I'm a writer, musician, and utterly terrible dancer. I currently sing and play guitar for the Boston-based indie rock/power band band the Roland High Life, and record and perform Irish folk music and Celtic Rock/Punk under the name Forfocséic as well. I've also played guitar and bass in a bunch of different theatre productions up and down the East Coast, along with sold-out shows with tribute bands to Taylor Swift and Lady Gaga (yes I'm serious). I'm also fiction writer, playwright, and journalist; you can find me writing regularly at BoingBoing.net and the New York Times' Wirecutter. A graduate of Emerson College and the Clarion Writer's Workshop at the Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination, I enjoy mythophysics, robots and whiskey, and Oxford commas, and firmly believes that Journey's "Don't Stop Believing" is the single greatest atrocity ever committed against mankind. thomdunn.net



Jimmy Eat World are great. Love them. The Bleed American album especially. Cool surname by the way 😂
Thanks for listening to my track! The title was indeed stolen from the Philip K Dick book. I wouldn't know where to start with actually writing something with PKD vibes, but I bet someone on here would have the imagination to do it!