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A classically trained musician-turned-writer, DAVID A. BRENSILVER is the editor of The Arts Paper, a monthly publication of the Arts Council of Greater New Haven (Connecticut) and has contributed to such publications as Drum! Magazine, Modern Drummer, and New Music Box, an online publication of New Music USA. He remains active as a performer and over the years has worked with various orchestras and ensembles in the United States and abroad. Since the publication of ExecTV, David has become a vegan. He has been described as a “lovable misanthrope” and admits to being uncomfortable with human displays of “unbridled joy.”
David A. Brensilver, ExecTV
Convicted of the serial killings and mutilations of a number of South Beach gay residents, Randall Snell — a former altar boy infamously dubbed the Killer Castrator by the television media — fatalistically awaits his end on death row. When Snell’s overstarched attorney, Conrad Rangefork Thistle III, pontificates on CNN that his client has the right to choose by which method he’s put to death, eccentrically brilliant and perpetually unemployed documentary filmmaker Dov Montana sees an opportunity. He teams up with Lerz Feingold, programming director at pay-per-view reality TV outlet ’Tude Entertainment, and together they plan to bring reality TV to its logical apotheosis. The equation seems simple enough: Conrad Rangefork Thistle III ostensibly believes the climate of debate that would ensue from a return to public executions will secure his client a stay of execution. Lerz Feingold, despite his tenuous relationship with Montana, sees an opportunity to catapult ’Tude Entertainment to the top of the ratings. But for Dov Montana, payoff lies not at the top but rather at the bottom, where he’s determined to expose the grazing herds of mediocrity that sit stuffed in front of their TV trays, infected by the insipid notion of reality TV and “news as entertainment.” The Nielsens, as he refers to them, are Montana’s target; the Killer Castrator, along with Conrad Rangefork Thistle III and Lerz Feingold, just means to an end. trade paperback | ISBN 9780975254035 5.25" x 8.25" 194 pp.
“ The story is nothing short of amazing. Brensilver highlights the ugliest aspects of our society and the scary part is the accuracy. For anyone who is concerned with today’s problems, this is a must-read. — Natascha, Goodreads David A. Brensilver, ExecTV Covers may  vary slightly from the ones pictured on the website.
© ENC Press 2018. Tipping sacred cows since 2003                     
RRP $14.95
A classically trained musician-turned-writer, DAVID A. BRENSILVER is the editor of The Arts Paper, a monthly publication of the Arts Council of Greater New Haven (Connecticut) and has contributed to such publications as Drum! Magazine, Modern Drummer, and New Music Box, an online publication of New Music USA. He remains active as a performer and over the years has worked with various orchestras and ensembles in the United States and abroad. Since the publication of ExecTV, David has become a vegan. He has been described as a “lovable misanthrope” and admits to being uncomfortable with human displays of “unbridled joy.”
David A. Brensilver, ExecTV
Convicted of the serial killings and mutilations of a number of South Beach gay residents, Randall Snell — a former altar boy infamously dubbed the Killer Castrator by the television media — fatalistically awaits his end on death row. When Snell’s overstarched attorney, Conrad Rangefork Thistle III, pontificates on CNN that his client has the right to choose by which method he’s put to death, eccentrically brilliant and perpetually unemployed documentary filmmaker Dov Montana sees an opportunity. He teams up with Lerz Feingold, programming director at pay-per-view reality TV outlet ’Tude Entertainment, and together they plan to bring reality TV to its logical apotheosis. The equation seems simple enough: Conrad Rangefork Thistle III ostensibly believes the climate of debate that would ensue from a return to public executions will secure his client a stay of execution. Lerz Feingold, despite his tenuous relationship with Montana, sees an opportunity to catapult ’Tude Entertainment to the top of the ratings. But for Dov Montana, payoff lies not at the top but rather at the bottom, where he’s determined to expose the grazing herds of mediocrity that sit stuffed in front of their TV trays, infected by the insipid notion of reality TV and “news as entertainment.” The Nielsens, as he refers to them, are Montana’s target; the Killer Castrator, along with Conrad Rangefork Thistle III and Lerz Feingold, just means to an end. trade paperback | ISBN 9780975254035 5.25" x 8.25" 194 pp.
RRP $14.95
David A. Brensilver, ExecTV
The story is nothing short of amazing. Brensilver highlights the ugliest aspects of our society and the scary part is the accuracy. For anyone who is concerned with today’s problems, this is a must-read. — Natascha, Goodreads
© ENC Press 2018. Tipping sacred cows since 2003. Covers may  vary slightly from the ones pictured here.