For romance, please look for the
For erotica and naughty stuff,
sorry mate, look elsewhere.
For meandering gut and heart
churning novels, you know their names better than I.
If it’s escapism you seek, you’re
right on track.
If you’re the type for a
simmering treat of action and wit delivered with attitude, you’ll fit right in.
If it’s the worded equivalent of
an action comic with more depth, you’ll be entertained.
If you can take brawn, brain with
heart and soul, you’re old enough to read my work.
If a blend of action, humour,
supernatural appeals to your taste, stick around for the full show.
If you want equal doses of slam
bang mode with something to think about even as the story ends, you’re my sort
I recommend ‘Absolutely Done’ then go for its softer prequel
‘Second Chances’. Right after get a good dose of laughter with a twist from
By Dominae Primus
Absolute, a rebel Angel is
recruited for the unenviable task of stepping into the Grim Reaper’s shoes for
the time being. Presented in frame after frame of action interspersed with
humour, Absolute’s adventures lead him to bloodshed, discovery & personal
triumph. In his role as the Angel of Death, Absolute is determined in an
unpleasant trade, finds ample room for his mischievous wit while being thorough
in his execution of duty.
By Dominae Primus
SECOND CHANCES involves the
cheeky misadventures of a novice Angel named Absolute, who has to make up for a
serious misdemeanour in Heaven and is sent to make amends by taking over the
identity of a prominent Corporal of the elite King's Guards.
The novel explores Absolute's
adventures and the interesting mix of characters he meets in order to thwart a
daring assassination without arousing suspicion of his special powers. He has
help from his Mentor, Master Guardian Anchorius. The story has elements of a
hilarious court intrigue, having to train the Queen and her Maidens on the Art
of War, keeping an eye on the impish Royal children, as a court romance between
the Captain of the King's Guards with a Queen's handmaiden occurs by accident.
This is a light-hearted prequel to the more intense Absolutely Done.
By Dominae Primus
County takes an angled shot at the western genre by turning it on its head
with a combination of humour, imagination and all out action.
An edible tribute to the spaghetti western genre, where the good
sheriff and lawmen fight evil villains. The characters in this imaginative
satire are delicious with a deadly attitude to boot! Granary County is
all out fun filled action, satire and imagination suitable for the entire
Commercially released, Daily
Doses & Vital Verses is a throwback to the days of woven verses and
reflective, spiritual and philosophical prose. A book with dual nature, one
that of a poet and another of an observer of existence.
Daily Doses & Vital Verses is a book with two
portions, celebrating wisdom and the art of verse weaving. One serving for
every day of the year. Short thoughts to ponder, ruminate and cultivate.
Followed by eloquent verses that move the spirit.
These links are my Gutenberg.org hosted works of fiction
and non-fiction, made available for the reading pleasure of a global
audience. Donated for the cause of
literacy and ebook dissemination.
Publishing rights belong to the author. Accepted on artistic merit.
Listed since 2002.
NATURAE by Dom(Dominae
Always wanted to do a Shakespeare
without being Shakespeare. This is more philosophical and observational with
the Bard’s English in use. I made a
promise to myself back in school while reading Shakespeare that I will write
something like this. Enjoy!
Besides Project Gutenberg listed works, allow me to offer a short background on the availability of my literary works elsewhere.
My association with the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign began with the vetting, examination and acceptance of my literary compositions based on quality, merit and originality by two founding academics responsible for the management of the Project Gutenberg - global archive. One was Founding Professor, the late Michael Stern Hart and his associate Dr. Gregory Newby. My works were compared to the writers who had produced works of exceptional quality and merit, released prior to 1923. In other words I was rated in relation to the authors of classics in Western literature. Project Gutenberg as a rule only accepts works prior to 1923 but in my case they made an exception based on quality, merit and originality.
I have the honour of NOT 1 but 5 works listed and hosted by the University of Illinois based academics back in 2002. These works have been available online ever since.
The titles are:
Rhyme and Reason
Rhyme and Reason Volume Two
The above works are classified under several categories depending on their contents such as 'English' 'Literature', 'Philosophy'
Besides the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign(USA) hosting my works, they are also available in mirror sites in North America, Asia and Europe.
