Welcome to my “author homepage”! It focuses on the literary side of my work, but also offers direct free downloads of most of my music, recorded in the recent years (I’ll probably be adding more from my “back catalogue” over time). The download packages – available to all “new release mailing list” subscribers – contain tracks in 320kbps mp3 format as well as artwork for each of the albums. Under the “Novels & Soundtracks” tab you can see more details about my books as well as download the complete soundtracks for both of them (collections of Cynicism Management and Ray Kosmick tracks, featured in the novels). Enjoy!

Bori Praper is a Slovenian musician, writer and translator, living in Berlin. Currently he focuses predominantly on his slightly belated literary efforts (Bori published his first novel in English at the tender age of 36) as well as on Cynicism Management, his alternative rock band; Ray Kosmick, his psychedelic rock / indietronica / soundtracks alter ego; and a few shorter-term side projects. His debut novel Cynicism Management, a satire with elements of sci-fi/cyberpunk, was published in 2013 by a small U.K. e-book publisher. In 2015 Bori decided to hop on the indie author train, so he published the updated 2nd edition of Cynicism Management while preparing for the release of Pendulum Pet, his second novel.

Since 1998 Bori has written and recorded music for numerous projects, including 28 full‑length theatre performances (ranging from contemporary dance to traditional theatre), two seasons of a TV show screened on the Slovenian national television, several short films, documentaries, and other audiovisual works and public events. Some of his tracks have been licensed for live‑action features, shorts and documentaries, as well as for a number of computer games, videos, promotional and corporate films. His work in various capacities has been published on 40 digital releases, 16 audio CDs, and 2 video DVDs. Head to his main music production site for more information and complete discography (most of it streamable).

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