George Dalphin has written two novels, several screenplays of a variety of lengths, eight albums worth of songs and a handful of pieces of text of other formats.

Bob Wacszowski, Necromancer and Thirsty & Drowning, his two novels, are both available in paperback, while Bob is also available as an ebook.

Sings to Crows is a short story in the form of a future obituary of the next incarnation of the Dalai Lama.

Also, Prayerlicker is an art and poetry book of Headphoneboy songs compiled as poems.

George is presently writing future film projects and a sequel to Bob Wacszowski, Archlich.


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Bob Wacszowski, Necromancer is the harrowing and hilarious tale of a regular guy who stumbles across an ancient tome of Atlantean necromancy and decides to make full use of his new powers for good, despite the world's increasingly negative reaction to his expanding army of skeletal minions.

On his way home from being broken up with by his girlfriend Anna for the nth time, mild-mannered, unemployed janitor Bob Wacszowski stumbles into an undeground chamber where he finds a huge, leathery codex of ancient death magic. After he and his best friend Tony use it to animate and command a graveyard full of skeletons, Bob becomes determined to use the magic to make a living for himself, while also proving to Anna that he can be a force for good in the world. Unfortunately, Bob lives in the heartland of America, and despite his assurances of goodwill he finds much difficulty convincing his countrymen that he is not the Antichrist and that it is not the End Times.

Bob Wacszowski, Necromancer tackles a range of topics from contemporary American politics and culture to religion and metaphysics, all with a modern comedic voice.

It is currently available to purchase in PAPERBACK and EBOOK formats by clicking the buttons to the left.


Download a PDF preview of the first several chapters of the book

REVIEWS for Bob Wacszowski

Tessa Dick, author/widow of Philip K. Dick - “… it reminds me of Douglas Adams’ The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. … The story will take you far into the depths of your own mind and then back again to the everyday world which we call reality.”

Chris Busby, editor The Bollard - “His energy is impressive … a writer worth reading well into the future.”

Bonnie Lamer, author/reviewer - “Bob Wacszowski, Necromancer is a fun read … a well thought out novel with parts that made me laugh out loud.”


a book trailer for Bob Wacszowski, Necromancer directed and shot by the author



Thirsty & Drowning

In George Dalphin's first novel Jonathon Esmereldero, 40-year-old ex-punk family man fresh from a failed suicide, and his middle daughter Marie, 16-year-old, precocious and wanderlustful, both become dissatisfied with their place in status-quo society and flee their family life, undergoing synchronous odysseys of nearly magical-realist fabulousness and misery.

Thirsty & Drowning was written in 2004, and is available for purchase at LULU.COM


Sings to Crows

Sings to Crows is a short story by George Dalphin in the form of a future obituary of Sings to Crows, 15th Dalai Lama, fifty-seventh President of the United States and seventh Consul of the Free Noosphere.

Sings to Crows can be read in its entirety here.

at the same time, George has in the works a handful of other novels, including
Bob Wacszowski, Archlich; The Histories: the Complete First Season
; and Zooville.

by George Dalphin


with Joe Foster


with Julie Dalphin and Robin-Long Jordan

Headphoneboy lyrics