These include online resources/digital libraries at:
The University of Florida(USA)
Michigan State University(USA)
Ball State University at Muncie,Indiana(USA)
The University of Waterloo(Canada)
Universidade do Minho(Portugal)
University of Rome(Italy)
University of Adelaide(Australia)
In addition my works are available to staff and students of UNISA(University of South Australia)
Swedish University Computer Network(SUNET)
I've also had my English poetry accepted and featured at BBC official sites. In my case the BBC Shropshire edition pages whereby contributors consisted of mainly native speakers and a sprinkling of foreigners.
SURSUM CORDA - Lift up your hearts
Come my dears the sun yellow
Beckons thee out of sorrowful wallow
The pit of tears runs too shallow
For lively spirits mellow and callow
Let's be gone with many a-bellow
We cross the hollow elbow to elbow.
From distance and depths they roll
nearer like a constant stroll
their formation fluidly rustling
nearing leaves slovenly shaking
salt in my nose, curled up my toes
I can see the troopers moving hither
Horizon of scattered specks
unheeding fluid troopers' tracks
wavy phalanx forward advance
prance a primordial nature's dance
glare in my eyes, from morn sunrise
my attention attends along the strand.
Worth Of Say
Everybody's worth of say
heard in haunts you roam
Someone else's worth of say
overheard as you flit by
It's not your worth of say
while you stand, watch and wait
You want your worth of say
before pale flag's hoisted
the towel thrown
Everybody's worth of say
in each twist of rhetoric
Someone else's worth of say
you cannot see your name
It's not your worth of say
you haven't spoken yet
You want your worth of say
before the heart's lost
the daredevils retire
Everybody's worth of say
as you glean the scene
Someone else's worth of say
while you keep your peace
It's not your worth of say
when others speak their mind
You want your worth of say
before the flames flake
the embers melt.
Absolute, a rebel Angel is recruited for the unenviable task of stepping into the Grim Reaper’s shoes for the time being. Absolute wants for nothing of this world, but the divine right of earning his keep as a competent enforcer of order in a world wracked by chaos & greed. An Angel serves his God not only by saving, at times he too must kill to even up the scales of crime & retribution. Presented in frame after frame of action interspersed with humour, Absolute’s adventures lead him to bloodshed, discovery & personal triumph. In his role as the Angel of Death, Absolute is determined in an unpleasant trade, finds ample room for his mischievous wit while being thorough in his execution of duty. The book's prequel is Second Chances.
ABSOLUTELY DONE is a book with vivid scenes that can be adapted as a feature film.
Absolutely Done is an adventure, action comedy that is as full of slam bang action as it is in terms of witty comic exchanges, wise cracking and spirituality with a nod to mythology. Light enough for the casual reader, engaging for audiences looking beyond flash and explosions and intense enough in action for those who wish to have a cinematic feel of brawn and adrenaline.
Format: Kindle Edition
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
As creative persons we have to realise that films and videos are largely dependent on visual and audio aspects. To fully portray text content on film, film makers will have to focus on the source material available and that is the written text. A manuscript that is rich with detail ensures that the integrity of the writer’s vision is stated. If the writer has achieved that advanced degree of detail and precision, it is most likely that translation into the visual and audio media will be smoother.
A manuscript that is flimsy on detail will force filmmakers to imagine their own details and even sub plots. This in turn dilutes the original vision of the author.
In order to ensure source material integrity in the presentation of text based work to film, the author will have to exercise due effort in realising that vision by suitably illustrating details.
At times film makers attempt to update old tales in a revised contemporary setting. This is at times appropriate but it also runs the risk of being outdated in terms of setting decades down the road. It is again ripe for another reincarnation. But if the film makers had adhered to the original period intended and injected it with universal values or ensured key points critical to the plot’s understanding easy enough to follow, then the period setting of the story hardly matters.
Making a movie that is overly contemporary, overloaded with references of the current trends, being too much of its time will reach the end of its shelf life too soon! But a period setting utilising universal values, contrasts and perennial themes will fare better, perhaps even, achieving timelessness. This applies in any media in any art form.
Not every book is suitable for presentation in the media of film, both long and short form.
