Publications

Publications Written by Paul DiSclafani

Burning Through the West Coast

6000 Miles, 576 Beers, 4 States, 3 Guys from the East Coast and a Bag of Weed.

Take a trip back in time (before political correctness ruined everything) with three guys from New York on a West Coast adventure in the summer of 1978.

Join author Paul (Disco) DiSclafani, his cousin Sal (The Catman) and their friend Bruce (Mr. B) as he transports you back to those carefree days in the late ‘70’s, recalling a zany but true trip as they burned their way through Southern California and Arizona.

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Publications Containing Stories by Paul DiSclafani

A Trip For The Books

Paul DiSclafani has two (2) Essays in this collection: “Vacationing With the Kids” and “Vacationing Without the Kids”.

JK Larkin and Red Penguin Books has compiled a collection of travel essays.

“Adventure with our writers on this edition of The Red Penguin Collection as we travel the globe on “A Trip For The Books”. In this anthology of travel-inspired works, you will quickly find yourself swept up by stories of great journeys, trials on the road, and destinations that made it all worthwhile. From Africa to Mexico, Disney World to the Australian Outback, our esteemed authors are prepared to share with you their most memorable tales. The spirit of adventure awaits!”

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It’s The End of the World As We Know It

Paul DiSclafani’s 2017 PCLI Award Winning essay, “I’m Not Prepared for the Apocalypse” is part of this collection.

JK Larking and Red Penguin Books has put together a collection of essays, short stories and poems about the End of the World.

“After sitting on the edge of our collective seat for the majority of this past year, perhaps the best way to unwind is through the subtle reminder that things on this Earth could always be worse. “It’s The End of the World As We Know It” is a collection of catastrophic stories, devastating dystopian societies, and tales of survival that is sure to settle even your greatest fears for the future. We may be living through trying times, but at least it’s not the end of the world…yet!”

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