Carpet Planet

Timothy Biltz 1576537522235


1960s & '70s,1980s & '90s

Timothy Biltz

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The meaning of male sexuality is grappled with by the protagonist when he is caught up in other people's striving for power and redemption. Julien Pilzner is hired as a carpet salesman, but not for the reason he suspects. Unbeknownst to himself, psychic ability gives him access to an amulet.



Short Summary

Julien Pilzner is a newly married and unemployed college graduate. He is brought in to work at a carpet store owned by a wealthy man who hopes to use Julien to recover a stolen amulet. Julien is unaware of his employer's alterior motive and of his own family's supernatural ability.



Based on a True Story


Plot - Premise

Internal Journey/Rebirth

Plot - Other Elements

Philosophical Questions,Coming of Age

Mature Audience Themes

Nudity, Language/Profanity

Main Character Details

Name: Julien Pilzner

Age: 23

Gender: Male

Role: Protagonist

Key Traits: Clumsy,Empathetic,Faithful,Educated,Insecure,Naive,Masculine

Additional Character Details

Name: Jim Black

Age: 55

Gender: Male

Role: Antagonist

Key Traits: Aggressive,Criminal,Greedy,Religious,Power Hungry,Secretive,Sophisticated

Additional Character Details

Name: Wilbur Green

Age: 70

Gender: Male

Role: mentor

Key Traits: Adventurous,Aggressive,Confident,Decisive,Gracious,Honorable,Masculine,Skillful,Secretive,Sophisticated,Strong Moral Code

Additional Character Details

Name: Jane Pilzner

Age: 23

Gender: Female

Role: logical

Key Traits: Aggressive,Charming,Empathetic,Flexible,Faithful,Educated,Sexy,Modest,Confident,Decisive

About The Author

A rural Kansan, Timothy Biltz grew up during the 1960's and 70's. Graduated college with a degree in philosophy and with a degree of humor which comes from the appraisal of life's joyful struggles.

Target Audiences

Age: 55+,35-54

Target Gender: Female Leaning,Male Leaning

Group Specific

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Publishing Details

Status: No

Hard Copy Available



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