At times even best loved books do not lend well to film. Simply because the subject matter does not have adequately interesting dialogue, visual details, the inability to sustain viewers’ interests. It may be supreme in written text, a beautiful play of words and conveyance of meaning through skilfull word craft. But a bore when translated on screen! Emotions and concepts expressed so poignantly and aptly in words may fail us when attempts are made to express them on film, with the twitch of facial movements and gestures. Even the best thespians will struggle to sustain their own believability when portraying the characters. Unsuitable on film but such material can still be compelling when presented in the medium of audio books. Mellifluous voices with clear diction and good sense of timing propel text content into a stunning piece of written art, amplified and enunciated with vocal prowess. Thus, it is foolish to equate every popular book as fodder for the film industry.
Graphic novels, comics or illustrated stories, whatever one terms them. These materials have a greater success of conversion into film in their category compared to text as these are made with visuals in mind. The words attributed to characters are easily incorporated into film script with perhaps some additional dialogue and extra footage not shown in the original illustrations.
As someone with diverse work styles, I’m aware that my poetry and literary fiction are unsuitable for presentation on film. They are however suitable for conversion into audio books.
Contrast this with my works of fiction that are written with detail and visuals in mind. My works of fiction were written with emphasis on translating what I see in my imagination into text, whilst still providing ample freedom for readers to fill in their own details. The main components are still my own, from my mind’s eye. Text assumes a three dimensional true to life context for a reader somewhere between comprehension and mental formulation. I could challenge the vividness of graphic novels any day.
As authors we owe it to our art to express and maintain its integrity. The people who utilise such material for translation into other media have a duty to maintain respect and faithfulness to the original intent. After all, without the source material, there will be nothing to start with.
Text transcript of my interview feature with Cathy Stucker as she discusses with me on issues of interest. Cathy Stucker is a literary blogger who keeps a lookout for emerging authors and literary issues. Dominae Primus
*Tell us something about yourself. I am from the island of Penang, Malaysia. It is a former British colony. In my case I found that the more effort I put into the language the easier it became for me to master it. I also discovered a knack for writing in the process. Sometimes it’s just like music or art or even cooking. The language chose me as a medium and I embraced it!
How did you know you wanted to be a writer? How did you get started? I’ve been working at my writing skills ever since my teenage years. I studied English Literature and excelled in it while at school. The idea of becoming a writer started around the same time. I thought to myself, “Some day those words will be mine not some one else’s on the pages.”
Why did you choose to release under the name Dominae Primus? It’s like a brand that I intend to build up. Also it’s my manner of separating my creative side from my mundane side.
If I were to release under my full name, readers might have preconceived notions about what I write and that is something that I prefer to avoid. As Dominae Primus I stay clear from those search-for-identity, clash-of-cultures, archaic-scandalous-traditions writer.
*What is your most recent book? Tell us a bit about it. ‘Absolutely Done’ is my most recent book although !Attention! was released a little after. ‘Absolutely Done’ is my first full length work incorporating action, comedy, mythology and spirituality. It is propelled by the themes of good, evil and retribution with some imagined settings.
The prequel to ‘Absolutely Done’ is ‘Second Chances’ a mock fairy tale. It’s light compared to the harder action sequences in ‘Absolutely Done’.
What inspired you to write this book? In ‘Absolutely Done’, I wanted to portray Death as a fallible character, not the all powerful Grim Reaper. He also needs a break from the job every now and then. So he gets some help from Absolute, the unconventional Angel and his sidekick, Trench Coate. I wanted a story with some comical aspects rather than heavy hard core action all the time. Then you also have Lady Hope who packs a punch when in a fight. We make fun of mythology and turn their attributes to our favour when formulating the fantastical aspects of the story. Action takes place in our world, in fantastical landscapes, reaching its peak in the outer regions of the Underworld.
How did you choose titles for your books? Sometimes it’s the name of the setting as in ‘Granary County’, a satire of the Western genre. At times it’s a play of the main character’s name such as ‘Absolutely Done’. The title may also be the main theme such the mock fairy tale ‘Second Chances’ or a play of the main theme in the humorous action release ‘!Attention!’. It’s more straight forward in ‘Daily Doses and Vital Verses’ since it expresses the contents of both poetry and thoughts written in prose.
What obstacles did you encounter in getting your books published? How did you overcome them? Like all writers I encountered obstacles almost every step of the way. I’ve had the chance of being considered by notable literary agencies and publishers but in order for these agencies to take you in, you have to convince an entire committee, not just several members of the committee. I find that very unfair. I cannot be expected to change myself just to fit the requirements of a committee who might have set ideas about how and what a writer should write. There’s no pleasing every one.
