J.A. Pipes is a self-proclaimed politics junkie, anarchist podcaster and blogger. He has traveled the world from Uluru to Istanbul. He has dug up dinosaurs in the badlands of Montana. He served in the United States Marine Corps during Desert Storm. He holds degrees in
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Recent Blog Posts
- On Odd Days We Write 22 October 2021
- Now Seeking Patrons 14 July 2018
- Essays on Liberty 3 February 2018
- What Is Anarchy? 5 February 2017
- My First Award 24 January 2017
- Podcast for Writers 22 January 2017
- The Written Word Strikes Back 13 January 2017
- Use It Or Lose It 4 January 2017
- Happy New Year! 1 January 2017
- The Shortest Day 21 December 2016
Testimonials from Readers
I finished [All Lesser Means] yesterday. I read almost the whole thing in one sitting ... I liked the story quite a bit - I'm a sucker for a good time travel story.
[In What About The Roads,] I felt I was reading the new Thomas Paine. J.A. Pipes sounds like Paine, Chomsky and Peter Maurin in one modern day pamphlet. His words remind us that the government of the founders no longer exists ... Clearly, an important read before the next election and one that should be reflected on by anyone involved in the political process from voter to politician.
I love the story [in All Lesser Means] and your writing technique overall. This one kept me at one-book-at-a-time.
The plot [of All Lesser Means] hooked me from the beginning and the pace built steadily to a very satisfying denouement that leaves the reader poised for what happens next!
Very interesting read - [All Lesser Means] catches your attention from the beginning - it also makes one think about the possibilities the future may hold.