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Sketches of Verbal Alchemy

Release Date: February 20, 2009

Sketches of Verbal Alchemy is a book unlike any other. This is an anthology of contemporary poetry filled with thought provoking maxims and aphorisms, humor and wit. Cleverly organized in sections of one- to six-line 'sketches,' Geoffrey Dicker seeks to encourage people to think and laugh about controversial topics from love to religion to politics.

Unfinished Lyrics

Release Date: February 9, 2014

"Unfinished Lyrics" by Geoffrey Dicker is an anthology of song lyrics that have been recorded, verses, fragments and full length songs that are searching for a singer and a melody. Dicker challenges his audience to collaborate with him to transform these poems into finished songs.

I Won The Internet!: Daily Wit, Wisdom and Selfies, According to G. 

Release Date: September 20, 2014

Cover art by Troy Gua

Poet, lyricist and blogger, Geoffrey Dicker is back with his 3rd book "I Won The Internet!," a collection of humor and thought-provoking wit to help supply you with material to become the coolest person in your news feed. In addition to providing daily wisdom and laughs disguised as status updates and tweets, he also shares results from his multitude of celebrity encounters. Dicker has met famous people from all walks of life (including actors, artists, musicians, politicians and sports legends) and he celebrates their birthdays by showing off his portions of his impressive collection of selfies with the stars or their autographs. By challenging and encouraging the reader to think differently and discover the works of these amazing people, Dicker believes that you too can win the internet.

Journal of Grievances

Release Date: September 20, 2016

Cover art by Carl Paoli

Warning: this book is recommended for immature audiences only. It contains ridiculous amounts of adult language and really twisted situations. Journal of Grievances is a controversially raw and uncensored look into the ups and downs (both in and out of the bedroom) of a struggling, single gay male writer in New York. Told through daily journal entries on his year long approach to 40, the protagonist spills his guts with hilarious wit as he waxes philosophically and analyzes his raunchy sex life, drug addictions, debauched relationships, life encounters, and his frustrations with society while navigating through relationship drama, job-loss as he struggles to find his place in the world.

This is Geoffrey Dicker's first novel. He asks that if you are easily offended by profanity or graphic depictions of gay sex to please not buy this book. Alternately, he advises the reader to flip to any page and promises that within 2 sentences, you'll be laughing.

Twisted Tales and Very Short Stories

Release Date: September 15, 2017

Cover art by Carl Paoli

Geoffrey Dicker is back with a collection of 200 1-page short stories that will make you ugly laugh and roll your eyes simultaneously.

Goddamned - A Play

Release Date: June 7, 2018

Cover art by Carl Paoli

Former child star and inspirational pop singer Christian Light meets the man of his dreams and is contemplating a return to the spotlight. His faith will be tested as he confronts the skeletons in his closet.

Post Celebrity

Release Date: June 7, 2019

Cover art by Carl Paoli

Set 200-500 years in the future, Post Celebrity is a novel told in short stories. After the Quality Police (formerly known as the government) bans being famous in hopes of encouraging people to be less selfish, the events in the lives of nine radicals change society forever.

Paddling Backwards

Release Date: January 5, 2020

Cover art by Carl Paoli

​Paddling Backwards is a supernatural love story. New Yorkers Jake Lake and Parker Strickland decide to start a new life in Chicago, but things don't go as planned. Once in the Windy City, Jake is befriended by the mysterious Stuart Black and he learns that no one is who they seem to be.

The Rise and Fall of Utopia - An Oral History

Release Date: April 28, 2020

Cover art by Geoffrey Dicker

"The Rise and Fall of Utopia - An Oral History" is a fictional dark comedy that features a mysterious and deadly virus, an untrustworthy president, a divided country, fake news, brainwashed citizens, a perfect society and a whole lot of greed, lies, deception and conspiracy theories, all told from the people who sometimes lived to tell the tale.  Released in the middle of the Covid-19 pandemic, Geoffrey Dicker's most timely book yet challenges the reader to question everything!​

In Bad Company

Release Date: March 19, 2021

Cover art by Carl Paoli

Life long best friends Dez Wolfe and Parson Richards follow their childhood dreams and launch their own public relations company. When they turn to Parson's crazy and rich family for financial help, they soon find out they will all be working together very closely and their dream becomes a nightmare. "In Bad Company," Geoffrey Dicker's 10th book, imagines a pre-Covid time that is hilariously relatable for anyone that's ever worked in an office or had a horrible boss.

Bitter Rants and Love Poems

Release Date: August 31, 2021

Cover art by Geoffrey Dicker

31 bitter rants and love poems from the mind of Geoffrey Dicker.

Beware of Dog

Release Date: August 22, 2022

Cover art by Carl Paoli

"Beware of Dog" is the story of lovers Jared Whitney and Sergio Valenzuela, who seemingly have the perfect relationship. Will Jared and Sergio be able to get out of their own way so the ghosts of the past don't ruin their future? This highly relatable love story is Geoffrey Dicker's 12th book.

The Autobiography of Ultra

Release Date: October 17, 2023

Cover art by Carl Paoli

"The Autobiography of Ultra" is the life story of a fictitious rockstar that was created in the mind of writer/painter Geoffrey Dicker. Tracing Ultra's strict upbringing to his worldwide success as a rock star, this story is a cautionary tale about the ups and downs of being famous. Told through the pages of an autobiography, this story will keep you guessing until the very end. This is Geoffrey Dicker's 13th book.

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