Tag: satire

The Pigeon Hole

The Pigeon Hole

| May 8, 2020

“All we need to do is get back to the Pigeon Hole. We’ll be safe there. Safe from society, safe from the law and safe from retribution.” The Pigeon Hole explores twenty-first century life, through the lens of the good, the bad and the ill-informed. When a curiously violent crime strikes the suburbs, society’s attentions […]

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The Source: Origins

The Source: Origins

| April 16, 2020

They used something greater, and they exclaimed, “Let us control the stars!” And they became so great that they created life itself. The Gods above have conferred upon the Dominion an extraordinary power: the Source. Yet only few are able to harness its energy. A society divided since the Dread Days clings to a relative […]

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VENT

VENT

| April 13, 2020

Controversial, groundbreaking, and highly acclaimed VENT is the first ever reader participation book. During the story about two totally diverse people accidentally meeting and subsequently forming a heartwarming relationship, the reader(in the print version) is asked to circle either YES or NO to questions that run the gauntlet from the pertinent, to the ridiculous, and […]

Blending In  A Tale of Homegrown Terrorism

Blending In A Tale of Homegrown Terrorism

| March 7, 2020

Terrorists as we know them are social misfits. Undisciplined. Extremists seeking martyrdom. But what if terrorists were well-trained, level-headed, and appeared innocuous? If they rejected martyrdom and valued escape to attack another day? Enter Stickman and Maple. Your next-door neighbors. Trained, disciplined and blending in. Homegrown and hell-bent on bringing down the government. Blending In […]

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Hexed in Texas

Hexed in Texas

| March 1, 2020

A Russian witch steps through her magic mirror. The heir of a voodoo queen makes more conventional travel plans. But why are they headed for Texas? Once upon a time (a year ago, if you’re a stickler for details), chaotic magic leaking from Alamo excavations triggered an improbable event, drawing the attention of two unlikely […]

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Not Your Mother’s Goose

Not Your Mother’s Goose

| October 23, 2019

Not Your Mother’s Goose proves that fairy tales and nursery rhymes aren’t just for kids anymore. Envision it as the Cliffs Notes of children’s stories — if Cliffs Notes was overtaken by Dave Barry or the folks at The Onion. Not Your Mother’s Goose is a series of totally irreverent, mega-sarcastic fairy tale recaps, along […]

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Trump Cop

Trump Cop

| October 17, 2019

Trump – Love Him or Hate Him? Fact or Pulp Fiction? In an alternate universe, Donald Trump travels through time righting wrongs and displaying acts of heroism, while wooing the ladies. In this lurid tale, Trump is a feared Dirty Harry-style Police Inspector and one of NYPD’s finest, who has a serial killer and kidnapper […]

King of the Vultures

King of the Vultures

| July 13, 2019

A young man from a small village in Cameroon takes America by storm. Winston Churchill Mbongo has spent years dreaming of playing basketball for Coach Tex Brawner and the Hickston College Vultures. When the opportunity finally arrives, he doesn’t disappoint. A player who stands 7’8″ and handles the ball like a point guard is, of […]

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Made in America: A Memoir of Complete and Utter Stupidity

Made in America: A Memoir of Complete and Utter Stupidity

| May 5, 2019

Made in America is the vivid, heartbreaking, and harrowing true story that explores the depths of what life is like when you are a stupid asshole. Buck Brennan always knew he was different. He spent his whole life living a lie, the same way gay kids do before they tell everyone that they are gay. […]

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