From Helium, Roy C. writes about himself:
Dr. Dudgeon is the author of Common Ground: Eco-holism & Native American Philosophy and The Pattern Which Connects: Batesonian Holism & Postmodern Science, both of which are now available in 6 X 9, trade paperback editions from Pitch Black Publications, and as ebooks for those of you who wish to save some trees.
And, from MySpace, there’s this bit of info about Roy-Boy’s new book.
Well here it is at last, folks, my brother’s latest philosophical polemic is now available in paperback edition from my very own Pitch Black Publications. The Pattern Which Connects: Batesonian Holism & Postmodern Science is a book that only a hard-core philosophical junky would appreciate. But ya gotta love my bro, Dr. Roy C. Dudgeon, for producing this kind of shit…
Now, the funny thing is that the profile for “Dudgeon – Writer/Editor” lists all the same credits that I’d thought all along were from Roy C. Dudgeon: Satirica, Phobia, etc.
If there really are two of them, I’m a little confused. Which one’s the pompous dude who hangs out on the Silverthought forum? The Dudgeon from MySpace has the usual suspects on his f-list: Dagstine, Philbin, Cowboy Logic, Horrotica, Purpleverse, etc.
The Lulu storefront for Pitch Black Publications makes it appear that Roy C. Dudgeon is their only author. If someone has to start a micro-press just to publish his brother’s books, it sort of tells me there isn’t a market for them.