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Commentary, Essays and Friction*

© 1998-2016 by H. MILLARD
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THREE BOOKS BY HARD TO PIGEONHOLE H. MILLARD

All three books are now listed on Amazon.com.
Just click on the "http://www..." links after each book.
They're also available at quality brick and mortar stores or can be ordered by them for you.

The lefties at the OC WEEKLY said Millard is one of OC's most frightening people.

"Millard is an important writer" - New Nation News

"Millard is an original. His books aren't like your typical fiction.
If you don't know where to put his books, try the same shelf with Kerouac,
Kafka, Sartre and Nietzsche" - a reader.

"I consider H. Millard one of the most brilliant writers and analysts
in the European American civil rights movement.
" - David Duke



Ourselves Alone & Homeless Jack's Religion Ourselves Alone & Homeless Jack's Religion
messages of ennui and meaning in post-american america by H. Millard

In Ourselves Alone and Homeless Jack's Religion, H. Millard, the hard to pigeonhole author of The Outsider and Roaming the Wastelands, has put together some of his category bending commentaries on post-American America. The commentaries deal with politics, philosophy, free speech, genocide, religion and other topics in Millard's edgy style and lead up to Homeless Jack's Religion, in which Homeless Jack lays out revelations he found in a dumpster on skid row. Browse Before You Buy ISBN: 0-595-32646-3
Related link: OUR WAY FOR OURSELVES ALONE - (blogspot)
"We are a different kind, and we wish to remain a different kind and to live our ways for ourselves alone."

Roaming the WastelandsRoaming the Wastelands by H. Millard
(available at Amazon.com) "The groundbreaking novel of post-American America and of a life affirming philosophy that is beyond left and right."  from BOSTON - Chapter 1 - "There are some among us who can't help but listen to a different drummer. The drumming they hear is from their DNA. Some try to block it out, but it is heard in the blood which has no ears that can be covered to stop the sound that is not a sound. It is a call of the wild from centuries past to the wild in some humans. Those who try to deny the drummer are doomed to unhappy lives, for they are denying what they were born to be." - The ISBN is: 0-595-22811-9.

The OutsiderTHE OUTSIDER, by H. Millard
"Non-conformist and alienated, Buck wanders alone through a post-American America seeking meaning and the authentic. H. Millard's iconoclastic, sacred-cow toppling essays and fiction on post-American America have appeared in everything from the high I.Q. society Mensa's publications to newspapers and magazines." Get it by telephone:1-877-823-9235; at your bookstore, or at amazon.com by following this link:The ISBN for THE OUTSIDER IS: 0-595-19424-9

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H. Millard essays posted at New Nation News2008

 




Index of H. Millard essays posted at New Nation News: 2002-2007



Index of H. Millard essays posted at New Nation News: 1998-2001



----“MILLARD IS AN IMPORTANT WRITER”- New Nation News--
“One of Orange County’s most frightening people,” OC WEEKLY

“THE OUTSIDER is an enigmatic and complex work of fiction wrapped in seeming simplicity. It has elements of the mystical, the existential, and the transcendental as well as being a commentary on the PC nature of our times.

The reader is never sure whether the main character is schizophrenic and is imagining all the events of the story, or whether he is an avatar and in control of events; or perhaps, he is simply being meaninglessly blown along through events like a leaf in a breeze. Just as the reader thinks the story is a straightforward tale, it takes some subtle and some not so subtle turns into absurdity and meaninglessness and then back again.”


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  • *"Friction" is H. Millard's term for his un-PC fiction.

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