L.P. Wallinger is a writer and graphic artist who has written and self-published several books focusing on the strange and the unusual, including ‘The Mystery of the Jaguar’s Eye’, ‘The Gospel of Octopus Jesus’, and ‘Dink’. But the fact remains that he is an art school dropout and a ridiculous man. He once spent eight summers in a row living in a tent in the Yukon. His work is best described by a famous musician as ‘confident prose from a nervous author.’
At this time, Wallinger is safely kept in Surrey by his wife Margaret and a big orange dog named Scrambles.
At the January 27 gathering of Surrey Muse, we hope to hear more about Wallinger’s ‘confident prose‘. More information about the event is here: january-27-gathering-of-surrey-muse