from a beer-loving Jesus with a little help from Jagannath, Lord of the Universe; and the words of Leonard Cohen.
‘A cracking good read,’ Alan Macmillan Orr, author of The Little Book of Life and The Natural Mind – Waking Up, Volumes 1–3.
Dharma Sutra by David Pugh gets a wonderful review by Terry Kerr. Kerr is the author of terrific books such as Pavlov’s Bell, Stay My Hand, Lost in the Fog, and Pandora’s Hand. Terry Kerr describes the book as “shocking, thought-pro [...]
I have always been a storyteller, albeit mostly in comic book pictures rather than words. I envied the fact that the writers I worked with would spend a morning writing what might take me a week to draw. I had the reputation of being the artist who p [...]
DHARMA SUTRA has finally been released in paperback, hard back and two electronic editions. It’s taken over three years to get to this point. The original manuscript was 133,000 words long but I trimmed it down for a faster moving read. My plan [...]