Brian Courtney

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Brian Courtney is a Colorado native and self-proclaimed Iconoclast who enjoys reading and writing, the great outdoors, camping and banging his Jeep around on some nasty trails. Some of his favorite and most inspiring authors include Kerouac, Orwell and Dostoyevsky. Brian has written Op/Ed pieces, poetry, several unfinished novels, an unfinished screenplay, comedy routines for his standup comedy and of course correspondence to our elected officials. From 2006 to 2010, he spent most of his free time writing for his website, PeoplesPropaganda.com.

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Off the Grid: The Catalyst

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