Also the catch 22 of literary agent and publisher prior to getting published is a nuisance. I got to know my ebook enabler and retailer when I contacted Research in Motion, the makers of Blackberry which in turn recommended them. I believe in getting my works out there now rather than wait indefinitely for some agency to pick you out. If there’s any agency or publisher out there they’ll know me after I have released my works.
Do you have any writing rituals? I wouldn’t call it a ritual. It’s more of a discipline. Making notes, jotting down snatches of conversation, drafting sequences and then writing them down when I have adequate material. It all seems disjointed at first, but more will come if one worked at it. It’s a little puzzle that has to be constructed one bit at a time.
How do you come up with the names for your characters? I try to frame them in humorous terms, deliberately give them a plain name or have some reference in their name to their attributes. It takes some thought to come up with names.
Did you learn anything from writing and publishing your books? You have to be satisfied with the final draft. You have to trust the people who handle the digital format customisation for ebook releases. I know how to apply for a publisher’s licence, how to obtain a unique ISBN for each book and how to have the same information captured for retail channels. Creatively I have control but once it’s out there, it’s up to the market forces, support from readers, reviewers and media channels to spread the word.
If you were doing it all over again, what would you do differently? Less emphasis on short stories. I would not have signed up with my first literary agent who was a fraud. It happened before we had Internet access.
What types of books do you like to read? Who are your favorite authors? Why? I’m a very eclectic reader so I don’t normally follow someone unless they’re constantly appealing to my taste and ideals. My current picks date back some years.
I also enjoy action comics as in war themed illustrated comics from the UK. I’ve read those since I was a child. Seeing a girl reading those raises eyebrows. Most will think it’s a passing fad. But seeing a woman reading those shatters stereotypes.
Another feature I enjoy is spiritual fiction such as selected works by Kahlil Gibran, Paulo Coelho and Jostein Gaarder.
Are you working on your next book? What can you tell us about it? I am collecting and working on material for two divergent books based on a common thread. They may not have the same cast always but there is always a constant character who emerges in the stories. Readers will find a secret world beneath normal perceived reality. Some elements may be fantastical, but the stories that develop, the portrayal of aspects of human behaviour, occasionally controversial themes explored make them believable. Some of the oft repeated values and ideals that civilised society preaches are fallible. You have to make your own way in this world, among the moral, immoral and the spaces between those extremes.
*What is the best advice you could give other writers about writing or publishing? Keep writing and get exposure. Don’t always follow conventional publishing paths because that may take forever and you don’t have forever! Don’t ever forget that ambition because without it there will be no drive.
Who is the perfect reader for your book? People who enjoy wit, action, comedy with some spirituality and philosophy in the mix. Ages 12 and above!
Where can readers learn more about you and your books? My ebooks are available for an international audience through kobobooks.com
January 3rd 2011- I'm featured in an interview with Joanne Troppello. The full text is available at Joanne's weblog. Thanks again Joanne for the spot!
Full text of interview available below:
Dominae Primus is a creative content writer and editor with practical experience in diverse industries. The author’s commercial releases are mainly action comedy, ranging from mock fairy tales to heavier doses of intensity which tread a fine balance of humour, imagination and engaging action. In addition, Dominae Primus has also released a compilation of philosophical reflections and poetry.
The author has original compositions showcased online at BBC Shropshire Edition-The Write Stuff, ABC Tales & Project Gutenberg (listed under ‘Dom’). The author considers it an honour to be listed at Project Gutenberg along with literary luminaries of eras past.
For the future, Dominae Primus stories are expected to include more imaginative elements fusing with a backdrop of spirituality and constant doses of humour. The author believes that there is more towards understanding this life than the external realities perceived by the senses.
ISBN 978-967-5785-00-9 A mock fairy tale with enough action, comedy, wit and imagination to make you root for the chief characters. Prequel to the harder hitting ‘Absolutely Done’.
ISBN 978-967-5785-01-6 An adventure, action comedy that is as full of slam bang action as it is in terms of witty comic exchanges, wise cracking and spirituality with a nod to mythology. Light enough for the casual reader, engaging for audiences looking beyond flash and explosions and intense enough in action for those who wish to have a cinematic feel of brawn and adrenaline.
