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You have reached the party to whom you are speaking. Dwightland. A land where Dwightness abounds. I am Dwight Okita, an author & web designer based in Chicago.
So whether you are a book lover, fellow author, potential agent/publisher -- you've come to the right place. Or whether you are seeking a great new website or video trailer, or blog -- you've also come to the right place.
Dwightland is a place where books, movies, life, art, people and technology are properly worshipped.
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TESTIMONIALS on dwight's web design
"I was really impressed by the quick turnaround Dwight was able to provide for my actor website. Every detail fell neatly into place and matched up with the ideas I had in mind, and all his suggestions were extremely helpful. I wasn’t actually sure if it would be possible to get a site constructed that felt like “me,” but I think Dwight O did the trick."
"Dwight is lovely to work with. Since I live in Melbourne, Australia and he lives in Chicago – much of the web development was carried out via Skype. He had designed a wonderful site for my aunt Anne McGravie (they are both Chicago writers and friends), and that is how l learned of his creative services. As I am not the most tech-savvy, I especially appreciated how gracefully Dwight guided me through the process. Now that I have my own website, I wonder how I got along without one! He gets five stars from me."
"I needed a website quickly. I didn't have the skills to build one that would be as whimsical as my music is. I knew Dwight from his writing and always thought he was a very creative person. He started out sending me a clear proposal and estimate of how long the project would take. I felt very involved in the process. I would definitely recommend Dwight for anyone who needs help with their web design. He took a daunting task and made it fun."
C r e a t i v e P r o j e c t s
The Hope Store -- This is my second novel. I will be soon approaching publishers & filmmakers. I might use beta readers. See the NOVELS section for more. Will also start some novels as well.
The Prospect of My Arrival -- This is my debut novel which came out in October 2011 thru Createspace. It was a top finalist in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Contest. In 2012, the book earned over $1,000 in sales. My manager Nicholas Bogner is in conversation with a film producers to possibly work on developing PROSPECT as a movie.
book, published by Tia Chucha Press. The book is
filled with acclaimed poems that have been reprinted
in anthologies and textbooks, and studied in classrooms
around the country. "Notes for a Poem on Being Asian
American" was printed in the Norton Introduction to
Literature. CROSSING is available in paperback thru
Trippy, cool, offbeat fiction for the new millennium.
My second novel THE HOPE STORE made it to the Top 2,000 of 10,000 books in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Awards contest, but it did not advance further. I will consider publishers & filmmakers to approach. I'm currently working on the second edition of PROSPECT.
Some of the most exciting scientific discoveries are happening in neurology, the study of the brain. I find some inspiration for my novels in this field. Check out this amazing blog on the subject.