I started working on Abraham as a movie script when I was living in Chicago in the winter of 2014.
I moved to Los Angeles, turned the script into a novel, wrote some music, shot some film, and created a few other Abraham-related projects that you'll see here before too long.
Above all, I wanted to ask questions about how we construct our reality through language, religion, art, and technology, so I felt compelled to allow Abraham to exist across several mediums.
The novel is written in a second person point of view, hence "You are Abraham," to give it a didactic/religious-text effect.
You are Abraham. You want nothing more than to go on a transformative journey. You try voluntary homelessness, extemporaneous social commentary, live performance, cohabitation, unspoken sleeping arrangements, casual dating, camping in the great outdoors, delivering a eulogy, mantra meditation, floating in a tank, punk rock, hip-hop, virtual reality, cross-country driving, and everything in between.