ISBN 978-967-5785-02-3 An edible tribute to the spaghetti western genre, where the good sheriff and lawmen fight the evil villains. The characters in this imaginative satire are delicious with a deadly attitude to boot!
ISBN 978-967-5785-04-7 This is wild ride featuring displaced radio hosts, a reality TV crew, a pig and a ram who own a bakery and a host of bad GM vegetables who serve an attention draining villain and his sister. This is a tale where a food fight equals a fight for survival.
Daily Doses & Vital Verses
ISBN 978-967-5785-03-0 This is a dual journey of poetic artistry and philosophy. Vital Verses portion deals with poems that celebrate hope and faith in life despite its turmoil and contradictions. Daily Doses portion is the author’s sharing of philosophical reflections. If taken one per day, the compilation lasts an entire calendar year!
Masterfully crafted satirical action fiction can be obtained at special prices for two titles at lebrary.com Granary County http://www.lebrary.com/view.php?id=391
Interview with Joanne Troppello transcript begins after this line: Question:
Why did you become a writer…was it a dream of yours since you were younger or did the desire to write happen later in your life? Answer: The idea of becoming a writer came about when I became aware of my abilities during my teenage years.
Question: What was the inspiration for your latest work of fiction? Answer: My latest work of fiction is actually ‘Absolutely Done’ although I had ‘!Attention!’ released a little later. ‘!Attention!’ is a completed humorous story lying dormant and waiting to be released. ‘Absolutely Done’ is inspired by a mix of hard core action, spirituality, comedy and mythology. As good, evil, the grey areas and the amoral are part of existence, people can relate to that.
Question: Do you tend to base your characters on real people or are they totally from your imagination? Answer: Both imagination and real life experiences.
Question: What was the most interesting research you had to do for any of your books? Where do you go to do your research? Answer: My research if any will encompass real life observations, reference materials that are both static and dynamic (books, multi-media, Internet posted material)
Question: How do you go from an idea for a book to the birth of the story? Is the process the same for every book you write? How long does it take you to write a book? Answer: Some of them took as long as two years because I was working full time and took time out to write in between work. Some shorter works took about several months before completion. Typically I would need a year to finish, from concept to rough draft, edits before the finalized version.
Question: Are you currently working on any new book projects?
Answer: Yes I am. More books in the future. I have to jot down more ideas and snippets of action sequences. Getting ideas for two divergent books simultaneously linked by a common thread.
Question: Do you have any advice for beginning writers on how to write a book? Do you have any advice for them regarding promoting that book once published? Answer: First of all have your own style. Next, write things that you are confident of carrying through. Get as much exposure as possible without breaking the bank. You don’t necessarily require payment for reviews. If so, be wary of the service provider!
Question: What is your favorite work of literary fiction and why? Do you have a favorite literary author? Answer: I prefer spiritual literary fiction. The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran is an outstanding piece if you don’t mind the New King James Bible inspired style. A well written, pithy work with philosophical and spiritual appeal. Never ever equate length with quality. It’s what’s inside.
Question: Who is your favorite contemporary author? Are you currently reading any contemporary novels? Answer: I’m a very eclectic reader so I don’t normally follow someone unless they’re constantly appealing to my taste and ideals. My current picks date some years back. I also read action comics.
Question: What’s your writing schedule like? When do you find time to write? Answer: I may not have set times to write but I will find time to jot down my ideas. Ideas are most vital. It’s usually when I’m not working on any immediate assignments when I find time to write. Sometimes I make sure I write something before I turn in for the night especially when I’ve enough notes and material to work on.
Question: How did you find your publisher? What was your journey to publication like? Answer: I am my own publisher. I found my eBook enabler and retailer when I contacted Research in Motion, the makers of Blackberry. It has been a long way and I could’ve reached publication stage earlier if not for the literary agent and publisher conundrum that I had to face. In fact I’ve faced almost every barrier. It’s easier to be inspired and write than to land an agent or publisher.
Question: Do you have any writing idiosyncrasies? Answer: None that I know of!
How have your friends and family received your career as an author? Are they supportive? Answer: Not all friends know that I write and have released work. Not all relatives know that I write to start with! I come from a diverse family and not every one reads or speaks English fluently. I’ve friends and relatives who are supportive. Only they are aware of what I do and have been striving towards.
