I'm David Olimpio. Notsolinear Productions, LLC is my digital publishing business.

I am a digital publisher, editor, and writer with a broad media production background. I'm very interested in the burgeoning world of blockchain, smart contracts, and web3. My current focus is in bringing these technologies to the world of literary publishing. To that end, I'm working on building a better online literary magazine. More on that below.

I have built many web sites, small and large. A few of my recent projects are listed below. I specialize in author web sites. I would love to help you with whatever it is you're working on. Email me if you'd like to chat.


I've been building web sites since 1999. Today, I specialize in building custom web sites in WordPress using the Divi Builder. Below are some samples of my recent work.


As an author who is also a web developer, I can bring a unique blend of tech and lit knowledge to your web site project. Ahead of her debut novel, I revamped Boo Trundle's web site to reflect the motif of her book.

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For 5 years, from 2016-2021, I was the Editor-in-Chief and Owner of Atticus Review literary magazine. During that time, I redesigned and managed all aspects of the website and business, including design and content management.

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Bridging the world of traditional online literary publications and NFTs using the Cardano blockchain. Cardano is a proof-of-stake network, as opposed to a proof-of-work network such as Bitcoin or Ethereum. Cardano was developed with security, sustainability, and minimal energy usage in mind. The Cardano Foundation is working toward becoming a carbon neutral blockchain with initiatives such as The Cardano Forest.

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For years, I've fused together my poetry and photography into photopoems. In 2017, I showcased some of this work in a solo gallery show at Gallery 103 in Maplewood, New Jersey. In 2022, I turned this exhibit into an NFT collection using the Cardano blockchain, a proof-of-stake blockchain network built with security, sustainability, and minimal energy usage in mind.

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All Photopoems