What if you had no daily grind, no soul-sucking job, and a few smart, passionate friends to watch your back and split the bills? Could you find a way to make ends meet and then pour every moment into what you really love?
Five friends take the plunge to find out.
Sushi and her roommate Summer are tired of working dead-end jobs for corporate drone bosses. So when their friend Alex quits his job and his roommate Zen proposes a grand experiment, they rope in their geeky friend Otto and move in together to build a life of art and freedom and tea and scheming.
Of course, they still have to make rent, and the evil next door neighbor is hell-bent on getting them kicked out, and Summer may be just a little bit hopelessly in love with Alex.
But it should all work out. Right?
By turns silly and deep, daring and sweet, The Dream World Collective is a cozy romp for anyone who cares about creativity, community, and muffins.
Hubris Towers is a fresh comedy series released regularly in 45-55 page episodes. Visit byfaroe.com/hubris for more information and to sign up for updates on new releases and exclusive deals.
With his reputation staked on an impossible intercom repair and a frenetic training schedule devised specially by his conniving boss Mr. Schwartz, it's going to be all Jimmy can do to keep his head above water on his first day at Hubris Towers.
Add a growing list of errands, a band of Russians, a Frenchman, a duckling, and some very poor directions, and Jimmy will need every ounce of luck and ingenuity he can muster—and maybe a little help from his new friends—if he's going to have any chance of staying at Hubris Towers.
And then there’s the little matter of his hat...
This is the second installment of Hubris Towers, a fresh comedy series released regularly in 45-55 page episodes. Visit byfaroe.com/hubris for more information and to sign up for updates on new releases and exclusive deals.
It’s an exciting night at Hubris Towers: Jimmy’s got a hot date, the inspection is in full swing, and Gustav’s got a fire axe. Not all at once might have been a better idea, of course. The stakes have never been higher as Jimmy juggles romance and remote crisis control in the madcap finale of Hubris Towers Season 1.
This is the eighth installment in Hubris Towers, a comedy series for fans of P. G. Wodehouse and Fawlty Towers. If you’re new to the series, sign up at byfaroe.com/hubris to try the first two episodes on us.
Published in 1997, Neil Gaiman's darkly hypnotic first novel, Neverwhere, heralded the arrival of a major talent and became a touchstone of urban fantasy. Over the years, a number of versions were produced both in the U.S. and the U.K. Now Gaiman's preferred edition of his classic novel reconciles these works and reinstates a number of scenes cut from the original published books.
Neverwhere is the story of Richard Mayhew, a young London businessman with a good heart and an ordinary life, which is changed forever when he discovers a girl bleeding on the sidewalk. He stops to help her—an act of kindness that plunges him into a world he never dreamed existed.
Slipping through the cracks of reality, Richard lands in the Neverwhere—a London of shadows and darkness, monsters and saints, murderers and angels that exists entirely in a subterranean labyrinth. The Neverwhere is home to Door, the mysterious girl Richard helped in the London Above. Door, a noblewoman whose family has been murdered, is on a quest to find the agent that slaughtered her family and thwart the destruction of this underworld kingdom. If Richard is ever to return to his former life, he must join the journey to save Door's world—and find a way to survive.
A hallucinatory fantasia of mystery, mythology, and terror that "draws equally from George Lucas, Monty Python, Doctor Who, and John Milton" (USA Today), Neverwhere is an "Alice in Wonderland with a punk edge" (Poppy Z. Brite), "that is both the stuff of dreams and nightmares" (San Diego Union-Tribune).