Question: What’s the most challenging aspect of writing for you? ~ POV issues; using too much passive voice and not enough active voice; trouble creating active and engaging dialogue; using too many similar words in starting sentences; or something else? Answer: The most challenging is to have a constant stream of ideas or ideas that are sustainable and pliable. Once you have those, words will follow.
Dominae, thank you for stopping by today. I enjoyed our conversation!
Although we cannot deny that there are states when the conclusion appears worse than the start, yet after greater scrutiny, its benefits are within the grasp of those who know better. There are indeed states that end worse off compared to their beginning. If there’s anything of value to be derived, it should be the worth of a cautionary tale and perhaps a contrast with a parallel state.
To have a meandering story without a conclusion or a set of memoirs where nothing much happens within a closed environment is as pedestrian as daily routines of invisible lives. It is a waste of time and a burden thrust upon the patience of readers.
Concerning my own fiction compositions, I prefer to inject a conclusion to them. Even if there are hints of another story after the one just concluded, I’d prefer to keep the concluded story a closed matter. Conclusions provide a sense of closure, a real finish to things. I do not as a rule enjoy dwelling too much on a condition without offering a solution, serving as a conclusion or for some insight derived from the episode.
It is with hope that whatever that we have started, we arrive at its conclusion and a matter achieves closure. We aspire to a better state than the state in which we had commenced. Even if we have achieved the highest, we will do well to cultivate further.
Lover of Life, Singer of Songs-dedicated to Freddie Mercury- a poem by Dominae Primus. This poem is inspired by Brian May’s tribute to Freddie as inscribed on Freddie’s statue in Montreux, Freddie’s showmanship and the iconic sequences of a Queen concert.
It has nothing to do with accent. It’s not a problem for people to catch what I say.
These are actions which in some way the public has been brainwashed to expect from poets and writers and as such those actions are imposed upon poets and writers. Reading is an intimate experience and so is writing. Would you so freely state something so intimate to the entire public? You would if you’re an exhibitionist, who enjoys living in a glass house and loves to be observed every waking moment. The rest of us I trust aren’t so. Do you enjoy your food and spell out to diners all around you the pleasure that you’re engulfed by with every bite? Do you take an ice-cream, smack your lips, exclaim at every taste and swallow? Is that what you normally do? I think not.
By announcing the pleasure, it is lost. By keeping silent and savouring it, the pleasure is enhanced and stays as fond impressions upon memory.
A public reading is like standing up in class and having to read aloud so that the entire class and most importantly the teacher hears it and uses that to assess one’s reading skills. I’m not being judged by my ability to read and don’t need to read aloud to justify my literacy!
My readers can enjoy the work at their own pace by reading text or by listening to an audio recording of it by some well known commentator, actor or actress at their leisure or while performing some manual tasks.
Reading aloud to me is as contrived, forced and superficial as performance poetry. Poetry is something to be enjoyed at one’s pace. Another person’s pace may be too fast or too slow compared to your own. Or maybe you like to go over and then see the virtuosity of the work in technical arrangement and the wit in its turn of phrases?
Performance poetry to me only works if one is a rapper or singer songwriter. In that case, the poems have to be performed a capella and/or with musical accompaniment in order to be fully enjoyed and appreciated.
If people just want a performance akin to a recital from authors or poets, they can just open their books and read or purchase an audio recording when it becomes available. The public simply cannot expect a recitation when an author or poet shows up. That expectation has to be checked.
For a performance in every sense of the word: I’d wholeheartedly embrace it if it were a competent motion picture or animated film respectfully adhering to the content, spirit and intent of its source.
I remain against public readings and performance poetry. I’d rather talk about the process, the motivation, inspiration and themes. Also I’m fine with signings or a spot in discussion shows. It may be part of the business but it cannot be denied that it provides a panorama of one’s reading public, its general demographics, its noteworthy highlights and its quirks.
Many thanks to Chris Holifield and the team of Writersservices.com for publishing a short article I wrote about the site. Writersservices.com is a UK based authors' site which I had known since 2003.
Read my feature article under 'My Say' by clicking on the link. http://www.writersservices.com/mag/10/my_say_10.htm
Many thanks to David Kuzminski who runs the Preditors & Editors website. Preditors & Editors is a US based site I had known since the turn of the 21st Century.Here's the link to the article: http://pred-ed.com/pubop076.htm